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Table 1 Participant demographic information

From: Assessing physical activity in people with posttraumatic stress disorder: feasibility and concurrent validity of the International Physical Activity Questionnaire– short form and actigraph accelerometers

  Total (n = 59) Excluded* (n = 10) Included (n = 49)
Male gender, n(%) 50 (85%) 7 (70%) 43 (88%)
Age, mean (SD) 49 (12) 48 (12) 51 (12)
Body Mass Index (n = 46)    
   18.5-24 (healthy) 4 (9%) 1 (16%) 3 (8%)
   25-29 (overweight) 22 (48%) 2 (34%) 20 (50%)
   30-39 (obese) 20 (43%) 3 (50%) 17 (42%)
Previous psychiatric admissions, n(%)    
   None 39 (67%) 7 (70%) 32 (65%)
   1-5 12 (20%) 0 12 (23%)
   6-10 3 (5%) 2 (20%) 1 (3%)
   >10 5 (8%) 1 (10%) 4 (9%)
Trauma context    
   Police officer 29 (51%) 7 (70%) 22 (46%)
   Defense 15 (26%) 3 (30%) 14 (28%)
   Motor vehicle accident 13 (23%) 0 13 (26%)
Lower illness severity (HoNOS <21)# 23 (41%) 3 (30%) 21 (45%)
Higher illness severity (HoNOS > =21)# 33 (59%) 7 (70%) 26 (55%)
Years since diagnosis, mean (SD) 2.7 (4.3) 1.7 (2.5) 2.9 (4.6)
Current smoker 16 (27%) 5 (50%) 11 (22%)
Benzodiazepam use (sedative) 19 (32%) 4 (40%) 15 (31%)
  1. *Excluded from analysis due to < 3 days of valid accelerometer data or missing IPAQ-SF.
  2. #n = 56 due to missing data.