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Table 3 Between-group comparisons

From: Williams syndrome: on the role of intellectual abilities in anxiety

Variables Anxiety (N = 15) No anxiety (N = 9) t(22) Bayes factors
M (SD) Range M (SD) Range t/Z BF01 BF10
Agea 27.6 (14.1) 9–53 32.2 (12.5) 16–49 0.83 2.04 0.49
CGI-S anxietya 4.07 (1.03) 3–6 1.67 (0.5) 1–2 − 6.52*** < 0.001 > 500
FSIQa 53.73 (7.66) 40–72 62.22 (11.50) 45–79 2.18* 0.27 3.68
Verbal IQa 60.93 (8.22) 45–71 72.56 (14.26) 56–97 2.55** 0.35 6.50
Non-verbal IQa 57.27 (7.32) 50–76 64.00 (9.0) 50–74 2.00* 0.15 2.87
WMa 64.73 (7.60) 51–79 67.56 (10.86) 53–82 0.75 1.46 0.68
FTF EFa 0.89 (0.34) 0.44–1.64 0.88 (0.51) 0.08–1.72 − 0.09 2.47 0.40
FTF Memorya 0.78 (0.31) 0.36–1.27 0.64 (0.37) 0–1.09 − 1.04 1.10 0.91
FTF Learningb 1.38 (0.38) 0.70–1.85 1.30 (0.61) 0.48–2.00 − 0.30 1.62 0.69
CCPT CRb 87.69 (11.70) 57–99 93.88 (3.94) 86–98 − 1.02 1.49 0.58
CCPT CEa 62.60 (18.38) 44–93 64.33 (16.37) 49–86 0.23 3.03 0.33
CCPT Variabilitya 178.70 (94.72) 48–385 112.12 (84.50) 40–304 − 1.67 0.56 1.77
  1. BF01 = Bayes Factor for the null hypothesis, BF10 = Bayes Factor for the alternative hypothesis, CGI-S = Clinical Global Impression Scale—Severity, FSIQ = Full scale IQ, WM = Working Memory, FTF = Five to
  2. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001
  3. aStudents t test was used, bMann–Whitney U test was used