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Interference with Social Activities

Data Set 2: Gender Based Differences in Tinnitus Related Data Summaries

Overall Sample Number: 873

Number of patients responding to this item: 333sample subset.gif: When the sample size for the current analysis is substantially (more than 10%) smaller than the total number of patients in the database, this will appear to flag that fact.

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HOW MUCH INTERFERENCE DOES TINNITUS CAUSE YOU FOR THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES?
                      NONE        SLIGHT       MODERATE    A GREAT DEAL OF
                               INTERFERENCE  INTERFERENCE   INTERFERENCE
A. WORK ACTIVITIES   ______       ______        ______         ______
B. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ______       ______        ______         ______
C. OVERALL ENJOYMENT ______       ______        ______         ______

INTERFERENCE WITH SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Males Females All
N Column % N Column % N Column %
None 43 14.4 18 18.6 52 15.6
Slight interference 55 23.3 22 22.7 77 23.1
Moderate interference 85 36.0 36 37.1 121 36.3
Great deal of interference 62 26.3 21 21.6 83 24.9
Column Total* 236 100.0 97 100.0 333 100.0
χ2 (3) = 1.382, p = .709
* Responses to this item were not available from patients prior to May 1986, the date when this item was first added to the questionnaire.
Interference with Social Activities
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