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Variable Label: Situation in which attack occurred


PD8

Attacks of this sort can occur in three different situations. The first are when the attacks occur unexpectedly 'out of the blue'. The second are when a person has an unreasonably strong fear. For example, some people have a terrible fear of bugs or of heights or of being in a crowd. The third are when a person is in real danger, like a car accident or a bank robbery.

Which of these three describes your attack - did it occur unexpectedly 'out of the blue', in a situation that you strongly fear, or in a situation of real danger?

IF R THOUGHT THERE WAS REAL DANGER EVEN THOUGH IT TURNED OUT NOT TO BE DANGEROUS, CODE 'REAL DANGER'.

1 OUT OF THE BLUE

2 STRONG FEAR

3 REAL DANGER

ValueLabelFrequencyValid
Percent
Total
Percent
1OUT OF THE BLUE37654.65%01.88%
2STRONG FEAR11917.30%00.59%
3REAL DANGER19328.05%00.96%
-9REFUSED1-00.00%
-8DONT KNOW14-00.07%
.Missing19310-96.49%

Disclaimer: Frequencies displayed above are not weighted.

  • Missing Data Codes: -9 (Refused), -8 (Don't know), . (Missing)
  • Total Cases: 20013

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