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Table 2 Descriptive table of demographic, independent / predictor and dependent/ outcome variables in a survey of 243 Australian chiropractic students

From: Who are the chiropractic students favouring a limitless scope of practice? Exploring the relationship with personality, magical thinking, and academic achievement

Variables N (%) Mean (SD); Median
Males 122 (50)  
Females 117 (48)
Missing 4 (2)
Age: Range 19–49   24.2 (SD 4.7); 23.00
Year of Program N (Response % of year total)  
1 year Excluded
2 year 84 (78%)
3 year 77 (90%)
4 year 43 (66%)
5 year 35 (56%)
Missing 4
ChiroCon score N (%)  
0 19 (8)
1 29 (12)
2 60 (25)
3 28 (12)
4 27 (11)
5 33 (14)
6 17 (7)
7 11 (5)
8 7 (3)
9 3 (1)
10 6 (3)
Missing 3 (1)
ChiroCon Groups based on scores  
Group 1 (scores 0–2) 108 (44)
Group 2 (scores 3–5) 88 (36)
Group 3 (scores 6,7) 28 (12)
Group 4 (scores 8–10) 16 (7)
Missing 3 (1.2)
Intolerance of uncertainty (IU12)
Minimum score 13, maximum 56
  30.01 (SD 8.41); 29.00
Normal score group (13–36) 170 (71.4)
High score group (37–56) 68 (28.6)
Missing 5
Academic ability (ATAR)
Minimum 0—maximum 100
Missing
69 83.75 (SD 9.22); 85.00
Magical Health Beliefs (MHB)
Minimum 10 – maximum 46
  24.65 (SD 7.49); 25.00
Low group (10–25) 124 (53.7)
High group (26–46) 107 (46.3)
Missing 12
Limitless Scope of Practice (LLSoP)
Prevent future spinal disorders
  
No 169 (70%)
Yes 73 (30%)
Missing 1
Prevent future diseases  
No 207 (86%)
Yes 34 (14%)
Missing 2