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Table 1 Perceptions of the feedback intervention

From: Patient-centered feedback on the results of personality testing increases early engagement in residential substance use disorder treatment: a pilot randomized controlled trial

Variable M SD Range α
Satisfaction with the patient-centered assessment (Assessment Questionnaire: T-scores)
Factor 1 – New self-awareness 51.53 7.01 34.34–60.91 .95
Factor 2 – Positive accurate mirroring 52.52 4.17 44.44–59.44 .90
Factor 3 – Positive relationship with the examiner 56.01 5.21 43.70–62.22 .84
Factor 4 – Negative feelings about the assessment 50.00 3.57 46.11–58.23 .85
Total satisfaction 54.91 4.08 45.68–62.16 .93
Perceived impact of feedback intervention (1 = very negative effect, 5 = very positive effect)
Relationship with program staff 4.29 0.77 3–5 --
Likelihood of following staff recommendations 4.24 0.83 3–5 --
Relationship with other residents 4.41 0.62 3–5 --
Likelihood of following recommendations of other residents 4.12 0.60 3–5 --
Willingness to stay in the program 4.47 0.94 2–5 --
Willingness to continue treatment after leaving the program 4.53 0.80 3–5 --
Motivation to stay sober from alcohol and other drugs 4.47 0.72 3–5 --
  1. Notes. n = 17.
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