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Table 5 Patterns of cannabis use in past year by health indicators for total sample (N = 589)

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

 Patterns of Cannabis Use (N = 589)Test Statistic
Never (53.3%, n = 314) aSometimes (once or twice, monthly or weekly) (25.6%, n = 151) aDaily or Almost Daily (21%, n = 124) a
Chronic Pain Disability: n (%)(n = 313)   
 -Low (CPG 0, 1, 2)272 (86.9)129 (85.4)88 (71.0)χ2 (2) = 16.85, p = .000, V = .169
 -High (CPG 3, 4)41 (13.1)22 (14.6)36 (29.0)d
CESD-R Depression Indicator: n (%)
 -Yes (>  15)75 (23.9) d62 (41.1)73 (58.9) dχ2 (2) = 50.01, p = .000, V = .291
 -No (<  16)239 (76.1)d89 (58.9)51 (41.1) d
PCL-C PTSD Indicator: n (%)(n = 313)   
 -Yes (≥ 35)69 (22.0) d59 (39.1)70 (56.5) dχ2 (2) = 49.73, p = .000, V = .291
 -No (<  35)244 (78.0) d92 (60.9)54 (43.5) d
GAD-7 ≥ 10 Moderate to Severe Anxiety Indicator: n (%)(n = 313)   
 -Yes (≥10)38 (12.1) d37 (24.5)40 (32.3) dχ2 (2) = 26.01, p = .000, V = .210
 -No (< 10)275 (87.9)114 (75.5)84 (67.7)
Number of Chronic Health Problems Diagnosed by Health Care Provider ever: μ ± S.D.1.86 ± 2.11b1.84 ± 1.85c2.88 ± 2.40b cF (2, 279.23) = 9.55, p = .000, η2 = .038
  1. a Unless otherwise specified
  2. b c Indicates significant differences between group mean scores using Games-Howell Post Hoc Tests
  3. d Standardized Residual > ± 1.96