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Table 4 Analysis of statistically significant differences between age groups

From: Who is afraid of ticks and tick-borne diseases? Results from a cross-sectional survey in Scandinavia

VARIABLESP-valuesbP-valuesbP-valuesbP-valuesbP-valuesbP-valuesb
H01 = μ2H01 = μ3H01 = μ4H0:μ2 = μ3H0:μ2 = μ4H0:μ3 = μ4
Likelihood of being bitten by tick in next 12 months0.2690.2490.9831.0001.0001.000
Likelihood of contracting LB if bitten by tick1.0000.0160.0000.0160.0001.000
Likelihood of contracting TBE if bitten by tick1.0000.5100.2550.0810.0221.000
Perceived seriousness of one tick bite0.0170.0000.0000.0010.0000.001
Perceived seriousness of contracting LB1.0000.7200.0030.7980.0010.137
Perceived seriousness of contracting TBE1.0000.0240.1190.0960.4931.000
Ever heard of Borreliosis0.0000.0000.0000.9630.1510.168
Ever heard of TBE0.0010.0010.0000.9020.0420.059
Number of correctly identified tick pictures1.0000.0050.0000.0000.0000.000
Number of correct answers to knowledge questions0.0000.0000.0000.0410.0021.000
  1. Notes: asd = The standard deviation for all respondents (column 5)
  2. b From Chi-squared test for dummy variables and an unpaired t-test for continuous variables. P-values < 0.10 are highlighted.