Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Subclinical Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms: Relationships with Blood Pressure, Hostility, and Sleep

Table 1

Descriptive statistics for the total sample and for men and women separately.

MinimumMaximumMeanStd. deviation
StatisticStatisticStatisticStatisticSEStatistic

Total sample
Age89185221.40.4544.285
Sleep quality911144.82.2832.702
DBP9153.784.067.564.60045.7272
SBP9186.3141.7113.6891.297112.3738
PTSD symptoms9296128.321.09810.535
Hostility8943719.24.7757.307

Men
Age42183321.69.4903.174
Sleep quality421144.86.4522.927
DBP4257.084.067.876.91885.9544
SBP4299.3141.7121.0901.44489.3636
PTSD symptoms41176129.561.87612.011
Hostility4163721.511.1707.490

Women
Age47185221.15.7445.099
Sleep quality491144.80.3612.525
DBP4953.780.367.296.79625.5731
SBP4986.3139.3107.3451.585511.0983
PTSD symptoms4995827.491.3329.325
Hostility4843517.29.9566.620

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