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Table 3 Frequency of dizziness trigger and probability of endorsement of each item given latent class membership

From: Differential diagnosis of dizziness after a sports-related concussion based on descriptors and triggers: an observational study

   Probability of “yes” response given latent class (SE)
Question asked of the participants Yes, n (%) Visual triggers Visual and movement triggers Undefined triggers
Sitting still with no movement 11 (13) .04 (.05) .12 (.06) .20 (.08)
Looking at a computera 53 (65) .94 (.06) .99 (.02) .02 (.05)
Watching televisionb 43 (51) .85 (.09) .74 (.08) .01 (.02)
Readingc 50 (63) .54 (.12) .92 (.06) .35 (.09)
With your eyes closed 13 (15) .00 (.01) .31 (.08) .07 (.05)
Looking up towards the skyd 23 (28) .05 (.06) .54 (.09) .14 (.07)
Bending down towards the floor 34 (40) .01 (.02) .76 (.09) .28 (.08)
Turn your head left and rightd 21 (25) .06 (.06) .45 (.09) .17 (.07)
Roll over in bed 47 (55) .21 (.12) .84 (.06) .46 (.09)
Ride in a car 30 (35) .19 (.09) .52 (.09) .25 (.08)
When you move quickly or when things move quickly around you 70 (82) .77 (.10) .91 (.05) .76 (.08)
  1. a3 missing values
  2. b2 missing values
  3. c5 missing values
  4. d1 missing values