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Table 2 Significant differences of psychomotor skills between Group 1 (Fmax = < 180 N) and Group 2 (Fmax > 180 N)

From: Correlation of psychomotor findings and the ability to partially weight bear

Parameter Mean Mean p*
  Group 1 Group 2  
Fmax [N] 96.4 288.4 <.001
SD Fmax [N] 33.0 51.5 .001
Percentage body weight 13.9 37.3 <.001
Age 40.1 55.3 .013
Body weight [N] 696 802 .026
aiming errors right 13.7 34.0 .002
aiming error duration right [s] 1.75 6.15 .001
inserting short pins right [s] 49.02 62.91 .004
steadiness errors left 18.30 40.10 .003
line tracking total duration left [s] 31.42 21.06 .005
inserting short pins left [s] 55.20 71.09 .007
aiming errors right bh 1.3 3.5 .004
aiming error duration right bh [s] 0.18 0.46 .006
steadiness errors right bh 20.5 35.8 .002
steadiness error duration right bh [s] 3.69 8.02 .007
inserting short pins right bh [s] 79.40 103.75 .006
inserting short pins left bh [s] 80.44 104.45 .006
tapping right bh 167.9 140.2 .001
tapping left bh 162.6 136.5 .004
  1. CC: Correlation Coefficient, bh: both hands simultaneously
  2. *Bold numbers: p < 0.01