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Table 4 Factors associated with fruit 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 .193 (.033) .179 (.031) <.001 .078 .031
 Food Responsiveness .052 (.027) .059 (.031) .056 .039 .003
 Satiety Responsiveness -.135 (.032) -.132 (.031) <.001 .063 .016
 Slowness in Eating -.089 (.031) -.088 (.031) .005 .055 .007
 Food Fussiness -.242 (.028) -.257 (.030) <.001 .112 .065
NOURISH (n = 167)      
 Enjoyment of Food .374 (.077) .363 (.075) <.001 .185 .122
 Food Responsiveness .147 (.083) .145 (.082) .078 .082 .018
 Satiety Responsiveness -.281 (.092) -.240 (.079) .003 .115 .052
 Slowness in Eating -.109 (.074) -.115 (.079) .102 .076 .012
 Food Fussiness -.428 (.058) -.507 (.069) <.001 .303 .239
  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)
  3. Significant values (at an alpha level of p < 0.05) are bolded