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Table 3 Factors associated with likelihood of playing everyday using logistic regression modelling

From: Independent mobility, perceptions of the built environment and children's participation in play, active travel and structured exercise and sport: the PEACH Project

  Boys (n = 631)   Girls (n = 639)  
  OR SE 95%CI P OR SE 95%CI P
  Likelihood of playing everyday
Local-IM 1.58 0.228 1.19-2.10 0.002 1.32 0.204 0.97-1.78 0.076
Area-IM 1.49 0.194 1.16-1.93 0.002 1.47 0.236 1.08-2.02 0.015
Aesthetics 0.90 0.121 0.69-1.17 0.437 1.16 0.180 0.86-1.57 0.312
Nuisance 0.93 0.148 0.68-1.27 0.665 0.56 0.103 0.39-0.80 0.002
Personal safety 0.90 0.183 0.70-1.43 0.991 0.91 0.172 0.62-1.31 0.603
Traffic safety 1.07 0.177 0.78-1.49 0.652 1.63 0.301 1.14-2.34 0.008
Social Norm 1.63 0.312 1.12-2.37 0.010 1.53 0.324 1.01-2.31 0.044
Access (1) 1.30 0.314 0.81-2.08 0.282 0.96 0.242 0.59-1.58 0.887
Accesss (2) 0.88 0.136 0.65-1.19 0.417 1.09 0.195 0.77-1.55 0.626
Playspace 1.08 0.162 0.81-1.45 0.604 1.34 0.239 0.95-1.91 0.092
Constraint 1.09 0.143 0.84-1.41 0.512 1.01 0.128 0.79-1.29 0.952
Distance 0.99 0.001 0.99-1.00 0.845 0.99 0.001 0.99-1.00 0.312
Daylight 0.99 0.001 0.98-1.00 0.982 1.00 0.001 0.99-1.01 0.648
SDSBMI 0.98 0.078 0.85-1.15 0.847 1.01 0.782 0.87-1.18 0.891
IMDscore 1.00 0.001 0.99-1.01 0.800 0.99 0.001 0.99-1.00 0.781
Pubertal status 1.08 0.126 0.86-1.35 0.512 1.11 0.127 0.89-1.39 0.359
  1. SDSBMI: standardised body mass index, IMD: Index of Multiple Deprivation
  2. Reference group: Playing less than everyday
  3. Bold text indicates significant relationship