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Table 2 Task performance between pathological gamblers group and control group

From: Impulsivity and pathological gambling: Is it a state or a trait problem?

  PG (n= 37) Control (n= 40)
  Mean (SD) Mean (SD)
Stroop   
   Color-Dot (D) Accuracy (%) 99.89 (0.69) 100.00 (0.00)
   Color-Word (C) Accuracy (%) 97.63 (3.87) 96.98 (5.50)
   Color-Dot (D) Reaction Time (sec) 15.26 (9.58) 12.59 (4.37)
   Color-Word (C) Reaction Time (sec) 27.13 (10.18) 23.80 (7.50)
ECT   
   Congruent Accuracy (%) 92 (0.06) 90 (0.14)
   Congruent Reaction Time (msec) 605.69 (67.66) 585.67 (84.40)
   Incongruent Accuracy (%) 80 (0.15) 83 (0.16)
   Incongruent Reaction Time (msec) 641.07 (67.13) 616.93 (83.98)
BIS-11 Total Scorea 72.90 (9.50) 61.70 (6.23)
   Attentional Keyb 19.86 (3.61) 18.05 (2.36)
   Motor Keya 22.95 (3.79) 20.25 (3.54)
   Non-Planning Keya 29.27 (5.33) 26.13 (4.23)
  1. PG = pathological gambling group; Control = control group. BIS-11 = Barratt Impulsiveness Scale Version 11; ECT = Emotional Conflict Task; Stroop = Stroop Color and Word Test; sec = seconds; msec = milliseconds.aSignificant group difference found between pathological gambling group and control group by ANCOVA, P < 0.01.bSignificant group difference found between pathological gambling group and control group by ANCOVA, P < 0.05.