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Incorrect Formatting of Tables 1 and 3 in: Elevated Inflammation Levels in Depressed Adults With a History of Childhood Maltreatment

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2008;65(6):725. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.65.6.725.
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Incorrect Formatting of Tables 1 and 3. In the article titled “Elevated Inflammation Levels in Depressed Adults With a History of Childhood Maltreatment,” by Danese et al, published in the April issue of the Archives (2008;65[4]:409-416) Tables 1 and 3 were formatted incorrectly. Table 1, on page 413, should have read as follows:

Table 1.

Descriptive Statistics and Association Analysis for Inflammation Markers and Potential Intervening Variables Stratified by the 4 Study Groups

VariableNo. (%) of IndividualsDifferences Between the 4 GroupsControl Group(n=673)Depressed-Only Group(n=109)Maltreated-Only Group(n=56)Depressed and Maltreated Group(n=27)Inflammation MarkersC-reactive protein >3 mg/L120 (17.9)27 (25.0)17 (30.4)10 (37)χ2=12.05,P=.007Differences between study groups and control groupa. . .χ2=3.05,P=.08χ2=5.23,P=.02χ2=6.26,P=.01. . .Inflammation factor, mean (SE)−0.06 (0.04)0.07 (0.10)0.25 (0.15)0.48 (0.24)F=4.17,P=.006Differences between study groups and control group. . .F=1.51,P=.22F=5.33,P=.02F=7.90,P=.005. . .Potential Intervening VariablesDepression recurrence, No. of episodes 0454 (67.5)038 (67.9)0χ2=259.22,P<.001 1146 (21.7)48 (44.0)9 (16.1)7 (25.9) ≥273 (10.9)61 (56.0)9 (16.1)20 (74.1)Differences between study groups and control group. . .χ2=203.84,P<.001χ2=2.02,P=.36χ2=96.54,P<.001. . .SES in childhood Low112 (16.7)27 (24.8)22 (40.0)9 (33.3)χ2=24.91,P <.001 Medium449 (67.1)61 (56.0)25 (45.5)15 (55.6) High108 (16.2)21 (19.3)8 (14.6)3 (11.1)Differences between study groups and control group. . .χ2=5.71,P=.06χ2=18.58,P<.001χ2=5.04,P=.08. . .SES in adulthood Low187 (27.8)45 (41.7)24 (42.9)10 (37.0)χ2=20.20,P=.003 Medium234 (34.8)37 (34.3)14 (25.0)13 (48.2) High252 (37.4)26 (24.1)18 (32.1)4 (14.8)Differences between study groups and control group. . .χ2=10.72,P=.005χ2=5.90,P=.05χ2=5.74,P=.06. . .Cardiovascular risk cluster111 (16.5)18 (16.5)10 (17.9)5 (18.5)χ2=0.14,P=.99Differences between study groups and control group. . .χ2=0.00,P=.99χ2=0.07,P=.80χ2=0.08,P=.78. . .Smoking, cigarettes per day 0410 (60.9)62 (57.4)21 (37.5)9 (33.3)χ2=39.84,P<.001 ≤10118 (17.5)22 (20.4)12 (21.4)3 (11.1) 11-20117 (17.4)21 (19.4)16 (28.6)9 (33.3) >2028 (4.2)3 (2.8)7 (12.5)6 (22.2)Differences between study groups and control group. . .χ2=1.28,P=.73χ2=16.27,P=.001χ2=25.02,P<.001. . .Other VariablesMale sex377 (56.0)43 (39.5)25 (44.6)12 (44.4)χ2=12.84,P=.005Differences between study groups and control group. . .χ2=10.36,P=.001χ2=2.70,P=.10χ2=1.41,P=.24. . .Medication use218 (32.7)25 (23.2)11 (20.4)5 (18.5)χ2=8.71,P=.03Differences between study groups and control group. . .χ2=3.93,P=.05χ2=3.49,P=.06χ2=2.39,P=.12. . .

 Abbreviations: SES, socioeconomic status; ellipses, not applicable.

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