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Survey questions for the differential-diagnosis (question 7) and estimated-probability (question 8) frameworks.
Pediatricians' responses to the question of how high (suspected) child abuse would have to rank before it was felt that there was reasonable suspicion (differential diagnosis).
Pediatricians' responses to the question of how likely (suspected) child abuse would have to be before it was felt that there was reasonable suspicion (estimated probability).
Comparison of pediatricians' paired responses for the differential-diagnosis and estimated-probability questions.
Participant Demographic Characteristics
Association Between Respondent Characteristics and Responses to Differential-Diagnosis and Estimated-Probability Frameworks for Gauging Reasonable Suspicion
↵* Because these mean DDS scores denote rank, a higher number connotes a lower threshold.
↵† Mean scores are in terms of rank for the DDS and likelihood for the EPS.
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