Table 1.

Psychometric scores in the BMRQ, anhedonia, the SPSRQ and amusia of the three groups

Demographic Information and Psychometric ScoresANHHDNHHDNP value
n151515
Age, y21.9 (3.2)20.8 (3.4)21.3 (5.0)0.760
BMRQ
 Overall54.1 (9.2)75.8 (4.0)89.4 (3.3)<0.001
 Musical seeking8.0 (2.2)13.1 (1.5)16.0 (1.9)<0.001
 Emotion evocation10.9 (2.9)15.8 (2.2)18.0 (1.4)<0.001
 Mood regulation13.0 (3.1)16.3 (2.0)19.2 (1.0)<0.001
 Sensory-motor11.7 (3.9)16.3 (2.4)18.4 (1.4)<0.001
 Social reward10.5 (2.2)14.3 (1.9)17.0 (1.5)<0.001
Anhedonia
 PAS11.9 (4.3)10.2 (3.9)10.9 (3.9)0.531
SPSRQ
 Sensitivity to punishment10.5 (4.0)8.2 (5.2)9.9 (5.7)0.439
 Sensitivity to reward9.9 (4.4)9.7 (4.3)9.5 (3.3)0.974
Amusia
 MBEA85.7 (7.7)87.6 (7.2)87.4 (6.8)0.730
  • SDs are reported in parentheses. P value indicates the significance of the group effect in a one-way ANOVA.