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Table 4 Differences in person mean values of psychosomatic symptoms on non-transformed scales among 15 years old students between four Nordic countries in 2014

From: Cross-country comparisons of trends in adolescent psychosomatic symptoms – a Rasch analysis of HBSC data from four Nordic countries

  Denmark Finland Norway
Set A
It 8
5 cat
Set B
It 8
3 cat
Set C
It 7
5 cat
Set D
It 7
3 cat
Set A
It 8
5 cat
Set B
It 8
3 cat
Set C
It 7
5 cat
Set D
It 7
3 cat
Set A
It 8
5 cat
Set B
It 8
3 cat
Set C
It 7
5 cat
Set D
It 7
3 cat
Finland Girls −0.24
(−0.29 to − 0.16)
−0.24
(− 0.32 to − 0.14)
−0.32
(− 0.38 to − 0.25)
−0.35
(− 0.42 to − 0.24)
        
Boys −0.26
(− 0.33 to − 0.18)
−0.31
(− 0.40 to − 0.20)
−0.30
(− 0.36 to − 0.22)
−0.35
(− 0.44 to − 0.25)
        
Norway Girls −0.06
(− 0.16 to 0.02)
−0.08
(− 0.22 to 0.02)
−0.06
(− 0.16 to 0.01)
−0.08
(− 0.22 to 0.02)
0.17
(0.07 to 0.23)
0.15
(0.02 to 0.23)
0.26
(0.16 to 0.31)
0.26
(0.12 to 0.34)
    
Boys 0.08
(−0.04 to 0.16)
0.05
(−0.09 to 0.16)
0.08
(− 0.03 to 0.16)
0.06
(− 0.08 to 0.17)
0.33
(0.22 to 0.40)
0.35
(0.20 to 0.44)
0.37
(0.26 to 0.43)
0.40
(0.25 to 0.49)
    
Sweden Girls −0.52
(−0.57 to − 0.45)
−0.53
(− 0.61 to − 0.43)
−0.51
(− 0.56 to − 0.43)
−0.52
(− 0.59 to − 0.42)
−0.30
(− 0.35 to − 0.24)
−0.31
(− 0.38 to − 0.23)
−0.20
(− 0.24 to − 0.14)
−0.19
(− 0.26 to − 0.12)
−0.46
(− 0.50 to − 0.36)
−0.45
(− 0.52 to − 0.31)
−0.45
(− 0.49 to − 0.35)
−0.44
(− 0.50 to − 0.30)
Boys −0.35
(− 0.41 to − 0.26)
−0.37
(− 0.45 to − 0.27)
−0.33
(− 0.39 to − 0.25)
−0.35
(− 0.43 to − 0.24)
−0.09
(− 0.15 to − 0.02)
−0.08
(− 0.16 to 0.01)
−0.04
(− 0.10 to 0.02)
−0.01
(− 0.09 to 0.07)
−0.41
(− 0.47 to − 0.30)
−0.41
(− 0.49 to − 0.26)
−0.40
(− 0.46 to − 0.29)
−0.39
(− 0.47 to − 0.25)
  1. Cohen’s d calculated for four different item sets separately for boys and girls. Confidence interval within parentheses. Calculations based on mean values from the original variable