Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics of participants within the two treatment groups
NET (n=11) WL (n=11) Analysis
N N X2 p
Gender: 0.00 0.99
Male 3 2
Female 8 9
Marital status: 0.00 0.99
Married 10 9
Divorced or widowed 1 2
Education: 1.01 0.59
Primary or below 8 9
Junior middle school 2 2
High School 1 0
Income: 4.00 0.14
No fixed income 9 9
Below £100 2 0
£100-£300 0 2
Injured in the earthquake: 0.79 0.66
Yes 5 3
No 6 8
House damage 1.07 0.59
Totally damaged 7 8
Partically damaged 3 3
Slightly damaged 1 0
Number of traumatic events experienced 0.44 0.80
No 5 5
2 or 3 times 4 5
Over 3 times 2 1
Type of traumatic events
Difficult life condition 9 10
Accidental injure 4 2
Family number’s disease or loss 2 2
Age M(SD) M(SD) t p
56.64(12.22) 54.82(11.59) 0.36 0.730

Zang et al.

Zang et al. BMC Psychiatry 2013 13:41   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-13-41

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