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Table 4 Correlates of eating behaviors (breakfast & family meals)

From: The prevalence of eating behaviors among Canadian youth using cross-sectional school-based surveys

  Eating breakfast Eating with an adult Family member
  Grade 5-8 Grade 9-12a Grade 5-8a Grade 9-12a
Adjusted R 2b .013 0.062 0.003 0.038
Sex     
Female (ref) vs. Male 1.37 *** 1.60 *** 0.96 1.00
Age 0.84 *** 0.90 *** 0.95 * 0.86 ***
Site     
  PEI (ref) vs. Quebecc 1.089 1.80 *** 1.26 *** 1.66 ***
  PEI vs. Hamilton - 0.70 *** - 0.76 ***
  PEI vs. TBay - 0.81 ** - 0.77 ***
  Quebec (ref) vs. Hamilton - 0.39 *** - 0.46 ***
  Quebec vs. TBay - 0.45 *** - 0.47 ***
  Hamilton (ref) vs. TBay - 1.16 ** - 1.02
BMI d     
  Healthy Weight (ref) vs. Underweight - 1.20 - 1.97 **
  Healthy Weight vs. Overweight - 0.95 - 0.97
  Healthy Weight vs. Obese - 0.81 * - 0.83
  Healthy Weight vs. Not Stated - 0.73 *** - 0.84 **
  Not Stated (ref) vs. Underweight - 1.65 * - 2.35 ***
  Not Stated vs. Overweight - 1.30 ** - 1.16
  Not Stated vs. Obese - 1.11 - 0.99
  Underweight (ref) vs. Overweight - 0.79 - 0.49 **
  Underweight vs. Obese - 0.67 - 0.42 ***
  Overweight (ref) vs. Obese - 0.85 - 0.85
  1. *P < 0.05 **P < 0.01 ***P < 0.001. Bolded type denotes significance of at least <0.05.
  2. aOdds ratios are shown for binary logistic regressions adjusting for sex, age, site and BMI (except for grade 5-8).
  3. bThe R2 value presented is a Nagelkerke R2.
  4. cGrades 5-8 only have data available from PEI and Quebec site locations.
  5. dBMI was unavailable in grade 5-8 students.