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Table 1 The mean (SD) of age, anthropometric measurements, and the eating behavior scores of good and poor sleeper students

From: Could emotional eating act as a mediator between sleep quality and food intake in female students?

  Total (n = 150) Good sleepers (n = 37) Poor sleepers (n = 113) p
Mean (SD) Mean (SD) Mean (SD)  
Age (year) 15.56 (1.66) 15.73 (1.26) 15.51 (1.77) NS
Weight (kg) 60.26 (8.20) 59.44 (8.56) 60.53 (8.11) NS
Height (cm) 161.70 (5.82) 160.06 (6.69) 162.25 (5.43) NS
Body mass index (kg/m2) 23.02 (5.80) 23.16 (2.85) 22.97 (2.80) NS
Emotional eating score 10.61 (5.28) 8.27 (4.35) 11.38 (5.34) 0.01
PSQI score 6.73 (2.88) 3.14 (0.92) 7.91 (2.26) < 0.001
Energy (Kcal/d) 2024 (415.61) 1949.32 (355.58) 2049.43 (432.05) NS
Carbohydrate (% of total energy) 57.65 (5.60) 58.09 (5.30) 57.51 (5.72) NS
Protein (% of total energy) 14.73 (2.44) 15.36 (2.61) 14.52 (2.36) NS
Fat (% of total energy) 28.99 (5.67) 27.96 (4.81) 29.33 (5.91) NS
  1. p- value based on Independent Samples T-Test
  2. NS Not Significant
  3. PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index