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Table 2 Consideration of future consequences (CFC), impulsivity, and emotional eating scores in 39,771 participants (NutriNet-Santé study, 2014)

From: Impulsivity and consideration of future consequences as moderators of the association between emotional eating and body weight status

GENDER CFC Emotional eating score Impulsivity Emotional eating score
Median (Interquartile range) P1 Median (Interquartile range) P1
WOMEN CFC Tertile 1 2.33 (1.67–3.00) <.0001 Impulsivity Tertile 1 2.00 (1.33–2.67) <.0001
CFC Tertile 2 2.17 (1.67–2.83) Impulsivity Tertile 2 2.17 (1.67–2.83)
CFC Tertile 3 2.17 (1.50–2.83) Impulsivity Tertile 3 2.33 (1.83–3.00)
MEN CFC Tertile 1 1.67 (1.00–2.17) .78 Impulsivity Tertile 1 1.50 (1.00–2.00) <.0001
CFC Tertile 2 1.67 (1.17–2.17) Impulsivity Tertile 2 1.67 (1.17–2.17)
CFC Tertile 3 1.67 (1.00–2.17) Impulsivity Tertile 3 1.83 (1.17–2.50)
  1. Emotional eating score ranges from 1 to 4
  2. CFC-12 Consideration of Future Consequences scale, high CFC-12 scores indicate a high level of future orientation
  3. BIS-11 Barratt Impulsiveness Scale (11th version), high BIS-11 scores indicate a high level of impulsivity
  4. The three categories of CFC-12 and BIS-11 were calculated according to tertiles of the total score
  5. 1p-values are based on Kruskal-Wallis tests (corrected for multiple testing with a Holm-Bonferroni procedure)