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Table 3 Descriptive, differences and correlations among GAS-long form, GAS-10, GAI-SF, GDS, and SF-12

From: Psychometric properties and diagnostic accuracy of the short form of the geriatric anxiety scale (GAS-10)

  Community (N = 229) Clinical (N = 35)   Correlations
M ± SD t-test 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
1. GAS-Long form 15.18 ± 9.26 23.60 ± 12.01 −4,80** .806** .558** .523** −.036 −.360**
2. GAS-10 5.04 ± 4.07 8.46 ± 6.07 −4.28**,a   .540** .570** −.056 −.418**
3. GDS-15 3.59 ± 2.95 7.17 ± 3.38 −6.56**    .496** .070 −.356**
4. GAI-SF 2.06 ± 1.56 3.71 ± 1.20 −6.01**     .004 −.440**
5. SF-12 PCS 41.12 ± 6.33 37.94 ± 6.37 2.69*      −.345**
6. SF-12 MCS 41.53 ± 6.52 36.24 ± 5.83 4.40**      
  1. GAS Geriatric Anxiety Scale, GDS Geriatric Depression Scale, SF12 – PCS Physical Component Score, SF12 - MCS12 Mental Component Score
  2. **p < .001; *p < .01
  3. at-test based on latent scores