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Table 1 Mean scores for positive and negative affect, depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorder psychopathology, stage of change, TPB, TSRQ, SRL for the baseline sample (N = 57)

From: Are recovery stories helpful for women with eating disorders? A pilot study and commentary on future research

Variable Mean SD Range
Positive affect (PANAS) 22.5 6.7 11–40
Negative affect (PANAS) 26.0 9.78 12–48
Depression (DASS) 18.32 6.04 7–28
Anxiety (DASS) 15.44 5.01 7–26
Stress (DASS) 19.04 4.57 9–28
ED psychopathology EDE-Q 4.17 1.23 .82–6
Stage of change (ANSOC-Q) 2.64 .77 1.25–4.35
Intention (TPB) 60.64 18.1 12.5–98.25
Attitude (TPB) 70.3 15.7 31–98.86
Subjective Norm (TPB) 56.3 27.0 0–88.33
PBC (TPB) 42.05 16.67 4.36–70.91
Autonomous motivation (TSRQ) 4.75 1.42 1.67–7
Controlled motivation (TSRQ) 4.51 1.39 1.67–6.83
Amotivation (TSRQ) 2.78 1.09 1–5.67
Self-reported motivation 5.7 2.19 1.17–9.67
  1. Note: PANAS higher scores indicate higher levels of positive and negative affect, range 10–50, positive affect M = 29.7, SD = 7.9, negative affect M = 14.8, SD = 5.4; DASS higher scores indicate more distress, range for each subscale = 0–21; EDE-Q higher scores indicate higher levels of eating disorder psychopathology, range = 1–6; ANSOC-Q higher scores indicate higher levels of motivation, range = 1–5; TPB range for each composite = 1–100, higher scores indicate more positive intentions/beliefs and greater perceptions of normative pressure and control; TSRQ range for each subscale = 1–7, higher scores indicate higher levels of motivation type; self-reported motivation range = 1–10, higher scores indicate higher levels of motivation