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Figure 2. CIRS-G-13 Total Score by Cognitive Status in Persons with CDS = 0. From: Comorbidity in Aging and Dementia: Scales Differ, and the Difference Matters.

CIRS-G-13 scores (mean ± sd) were compared across cognitive groups by ANCOVA, adjusting for age and education (F = 15.6 [df 2, 234], p < 0.001).

Soo Borson, et al. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. ;18(11):999-1006.
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Figure 1. CIRS-G -13 v. CDS: Comparisons across age, education, and cognitive status. From: Comorbidity in Aging and Dementia: Scales Differ, and the Difference Matters.

Graphs depict age (top), education (middle), and cognitive status (bottom) group effects. Possible CIRS-G 13 score range 0–52, CDS 0–36. Means and standard deviations are compared by ANOVA. CIRS-G-13 mean scores differed significantly across age (F = 21.3 [df 2,616], p < 0.001), education (F = 6.6 [df 3, 614], p < 0.001), and cognitive status (F = 40.5 [df 2, 616], p < 0.001) groups. For CDS, no group comparisons were significant at p < 0.10.

Soo Borson, et al. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. ;18(11):999-1006.

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