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Table 3 Number of physicians (%) who would spend additional medical resources

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

Patient impression (Likert scale)Unfavourable (1–2)Neutral (3)Favourable (4–5)p value*
Case A
 Q124 (72%)106 (80%)33 (89%)0.20
 Q221 (64%)79 (60%)25 (68%)0.67
 Q315 (45%)79 (60%)28 (76%)<  0.05
 Q422 (67%)79 (60%)26 (70%)0.45
Case B
 Q136 (84%)106 (89%)39 (98%)0.08
 Q238 (88%)113 (95%)37 (93%)0.37
 Q333 (77%)96 (81%)34 (85%)0.63
 Q427 (63%)63 (53%)29 (73%)0.07
Case C
 Q120 (63%)102 (79%)34 (83%)0.10
 Q28 (25%)65 (50%)20 (49%)<  0.05
 Q315 (47%)95 (74%)26 (63%)<  0.05
 Q417 (53%)64 (50%)24 (59%)0.60
Case D
 Q135 (97%)129 (97%)33 (100%)0.40
 Q22 (6%)24 (18%)12 (36%)<  0.01
 Q311 (31%)62 (47%)15 (45%)0.21
 Q429 (81%)128 (96%)28 (85%)<  0.01
Case E
 Q135 (95%)127 (94%)29 (97%)0.84
 Q217 (46%)85 (63%)24 (80%)<  0.05
 Q310 (27%)58 (43%)16 (53%)0.08
 Q410 (27%)72 (53%)16 (53%)<  0.05
Case F
 Q132 (58%)94 (72%)13 (81%)0.10
 Q237 (67%)97 (74%)13 (81%)0.46
 Q311 (20%)31 (24%)5 (31%)0.64
 Q419 (35%)76 (58%)11 (69%)<  0.01
Case G
 Q122 (92%)130 (98%)45 (98%)0.26
 Q221 (88%)128 (97%)43 (93%)0.17
 Q38 (33%)38 (29%)6 (13%)0.06
 Q414 (58%)97 (73%)29 (63%)0.20
Case H
 Q158 (97%)124 (100%)18 (100%)0.09
 Q214 (23%)47 (38%)10 (56%)<  0.05
 Q328 (47%)84 (68%)13 (72%)<  0.05
 Q416 (27%)59 (48%)15 (83%)<  0.01
  1. *: the statistical analysis was performed using the χ2 test