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Table 2 Differences in CB-PTSD, traumatic acute stress response to childbirth, and dissociation by sexual assault status controlling for background factors

From: Association of sexual assault history with traumatic childbirth and subsequent PTSD

Variable Source SS df MS F p
Childbirth-related PTSD (CB-PTSD) Corrected model 27,271.83 5 5454.37 18.67 .000
  Intercept 14,640.56 1 14,640.56 18.67 .000
  Age .309 1 .31 .001 .487
  Income 3102.45 1 3102.45 10.62 .000
  Education 709.55 1 709.55 2.43 .060
  Prior PTSD 7020.78 1 7020.78 24.04 .000
  Sexual assault 4025.13 1 4025.13 13.78 .000
  Error 197,739.42 677 292.08   
Acute stress in birth Corrected model 3548.39 5 709.68 4.93 .000
  Intercept 5563.32 1 5563.32 38.62 .000
  Age 82.30 1 82.30 .571 .225
  Income 34.99 1 34.99 .243 .311
  Education 2.29 1 2.29 .016 .450
  Prior PTSD 1733.26 1 1733.26 12.03 .001
  Sexual assault 550.70 1 550.70 3.82 .026
  Error 97,557.15 677 144.10   
Dissociation in birth Corrected model 2749.34 5 549.87 6.22 .000
  Intercept 3748.84 1 3748.84 42.40 .000
  Age 94.09 1 94.09 1.06 .152
  Income 45.45 1 45.45 .514 .237
  Education 137.76 1 137.76 1.56 .106
  prior PTSD 791.83 1 791.83 8.96 .002
  Sexual assault 418.89 1 418.89 4.74 .015
  Error 59,852.86 677 88.41   
  1. SS sum of squares, MS means. One-tailed p values