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Table 2 Development of burnout over time: means, standard deviations, and GLM repeated measures

From: Development of burnout over time and the causal order of the three dimensions of burnout among male and female GPs. A three-wave panel study

   Total
(N = 212)
Main effect and effect size time Men
(N = 104)
Women
(N = 108)
Main effect and effect size gender Interaction time*gender
   M (SD) F (df) p M (SD) M (SD) F (df) p F (df) p
EE T1 2.06 (1.09) 30.76 (2, 205) .00 2.07 (1.25) 2.05 (0.93) .20 (1) .66 1.80 (2, 205) .17
  T2 1.63 (0.98) rT1-T2 = .48   1.63 (1.07) 1.63 (0.88)     
  T3 1.74 (1.05) rT2-T3 = .14   1.65 (1.11) 1.83 (0.99)     
DEP T1 1.72 (1.09) 27.15 (2, 205) .00 1.95 (1.24) 1.50 (0.86) 10.31 (1) .00 1.72 (2, 205) .18
  T2 1.47 (0.97) rT1-T2 = .27   1.66 (1.05) 1.29 (0.84)     
  T3 1.25 (0.86) rT2-T3 = .25   1.37 (0.92) 1.13 (0.78) rm-f = .22    
PA T1 5.05 (0.74) 15.92 (2, 204) .00 5.07 (0.73) 5.03 (0.75) .26 (1) .61 1.97 (2, 204) .14
  T2 5.17 (0.78) rT1-T2 = .18   5.11 (0.87) 5.24 (0.67)     
  T3 5.30 (0.64) rT2-T3 = .19   5.29 (0.65) 5.29 (0.63)     
  1. Note. EE = Emotional Exhaustion, DEP = Depersonalization, PA = Reduced Personal Accomplishment, T1 = 2002, T2 = 2004, T3 = 2006, only effect sizes for contrasts of significant main effects are reported.