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Table 5 Accuracy. Expressed as median (interquartile range), percentage of 16 possible correct responses

From: Neural responses to a modified Stroop paradigm in patients with complex chronic musculoskeletal pain compared to matched controls: an experimental functional magnetic resonance imaging study

  Run 1 Run 2
  Patients Control Patients Control
Affective Control 94 % [55 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %] 100 % [70 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %]
Affective Interference 94 % [55 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %] 97 % [66 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %]
Positive Control 94 % [56 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %] 94 % [73 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %]
Positive Interference 91 % [50 % to 100 %] 97 % [88 % to 100 %] 94 % [69 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %]
Sensory Control 94 % [50 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %] 100 % [69 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %]
Sensory Interference 91 % [50 % to 100 %] 100 % [94 % to 100 %] 100 % [88 % to 100 %] 100 % [100 % to 100 %]
  1. Summary data for accuracy was reported as median and interquartile range to provide some information on the asymmetry of the distribution of the data and to allow for the fixed upper limit of 100 % for accuracy as many of the participants had accuracy scores close to or at this level