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Table 2 Longitudinal analysis of the HONOSCA total score with demographic and clinical factors as covariates, with Pseudo-R 2 (total variability explained)

From: Predictors of rate of change for children and youth with emotional disorders: a naturalistic observational study

  Fixed effects Pseudo-R 2
Variable Intercept Time (month) Predictor Time X predictor
Predictor variable
 No predictor 13.50 (.58)*** −.52 (.06)*** .18
 Gender 13.43 (.71)*** −.58 (.08)*** 0.22 (1.24) 0.16 (.13) .19
 Age 13.35* (.58)*** −.52 (.06)*** 0.27 (.20) −.01 (.02) .19
 CGAS (baseline) 16.26 (4.90)** −1.46 (.72)* −0.05 (.07) .01 (.01) .15
 Depression vs anxiety 12.24 (.83)*** −.40 (.08)*** 2.63 (1.29)* −.29 (.13)* .20
 Depression vs mixed 14.12 (1.15)*** −.57 (.14)*** 0.74 (1.48) −.12 (.20) .26
 Anxiety vs mixed 14.16 (1.29)*** −.57 (.13)*** −1.92 (1.55) .17 (.15) .15
 Comorbidity 12.48 (.81)*** −.56 (.09)*** 1.88 (1.05) .08 (.11) .25
SDQ scores at baseline
 Prosocial scale (mother-report) 16.90 (2.44)*** −.39 (.30) −.54 (.30) −.01 (.04) .19
 Peerproblems (mother-report) 10.68 (.87)*** −.47 (.10)*** .71 (.26)** .00003 (.03) .24
  1. * p < .05, ** p < .01, *** p < .001 table parameters in Table 2 through 9 are explained in Additional file 1