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Table 3 Group Contrast on Health Related Quality of Life (HRQoL); Sidak corrected contrasts from one way analysis of variance

From: Health related quality of life and psychopathological distress in risk taking and self-harming adolescents with full-syndrome, subthreshold and without borderline personality disorder: rethinking the clinical cut-off?

Domain of HRQoL no BPD vs. subthreshold BPD no BPD vs. full-syndrome BPD subthreshold BPD vs. full-syndrome BPD
  MD ES p MD ES p MD ES p
Physical-Wellbeing −4.69 .49 .005 −7.49 .85 < .0001 −2.79 .31 .114
Psychological Well-Being −8.39 .75 < .0001 −9.24 .92 < .0001 −0.84 .10 .914
Moods and Emotions −9.52 .83 <.0001 −11.32 1.06 < .0001 −1.80 .21 .545
Self-Perception −5.77 .48 .004 −10.21 .92 < .0001 −4.45 .44 .019
Autonomy −2.83 .26 .212 −5.53 .57 .001 −2.70 .30 .180
Parent Relations and Home Life −5.21 .49 .009 −7.70 .74 .000 −2.49 .23 .310
Social Support and Peers −6.88 .56 .001 −3.91 .34 .097 2.97 -.25 .250
School Environment −3.62 .35 .078 −6.56 .66 < .0001 −2.94 .32 .143
Social Acceptance (Bullying) −4.39 .37 .082 −5.69 .46 .009 −1.29 .10 .855
Financial Resources −1.77 .16 .729 −4.28 .37 .056 −2.50 .21 .371
  1. MD, mean difference; ES: Effect Size Cohen's d; p: p-values referring to significant group differences from planned contrasts; for clarity: scores refer to t-values, lower scores reflecting lower HRQoL in the index group compared against the respective reference group