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Table 3 Association between the worsening of anxiety, depressive symptoms, avoidance behavior and COVID-19 related OCD symptoms, and symptom severity during COVID-19 crisis

From: The immediate effect of COVID-19 pandemic on children and adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder

  CG data
Mean (95% CI)
p SG data
Mean (95% CI)
p
Univariate Regression Analyses
 Anxiety No N = 44: −0.20 (−0.98–0.58) p = 0.0001* No N = 17: 0.53 (−1.68–2.73) p = 0.010*
Yes N = 21: 2.90 (1.63–4.18)   Yes N = 20: 3.90 [(.38–5.42)
 Depressive symptoms No N = 43: 0 (− 0.90–0.90) p = 0.0021* No N = 21: 1.14 (0.33–2.61) p = 0.037*
Yes N = 22: 2.36 (1.21–3.52)   Yes N = 16: 3.94 (1.48–6.39)
 Avoidance Behavior No N = 53: 0.42 (−0.44–1.27) p = 0.03* NA  
Yes N = 12: 2.5 (1.27–3.73)    
 COVID 19 symptoms No N = 55: 0.22 (−0.52–0.96) p = 0.0001* NA  
Yes N = 10: 4 (2.24–5.75)    
Multivariate Regression Analyses
 Anxiety 2.46 (0.96–3.95) p = 0.002* 3.57 (3.27–3.87) p < 0.001*
 Depressive symptoms 1.61 (0.21–3.01) p = 0.025* 3.41 (3.11–3.70) p = 0.862
 Avoidance behavior 0.73 (−1.02–2.49) p = 0.41 NA  
  1. *p < 0.05 (significant association)