Table 4 One-way analysis of covariance results for differences between CM and MCI/AD groups on NP domains controlling for depression and anxiety.

From: HIV-Negative Cryptococcal Meningoencephalitis Results in a Persistent Frontal-Subcortical Syndrome

PredictorSum of SquaresdfMean SquareFp-valuepartial η2
Memory
(Intercept)33633.48133633.48360.05<0.0010.878
Patient group794.141794.148.500.0050.145
Error4670.715093.41   
Learning
(Intercept)34644.81134644.81270.97<0.0010.844
Patient group1466.1311466.1311.470.0010.187
Error6392.6550127.85   
  1. Only memory and learning domains exhibited significant differences between groups with MCI/AD patients demonstrating worse performance in the domains compared to CM patients.