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Table 5 This table shows summaries for five regression models each using one of the administered psychological tests as it dependent variable. Emphasis is on the effects of adding D_AEP and all its interactions to regression models after first using only gender, group and their interactions. For most dependent variables, adding D_AEP and its interactions improved the R2 values as demonstrated by the significance of the F changes in the table under Model 2.

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

Dependent Variable Model Summary Model 1 Gender, Group, interactions Model 2 Adding D_AEP and Interactions
ASIQ_T R2 0.051 0.755
  F 1.310 11.060
  df 3,14 4,10
  Sig. F Change   0.001
SCL_OVR R2 0.534 0.720
  F 9.180 6.020
  df 3,24 4,20
  Sig. F Change   0.002
HAM_D R2 0.622 0.762
  F 13.165 2.940
  df 3,24 4,20
  Sig. F Change   0.046, ns
DES R2 0.220 0.634
  F 2.263 5.647
  df 3,24 4,20
  Sig. F Change   0.003
MISS R2 0.194 0.534
  F 1.930 3.640
  df 3,24 4,20
  Sig. F Change   0.022, ns
  1. ASIQ_T = Adult suicidal ideation questionnaire, T-score
  2. SCL_OVR = Symptoms check list for overall scale
  3. HAM_D = Hamilton score for depression
  4. DES = Dissociative experiences scale.
  5. MISS = The civilian version of the Mississippi PTSD Scale
  6. ns = not significant at the 0.01 level.