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Table 5 Cross-lagged panel models of child body mass index (BMI) and sedentary time (%SED)

From: Longitudinal effects of parental, child and neighborhood factors on moderate-vigorous physical activity and sedentary time in Latino children

Dependent variable Independent variable Coefficient T-value P-value
BMI at FU1 Gender 0.352 -2.07 0.04
  Age 0.197 1.95 0.05
  Pubertal status 0.029 0.09 0.93
  BMI (at baseline) 1.055 53.7 0.0001
  %SED (at baseline) 0.018 1.66 0.10
  %SED (at baseline in girls) 0.002 0.14 0.89
  %SED (at baseline in boys) 0.038 -2.56 0.01
BMI at FU2 Gender 0.025 0.13 0.89
  Age 0.004 0.03 0.97
  Pubertal status 0.322 1.04 0.30
  BMI (at FU1) 1.06 53.3 0.0001
  %SED (at FU1) 0.005 0.47 0.64
%SED at FU1 Gender 10.6 -2.25 0.03
  Age 2.61 3.39 0.001
  Pubertal status 1.41 0.68 0.50
  BMI (at baseline) 0.050 0.35 0.73
  BMI (at baseline in girls) 0.216 1.31 0.20
  BMI (at baseline in boys) 0.316 1.55 0.13
  %SED (at baseline) 0.351 5.06 0.0001
%SED at FU2 Gender 1.74 1.53 0.13
  Age 0.821 1.18 0.24
  Pubertal status -3.40 1.69 0.10
  BMI (at FU1) 0.287 2.19 0.03
  %SED (at FU1) 0.334 5.32 0.0001
  %SED (at FU1 in girls) 0.458 5.07 0.0001
  %SED (at FU1 in boys) 0.209 2.40 0.02
  1. Abbreviations: BMIbody mass index,FU1Follow-up 1-year,%SEDtime,FU2, Follow-up 2-years.