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Table 5 Factors associated with tracking high Total Screen Time (TV/DVD and electronic game/computer) among Norwegian children

From: Stability and change in screen-based sedentary behaviours and associated factors among Norwegian children in the transition between childhood and adolescence

  Tracking high total screen time
Baseline characteristics OR C.I. p
Females
Self-efficacy related to barriers to PA    
   Low 2.30 1.13-4.69 0.022
   High 1   
Pubertal stage
   Pre-pubertal 0.36 0.10-1.32 0.123
   Early pubertal 1.40 0.53-3.68 0.491
   Mid/late/post-pubertal 1   
Parental education
   Low 1.43 0.58-3.52 0.430
   Medium 1.49 0.63-3.50 0.364
   High 1   
Ethnicity
   Ethnic Norwegian 0.23 0.06-0.91 0.036
   Ethnic Minority 1   
Males
Self-efficacy related to barriers to PA    
   Low 6.83 3.22-14.45 < 0.001
   High 1   
BMI status
   Overweight/obese 4.58 1.49-14.03 0.008
   Not overweight 1   
Parental education
   Low 1.66 0.70-3.96 0.251
   Medium 1.03 0.43-2.45 0.943
   High 1   
Living status
   Other 3.10 1.32-7.30 0.010
   Married or cohabitating Parents    
  1. Variables entered in the final model of the multinomial logistic regression for both genders are shown
  2. Tracking low TST was treated as the outcome reference category