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Affective-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Fibromyalgia: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of the participants*.

ACBT + TAUTAU value

Age, mean (SD), y 47.79 (9.28)50.21 (10.14)n.s.
Female, no. (%)34 (89.47)33 (86.84)n.s.
Race/ethnicity, no. (%)
 White30 (78.95)28 (73.68) n.s.
 African american2 (5.26)0 (0.00)
 Hispanic3 (7.89)6 (15.79)
 Other3 (7.89)4 (10.53)
Education, no. (%)
 Graduate degree10 (26.32)6 (15.79) n.s.
 College degree10 (26.32)12 (31.58)
 Some college9 (23.68)13 (34.21)
 High school or less 9 (23.68)7 (18.42)
Married, no. (%)19 (50.00)21 (55.26)n.s.
Employed, no. (%)16 (42.11)21 (55.26)n.s.
Hollingshead SES, mean (SD) 47.51 (10.20)49.61 (9.61)n.s.
Expectation Rating Scale, mean (SD) 17.20 (5.21)16.09 (6.86)n.s

ACBT indicates affective cognitive behavioral therapy, TAU indicates treatment as usual, Hollingshead SES indicates Hollingshead socioeconomic status scale score.
*Data are presented as No. (%) unless otherwise indicated.

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