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Table 3 Association of anxiety severity (BAI score) and cognitive function test scores, also adjusting for depression

From: Anxiety severity and cognitive function in primary care patients with anxiety disorder: a cross-sectional study

Cognitive function test scores B r Equation R2 P value
WAIS-IV tests      
  Block design −0.036 0.467 F(3,168) = 7.761 0.190 0.050
  Digit span total −0.040 0.331 F(6,177) = 3.623 0.109 0.018
   Digit span forward −0.038 0.277 F(6,167) = 2.316 0.077 0.076
   Digit span backward −0.045 0.299 F(6,167) = 2.736 0.089 0.008
   Digit span sequencing −0.030 0.280 F(6,167) = 2.363 0.078 0.091
  Matrix reasoning −0.032 0.373 F(6,164) = 4.426 0.139 0.063
D-KEFS design fluency      
  Total correct designs −0.019 0.322 F(6,175) = 3.367 0.103 0.261
   Correct designs condition 1 −0.014 0.330 F(6,175) = 3.555 0.109 0.413
   Correct designs condition 2 −0.028 0.305 F(6,175) = 2.988 0.093 0.090
   Correct designs condition 3 −0.011 0.258 F(6,175) = 2.076 0.066 0.499
  Total attempted designs −0.020 0.334 F(6,175) = 3.653 0.111 0.337
  1. Comorbid major depression, education, smoking, age and gender as covariates
  2. Statistically significant results (p > 0.05) indicated in bold
  3. BAI Beck Anxiety Inventory, D-KEFS Delis–Kaplan Executive Function System, WAIS Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale