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Table 2 Means (standard deviations) for treatment outcomes divided by time and group

From: Promising effects of treatment with flotation-REST (restricted environmental stimulation technique) as an intervention for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD): a randomized controlled pilot trial

  Treatment group (n = 24) Control group (n = 22)
Measure Baseline Mid After Baseline Mid After
MADRS-S 24.04 (7.46) 13.38 (5.80) 10.25 (7.56) 20.77 (7.46) 21.09 (6.67) 19.09 (7.98)
PSWQ 61.88 (11.21) 56.21 (13.93) 52.67 (12.25) 57.95 (10.29) 56.91 (10.54) 54.68 (11.47)
GAD-Q-IV 10.01 (2.20) 7.75 (3.88) 7.07 (3.02) 9.92 (2.24) 9.07 (2.88) 9.22 (3.38)
PSQI 10.58 (3.92) 6.88 (4.05) 5.71 (3.32) 9.73 (3.49) 9.18 (3.78) 8.68 (4.08)
DERS 99.67 (20.18) 85.63 (22.55) 83.04 (22.86) 97.64 (20.33) 98.86 (21.88) 97.64 (21.43)
MAAS 2.98 (0.65) 3.37 (0.79) 3.64 (1.06) 3.64 (1.06) 3.45 (0.72) 3.35 (0.81)
EDN 31.59 (15.43) 45.48 (15.43) 44.05 (16.25)    
  1. Note. PSWQ Penn State Worry Questionnaire, GAD-Q-IV Dimensional scoring from the Generalized Anxiety Disorder Questionnaire, MADRS-S Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale, PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, DERS Dysfunctional Emotional Regulation Scale – Total mean score, MAAS Mindful Attention and Awareness Scale, EDN = Experienced deviation from normal state scale; Baseline = Before treatment; Mid = 4 weeks in treatment; After = Post-treatment