Table 3

Comparison of significances and means of groups
pre retro post
St. Sigr Sigp me Sige Sigp mr Sige Sigr mp
1) .512 < .001 3.794 .512 < .001 3.714 < .001 < .001 4.512
2) .225 < .001 3.512 .225 < .001 3.686 < .001 < .001 4.410
3) 1.00 < .001 3.410 1.00 < .001 3.456 < .001 < .001 4.315
4) .030 < .001 2.282 .030 < .001 2.714 < .001 < .001 3.769
5) .571 < .001 3.076 .571 < .001 3.294 < .001 < .001 4.156
6) .023 < .001 2.923 .023 < .001 3.342 < .001 < .001 4.290
7) .160 < .001 2.948 .160 < .001 3.323 < .001 < .001 4.210

The first column statement (St.) shows the index number of the used statements that were introduced in chapter evaluation design. Columns Sig{e, r, p} show computed p-values of the paired t-test for pre (Sige), retro (Sigr) and post (Sigp) groups. Columns m{e, r, p} show the computed mean values of self-reports according to statements 1-7 (see Table 1).

Hannig et al.

Hannig et al. BMC Medical Education 2012 12:104   doi:10.1186/1472-6920-12-104

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