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Table 4 Patterns of cannabis use in past year by conformity to masculine norms by lower and higher CLVSa scale score groups

From: Patterns and correlates of cannabis use by cumulative lifetime violence severity as target and/or perpetrator in a community sample of eastern Canadian men

 Lower CLVS (n = 294)
Patterns of Cannabis Use
Higher CLVS (n = 295)
Patterns of Cannabis Use
Never (61.9%, n = 182)bSometimes (26.2%, n = 77)bDaily (11.9%, n = 35) bANOVANever (44.7%, n = 132) bSometimes (25.1%, n = 74) bDaily (30.2%, n = 89) bANOVA
CMNIc Power over Women Subscale: μ ± S.D.0.70 ± 0.52c0.52 ± 0.41c0.69 ± 0.46F (2, 291) = 3.86, p = .022, η2 = .026    
CMNIc Playboy Subscale: μ ± S.D.    1.08 ± 0.69d1.44 ± 0.68d1.26 ± 0.67F (2, 292) = 6.69, p = .001, η2 = .044
CMNIc Self-reliance Subscale: μ ± S.D.    1.40 ± 0.69d e1.72 ± 0.69d1.61 ± 0.52eF (2, 292) = 7.28, p = .001, η2 = .048
CMNIb Heterosexual Self-presentation Subscale: μ ± S.D.    1.24 ± 0.66d0.95 ± 0.66d e1.33 ± 0.77eF (2, 292) = 6.61, p = .002, η2 = .043
  1. a Cumulative Lifetime Violence Severity
  2. b Unless otherwise specified
  3. c Conformity to Masculine Norms Inventory
  4. d e Indicates significant differences between group mean scores using Games-Howell Post Hoc Tests