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Published online Feb 3, 2012. doi: 10.1186/1471-2288-12-10
Table 3
Frequency distribution of the theoretical patterns of crisis-repair episodes
Patterns

1a2b3 (3a, 3b)c4 (4a, 4b)dcomplexe
Subsample with 29-35 therapy sessions (n = 10)
Total CREs12217 (4, 13)3 (1, 2)1
%34.35.748.6 (11.4, 37.1)8.6 (2.9, 5.7)2.9
Courses with at least one CRE628 (2, 6)3 (1, 2)1

Single case with 200 therapy sessions (n = 1)
Total CREs16013 (4, 9)3 (0, 3)2
%47.1038.2 (11.8, 26.5)8.8 (0, 8.8)5.9
CRE = Crisis-repair episode; % = Percentage among all CREs.
aPattern 1 = jump in - jump out; bPattern 2 = jump in - slide out; cPattern 3 = slide in - jump out; (3a) = slide in without a jump (gradual downward trend only); (3b) = slide in including a jump; dPattern 4 = slide in - slide out; (4a) = slide in without a jump (gradual downward trend only); (4b) = slide in including a jump; eComplex pattern = Two or more ruptures are intermitted through a change of direction.
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