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Table 2 Bivariate Pearson correlations ( r ) between screen time and the independent variables

From: Associations between factors within the home setting and screen time among children aged 0–5 years: a cross-sectional study

Independent Variables Screen Time (N = 746)
Intrapersonal Factors  
 Age 0.41**
 Gender −0.06
Interpersonal Factors  
 Family Demographics  
 Siblings 0.08*
 Education −0.22**
 Income −0.18**
 Family Structure 0.08*
 Parental Cognitions  
 Self-efficacy −0.26**
 Attitudes 0.62**
 Barriers 0.54**
 Descriptive Norms 0.58**
 Parental Behavior  
 Parental Screen Time 0.29**
Physical Environment Factors  
 Television in Bedroom 0.29**
 Computer in Bedroom 0.06
 Video Games in Bedroom 0.15**
  1. Gender: 0 = boys, 1 = girls; siblings: 0 = no, 1 = yes; family structure: 0 = two-parent family, 1 = one-parent family; television in bedroom: 0 = no, 1 = yes; computer in bedroom: 0 = no, 1 = yes; video games in bedroom: 0 = no, 1 = yes * P < 0.01; ** P < 0.001.