Table 6
Mean positive and negative coping scores by selected characteristics, Canadian Armed Forces Regular Force members, 2013


Table 6
Mean positive and negative coping scores by selected characteristics, Canadian Armed Forces Regular Force members, 2013
Table summary
This table displays the results of Mean positive and negative coping scores by selected characteristics. The information is grouped by Selected characteristics (appearing as row headers), Positive coping, Negative coping, Mean and 95% confidence interval (appearing as column headers).
Selected characteristics Positive coping Negative coping
Mean 95% confidence interval Mean 95% confidence interval
from to from to
Total 18.49 18.43 18.55 15.81 15.72 15.89
Sex
MenTable 6 Note  18.33 18.27 18.40 15.63 15.54 15.72
Women 19.41Note *** 19.26 19.57 16.90Note *** 16.67 17.12
Age
Younger than 25 yearsTable 6 Note  18.44 18.27 18.62 15.73 15.48 15.98
25 to 34 years 18.43 18.33 18.53 15.93 15.78 16.08
35 to 44 years 18.48 18.36 18.59 15.96 15.80 16.11
45 years or older 18.62 18.50 18.74 15.44 15.28 15.60
Rank
Junior NCMTable 6 Note  18.25 18.16 18.34 16.06 15.93 16.19
Senior NCM 18.45Note ** 18.35 18.55 15.63Note *** 15.49 15.78
Officer 19.14Note *** 19.04 19.23 15.34Note *** 15.20 15.48
Element
ArmyTable 6 Note  18.36 18.28 18.44 15.82 15.69 15.94
Navy 18.56Note * 18.41 18.70 16.02 15.83 16.22
Air Force 18.66Note *** 18.55 18.77 15.67 15.52 15.82
Afghanistan deployment
NoTable 6 Note  18.61 18.53 18.70 15.87 15.75 15.99
Yes 18.33Note *** 18.25 18.41 15.73 15.62 15.85
Mental health training
NoTable 6 Note  18.39 18.27 18.50 15.82 15.66 15.98
Yes 18.55Note * 18.48 18.62 15.77 15.67 15.88
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