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Table 2 Changes in outcome variables, Pride Camp 2015–2017 (N = 28)

From: Pride Camp: Pilot study of an intervention to develop resilience and self-esteem among LGBTQ youth

Measures Pretest
Range
Pretest Mean (SD) Posttest
Range
Posttest
Mean (SD)
t p Effect Size (d)
RSES 11–37 22.68 (5.08) 18–38 25.04 (3.83) −4.06 0.0002 0.77
Significant other a 12–28 22.07 (4.82) 12–28 22.15 (4.84) −0.08 0.94 0.02
Family a 7–26 18.11 (5.58) 8–28 18.46 (5.30) −0.55 0.59 0.06
Friend a 11–28 21.79 (5.39) 14–28 22.14 (4.21) −0.40 0.70 0.07
Perceived stigma b 1.17–3.67 2.16 (0.76) 1.17–4.00 2.18 (0.80) −0.18 0.856 0.03
Enacted stigma b 2.17–4.00 3.01 (0.58) 1.83–4.00 3.01 (0.61) 0.00 1.00 0.00
Resilience 57–164 118.56 (20.15) 70–159 125.26 (18.04) −3.27 0.003 0.53
YQoL c 27.33–79.33 53.28 (13.36) 39.33–89.33 59.05 (12.82) −3.73 .001 0.55
  1. The observed score here is at the lower end of the range of scores reported in Patrick, consistent with LGB students who had been bullied because of perceived sexual orientation. Scores are comparable between studies because the total scale score on the YQoL is the total of transformed item scores divided by the number of items
  2. a Subscales of MSPSS
  3. b Subscales of LGBT Stigma
  4. c Patrick et al. used a 6-item version of this scale in a large sample of high-school age LGB youth (2002). They reported scores across different categories of participants (by grade, by gender, and by whether or not they were bullied due to perceived sexual orientation or other factors). QoL scores ranged from 54 to 83 across these different combinations of categories