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Table 2 Characteristics of the participants

From: Influence of psychiatric or social backgrounds on clinical decision making: a randomized, controlled multi-centre study

 Scenario set 1 (n = 102)Scenario set 2 (n = 105)
Age (years), median (IQR)28 (26–29)28 (26–29)
Men, No. (%)71 (70%)75 (71%)
Postgraduate year, median (IQR)2 (1–3)2 (1–3)
 Transitional resident, No. (%)70 (71%)69 (67%)
 Senior resident, No. (%)29 (29%)34 (33%)
Specialty
 Transitional resident, No. (%)73 (71%)71 (67%)
 Internal medicine, No. (%)21 (21%)25 (24%)
 Emergency medicine, No. (%)8 (8%)9 (9%)
Hospital
 Tokyo Bay Medical Centre, No. (%)18 (18%)21 (20%)
 Chiba University, No. (%)14 (14%)20 (19%)
 Tsukuba University, No. (%)17 (17%)15 (14%)
 Kyorin University, No. (%)32 (31%)28 (27%)
 St. Marianna University, No. (%)21 (20%)21 (20%)
Rotation in psychiatry, No. (%)39 (38%)45 (43%)
Just after night shift, No. (%)18 (18%)20 (19%)
Total EQ score, mean (SD)4.2 (0.63)4.2 (0.63)
 Well-being, mean (SD)4.5 (1.0)4.5 (0.90)
 Self-control, mean (SD)4.0 (0.84)4.0 (0.78)
 Emotionality, mean (SD)4.4 (0.71)4.3 (0.78)
 Sociability, mean (SD)4.0 (0.83)3.9 (0.77)
  1. IQR interquartile range, EQ emotional quotient, SD standard deviation