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Table 4 Multiple regression with obsessive-compulsive symptoms (T3) as outcome and belief domain-changes (∆T1-T2) as predictors

From: Change in obsessive beliefs as predictor and mediator of symptom change during treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder – a process-outcome study

 R F p B SE B β t p
Step 1 .27 26.03 < .001      
   Y-BOCS T1     0.66 0.13 .52 5.10 < .001
Step 2 .01 0.71 .40      
   Y-BOCS T1     0.63 0.13 .50 4.77 < .001
   BDI-II T1     0.06 0.08 .09 0.85 .40
Step 3 .08 2.68 .05      
   Y-BOCS T1     0.60 0.13 .48 4.46 < .001
   BDI-II T1     0.08 0.08 .11 1.03 .31
   OBQ-RES ∆T1-T2     0.34 0.68 .06 0.50 .62
   OBQ-PER ∆T1-T2     -1.18 0.86 -.17 -1.37 .18
   OBQ-IMP ∆T1-T2     -1.16 0.67 -.20 -1.74 .09
  1. Note. N = 71. Obsessive-compulsive and depressive symptoms (T1) were entered as covariates. T1 = intake, T2 = after six weeks of treatment, T3 = discharge. Y-BOCS = Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale. OBQ = Obsessive Beliefs Questionnaire. RES = responsibility and threat estimation. PER = perfectionism and intolerance for uncertainty. IMP = importance and control of thoughts (metacognitions). BDI-II = Beck Depression Inventory-II