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The authors point out that in the methods section of the original article, the following sentence has been corrected. Please note the correct sentence:
We conducted descriptive and inferential analysis with IBM®SPSS®Statistics Version 25 (IBM Corporation, Ar-monk, NY, USA) and Microsoft Excel 2016 using pairwise deletion.
This work was supported by the German Innovation Fund of the Joint Federal Committee (G‑BA) [grant number 01VSF17032].
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