Symptom measures Parent and child

The Time × Group mixed factorial ANOVA of the number of diagnoses for which children met criteria revealed a significant main effect of Time, F(1, 57) = 26.89, p < .001, ?2 = .32, and a significant Time × Group interaction, F(1, 57) = 6.83, p = .01, ?2 = .11. The number of diagnoses reduced significantly from pre-to post-treatment in the ATC group, t(30) = 5.79, p < .001, but not over the wait SAR191801 in the WLC group, t(27) = 1.71, p = .10, such that the number of diagnoses at post-assessment was significantly lower in the ATC group compared to the WLC group, t(57) = 2.11, p = .047.
Analyses of the severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) number of children no longer diagnosed with their principal anxiety disorder and all disorders at post-treatment revealed significant condition effects, χ21 = 6.88, p = .01 (Fisher\'s exact test), and, χ21 = 10.87, p = .001 (Fisher\'s exact test) respectively. At post-treatment, 11 of 31 children (35%) in the ATC condition and 2 of 28 children (7%) in the WLC condition did not meet diagnostic criteria for their principal disorder; 10 of 31 children (32%) in the ATC group and 0% of children in the WLC group no longer met criteria for all diagnoses (see Table 2).