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Table 3 Sample characteristics according to different religious profiles

From: Patterns of religiosity and spirituality of psychiatrists in Brazil and the implications for clinical practice: a latent profile analysis

  Class 1 (n = 245)
Less religious
Class 2 (n = 347)
More religious
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Sociodemographics and professional data
 Age (years; mean, SD) 48.54 (11.95) 47.54 (11.46) 0.313b
 Sex (female; %, n) 33.5% (82) 44.7% (155) 0.006a
 Civil status (married; %, n) 73.4% (177) 68.7% (237) 0.473a
 Education (Phd + post-doc; %, n) 28.0% (68) 17.7% (61) 0.001a
 Years as a psychiatrist (years; mean, SD) 21.79 (11.75) 19.82 (11.53) 0.044b
Religious characteristics
 Religious affiliation (none; %,n) 69.3% (169) 8.4% (29) 0.000a
 R/S medical formation (mean, SD) 2.47 (1.14) 3.37 (0.81) 0.000b
 R/S psychiatrist formation (mean, SD) 2.39 (1.09) 3.36 (0.80) 0.000b
 R/S affects patient decision (mean, SD) 3.01 (0.87) 3.36 (0.78) 0.000b
 R/S affects patient’s well-being (mean, S D) 3.29 (0.78) 3.75 (0.47) 0.000b
 R/S approach (mean, SD) 3.06 (0.97) 3.33 (0.78) 0.000b
  1. aChi-square test
  2. bANOVA test
  3. Bold: significant correlations