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Table 2 Comparing SRPS scores from cognitive interviews with scores from the 12-month AYAZAZI questionnaire

From: “I feel like it is asking if he is a stalker … but I also feel like it is asking if he cares”: exploring young South African women and men’s perceptions of the Sexual Relationship Power Scale

Young women Cognitive Interview Participant (n = 21) All AYAZAZI young women with 12-month SRPS scores (n = 163) P-value
SRPS mean score, SD, 95%CI 3.03 (0.55): 2.78–3.28 2.77 (0.24): 2.74–2.81 0.04
Young men Cognitive Interview Participant (n = 17) All AYAZAZI young men with 12-month SRPS scores (n = 73)  
SRPS mean score, SD, 95%CI 2.62 (0.37): 2.43–2.81 2.80 (0.33): 2.72–2.88 0.08
Young women Cognitive Interview Participant (n = 21) All Cognitive Interview young women with 12-month SRPS scores (n = 18)  
SRPS mean score, SD, 95%CI 3.03 (0.55): 2.78–3.28 2.71 (0.22): 2.60–2.81 0.02
Young men Cognitive Interview Participant (n = 17) All Cognitive Interview young men with 12-month SRPS scores (n = 7)  
SRPS mean score, SD, 95%CI 2.62 (0.37): 2.43–2.81 2.92 (0.31): 2.64–3.21 0.06
  1. Cognitive Interviews took place from October 2019 to March 2021 and 12-month survey took place from October 2015–March 2017
  2. N = 38; CI Confidence Interval, SD Standard Deviation, SRPS Sexual Relationship Power Scale Scores
  3. p-value calculated using two-sample t test with unequal variances to account for differences in sample sizes between the groups