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Table 2 Characteristics of participants

From: Product experiences of clothing attachment in baby boomers in the United States

IntervieweeGenderBirth yearProfessionRetiredEthnicityStatusChildren
Participant 1Female1949High school teacherYesCaucasianMarried2
Participant 2Female1950Software ProfessionalYesCaucasianEngaged0
Participant 3Male1947EngineerYesCaucasianEngaged3
Participant 4Female1947Psychotherapist, potterYesCaucasianMarried2
Participant 5Female1949Professional educatorYesAfrican AmericanMarried1
Participant 6Female1946EducationYesCaucasianMarried3
Participant 7Male1947Professor at universityYesCaucasianMarried1
Participant 8Female1951Administrative role at universityYesCaucasianMarried0
Participant 9Female1954NutritionistNoCaucasianMarried3
Participant 10Female1947NurseNoCaucasianSingle (Separated)4
Participant 11Male1948Entrepreneur—finance and investmentsNoCaucasianMarried3
Participant 12Female1952Social workerNoCaucasianMarried2
Participant 13Male1947Attorney at lawNoCaucasianMarried3
Participant 14Female1949Social worker, teacherYesAfrican AmericanSingle0
Participant 15Male1949Professor at universityNoCaucasianMarried0
Participant 16Male1952BankerYesLatinMarried2
Participant 17Male1949Social workerNoCaucasian Single (divorced)
Participant 18Male1949Professor at universityYesAsianMarried2