Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour to Explain Use of Traditional Chinese Medicine among Hong Kong Chinese in Britain

Table 2

Comparison between users and nonusers of TCM in the UK [mean (SD)].

Users ()Nonusers ()Significance of difference95% CI for difference

Chinese cultural attachmenta4.35 (0.39)4.07 (0.61)<0.0010.15 to 0.41
British cultural attachmenta3.54 (0.89)3.57 (0.84)0.875−0.26 to 0.22
Attitudesa3.83 (0.78)3.50 (0.82)<0.010.10 to 0.58
Subjective norms0.51 (0.47)0.43 (0.46)0.23−0.05 to 0.22
Perceived behavioural controla2.75 (0.61)2.51 (0.50)<0.010.08 to 0.39
Self-reported healtha3.71 (0.81)3.59 (0.88)0.32−0.12 to 0.37

; . Scores are from 1 to 5. Higher scores indicate stronger attachment and so forth.