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Table 4 Multiple linear regressions on contribution of multidimensional correlates to TV viewing and leisure-time Internet use

From: Socio-demographic, psychosocial and home-environmental attributes associated with adults' domestic screen time

Dependent variable Adj R2 Significant correlates Standardized β
TV viewing time 0.39 Sociodemographic factors  
      Age 0.189***
      Educational level -0.148**
      Body Mass Index 0.096*
   Home-environmental factors  
      Size of largest TV set 0.107*
   Psychosocial factors  
      Pros reducing TV viewing -0.177***
      Cons reducing TV viewing 0.155*
      Self-efficacy reducing TV viewing -0.241***
Leisure-time Internet use 0.34 Sociodemographic factors  
      Educational level 0.112*
      Employment status -0.154**
   Home-environmental factors  
      Number of computers 0.102*
   Psychosocial factors  
      Family social norm 0.161*
      Pros reducing Internet use -0.116**
      Cons reducing Internet use 0.187**
      Self-efficacy reducing Internet use -0.285***
  1. Adj = adjusted
  2. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001