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Table 1 Sample Characteristics

From: Can a ‘rewards-for-exercise app’ increase physical activity, subjective well-being and sleep quality? An open-label single-arm trial among university staff with low to moderate physical activity levels

  Baseline (T0) n = 148
Mean/ N (%) SD
Age in years 38.19 9.42
Gender: Male 25 (16.9)
Ethnic Group: White/ Caucasian 129 (87.2)
Ethnic Group: Black/African/Caribbean/Black British 1 (0.7)
Ethnic Group: Asian/ Asian British 11 (7.4)
Ethnic Group: Other 7 (4.7)
Operating System IoS 89 (58.9)
Highest level of education: Highschool 8 (5.4)
Highest level of education: College - A levels 26 (17.6)
Highest level of education: University - graduate 61 (41.2)
Highest level of education: University -postgrad 35 (23.6)
Highest level of education: University doctoral 18 (12.2)
Total Physical Activity (MET)a 1823.72 3604.92
Total Physical Activity (log x + 1) 2.93 0.57
Sleep Quality (PSQI) Total score 6.8 2.31
Life Satisfaction 7.86 1.45
Positive Affect 3.46 0.79
Negative Affect 1.89 0.74
  1. aEnergy expenditure was measured in metabolic equivalents expended per week. MET Metabolic Equivalent Task