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Table 3 The association of pain or social stressors with core BD symptoms at the same timepoint

From: Use of ecological momentary assessment to detect variability in mood, sleep and stress in bipolar disorder

A. MoodEstimateSEp-valueB. EnergyEstimateSEp-value
BD− 15.827.300.04BD− 12.727.270.09
BD * pain   BD * pain− 0.300.160.06
BD−− 23.196.930.003
Skill− 0.970.570.09Skill− 1.480.660.03
BD * skill   BD * skill   
BD− 20.947.100.01BD− 25.036.860.002
BD * effort   BD * effort   
BD− 30.037.730.001BD− 24.636.970.002
Preference− 0.510.530.34Preference0.290.420.50
BD * preference2.190.720.003BD * preference   
BD− 20.917.100.01BD− 24.396.970.002
Social stress− 0.0050.400.99Social stress− 0.100.470.82
BD * social stress   BD * social stress   
C. Speed of thoughtsEstimateSEp-valueD. ImpulsivityEstimateSEp-value
Pain−< 0.001
BD * pain   BD * pain− 0.720.20< 0.001
Skill− 1.490.710.04Skill2.681.460.07
BD * skill   BD * skill− 4.661.770.01
BD− 1.016.510.88BD11.277.370.14
Effort0.770.410.06Effort− 0.290.480.55
BD * effortBD * effort   
BD− 0.746.600.91BD11.427.360.14
Preference0.080.460.85Preference− 0.400.540.46
BD * preferenceBD * preference   
BD− 0.846.600.90BD1.628.120.84
Social stress0.270.500.59Social stress− 2.200.860.01
BD * social stressBD * social stress3.181.170.007
  1. A. mood, B. energy, C. speed of thoughts, D. impulsivity. Thoughts: speed of thoughts; Skill: perception of skill; Preference: preference of tasks. All models are adjusted for age, adjusted for age, gender, employment status, time (days). Significant results are in italic