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Created: May 18, 2007
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vulnerability report
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The histogram of vulnerability scores is skewed to the right.

The boxplots show that vulnerability scores tend to be higher for the 
DEATH group and lowest for the NONE group.  The DIVORCE group scores 
are closer to the NONE group than the DEATH group.

I can't say if the loss of the parent is the cause of increased 
vulnerability because this is an observational study.

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