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Table 1 Participant demographic and symptom characteristics

From: Worry is associated with robust reductions in heart rate variability: a transdiagnostic study of anxiety psychopathology

  Clinical (n = 25) Control (n = 58) p-values
Age in yearsa 19.71 (2.8) 19.56 (2.62) .83
N of females (%) 76 58.6 .13
AUDIT 6.44 (5.87) 7.84 (5.92) .32
Systolic BPb 119.32 (14.53) 122.19 (13.42) .4
Diastolic BPb 79.76 (13.15) 75.81 (11.18) .2
BMIb 21.31 (2.97) 23.01 (4.16) .04
Symptom Measures    
 PSWQc 60.5 (11.77) 42 (11.85) <.001
 DASS Dd 20.5 (12.75) 6.93 (8.41) <.001
 DASS Ad 18.67 (10.74) 4.93 (6.23) <.001
 DASS Sd 24.67 (10) 10.62 (8.16) <.001
 STAI Se 47.12 (11.37) 32.96 (7.74) <.001
  1. Note: Means and standard deviations (in parentheses) are presented for continuous data; AUDIT Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test, BMI Body mass index, PSQW Penn State Worry Questionnaire, DASS D Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (short-form) depression subscale, DASS21-A Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (short-form) anxiety subscale, DASS A Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale (short-form) stress subscale, STAI S State-Trait Anxiety Inventory – State scale. aClinical n = 24, Control n = 55; bClinical n = 25, Control n = 57; cClinical n = 24, Control n = 57; dClinical n = 24, Control n = 58; eClinical n = 25, Control n = 55