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Table 1 Student's t-tests for GPs’ sociodemographic status, professional experience and qualifications

From: Perceptions about mental illness among general practitioners

  t df p value Mean differences Standard error differences 95% confidence interval
Lower limit Upper limit
D1: Relationship
 Gender − 1.739 140 0.084 − 0.626 0.360 − 1.338 0.086
 Years in the current place of work − 0.074 91 0.941 − 0.033 0.443 − 0.912 0.846
 Specialisation training as a GP 0.882 137 0.379 0.324 0.368 − 0.403 1.501
 Accredited training as a tutors 0.515 140 0.607 0.194 0.377 − 0.552 0.941
 To have any residential training students 0.589 140 0.557 0.221 0.374 − 0.519 0.960
 Size of patient list − 2.139 140 0.034 − 0.780 0.365 − 1.500 − 0.059
D2: Beliefs
 Gender 0.882 140 0.379 0.224 0.254 − 0.278 726
 Years in the current place of work 1.558 91 0.123 0.504 0.323 − 0.139 1.146
 Specialisation training as a GP − 1.462 137 0.146 − 0.372 0.255 − 0.876 0.131
 Accredited training as a tutors − 1.264 140 0.208 − 0.332 0.263 − 0.852 0.187
 To have any residential training students − 1.736 140 0.085 − 0.450 0.259 − 0.963 0.063
 Size of patient list 1.391 140 0.166 0.358 0.257 − 0.151 0.867
D3: Training
 Gender 0.585 143 0.559 1.307 2.232 − 3.105 5.718
 Years in the current place of work − 1.419 93 0.159 − 3.896 2.746 − 9.348 1.557
 Specialisation training as a GP − 0.413 140 0.680 − 0.936 2.265 − 5.414 3.543
 Accredited training as a tutors − 1.285 143 0.201 − 2.982 2.321 − 7.570 1.606
 To have any residential training students − 1.109 142 0.269 − 2.115 1.907 − 5.885 1.654
 Size of patient list 1.635 143 0.107 4.466 2.731 − 1.002 9.933