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Table 1 Characteristics of the study sample

From: Enhancing our conceptual understanding of state and trait self-efficacy by correlational analysis of four self-efficacy scales in people with spinal cord injury

Characteristic Netherlands N Australia N
Age in years Mean (SD) 55.1 (15.1) 119 60.4 (16.3) 21
 Range 19–84   29–81  
 Median (IQR) 56 (47–66)   64 (51.5–73.5)  
Sex, male N (%) 79 (66.4) 119 12 (57.1) 21
Having a partner N (%) 85 (73.3) 116 14 (66.7) 21
Education, bachelor degree or higher N (%) 41 (36.3) 113 7 (33.3) 21
Paid employment prior to SCI N (%) 83 (69.7) 119 9 (50.0) 18
Time since injury in weeks Mean (SD) 44.4 (12.5)* 119 55.9 (21.1) * 21
 Range 30–95   27–103  
 Median (IQR) 41 (36–49)   47 (40.5–70)  
Level of injury, paraplegia N (%) 57 (47.9) 119 10 (47.6) 21
SCI motor complete N (%) 29 (24.6)* 118 8 (38.1)* 21
SCI traumatic cause N (%) 65 (54.6) 119 13 (61.9) 21
  1. * P < 0.05 according the independent samples t-test
  2. Abbreviations: SD Standard deviation, IQR Interquartile range