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Sample Characteristics by Anxiety Comorbidity Group
↵* Significant P value.
↵a Externalizing disorder defined as meeting criteria for oppositional defiant disorder or conduct disorder on the ADIS-C.
↵b Mood disorder defined as meeting criteria for major depressive disorder or dysthymia on the ADIS-C.
↵c Parents reported whether their child had been previously diagnosed with ASD by a health professional.
↵d Measured by parent report when determining eligibility for the study.
Means and SDs for Child and Parent Outcomes by Anxiety Comorbidity Group
↵a Lower scores indicate poorer functioning.
↵b Higher scores indicate poorer functioning.
Unadjusted and Adjusteda Standardizedb Mean Differences (SMDs) for Children With Anxiety Comorbidities Compared With Those Without Comorbid Anxiety
↵a Adjusted for child age and gender, ADHD medication, ADHD symptom severity, comorbidities (mood, externalizing, ASD), parent age, parent education, SEIFA.
↵b Outcomes standardized to have a mean of 0 and an SD of 1,
↵c Negative values indicate poorer functioning.
↵d Positive values indicate poorer functioning.
Adjusteda Standardizedb Mean Differences (SMDs) for Children by Anxiety Comorbidity Group and ADHD Presentationc
↵b Outcomes standardized to have a mean of 0 and a SD of 1.
↵c Children with ADHD hyperactive/impulsive type not examined due to small sample size (n = 20).
↵d Negative values indicate poorer functioning.
↵e Positive values indicate poorer functioning.
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