In the Letter to the Editor “In the Wake of National Trauma: Psychological Reactions Following the Charlie Hebdo Terror Attack,” by Menachem Ben-Ezra et al. (doi: 10.1176/appi.ajp.2015.15020239), originally published in the August 2015 issue of the Journal, the percentage of elevated posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms compared with historical norms in France should have been reported as “11.9% compared with 4.9%” instead of “7.6% compared with 4.9%.” In addition, incorrect values were reported in Table 1. The corrected table appears below.
|Elevated Psychological Distressa||Endorsed PTSD Symptomsb|
|Variables||Mean||SD||N||%||Odds Ratio||95% CI||Odds Ratio||95% CI|
|Shift in political viewd||754||38.0||2.27***||1.60–3.21||2.43***||1.81–3.71|
|Sense of safetye||1,024||51.7||0.37***||0.25–0.54||0.33***||0.24–0.45|
Two-Step Logistic Regression Analysis of Psychological Reactions Associated With Psychological Distress and PTSD Symptoms Following the Charlie Hebdo Shooting in Paris (N=1,982)