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Quantitative dataset on safety-seeking behaviours in older crime victims: data from the Person-Reported Safety-Seeking Behavior Measure (PRSBM)

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posted on 2024-02-26, 13:13 authored by Jessica SatchellJessica Satchell

Quantitative dataset for the study: Safety-Seeking Behaviors and Psychological Distress in Older Victims of Community-Crime: A Cross-Sectional Study Using a Novel Person-Reported Measure


This dataset is for the quantitative component of the Person-Reported Safety-Seeking Behaviour Measure (PRSBM). Older victims of community crime were asked whether they engaged in six types of behaviours since the crime: (checking, reassurance-seeking, rumination, avoidance, rituals, hypervigilance). If so, they were asked to describe what their behaviour was, rate how frequently they engaged in the behaviour, and how much of change it was since the crime.

The data on behaviour frequency and change are reported in this dataset, along with the data used to adjust for gender, age and crime type.

The qualitative data on self-described behaviours on the PRSBM is available in the corresponding qualitative dataset.

Funding

This study was for a PhD, but was embedded within the VIP Trial. The VIP Trial is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR): Public Health Research (grant number 13/164/32). The funders had no input into study design, collection, analysis, interpretation of data, writing of the report or the decision to submit the paper for publication.

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