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Table 5 Effects of E-info geneca on risk perception, anxiety and perceived personal control.

From: Effects of a pre-visit educational website on information recall and needs fulfilment in breast cancer genetic counselling, a randomized controlled trial

   Baseline (T0) Post-visit (T1)    
   UC group
(n= 94)
Intervention group (n= 103) UC group
(n= 94)
Intervention group (n= 103)    
  Range Mean (SD) Mean
(SD)
Mean (SD) Mean
(SD)
Ba P a da
Anxiety (10-40) 10.0 - 40.0 19.94 (6.25) 19.73
(5.81)
18.54
(6.11)
17.91
(5.58)
-.70 .24 .11
Perceived personal control (1-3) .22 -2.00 1.23
(.43)
1.15
(.41)
1.33
(.41)
1.34
(.44)
-.03 .49 .00
Breast cancer risk perception alignment (mean difference between counselee and counselor's risk estimation) 1-100 26.69
(19.89)
27.83
(18.20)
18.00 (16.17) 16.81 (16.35) .07 .79 .07
No indication for DNA-testing (n = 49):
Anxiety
10-34 20.52
(6.76)
20.00
(6.50)
19.15
(7.96)
16.65
(5.49)
-.60 .02 .36
Perceived personal control (1-3) .22 -2.00 1.37
(.41)
1.19
(.46)
1.25
(.49)
1.19
(.59)
.09 .83 .00
Breast cancer risk perception alignment (mean difference between counselee and counselor's risk estimation) 1-100 29.75
(20.87)
25.94
(15.69)
12.37 (20.27) 11.32 (17.59) -.08 .79 .06
  1. a Between group difference at T1. UC, usual care.