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Table 13. Study-related moderators for the life stressor dataset
Moderator k/kc b/r SE dft Q(df) M(sd)/% Range 
Publication Status 69    0.004   8.42(2)   
Published (reference) 57 0.341/0.329 0.035 9.793       
Unpublished 12 0.243/0.526 0.084 2.902 0.004      
Study Design 69    0.908   0.013(2)   
Crosssectional (reference) 61 0.385/0.367 0.036 10.753       
Longitudinal/Intervention -0.013/0.356 0.11 -0.115 0.908      
Type of Sample Population 69    0.047   6.105(2)   
Community (reference) 33 0.304/0.295 0.047 6.522       
Combination 18 0.128/0.407 0.079 1.63 0.103      
Organization 18 0.186/0.454 0.081 2.303 0.021      
Correlation Type 157          
Pearson r (reference) 119 0.344/0.331 0.028   12.239 44.182    
Phi 24 -0.088/0.25 0.048  0.081 -1.844 18.516    
Chi-squared/Means 14 0.036/0.362 0.116  0.764 0.308 11.075    
Life Stressor Measure:           
Mean Life stressor Measure Items 51 0.003 0.001 2.236 0.025    18.79 (19.43) (1-104) 
Mean Life stressor Measure Alpha 17 0.706 0.545 1.295 0.195    0.82 (0.09) (0.63-0.97) 
Life Stressor Type 157          
Abuse (reference) 27 0.438/0.412 0.086   5.085 9.42    
General Life 23 -0.139/0.29 0.102  0.189 -1.362 19.079    
Trauma 29 -0.146/0.284 0.114  0.213 -1.287 19.594    
War trauma 78 -0.111/0.316 0.09  0.239 -1.226 15.018    
Respondent- Life stressor Measure 157          
Clinical interivew (reference) 18 0.288/0.28 0.051   5.674 5.913    
Interview 45 0.073/0.345 0.067  0.306 1.085 9.142    
Other 0.064/0.338 0.075  0.417 0.853 8.435    
Parent-report 16 -0.157/0.13 0.087  0.102 -1.812 9.503    
Self-report 70 0.066/0.339 0.068  0.358 0.965 9.465    
Mental Health Measure:           
Mean Mental Health Measure Items 53 0.007 0.004 1.889 0.059    17.44 (10.68) (1-72) 
Mean Mental Health Measure Alpha 35 1.007 0.577 1.745 0.081    0.87 (0.07) (0.62-0.97) 
Mean Mental Health Response Period 37 -0.002 0.001 -1.751 0.08    22.93 (35.83) (7-180) 
Moderator k/kc b/r SE dft Q(df) M(sd)/% Range 
Publication Status 69    0.004   8.42(2)   
Published (reference) 57 0.341/0.329 0.035 9.793       
Unpublished 12 0.243/0.526 0.084 2.902 0.004      
Study Design 69    0.908   0.013(2)   
Crosssectional (reference) 61 0.385/0.367 0.036 10.753       
Longitudinal/Intervention -0.013/0.356 0.11 -0.115 0.908      
Type of Sample Population 69    0.047   6.105(2)   
Community (reference) 33 0.304/0.295 0.047 6.522       
Combination 18 0.128/0.407 0.079 1.63 0.103      
Organization 18 0.186/0.454 0.081 2.303 0.021      
Correlation Type 157          
Pearson r (reference) 119 0.344/0.331 0.028   12.239 44.182    
Phi 24 -0.088/0.25 0.048  0.081 -1.844 18.516    
Chi-squared/Means 14 0.036/0.362 0.116  0.764 0.308 11.075    
Life Stressor Measure:           
Mean Life stressor Measure Items 51 0.003 0.001 2.236 0.025    18.79 (19.43) (1-104) 
Mean Life stressor Measure Alpha 17 0.706 0.545 1.295 0.195    0.82 (0.09) (0.63-0.97) 
Life Stressor Type 157          
Abuse (reference) 27 0.438/0.412 0.086   5.085 9.42    
General Life 23 -0.139/0.29 0.102  0.189 -1.362 19.079    
Trauma 29 -0.146/0.284 0.114  0.213 -1.287 19.594    
War trauma 78 -0.111/0.316 0.09  0.239 -1.226 15.018    
Respondent- Life stressor Measure 157          
Clinical interivew (reference) 18 0.288/0.28 0.051   5.674 5.913    
Interview 45 0.073/0.345 0.067  0.306 1.085 9.142    
Other 0.064/0.338 0.075  0.417 0.853 8.435    
Parent-report 16 -0.157/0.13 0.087  0.102 -1.812 9.503    
Self-report 70 0.066/0.339 0.068  0.358 0.965 9.465    
Mental Health Measure:           
Mean Mental Health Measure Items 53 0.007 0.004 1.889 0.059    17.44 (10.68) (1-72) 
Mean Mental Health Measure Alpha 35 1.007 0.577 1.745 0.081    0.87 (0.07) (0.62-0.97) 
Mean Mental Health Response Period 37 -0.002 0.001 -1.751 0.08    22.93 (35.83) (7-180) 

k = number of samples; kc = number of outcomes or correlations. Note: Random-effects models and mixed-effects models display z statistics, while robust variation estimation (RVE) models display t statistics. Z values are based upon the population mean while t statistics are based upon the sample mean. As random-effects models and mixed-effects model estimate the population means, those models use z values.

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