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Table 4 Probability of scoring above the clinical cut-off point for generalised anxiety (GAD-7), depression (PHQ-9), and social anxiety (LSAS), at a range of total camouflaging scores

From: Is social camouflaging associated with anxiety and depression in autistic adults?

  Probability of scoring above cut-off
GAD >  = 10 PHQ >  = 10 LSAS >  = 30
CAT-Q = 25 .04 .13 .16
CAT-Q = 50 .09 .22 .44
CAT-Q = 75 .19 .36 .76
CAT-Q = 100 .37 .51 .92
CAT-Q = 125 .60 .67 .98
CAT-Q = 150 .79 .80 .99
CAT-Q = 175 .90 .88 .99
  1. Probabilities with the greatest increase for each mental health problem are in bold
  2. GAD Generalised Anxiety Disorder Assessment, PHQ Patient Health Questionnaire, LSAS Liebowitz Social Anxiety Scale, CAT-Q Camouflaging Autistic Traits Questionnaire