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Figure 3: Comparing mean total scores of knowledge, attitude, and practice toward food poisoning between different levels of education among food handlers (FH), n (male) = 21; n (female) = 32. Comparison cannot be made between levels of education among dietetic students (DS), n = 53, because all of them came from the same level of higher education. Independent t-test performed found no significant difference for any of the variables

Figure 3: Comparing mean total scores of knowledge, attitude, and practice toward food poisoning between different levels of education among food handlers (FH), <i>n</i> (male) = 21; <i>n</i> (female) = 32. Comparison cannot be made between levels of education among dietetic students (DS), <i>n</i> = 53, because all of them came from the same level of higher education. Independent <i>t</i>-test performed found no significant difference for any of the variables