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Table 4 Effect of hemispheric emotional valence on ratings of suicidaility.

From: Determination of hemispheric emotional valence in individual subjects: A new approach with research and therapeutic implications

Effect of including direction of hemispheric emotional valence as an independent variable when assessing the effects of abuse and gender on ratings of suicidaility.
ANOVA with main effects and interactions of abuse history and gender
Tests of Between-Subjects Effects
Dependent Variable: ASIQ_T
Source Type III Sum Sq df Mean Square F Signif. Partial h2
Corrected Model 181.167 3 60.389 1.307 0.311 0.219
GROUP 173.361 1 173.36 3.752 0.073 0.211
GENDER 2.25 1 2.25 0.049 0.829 0.003
GROUP * GENDER 4.694 1 4.694 0.102 0.755 0.007
Error 646.833 14 46.202    
Total 39470 18     
Corrected Total 828 17     
R Squared = .219 (Adjusted R Squared = .051)
ANOVA with main effects and interactions of abuse history, gender and direction of HEV
Tests of Between-Subjects Effects
Dependent Variable: ASIQ_T
Source Type III Sum Sq df Mean Square F Signif. Partial h2
Corrected Model 708.7 7 101.24 8.486 0.002 0.856
GROUP 396.463 1 396.46 33.23 < .001 0.769
GENDER 17.473 1 17.473 1.465 0.254 0.128
DIR_HEV 70.644 1 70.644 5.922 0.035 0.372
GROUP * GENDER 25.796 1 25.796 2.162 0.172 0.178
GROUP *DIR_HEV 56.341 1 56.341 4.723 0.055 0.321
GENDER*DIR_HEV 133.432 1 133.43 11.18 0.007 0.528
GROUP*GENDER*DIR_HEV 257.473 1 257.47 21.58 0.001 0.683
Error 119.3 10 11.93    
Total 39470 18     
Corrected Total 828 17     
R Squared = .856 (Adjusted R Squared = .755)