Table 1

Portrayals of persons with different psychiatric disorders according to their role in the aggressive behavior mentioned in the article, N (%)

Disorder mentioned

F0

N = 16

F1 N = 86

F2 N = 48

F3 N = 69

F4 N = 24

F50 N = 32

Other PD N = 30

NRSPD N = 127

Total N = 375


Perpetrator

3 (18.8)

14 (16.3)

24 (50.0)

10

(14.5)

0

(0)

0

(0)

6

(20.0)

33 (26.0)

84

(22.4)

Victim

2 (12.5)

2

(2.3)

3

(6.3)

4

(5.8)

2

(8.3)

2

(6.3)

2

(6.7)

6

(4.7)

19

(5.1)

Both

3 (18.8)

5

(5.8)

6

(12.5)

3

(4.4)

0

(0)

0

(0)

2

(6.7)

3

(2.4)

14

(3.7)

No aggressive behavior

8 (50.0)

65 (75.6)

15 (31.3)

52 (75.4)

22 (91.7)

30 (93.8)

20 (66.7)

85 (66.9)

258

(68.8)


Monte Carlo test, p < .0001

F0 stands for organic disorders, F1 stands for substance abuse disorders, F2 stands for psychotic disorders, F3 stands for affective disorders, F4 stands for neurotic disorders, F50 stands for eating disorders, "Other PD" stands for personality disorders, including antisocial personality disorder; child and adolescent disorders, including conduct disorder; mental retardation and sexual disorders; and NRSPD stands for Not related to any specific psychiatric disorders

Nawka et al. BMC Psychiatry 2012 12:19   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-19

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