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Table 2 Group comparisons on eating disorder quality of life scale

From: Preliminary examination of a mentor-based program for eating disorders

Quality of life subscales Mentors Matched mentees Unmatched mentees t p
Cognitive 11.21 (4.28) 7.09 (2.72) 6.45 (3.52) 1.06 .29
Education/vocational 11.42 (4.36) 6.60 (3.38) 5.22 (3.33) 2.12 .04
Family & close relations 12.36 (4.27) 9.26 (3.43) 7.41 (4.11) 2.54 .01
Relationship with others 10.36 (4.05) 7.05 (3.06) 5.86 (3.48) 1.89 .06
Future outlook 12.00 (4.39) 9.43 (3.61) 7.20 (4.36) 2.89 .01
Appearance 10.73 (4.38) 6.31 (3.04) 5.39 (3.35) 1.49 .14
Psychological 10.42 (3.87) 7.38 (2.75) 5.76 (3.50) 2.69 .01
Emotional 9.91 (4.10) 6.52 (2.87) 5.27 (3.33) 2.09 .04
Values & beliefs 10.49 (4.06) 6.64 (2.86) 5.06 (3.18) 2.69 .01
Leisure 11.36 (4.13) 8.62 (3.16) 7.59 (4.15) 1.46 .15
Physical 10.12 (3.79) 7.02 (2.87) 5.69 (3.32) 2.21 .03
Eating 25.52 (10.42) 15.29 (6.51) 13.20 (7.68) 1.52 .13
Total score 145.91 (53.54) 97.24 (34.92) 79.78 (43.05) 2.32 .02
  1. Note: Group comparisons are only between matched and unmatched mentees. Information in the mentor, matched, and unmatched mentee columns is reported in Means (Standard Deviations). N = 107, and df =105 for all comparisons.