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USCOTS Vulnerability Example
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The histogram shows a positively skewed set of vulnerability scores.  
Most students had scores in the 15 to 20 range, while a handful had 
much larger scores.  

The boxplots show little impact on vulnerability between students 
with no parental loss and those who lost contact through divorce 
(medians are similar, etc), while those who had a parent pass away 
were more vulnerable, with respect to self-rating, than their counter 
parts.  

Since the two groups are very similar, this creates more observations 
within the lower score ranges, while the one group with larger scores 
results in the skewness.  

Again, loss through death increases the vulnerability score of 
students, in general, more so than loss through divorce.

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