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Table 4 Linear regression analysis of the social ecological factors associated with mother’s leisure time physical activity

From: Social ecological factors associated with physical activity and screen time amongst mothers from disadvantaged neighbourhoods over three years

  Model 1a Model 2b
β (95%CI) β (95%CI)
Intrapersonal
 PA enjoyment 0.20 0.11,0.28*** 0.19 0.09,0.28***
 Outcome expectations 0.33 0.16,0.50*** 0.28 0.10,0.46*
 Self-efficacy 0.41 0.27,0.55*** 0.43 0.29,0.57***
 Behaviour Intentions 0.76 0.37,1.16*** 0.69 0.27,1.11*
 Behaviour skill 0.74 0.43,1.04*** 0.72 0.39,1.06***
Social
 Childcare 1.00 0.02,1.98* 0.44 −0.49,1.36
 Social support: family/spouse 0.23 −0.03,0.49 0.27 − 0.01,0.53
 Social support: friends/work colleagues 0.54 0.28,0.80*** 0.56 0.29,0.84***
Environment
 Cohesion 0.35 0.13,0.57* 0.34 0.09,0.58*
 Safety 0.06 −0.15,0.28 0.04 − 0.17,0.24
 Aesthetics 0.25 0.01,0.49* 0.22 −0.02,0.46
 Walkability 0.18 −0.53,0.31* 0.14 −0.00,0.28
 No. of TVsc −0.29 −0.80,0.22 − 0.69 −1.23,-0.16*
  1. Notes: * p = <.05, ** p = ≤.001, *** p = .0001; β coefficient, 95% CI Confident intervals
  2. aadjusted for baseline variable and clustering by neighbourhoods
  3. badjusted for age, education, number of children, BMI, baseline variable and clustering by neighbourhoods; PA Physical activity, cNumber of television sets per household