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Table 3 Frequency and proportion of concussion reporting intention responses, stratified by sample characteristic

From: Concussion knowledge, attitudes and reporting intention among adult competitive Muay Thai kickboxing athletes: a cross-sectional study

Characteristic Frequency (%)
Correct Neutral Incorrect
Sex
 Male 86 (69.9%) 17 (13.8%) 20 (16.3%)
 Female 48 (68.6%) 9 (12.9%) 13 (18.6%)
Age    
 18–24 years 19 (57.6%) 9 (27.3%) 5 (15.2%)
 25–34 years 73 (68.2%) 17 (15.9%) 17 (15.9%)
 35–44 years 36 (78.3%) 0 (0%) 10 (21.7%)
 ≥45 years 6 (85.7%) 0 (0%) 1 (14.3%)
Level
 Amateur 125 (69.8%) 24 (13.4%) 30 (16.8%)
 Professional 9 (64.3%) 2 (14.3%) 3 (21.4%)
Training experience
 0–2 years 10 (50%) 5 (25%) 5 (25%)
 3–5 years 47 (63.5%) 15 (20.3%) 12 (16.2%)
 6–9 years 49 (77.8%) 5 (7.9%) 9 (14.3%)
 ≥10 years 22 (73.3%) 1 (3.3%) 7 (23.3%)
Fight experience    
 0–2 fights 24 (64.9%) 3 (13.5%) 8 (21.6%)
 3–5 fights 37 (71.2%) 9 (17.3%) 6 (11.5%)
 6–9 fights 25 (71.4%) 5 (14.3%) 5 (14.3%)
 ≥10 fights 42 (71.2%) 7 (11.9%) 10 (16.9%)
History of diagnosed concussion
 Yes 27 (71.1%) 2 (5.3%) 9 (23.7%)
 No 107 (69.0%) 24 (15.5%) 24 (15.5%)
History of suspected concussiona
 Yes 81 (72.3%) 13 (11.6%) 18 (16.1%)
 No 52 (65.0%) 13 (16.3%) 15 (18.8%)
  1. aOne response missing