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Table 4 Demographic information across samples

From: Examining the factorial validity of the Quality of Life Scale

 Full Sample (n = 1036)Physically Active – Healthy (n = 151)Physically Active – Injured (n = 470)Musculoskeletal Pain & Comorbidity (n = 284)Osteoarthritis (n = 131)
Sex
 Male387 (37.4)82 (54.3)240 (51.1)44 (15.5)21 (16.0)
 Female641 (61.9)69 (45.7)229 (48.7)236 (83.1)107 (81.7)
 Other3 (0.3)0 (0.0)0 (0.0)2 (0.7)1 (0.8)
 Unknown5 (0.5)0 (0.0)1 (0.2)2 (0.7)2 (1.5)
Age (years)33.87 ± 15.7324.28 ± 8.1824.28 ± 9.4846.07 ± 12.1053.93 ± 9.37
Activity Level21
 Inactive142 (13.7)3 (2.0)31 (6.6)81 (28.5)27(20.6)
 Low294 (28.4)16 (10.6)89 (18.9)126 (44.4)63(48.1)
 Medium291 (28.1)53 (35.1)146 (31.1)61 (21.5)31(23.7)
 High302 (29.2)78 (51.7)203 (43.2)13 (4.6)8(6.1)
 Unknown7 (0.7)1 (0.7)1 (0.2)3 (1.1)2 (1.5)
  1. Data is presented as number of individuals (% of total in sample). Age is given as mean ± SD. Activity levels are based on definitions of the US Department of Health and Human Services21