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Results from 10 Years of a CBT Pain Self-Management Outpatient Program for Complex Chronic Conditions

Table 6

Results of a series of 4 × 2 mixed design ANOVA using group (chronic widespread pain, neck and back pain, neuropathic pain, and arthritis) and time (pretreatment, posttreatment).

Questionnairedf⁢Effect of treatment⁢Effect of group⁢Treatment by group interaction

 Physical function1332.630.1080.0192.520.0610.0540.150.9270.003
 Role limit: physical13017.50<0.0010.1191.200.3130.0273.730.0630.079
 Role limit: emotional1329.930.0020.0700.290.8260.0081.580.1970.035
 Emotional wellbeing13135.95<0.0010.2150.660.5770.0150.510.6750.012
 General health1343.100.0800.0230.320.8090.0070.070.9760.002

Note. BDI-II: Beck Depression Inventory; BAI: Beck Anxiety Inventory; VAS: visual analogue scale; PDI = Pain Disability Index; VPMI: Vanderbilt Pain Management Inventory; SF-36: Short-Form Health Survey.

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