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Table 3 Factors associated with vegetable preferencea

From: The relationship between appetite and food preferences in British and Australian children

  Unstandardized Beta (SE) Standardized Beta (SE) p value R2 sr2
GEMINI (n = 1044)b      
 Enjoyment of Food .204 (.031) .202 (.031) <.001 .071 .039
 Food Responsiveness .027 (.026) .033 (.031) .294 .033 .000
 Satiety Responsiveness -.182 (.030) -.189 (.031) <.001 .066 .033
 Slowness in Eating -.092 (.029) -.097 (.031) .002 .041 .009
 Food Fussiness -.267 (.026) -.302 (.029) <.001 .122 .089
NOURISH (n = 167)      
 Enjoyment of Food .544 (.092) .426 (.072) <.001 .240 .168
 Food Responsiveness .142 (.102) .113 (.082) .167 .086 .004
 Satiety Responsiveness -.486 (.110) -.335 (.076) <.001 .177 .101
 Slowness in Eating -.357 (.088) -.304 (.075) <.001 .163 .088
 Food Fussiness -.632 (.066) -.604 (.063) <.001 .415 .340
  1. aModels adjusted for covariates as defined in Table 1 including sex, milk feeding method, age at first solids, maternal education, maternal fruit intake, maternal vegetable intake, BMI Z-score [36] and age at anthropometric measurements
  2. bModels also adjusted for parity and gestational age (GEMINI sample only) Significant values (at an alpha level of p < 0.05) are bolded