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Table 3 Mean comparisons of mental health outcome measures at T2 between ASCs in terms of asylum application status

From: 1-year follow-up of the mental health and stress factors in asylum-seeking children and adolescents resettled in Germany

  (1) Asylum application accepted between assessments, n = 25 (2) Asylum application accepted both at T1 and T2, n = 26 (3) Asylum application pending or rejected at T2, n = 21 ANOVA main effect asylum status F (df) t (df)a  
M (SD) M (SD) M (SD) d a
CATS-SS 14.2 (9.68) 16.92 (9.35) 21.43 (8.52) 3.87* (2, 69) 2.87* (44) .79
HSCL-Tot 54.32 (10.84) 57.85 (14.01) 63.71 (11.45) 3.4* (2, 69) 2.85* (44) .84
HSCL-Dep 24.4 (5.8) 26.04 (8.33) 31.14 (7.48) 5.22** (2, 69) 3.44** (44) 1.02
HSCL-Anx 14.72 (3.68) 16.31 (4.07) 18.24 (4.07) 4.55* (2, 69) 3.08* (44) .91
HSCL-Int 39.12 (8.97) 42.35 (11.67) 49.38 (10.71) 5.6** (2, 69) 3.54** (44) 1.05
HSCL-Ext 15.2 (2.53) 15.5 (3.41) 14.33 (2.63) .98 (2, 69) −1.14 (44) −.34
  1. aBetween (1) and (3)
  2. CATS-SS CATS symptom scale, HSCL-Tot HSCL-37A total score, HSCL-Dep HSCL-37A depression scale, HSCL-Anx HSCL-37A anxiety scale, HSCL-Int HSCL-37A internalizing cluster, HSCL-Ext HSCL-37A externalizing cluster
  3. *p < .05 (adjusted level of significance according to Bonferroni-Holm, p < .0167)
  4. **p < .01 (adjusted level of significance according to Bonferroni-Holm, p < .003)