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Table 7 Mean RTs in milliseconds and standard deviations of the dot-probe task (N = 58)

From: Attentional avoidance in peer victimized individuals with and without psychiatric disorders

  Psychiatric patients Healthy controls
High peer victimization (n = 20) Low peer victimization (n = 9) High peer victimization (n = 7) Low peer victimization (n = 22)
Negative-neutral pairs
 Negative location, M (SD) 1036.03 (141.69) 941.75 (121.70) 868.32 (55.38) 863.45 (60.34)
 Neutral location, M (SD) 1027.34 (134.29) 963.08 (120.66) 856.66 (51.52) 865.62 (61.39)
Positive-neutral pairs
 Positive location, M (SD) 1027.89 (133.89) 948.96 (116.65) 866.30 (65.14) 866.82 (66.10)
Neutral location, M (SD) 1027.97 (128.97) 960.30 (113.08) 856.69 (54.38) 862.42 (59.93)
Neutral-neutral pairs
 Neutral location, M (SD) 1031.93 (134.69) 954.19 (117.58) 864.21 (51.79) 863.42 (60.28)
 Attentional Bias Score (negative – neutral), M (SD) −8.69 (40.46) 21.33 (36.90) −11.66 (20.94) 2.16 (23.68)
 Attentional Bias Score (positive – neutral), M (SD) .08 (35.63) 11.34 (33.02) −9.61 (27.94) −4.39 (19.12)
 Orienting Index Score (negative – neutral), M (SD) −4.10 (28.76) 12.43 (21.01) −4.11 (19.36) −.03 (18.79)
 Orienting Index Score (positive – neutral), M (SD) 4.05 (27.03) 5.22 (20.94) −2.09 (21.96) −3.39 (18.19)
 Disengaging Index Score (negative – neutral), M (SD) −4.59 (36.80) 8.90 (21.89) −7.55 (15.03) 2.19 (18.31)
 Disengaging Index Score (positive – neutral), M (SD) −3.97 (27.13) 6.11 (28.60) −7.52 (19.29) −1.00 (20.57)