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Table 3 Results of nonlinear correlations between categorical arousal stability score (unstable or stable) and self-report measures and absolute EEG powers

From: Brain arousal regulation and depressive symptomatology in adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

  Arousal stability score (unstable or stable)
Eta p Eta2 Available n
CAARSa
 DSM-IA − 0.003 0.989 9E−6 31
 DSM-HYI − 0.078 0.683 0.006 31
 DSM-G − 0.068 0.720 0.004 31
WURSK − 0.233 0.214 0.054 31
ASRS
 A-cutoff 0.021 0.913 4E−4 31
 A-sum − 0.112 0.557 0.013 31
 B-cutoff 0.037 0.846 0.001 31
 B-sum 0.043 0.822 0.002 31
BDI 0.437* 0.018 0.191 29
Delta
 F − 0.548* 0.001 0.300 31
 C − 0.436* 0.014 0.190 31
 P − 0.532* 0.002 0.283 31
 O − 0.383* 0.033 0.147 31
Theta
 F − 0.352 0.052 0.124 31
 C − 0.385* 0.032 0.148 31
 P − 0.290 0.114 0.084 31
 O − 0.413* 0.021 0.171 31
Alpha
 F − 0.019 0.921 3E−4 31
 C 0.002 0.992 4E−6 31
 P 0.068 0.714 0.005 31
 O − 0.034 0.857 0.001 31
Beta
 F − 0.190 0.307 0.036 31
 C − 0.228 0.217 0.052 31
 P − 0.021 0.910 4E−4 31
 O − 0.102 0.585 0.010 31
  1. BDI Beck Depression Inventory, F frontal lobe, C central lobe, P parietal lobe, O occipital lobe
  2. *p < 0.05
  3. aT scores in CAARS subscale