The DTQ was developed to assess cognitive features of negative intrusive thoughts and images using 12 different depressive and anxious thought statements.
The results using this approach parallel those presented here without Bonferroni corrections, with the exception of some differences in statistical significance on the DTQ subscales only.
depression subscales of DTQ; TAF likelihood other), and significant negative skew (i.e.
Results of the ANOVAs indicated that there were significant differences across age groups on the DTQ subscales, including anxiety frequency, F(2, 51) = 3.32; p < .05, depression frequency, F(2, 51) = 5.05; p < .05, depression sad, F(2, 51) = 5.37; p < .01, depression worry, F(2, 51) = 5.92; p < .01, depression removal, F(2, 51) = 5.34; p < .01, and depression disapproval, F(2, 51) = 4.90; p < .05.
Table 2 examines the connection between output ratios and real exchange rates when the latter are far from their detrended means, measured as when the absolute value of the detrended log real exchange rate - ABS(DTq) - exceeds 0.1, 0.15, or 0.2.
Table 3 is analogous to Table 2 in that it shows conditional correlations between detrended GDP ratios (DTy) and detrended real exchange rates (DTq).
Bivariate correlation analysis showed a weak relationship between the extent to which respondents believed DTQ items and dental anxiety.
Secondly the MDAS scores of participants who responded 'Yes' or 'No' on the DTQ items were compared using the Mean-Whitney U test.
Table 3 shows comparison of mean MDAS scores for participants responding 'Yes' or 'No' to individual DTQ items (Table 2) showed significant differences in the level of anxiety for 25 DTQ items.
The SVC method decide the DTQ (dependency, temporal, and quality) levels: the dependency level supports QCIF(176 x 144) and CIF(352 x 288), the temporal level does four levels from 3.75Hz to 30Hz, and the quality level does five levels from 0 to 4.
Note that the maximum PSNR is restricted by the DTQ level of SVC coding.
The SVC sequences were encoded in 10 DTQ levels (see the example in Table 2).