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Vulnerability following Loss Study
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In this study, 381 students were asked to rate their perceived 
vulnerability.  Students were also categorized according to the type 
of parental loss they may have experienced (death, divorce, none).

The distribution of vulnerability scores is skewed toward high 
values, with a mean vulnerability score of 19.2 and a standard 
deviation of 6.4.  About half of the students had vulnerability 
scores of 18 or less, with the middle half of vulnerability scores 
ranging from 15 to 24.  The vulnerability scores ranged from 6 to 42.

When considering the distribution of vulnerability by loss group, the 
group who have no parental loss tend to have lower median 
vulnerability scores, and there is less variability among the scores 
in this group.  The group who have lost a parent through divorce has 
a slightly higher vulnerability score than the no loss group, with 
slightly more variability.  The group losing a parent through death 
has a higher median vulnerability score, with much more variability.

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