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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data of the patients (n = 125)

From: Psychological pain treatment in fibromyalgia syndrome: efficacy of operant behavioural and cognitive behavioural treatments

  OBT (n = 43) CBT (n = 42) AP (n = 40)
  Mean SD (Range) Mean SD (Range) Mean SD (Range)
Age (in years) 43.23 49.13 47.46
  9.03 10.03 9.75
  (21–59) (22–66) (21–67)
Duration of pain (in years) 8.98 9.08 8.73
  10.11 8.50 8.77
  (1.5–43) (0.5–36) (0.5–43)
Number of painful regions 7.41 6.74 7.06
  1.81 2.18 2.07
  (4–10) (3 – 10) (3–10)
Number of tender points 16.66 17.25 16.88
  3.93 4.47 4.33
  (11–18) (11–18) (11–18)
Mean tender point pain intensity 5.73 4.59 4.21
  2.14 1.49 1.73
  (1.7–8.3) (1.9–7.3) (0–10)
Number of physician visits 36.87 30.55 34.25
  15.15 16.20 16.33
  (18–69) (4–86) (14–84)
Drug (n/day of amytriptiline 25 mg) 3.62 3.16 3.36
  2.16 3.62 2.78
  (0–9) (0–16) (0–12)
Treatment expectation 4.33 4.30 4.06
  1.17 1.07 0.99
  (2–6) (2–6) (2–6)
Treatment satisfaction (first session) 4.39 4.30 3.94
  0.99 0.81 0.87
  (3–6) (3–5) (3–5)
  n (%) n (%) n (%)
Occupational status    
Working 17 (39.5) 19 (45.2) 20 (50.0)
Unemployed 16 (37.2) 16 (38.1) 12 (30.0)
Workers' compensation 3 (7.0) 2 (4.8) 3 (7.5)
Retired 7 (16.3) 4 (9.5) 3 (7.5)
Student 0 (0.0) 1 (2.4) 2 (5.0)
  1. AP, attention-placebo; CBT, cognitive behavior therapy; OBT, operant behaviour therapy; SD, standard deviation.