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Table 2 Means (and standard deviations) on body mass index (BMI), self-harm (DSHI-9r), body esteem-appearance (BEAA), and SDQ measures of psychological difficulties, hyperactivity/ inattention, emotional symptoms, peer problems, and conduct problems for the clusters at T1, and comparison by one-way ANOVA

From: Disordered eating in a Swedish community sample of adolescent girls: subgroups, stability, and associations with body esteem, deliberate self-harm and other difficulties

Cluster BMI DSHI-9r BEAA Total Difficulties Hyperactivity/inattention Emotional symptoms Peer problems Conduct problems
No eating problems 18.60a (2.32) 1.78a (5.55) 30.52a (5.89) 8.27a (4.24) 3.09a (2.02) 2.55a (1.97) 1.40a (1.44) 1.26a (1.29)
Social eating problems 19.76a,b (2.55) 4.46a,b (8.87) 28.03a,b (5.80) 11.49b (4.91) 4.43b,c (1.88) 3.65a,b (1.95) 1.69a,b,c (1.58) 1.57a (1.14)
Fear of not being able to stop eating 20.38b (2.85) 4.29a,b (5.93) 25.81b (6.56) 11.34b (4.61) 4.05a,b,c (2.10) 3.45a (2.06) 1.98a,b,c (1.40) 1.86a,b (1.24)
Weight concerns 20.63b (3.09) 3.16a,b (6.34) 24.80b,c (6.42) 10.51a,b (4.24) 3.96a,b (2.16) 3.29a (1.96) 1.46a,b (1.37) 1.95a,b (1.47)
Multiple eating problems without purging 20.82b (2.58) 6.69b (12.47) 20.13d (5.20) 14.70c (4.76) 5.23c (2.13) 4.73b,c (2.38) 2.27b,c (1.31) 2.47b (1.31)
Multiple eating problems including purging 20.24b (2.52) 11.73c (12.45) 21.88d,c (7.70) 14.79c (5.59) 4.47b,c (2.12) 5.21c (2.42) 2.53c (1.86) 2.59b (1.60)
  1. Means with different superscripts differ significantly, according to post-hoc tests by Tukey HSD