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Table 3 Hierarchical regression analysis of predictors of intentions to walk more immediately post-intervention

From: Theory of planned behaviour variables and objective walking behaviour do not show seasonal variation in a randomised controlled trial

Step Variable entered Beta R2 Adjusted R2 Change in R2 P-value
   Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5     
   Time 2 intention (n = 269)
1 Intervention group .161 .167 .171 .079 .065 .026** .022** .026** .008
2 Age   .027 .027 .049 .052 .039 .013 .013 .753
Gender   -.017 -.019 -.011 -.011     
BMI   -.026 -.027 -.021 -.021     
Ethnic Group   .063 .061 .064 .054     
Employment Status   .048 .048 -.006 -.012     
Education Level   .050 .051 .044 .041     
3 Season    .015 -.014 -.022 .039 .009 .000 .819
4 T2 Attitude     .051 .042 .411*** .385*** .372*** <.001
T2 Subjective Norm     -.011 -.052     
T2 PBC     .598*** .570     
5 Season* Attitude      .043 .423 .391 .012 .155
Season * SN      .089     
Season * PBC      .057     
  1. *** P < 0.001 (2-tailed), **p < 0.01, *p < 0.05.