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Table 3 Comparison of participants with and without disturbed eating behavior (below/above the DEPS-R cut-off of ≥20), depression (below/above the HAD depression cut-off score ≥ 11), and anxiety (below/above the HAD anxiety cut-off score ≥ 11)

From: Prevalence of disturbed eating behavior and associated symptoms of anxiety and depression among adult males and females with type 1 diabetes

  DEB - DEB + Sig. level ES Depr - Depr + Sig. level ES Anx - Anx + Sig. level ES No pos screens 2 pos screens Sig.level ES No pos screens 3 pos screens Sig. level ES
HbA1c (%) 7.7 (.9) 8.0 (.9) ns 7.7 (.9) 8.0 (.8) ns 7.7 (.9) 7.8 (.8) ns 7.7 (.9) 7.9 (.8) ns 7.7 (.9) 7.9 (.8) ns
BMI 25.5 (3.7) 27.7 (4.9) .01 0.5 25.8 (3.8) 29.2 (7.1) ns 25.9 (3.8) 26.6 (5.4) ns 25.5 (3.5) 26.9 (5.6) ns 25.5 (3.5) 29.1 (6.5) ns
T1D duration 28.4 (14.8) 24.0 (12.7) .05 −0.3 27.2 (14.6) 27.5 (12.6) ns 27.8 (14.8) 24.8 (13.1) ns 28.3 (15.2) 31.5 (13.5) ns 28.3 (15.2) 21.3 (11.0) ns
Age (years) 44.1 (15.3) 35.4 (12.4) .001 −0.6 42.3 (15.4) 39.9 (11.3) ns 43.1 (15.5) 38.3 (13.1) .05 .3 43.9 (15.9) 43.0 (14.6) ns 43.9 (15.9) 31.9 (10.8) .01 .9
  1. Data are mean (SD), significance level (p < .001, .01, and .05) and effect size (ES) estimation (Cohen’s d)