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Table 2 Results of the ANOVA of the dependent variables “emotion intensity” and “confidence rating” in stimuli with neutral/emotion and anger/happiness blends

From: A negative bias in decoding positive social cues characterizes emotion processing in patients with symptom-remitted Borderline Personality Disorder

 Emotion IntensityConfidence
Fpηp2Fpηp2
Anger/Happiness blends
 Groupa<.1.975<.0011.9.168.020
 Ratinga2.5.120.0258.5.005.081
 Group x ratinga2.0.163.020.4.516.004
 Blendb1.3.280.0139.2<.001.088
 Group x blendb1.0.361.010.3.712.003
 Rating x blendb619.3< .001.86619.6<.001.169
 Group x rating x blendb5.3.008.052.1.863.001
Neutral/Emotion blends
 Groupa0.7.417.0072.9.090.030
 Ratinga6.2.014.06163.4<.001.398
 Group x ratinga0.4.510.0051.4.235.015
 Blenda17.3<.001.1536.2.015.061
 Group x blenda0.4.554.0040.4.534.004
 Intensitya36.0<.001.27318.1<.001.159
 Group x intensitya< 0.1.930<.001< 0.1.839<.001
 Rating x blenda1709<.001.947119.8<.001.555
 Group x rating x blenda3.7.058.0370.8.387.008
 Rating x intensity9.0.003.0861.2.273.012
 Group x rating x intensitya2.5.120.025< 0.1.870<.001
 Blend x intensitya< 0.1.908<.00110.8.001.101
 Group x blend x intensitya0.6.424.0070.1.747.001
 Rating x blend x intensitya208.1<.001.6841.7.202.017
 Group x rating x blend x intensitya0.7.418.0070.6.434.006
  1. a: df1 = 1, df2 = 96; b: Unadjusted degrees of freedom: df1 = 2, df2 = 192; p-value adjusted according to the correction of Greenhouse & Geisser