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Table 3 Gender-specific unadjusted and adjusted linear regression models predicting weekly total screen time and TV/movie minutes.

From: Association between neighborhood socioeconomic status and screen time among pre-school children: a cross-sectional study

Neighborhood SES Unadjusted Adjusted a
Boys β 95%CI β 95%CI
Screen Time (Mins/Week)     
Low 45.97 -40.53 to 132.46 28.84 -57.99 to 115.67
Medium 33.78 -43.09 to 110.65 23.81 -52.91 to 100.52
High Reference   Reference  
TV/Movie (Mins/Week)     
Low -3.86 -73.56 to 65.84 -15.07 -85.24 to 55.11
Medium 23.36 -38.58 to 85.31 15.05 -47.06 to 77.16
High Reference   Reference  
Girls β 95%CI β 95%CI
Screen Time (Mins/Week)     
Low 149.50* 57.61 to 241.40 142.30* 49.75 to 234.85
Medium 53.39 -23.20 to 129.98 48.81 -28.09 to 125.70
High Reference   Reference  
TV/Movie (Mins/Week)     
Low 95.04* 14.55 to 175.54 97.22* 16.63 to 177.81
Medium 56.58 -10.51 to 123.67 55.74 -11.36 to 122.85
High Reference   Reference  
  1. SES = Socioeconomic Status.
  2. Regression coefficients are interpreted as the difference in screen time (mins/week) from the reference category.
  3. a The boys screen time model was adjusted for age, day care, BMI, the boys TV/movie model was adjusted for day care physical activity concerns, and BMI. The girls screen time model was adjusted for day care, and the girls TV/movie model was adjusted for physical activity concerns.
  4. * p < .05.