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Table 2 Distribution of men and women across the different exhaustion measures

From: The Lund University Checklist for Incipient Exhaustion–a cross–sectional comparison of a new instrument with similar contemporary tools

  Age Total Women Men Chi-square test
(n = 1355) (n = 779) (n = 576)
  Mean SD N % N % N % P-value
LUCIE          0.264
Step 1-GG (n = 881) 41 7 881 65 495a 64 386a 67  
Step 2-YG (n = 282) 40 7 282 21 163a 21 119a 21  
Step 3-RG (n = 117) 41 7 117 9 72a 9 45a 8  
1Step 4-RR (n = 67) 41 7 67 5 45a 6 22a 4  
KEDS          0.001
Normal (n = 1168) 41 7 1168 87 651a 84 517b 90  
Exhaustion (n = 179) 40* 7 179 13 123a 16 56b 10  
s-ED          0.002
No (n = 1250) 41 7 1250 92 702a 90 548b 95  
Mild (n = 71) 42 7 71 5 54a 7 17b 3  
Pronounced (n = 34) 40 7 34 3 23a 3 11a 2  
  1. Note: Values in the same row and subtable not sharing the same subscript are significantly different at p < 0.05 in the two-tailed test of equality for column proportions
  2. *Kruskal-Wallis test, p < 0.05
  3. 1The rare combination of SWS yellow + UWS red (n = 4) was included in this category