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Table 1 General characteristics of the subjects

From: Effects of computer familiarity and computer type on the performance of Korean computerized neurobehavioral test

Characteristics Group I
(n = 8)
Group II
(n = 34)
Group III
(n = 43)
p-value*
Age (years) 58.6 (4.3)a 41.1 (11.4)b 30.6 (10.1)c < 0.001
Sex (n (%))
 Men 6 (75.0) 23 (67.6) 24 (55.8) 0.477
 Women 2 (25.0) 11 (32.4) 19 (44.2)  
Education (years) 13.3 (3.5)a 15.5 (1.5)b 15.1 (1.8)b 0.011
Typing speed 0a 119.7 (65.2)b 325.4 (110.9)c < 0.001
  1. The value are expressed as mean (standard deviation) for age, education, and typing speed
  2. Group I, subjects with a score of 0 per minute (no competency using computer); Group II, subjects with a score of less than 200 per minute (relatively familiar with the computer); Group III, subjects with a score of over 200 per minute (very familiar with the computer). *calculated by one-way ANOVA or Fisher’s exact test, different letters such as a, b and c in row indicate differences at the 5 % significance level by post hoc test of Bonferroni F. number of Korean character typed in a minute