TABLE 3

Improvements From Baseline to Follow-up on the Global Executive Composite (GEC) in the CAPS Versus IRC Treatments in the Entire Sample Older Teens (9th–12th Grade) and Younger Teens (6th–8th Grade)

CAPS (n = 57)IRC (n = 62a)F (df)Pb
Mean (SD)Mean (SD)
Baseline6 MonthChangeBaseline6 MonthChange
Entire Samplea58.53 (10.11)57.00 (11.40)−1.53 (8.75)61.56 (10.74)60.16 (12.16)−1.40 (7.43)0.17 (118)0.68
Older Teensa60.15 (10.51)55.37 (11.44)−4.78 (6.66)61.54 (10.98)60.69 (10.94)−0.86 (5.98)6.74 (61)0.01
Younger Teens57.07 (9.69)58.47 (11.37)1.40 (9.46)61.59 (10.63)59.48 (13.77)−2.11 (9.06)1.27 (56)0.27
  • CAPS = Counselor Assisted Problem Solving, IRC = Internet Resource Comparison

  • a The total study participants for IRC was 63; however, one participant did not completed the Behavioral Rating Inventory (BRIEF)-Behavioral Regulation Index (BRI) Inhibit subscale, so the GEC could not calculated for this participant and they were excluded from this analysis.

  • b P values apply to differences between CAPS and IRC groups as measured by general linear models after controlling for baseline scores.