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Table 2 Conditional probability of experiencing elder abuse by type in childhood and partner relationships

From: The revictimization of older Mexican women: understanding the accumulation of multiple victimizations throughout a lifetime

   Child Abuse
Psychological Physical Sexual Psychological/physical Psychological/sexual Physical/sexual Psychological/Physical/sexual No abuse
Intimate partner violence Psychological 0.24 (0.23–0.26) 0.16 (0.15–0.18) 0.37 (0.34–0.39) 0.20 (0.18–0.22) d 0.30 (0.28–0.32) 0.38 (0.35–0.40) 0.14 (0.12–0.15)
Economic 0.15 (0.14–0.17) 0.14 (0.13–0.16) 0.25 (0.23–0.27) 0.30 (0.28–0.32) c 0.43 (0.41–0.45) 0.50 (0.48–0.52) 0.14 (0.12–0.15)
Physical 0.18 (0.16–0.20) 0.11 (0.10–0.13) 0.43 (0.41–0.45) 0.26 (0.24–0.28) a 0.20 (0.18–0.22) 0.27 (0.25–0.29) 0.11 (0.10–0.13)
Sexual d 0.11 (0.10–0.13) a 0.50 (0.48–0.52) c c 0.50 (0.48–0.52) 0.23 (0.21–0.25)
Psychological/economic 0.38 (0.35–0.40) 0.19 (0.18–0.21) 0.45 (0.43–0.48) 0.30 (0.28–0.32) 0.60 (0.58–0.62) 0.38 (0.35–0.40) 0.43 (0.41–0.46) 0.23 (0.21–0.25)
Psychological/physical 0.19 (0.17–0.21) 0.18 (0.17–0.20) 0.32 (0.30–0.35) 0.28 (0.26–0.30) 0.67 (0.64–0.69) 0.37 (0.35–0.39) 0.42 (0.39–0.44) 0.17 (0.15–0.19)
Psychological/sexual 0.50 (0.48–0.52) 0.24 (0.22–0.26) 0.40 (0.38–0.42) 0.54 (0.52–0.56) a 0.20 (0.18–0.22) 0.29 (0.26–0.31) 0.32 (0.30–0.34)
Economic/physical 0.33 (0.31–0.35) 0.29 (0.26–0.31) a 0.23 (0.21–0.25) c c 0.50 (0.48–0.52) 0.16 (0.14–0.17)
Economic/sexual b d d 0.50 (0.48–0.52) c c c 0.17 (0.15–0.18)
Physical/sexual c 0.20 (0.18–0.22) d c c d c 0.33 (0.31–0.36)
Psychological/economic/physical 0.60 (0.58–0.62) 0.24 (0.22–0.26) 0.40 (0.38–0.43) 0.41 (0.39–0.43) 0.60 (0.58–0.62) 0.35 (0.33–0.37) 0.45 (0.42–0.47) 0.24 (0.22–0.26)
Psychological/economic/sexual 0.38 (0.35–0.40) 0.38 (0.35–0.40) 0.36 (0.34–0.39) 0.53 (0.51–0.56) b 0.14 (0.13–0.16) 0.33 (0.31–0.35) 0.21 (0.19–0.23)
Psychological/physical/sexual 0.67 (0.64–0.69) 0.41 (0.39–0.44) 0.27 (0.25–0.29) 0.40 (0.38–0.43) d 0.50 (0.48–0.52) 0.46 (0.44–0.49) 0.29 (0.27–0.31)
Economic/physical/sexual c d c d c c c d
Psychological/economic/physical/sexual 0.58 (0.55–0.60) 0.33 (0.3–0.35) 0.28 (0.26–0.3) 0.46 (0.43–0.48) 0.38 (0.36–0.41) 0.40 (0.38–0.42) 0.57 (0.55–0.59) 0.28 (0.26–0.30)
No violence 0.15 (0.13–0.16) 0.12 (0.10–0.13) 0.20 (0.18–0.22) 0.20 (0.18–0.22) 0.50 (0.48–0.52) 0.27 (0.25–0.29) 0.39 (0.37–0.41) 0.08 (0.07–0.10)
  1. Ten thousand simulations of 1842 samples were performed for each of the probabilities obtained by the Bayesian analysis. Two-tailed 95% credibility interval with Monte Carlo simulation generated random variables with uniform distribution similar to the results observed by Bayesian analysis
  2. The figures were truncated to two digits
  3. aSingle event with a probability of violence of 1: CA, by an IPV and in EA (imprecise probability of EA given the number of reported cases; not necessarily 1)
  4. bNon-single event with a probability of violence of 1: CA, by an IPV and in old age (high probability of EA, but given the number of cases reported, the probability is not necessarily equal to 1)
  5. cNo occurred CA, IPV or EA; probability of violence 0 (imprecise probability of EA given the absence of reported cases; the probability is not necessarily equal to 0)
  6. dNo occurred EA, but CA and IPV did (low probability of EA, but given the number of cases reported, the probability is not necessarily equal to 0)