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Table 2 Descriptive information and association test results of missing values

From: Characteristics of adolescent boys who have displayed harmful sexual behaviour (HSB) against children of younger or equal age

Variable Missing values in HSB-C Missing values in HSB-P Total number missing values Test statistic and P values before Holm correction P values after Holm correction
Social functioning 3 6 9 χ(1)2 = 2.12, p = .145N p = 1.00
Other criminal/ norm breaking behavior 3 5 8 χ(1)2 = 1.22, p = .270N p = 1.00
Self-esteem 5 8 13 χ(1)2 = 1.20, p = .156N p = 1.00
Emotional loneliness 5 9 14 χ(1)2 = 2.96, p = .086N p = .684
Own trauma 6 5 11 χ(1)2 = 0.01, p = .940N p = 1.00
Age own trauma 7 6 13 χ(1)2 = 1.13, p = .287N p = 1.00
Cognitive abilities 7 7 14 χ(1)2 = 0.23, p = .630N p = 1.00
Location HSB 0 1 1 df = 3, p = 0.4F p = .100
Caregiver qualities 0 4 4 χ(1)2 = 5.30, p = .021N p = .213
Repeated HSB 0 4 4 χ(1)2 = 5.30, p = .021N p = .213
  1. Only variables with missing values are shown in the table, all other variables did not contain missing values. Two tests are performed: N − 1 Chi-Square test, and Fisher’s exact test, denoted by N and F respectively. Note that all p values became > .213 after adjustment by using holm correction