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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data in three subject groups

From: The improvement in neurocognitive functioning in anorexia nervosa adolescents throughout the integrative model of psychotherapy including cognitive remediation therapy

Variable AN 1 (n = 47) AN 2 (n = 47) HC (n = 50)
Age 16.46 (1.21) 16.46(1.21) 16.62(1.07)
Age of illness onset 13.99(1.64) 13.99(1.64)
Height (cm) 165.66(6.70) 165.66(6.70) 166.60(5.32)
Weight (kg) 40.99(5.09) ### *** 47.26(4.82) ### 62.41(6.00)
BMI percentile 2.38 (5.45) 11.31(11.02) 67.34(15.82)
BMI 14.84(1.61) ### *** 17.07(1.09) ### 22.55(1.67)
Years of Education 10.53(1.18) 10.53(1.18) 10.62(1.07)
BDI 23.34(7.32) ### *** 9.62(8.99) 10.00(1.06)
EAT-26 32.42(17.73)### *** 17.49(17.48)### 8.80(6.10)
Y-BOCS Obsessivethoughts 9.49(4.93) ### *** 4.96 (4.42) ### 4.28(3.86)
Y-BOCS Compulsive Behaviours 7.42 (5.16) ### *** 3.87(3.79) ### 3.10(3.26)
  1. BMI Body Mass Index, EAT-26 Eating Attitude Test-26, BDI Beck Depression Inventory, Y-BOCS Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale
  2. AN1 Patients with anorexia nervosa before therapy, AN2 Patients with anorexia nervosa after therapy, HC Healthy controls
  3. Mean and standard deviation presented
  4. *p ≤ 05 versus AN2, **p ≤ 0.01 versus AN2, ***p ≤ 0.001 versus AN2, # p ≤ 0.05 versus HC, ## p ≤ 0,01 versus HC, ### p ≤ 0.001 versus HC