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Table 5 Multivariable analysis

From: COVID-19 and psychosis, depression, obsession and quality of life in Lebanese patients with schizophrenia: Any changes after 5 months of quarantine?

  Beta p value 95% confidence interval Partial eta squared
    Lower bound Upper bound  
Model 1: Positive PANSS score as the dependent variable      
Getting updates about coronavirus most of the times versus no* -4.32 0.009 − 7.52 − 1.13 0.09
Model 2: Negative PANSS score as the dependent variable      
Getting updates about coronavirus most of the times versus no* − 3.64 0.059 − 7.43 0.15 0.05
Getting updates about coronavirus little of the times versus no* − 3.63 0.071 − 7.59 0.32 0.04
Religiosity all the times versus none of the times* − 8.02 0.031 − 15.29 − 0.75 0.06
Model 3: General psychopathology PANSS score as the dependent variable      
Getting updates about coronavirus most of the times versus no* − 8.77 0.001 − 13.81 − 3.74 0.14
Getting updates about coronavirus some of the times versus no* − 5.90 0.048 − 11.76 − 0.05 0.05
Getting updates about coronavirus little of the times versus no* − 5.67 0.035 − 10.92 − 0.42 0.06
Religiosity all the times versus none of the times* − 10.50 0.033 − 20.16 − 0.84 0.06
Religiosity some of the times versus none of the times* − 6.98 0.025 − 13.06 − 0.91 0.06
Model 4: Total PANSS score as the dependent variable      
Getting updates about coronavirus most of the times versus no* − 16.74 0.001 − 26.73 − 6.74 0.13
Getting updates about coronavirus some of the times versus no* − 10.70 0.071 − 22.33 0.93 0.04
Getting updates about coronavirus little of the times versus no* − 11.34 0.033 − 21.77 − 0.92 0.06
Religiosity all the times versus none of the times* − 23.00 0.019 − 42.19 − 3.92 0.07
Religiosity some of the times versus none of the times* − 13.12 0.034 − 25.19 − 1.05 0.06
Model 5: WHO Domain 3 score as the dependent variable      
Gender (females vs. males*) 1.77 0.022 0.27 3.28 0.07
  1. *Reference group
  2. None of the variables was significantly associated with the depression score and the WHO Domains 1, 2 and 4 scores