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  • 1 Faculty of Health Sciences, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2 Department of Psychology and Sport Psychology, University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary

ERRATUM: Developments in Health Sciences 2 (2019) 3, pp. 79–85

DOI: 10.1556/2066.2.2019.013

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Table 1.

Participants' characteristics in the total sample and in the groups of males and females

Total sampleMalesFemales
(N = 35)(n = 17)(n = 18)
Age (years)34.62.934.72.534.53.5
Quality of Sleep (PSQI)
Daytime Sleepiness (ESS)
Depression (BDI13)
State-Anxiety (STAI-S)
Trait-Anxiety (STAI-T)
Body Mass Index (BMI)22.52.423.11.821.72.8

SD: standard deviation.

Participants' characteristics

At the baseline of the seven-day procedure

The sample included 35 participants (18 females and 17 males), office employees with a sedentary, inactive lifestyle. The mean age of participants was 34.6 (SD = 2.9). Based on the PSQI-HUN, the sleep quality of participants indicated poor sleep, and participants showed small, non-disruptive daytime sleepiness based on ESS. All participants were in a normal mood state (based on the BDI and the STAI-T/S minimal depression and/or low/moderate state/trait anxiety) and by normal weight (BMI range: 18.90–24.98) (Table 1). There were no statistically significant differences in any variables between males and females.


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