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Table 6 Stages of change scores and TTM questionnaire scores for patients with bronchiectasis

From: Sedentary behaviour and physical activity in bronchiectasis: a cross-sectional study

Stage of change:  
Stage 1 pre-contemplation [%] 4 [7]
Stage 2 contemplation [%] 6 [11]
Stage 3 preparation [%] 20 [36]
Stage 4 action [%] 3 [6]
Stage 5 maintenance [%] 22 [40]
Marcus’s self-efficacy:  
(1–5, 1 not at all confident to 5 very confident in being active)  
When tired 2.27 (0.95)
When in a bad mood 2.96 (1.19)
When do not have time 2.53 (1.07)
When on vacation 3.35 (1.22)
When raining/snowing 2.33 (1.25)
When having respiratory symptoms 1.65 (0.97)
Mean of all 6 self-efficacy domains 2.52 (0.48)
Marcus’s decisional balance:  
(scores > 0 indicate perceptions of more benefits than barriers in being active, scores < 0 indicate perceptions of more barriers than benefits in being active)  
Pros (1–5, higher scores perceive more benefits in being active) 3.53 (0.93)
Cons (1–5, higher scores perceive more barriers in being active) 2.62 (0.75)
Overall decisional balance score (difference between pros minus cons) 0.91 (1.01)
Marcus’s processes of change:  
(1–5, higher scores indicate greater usage of strategies to become more active)  
Cognitive Processes  
Increasing knowledge 2.49 (0.81)
Being aware of risks 2.35 (1.01)
Caring about consequences to others 2.52 (1.04)
Comprehending benefits 3.16 (1.01)
Increasing healthy opportunities 2.34 (0.94)
Cognitive processes mean 2.57 (0.78)
Behavioural Processes  
Substituting alternatives 2.99 (0.98)
Enlisting social support 2.40 (0.93)
Rewarding oneself 2.44 (0.94)
Committing oneself 3.07 (0.95)
Reminding oneself 1.92 (0.72)
Behavioural processes mean 2.56 (0.70)
  1. Results are Mean (SD) or Frequency [%].