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Table 2 Participant demographics (n = 279)

From: INSIGHT responsive parenting intervention and infant feeding practices: randomized clinical trial

  RP
(n = 140)
Control
(n = 139)
Infant
 Male sex, N (%) 75 (53.6) 69 (49.6)
 Gestational age (weeks), mean (SD) 39.6 (1.2) 39.5 (1.1)
 Birth weight (kg), mean (SD) 3.40 (0.43) 3.46 (0.43)
 Birth length (cm), mean (SD) 50.9 (2.4) 51.0 (2.1)
Mother
 Age (years), mean (SD) 28.7 (4.6) 28.7 (4.9)
 Pre-pregnancy BMI, mean (SD) 25.5 (5.0) 25.3 (5.6)
 Gestational weight gain (kg), mean (SD) 15.6 (6.4) 15.0 (6.0)
 Diabetes during pregnancy, N (%) 6 (4.3) 13 (9.4)
 Smoked during pregnancy, N (%) 12 (8.6) 9 (6.5)
Race, N (%)
 Black 10 (7.1) 7 (5.0)
 White 122 (87.1) 127 (91.4)
 Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 1 (0.7) 0 (0)
 Asian 5 (3.6) 4 (2.9)
 Other 2 (1.4) 1 (0.7)
Ethnicity, N (%)
 Hispanic/Latino 12 (8.6) 7 (5.0)
Marital status, N (%)
 Married 102 (72.9) 108 (77.7)
 Not married, living with partner 25 (17.9) 19 (13.7)
 Single 12 (8.6) 12 (8.6)
 Divorced/separated 1 (0.7) 0 (0)
Annual household income, N (%)
  < $10,000 6 (4.3) 5 (3.6)
 $10,000–$24,999 10 (7.1) 10 (7.2)
 $25,000–$49,999 5 (3.6) 23 (16.6)
 $50,000–$74,999 46 (32.9) 26 (18.7)
 $75,000–$99,999 32 (22.9) 23 (16.6)
 $100,000 or more 32 (22.9) 43 (30.9)
 Do not know or refuse to answer 9 (6.4) 9 (6.4)
Education, N (%)
 HS graduate or less 16 (11.4) 16 (11.5)
 Some college 37 (26.4) 36 (25.9)
 College graduate 48 (34.3) 52 (37.4)
 Graduate degree + 39 (27.9) 35 (25.2)