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Table 2b Numbers and percentages of children with elevated scores on the PSC and CBCL Total Problems, Internalising and Externalising scales, and of children currently under treatment for psychosocial problems, for all children and by gender.

From: Use of the Pediatric Symptom Checklist for the detection of psychosocial problems in preventive child healthcare

Scale Total (n = 674) Boys (n = 327) Girls (n = 347)
PSCa 30 (4.5%) 18 (5.5%) 12 (3.5%)
PSC adjustedb 86 (12.8%) 53 (16.2%) 33 (9.5%)
CBCL    
   Totalc 60 (8.9%) 32 (9.8%) 28 (8.1%)
   Internalisingd 82 (12.2%) 40 (12.2%) 42 (12.1%)
   Externalisinge 52 (7.7%) 28 (8.9%) 23 (6.6%)
Currently under treatment for psychosocial problem 53 (7.9%) 34 (10.4%) 19 (5.5%)
  1. a 28 and over for boys and girls (i.e. original US cut-off)
  2. b 22 and over for boys and girls (i.e. adjusted Dutch cut-off)
  3. c 38 and over for boys and girls
  4. d 13 and over for boys, and 16 and over for girls
  5. e 14 and over for boys, and 13 and over for girls
  6. All cut-offs refer to the age groups studied.