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Table 5 Score of the Youth Self Report by experiences of being a bully/victim (adolescent girls)

From: Relationship between the experience of being a bully/victim and mental health in preadolescence and adolescence: a cross-sectional study

Scale Neither, n = 154 Victim, n = 38 Bully, n = 9 Bully + Victim, n = 41 F value p value Post hoc (Tukey)
Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD
Withdrawn 2.22 2.151 4.21 2.951 3.11 2.147 3.67 2.654 9.370 .0000*** V, B/V > N
Somatic complaints 2.10 2.627 4.08 2.794 3.82 3.777 4.14 3.670 10.501 .0000*** B/V, V > N
Anxious/depressed 5.62 4.917 10.86 6.561 8.22 5.544 10.45 6.679 14.725 .0000*** V, B/V > N
Social problems 3.78 2.519 5.76 2.476 4.85 2.425 5.32 2.631 8.792 .0000*** V, B/V > N
Thought problems 1.71 2.021 2.48 2.137 3.11 2.522 3.93 3.297 10.311 .0000*** V/B > N
Attention problems 6.13 3.176 7.76 2.972 7.96 3.411 8.10 3.897 5.640 .0001** B/V > N
Delinquent behavior 1.34 1.559 1.95 1.707 3.56 2.404 3.71 2.452 20.704 .0000*** B/V, B > N; B/V > V
Aggressive behavior 6.19 4.660 8.93 5.037 11.80 5.982 12.39 6.062 17.832 .0000*** B/V > N
Internalizing scale 9.77 7.902 18.78 10.253 14.81 9.103 17.72 10.777 15.827 .0000*** V, B/V > N
Externalizing scale 7.54 5.794 10.88 5.931 15.36 7.506 16.10 7.599 21.477 .0000*** B/V > V, N
  1. Multiple imputation was used to impute missing values. One-way ANOVAs were performed. Comparisons performed using the Turkey’s test
  2. N, Neither; B, Bully; V, Victim; B/V, Bully + Victim
  3. p < .01, ** p < .001, *** p < .0001