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Table 3 Meta regression of logit event rates for ED remission on change in psychopathology

From: Effects of cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic-interpersonal treatments for eating disorders: a meta-analytic inquiry into the role of patient characteristics and change in eating disorder-specific and general psychopathology in remission

  General change ED specific change
    95% CI     95% CI   
  k B Lower Upper R2 p k B Lower Upper R2 p
CBT 31 −.03 −.870 .812 .00 .946 36 .42 −.073 .844 .04 .054
 AN 4 −.54 −2.678 1.605 .00 .623 7 1.36 −.093 2.814 .37 .067
 BN 9 .97 −.074 2.015 .46 .069 8 .40 −.444 1.252 .00 .350
 BED 8 .03 −1.141 1.192 .00 .965 9 .11 −.527 .750 .00 .733
 Mixed 10 .73 −.624 2.082 .13 .291 12 .41 −.053 .863 .13 .083
  1. Note. k = number of samples; B = unstandardized regression coefficients; R2 = variance explained; p = significance level; AN Anorexia nervosa, BN Bulimia nervosa, BED Binge eating disorder, Mixed Samples consisting of more than one ED diagnose, CBT Cognitive behavior therapy