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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Prevalence of disturbed eating behavior and associated symptoms of anxiety and depression among adult males and females with type 1 diabetes

  All N = 282 Males N = 112 (40%) Females N = 170 (60%) Sig. level Effect size
Age 42.11 (15.19) 44.57 (15.92) 40.47 (14.49) .05 .27
Diabetes onset (years) 15.14 (11.18) 15.43 (10.92) 14.94 (11.38) ns
HbA1c (%) 7.75 (.91) 7.61 (.89) 7.85 (.91) ns
Diabetes duration (years) 27.09 (14.44) 29.14 (14.82) 25.71 (14.05) ns
BMI self-report 25.96 (4.13) 26.47 (3.82) 25.63 (4.30) ns
Mode of insulin treatment 56.3% pen
43.3% pump
60.9% pen
38.0% pump
53.4% pen
46.6% pump
  
  1. Data are mean (SD). Significance level (p < .001, .01, and .05) and effect size (ES) estimation (Cohen’s d) is calculated when differences are significant. Ns not statistical significant differences