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Table 2 Intercepts and slopes of models 3 estimated with the MLMs using time in therapy and therapy response (response vs non-response) to predict change in emotions and acceptance over time (fixed effects (standard error); scale: 0–100)a,b

From: Trauma-related emotions and radical acceptance in dialectical behavior therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder after childhood sexual abuse

  Estimated intercept (SE) Coefficient
Treatment phase (SE)
Coefficient
Response (SE)
Guilt 79.90 (8.71) −35.41 (4.03) −11.05 (10.10)
Shame 80.85 (9.98) −27.28 (9.10) −1.34 (10.39)
Distress 75.20 (5.81) −16.31 (3.83) −12.91 (6.64)
Fear 69.92 (7.31) −16.51 (4.55) −18.85 (8.19)a
Anger 55.79 (9.90) −9.40 (5.67) −19.77 (11.59)
Sadness 55.64 (8.68) −6.20 (6.97) −1.01 (10.57)
Disgust 81.44 (7.73) −16.45 (5.95) −5.50 (9.15)
Acceptance 20.41 (8.91) 22.51 (5.66) 7.42 (10.02)
  1. Note
  2. aThe estimated coefficient for CAPS as a continuous predictor for fear (best fitting modell according to AICc) was −16.54
  3. bTime in therapy was coded as “0” (week 2–4 = start) or “1” (final 2 weeks = end treatment). The response was coded as “0” (CAPS change under 30) or response (CAPS change at least 30)