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Table 3 Cross-sectional regression model

From: A longitudinal and cross-sectional examination of the relationship between reasons for choosing a neighbourhood, physical activity and body mass index

Step   R-square Δ Beta T-value p-value
1   .058    
  Gender   -.155 -5.23 .000
  Age   .134 4.44 .000
  Marital status   .025 .833 .405
  Employment status   -.001 -.024 .981
  Education   -.001 -.030 .976
  Activity   -.074 -.2.51 .012
  Fruit and vegetable intake   -.073 -2.50 .012
2   .010    
  Gender   -.146 -4.92 .000
  Age   .130 4.23 .000
  Marital status   .036 1.20 .230
  Employment status   .007 0.22 .822
  Education   -.007 -0.25 .801
  Activity   -.066 -2.25 .028
  Fruit and vegetable intake   -.066 -2.21 .025
  Close to job   -.042 -1.37 .170
  Close to outdoor recreation   -.009 -0.28 .778
  Quality of schools   -.029 -0.94 .350
  Ease of walking   -.029 -0.93 .035
3   .009    
  Gender   -.146 -4.94 .000
  Age   .135 4.41 .000
  Marital status   .042 1.40 .161
  Employment status   .011 0.36 .717
  Education   .006 0.20 .838
  Activity   -.068 -2.28 .023
  Fruit and vegetable intake   -.059 -2.03 .043
  Close to job   -.043 -1.39 .164
  Close to outdoor recreation   -.010 -0.30 .765
  Quality of schools   -.027 -0.86 .393
  Ease of walking   -.061 -1.93 .057
  Neighbourhood walkability   -.051 -1.69 .091
  Neighbourhood SES   -.097 -3.18 .002