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Re-conceptualizing interruptions in physician-patient interview: Co-operative and intrusive
Unformatted Document Text:  Interruption Patterns 18 groups. MANOVA showed a significant role by gender combination interaction in co-operative interruption, F (1,56) = 4.50, p < .05, η 2 = .07. The mean scores of co-operative interruption remained similar for the physicians in the M/M and M/F groups but changed dramatically for the patients (see Figure 1). ---------------------------------------------- Insert Figure 1 about here ----------------------------------------------- As shown in Figure 1, female patients exhibited more co-operative interruptions than male patients. No significant role by gender combination interaction was found in intrusive and unsuccessful scores. Intercorrelations among Physician Demographic Variables and Interruption Patterns As shown in Table 2, there is a positive correlation between the number of years of being a physician and professional satisfaction, r (30) = .86, p < .01. Table 2 also showed positive correlations between a physicians’ age and his enjoyment in the profession as well as the length of the interview. No significant correlations were found between a physician’s age, number of years being in the profession, professional satisfaction, length of interview and their interruption patterns (Table 2). _______________________________ Insert Table 2 about here ----------------------------------------------- Intercorrelations among Patient Demographic Variables and Interruption Patterns As shown in Table 3, there was a significant correlation ( r (30) = .42, p < .05) between the education level of a patient and his or her health status. Better educated patients tended to be

Authors: Li, Han., Krysko, Michael., Desroches, Naghmeh. and Deagle, George.
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Interruption Patterns
18
groups.
MANOVA showed a significant role by gender combination interaction in co-operative
interruption, F (1,56) = 4.50, p < .05,
η
2
= .07. The mean scores of co-operative interruption
remained similar for the physicians in the M/M and M/F groups but changed dramatically for the
patients (see Figure 1).
----------------------------------------------
Insert Figure 1 about here
-----------------------------------------------
As shown in Figure 1, female patients exhibited more co-operative interruptions than
male patients. No significant role by gender combination interaction was found in intrusive and
unsuccessful scores.
Intercorrelations among Physician Demographic Variables and Interruption Patterns
As shown in Table 2, there is a positive correlation between the number of years of being
a physician and professional satisfaction, r (30) = .86, p < .01. Table 2 also showed positive
correlations between a physicians’ age and his enjoyment in the profession as well as the length
of the interview. No significant correlations were found between a physician’s age, number of
years being in the profession, professional satisfaction, length of interview and their interruption
patterns (Table 2).
_______________________________
Insert Table 2 about here
-----------------------------------------------
Intercorrelations among Patient Demographic Variables and Interruption Patterns
As shown in Table 3, there was a significant correlation ( r (30) = .42, p < .05) between
the education level of a patient and his or her health status. Better educated patients tended to be


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