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Table 3 The three Latent Classes Model of CCHF related high risk behaviors in a sample of Iranian butchers

From: Pattern of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever related high risk behaviors among Iranian butchers and its relation to perceived self-efficacy

Items Latent class
Low risk High risk Very high risk
Latent class prevalence 0.161 0.536 0.302
Item-response probabilities
 Having history contact with carcasses, blood or raw red meat 0.440 0.889 1.00
 Skipping of gloves wearing 0.007 0.487 0.900
 Skipping of mask wearing 0.052 0.934 0.999
 Skipping of glasses wearing 0.119 0.978 0.983
 Skipping of using work clothes and boots 0.031 0.002 0.988
 Knife carrying with mouth 0.178 0.042 0.086
 Having history of physical contact with ticks 0.072 0.501 0.428
  1. Note. Item-response probabilities >.5 in bold to facilitate interpretation