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Table 6 Linear regression analysis of the social ecological factors associated with mother’s screen time

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 −0.11 − 0.20,− 0.01* -0.01 −0.13,0.11
 Outcome expectations −0.24 −0.46,-0.02* − 0.14 −0.37,0.08
 Self-efficacy −0.25 −0.44,-0.06* − 0.17 −0.37,0.26
 Behaviour Intentions −0.49 −0.98,-0.01* − 0.27 −0.79,0.26
 Behaviour skill −0.03 −0.44,0.37 0.06 −0.37,0.48
Social
 Childcare 1.08 −0.25,2.41 0.73 −0.71,2.17
 Social support: family/spouse −0.37 −0.70,-0.04* − 0.26 −0.61,0.09
 Social support: friends/work colleagues 0.01 −0.36,0.37 0.08 −0.32,0.48
Environment
 Cohesion −0.33 −0.63,-0.03* − 0.29 −0.64,0.05
 Safety −0.15 −0.46,0.16 − 0.15 −0.50,0.20
 Aesthetics −0.15 −0.45,0.15 − 0.13 −0.46,0.21
 Walkability −0.09 −0.26,0.08 − 0.07 −0.24,0.11
 No. of TVsc 1.12 −0.23,2.02* 0.60 −0.42,1.62
  1. Notes: * p = <.05; ** p = ≤.001; *** p = <.0001; β = coefficient; aadjusted for baseline variable and clustering by neighbourhoods; badjusted for age, education, number of children, weight status, baseline variable and clustering by neighbourhoods; PA Physical activity, SB Sedentary behaviour; cNumber of television sets per household