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Table 4 ANOVA of participants with single (n = 25) and recurrent depressive episodes (n = 87)

From: Does stigmatization moderate the association between intention and implementation of learned prevention-strategies at work after a depressive episode? – a cross-sectional pilot study

Dependent variable Scale M (SD) F df p η2
Single episode > 1 episode
RQ1: Intention 1–7 6.07 (0.90) 5.72 (1.39) 1.74 1 .19 .016
RQ2: Implementation 1–7 5.79 (1.17) 5.08 (1.28) 3.78 1 .06 .033
RQ3a: anticipated stigmatization 1–5 1.94 (0.87) 2.78 (1.09) 10.07 1 .002 .085
RQ3b: experienced stigmatization 1–5 1.34 (0.86) 1.97 (1.06) 4.58 1 .035 .040
  1. Controlled for time since back and depressiveness; M mean, SD standard deviation, F F-value, df degrees of freedom, p p-value (significance), η2 explained variance, RQ research question. Significant results in bold