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Table 3 The association between SMS Mood score and SMFQ, YSR/AD and YSR/WD

From: Serial measurement of mood via text messaging in young people

 Model 1: dependent variable SMFQModel 2: dependent variable YSR/ADModel 3: dependent variable YSR/WD
β95% CIpβ95% CIpβ95% CIp
Whole sample− 0.35− 0.63 to − 0.080.01− 0.71− 1.71 to.290.17− 1.21− 2.13 to − 0.290.01
Females− 1.17− 1.56 to − 0.77< 0.001− 2.28− 3.51 to − 1.04< 0.001− 1.63− 2.73 to − 0.520.004
Males− 0.35− 0.59 to − 0.120.003− 0.72− 1.70 to 0.260.15− 1.21− 2.13 to − 0.290.01
  1. Parameter estimates are standardised beta coefficients, with 95% confidence intervals. Each model had SMS Mood score as a covariate, adjusted for gender and time. For the whole sample only, the model also included an interaction term (gender × SMS Mood score)
  2. SMS Mood short messaging service mood measure, SMFQ Short Moods and Feelings Questionnaire, YSR/AD youth self report anxious depressed scale, YSR/WD youth self report withdrawn depressed scale