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Table 4 Group Contrast on Psychopathological Distress; 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?

Dimension of Psychopathological Distress 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
Somatization 0.45 -.55 .003 0.57 -.69 .000 0.12 -.15 .669
Obsessive-Compulsive 0.55 -.68 < .0001 0.73 -.94 < .0001 0.18 -.23 .313
Interpersonal Sensitivity 0.74 -.83 < .0001 1.02 −1.11 < .0001 0.27 -.32 .103
Depression 0.77 -.81 < .0001 0.98 −1.12 < .0001 0.22 -.26 .248
Anxiety 0.50 -.57 .002 0.73 -.84 < .0001 0.24 -.27 .179
Hostility 0.60 -.71 < .0001 0.92 −1.03 < .0001 0.32 -.35 .040
Phobic Anxiety 0.38 -.44 .027 0.60 -.66 < .0001 0.21 -.23 .282
Paranoid Ideation 0.68 -.81 < .0001 0.84 -.92 < .0001 0.16 -.18 .534
Psychoticism 0.54 -.69 < .0001 0.77 -.96 < .0001 0.23 -.28 .149
Global Severity Index 0.58 -.81 < .0001 0.79 −1.13 < .0001 0.21 -.32 .107
  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 scale scores that range from 0 (minimum) to 4 (maximum), greater scores reflecting greater psychopathological distress in the index group compared against the respective reference group