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Table 3 Linear regression analyses assessing potential baseline and step-count predictors of four-month well-being change

From: Change in well-being amongst participants in a four-month pedometer-based workplace health program

Predictor variable n Crude well-being change (units) Univariable Multivariable model
  Well-being change (units) P-valuea Well-being change (units) P-valuea
DEMOGRAPHICS       
Age (year) 407 - -0.30 0.4 -0.30 0.4
Sex       
  Female 229 3.46 Reference  
  Male 178 3.66 0.20 0.9 0.23 0.9
Tertiary Education       
  Not completed 79 1.11 Reference  
  Completed 328 4.13 3.02 0.03 3.03 0.03
Marital status       
  Married/de facto 286 3.13 Reference  
  Widowed, separated or divorced 42 8.48 5.34 0.2 5.68 0.1
  Never married 79 2.43 -0.70 0.7 -1.09 0.7
PROCESS MEASURES       
Step average per day (per 1,000 steps) 406 - 0.31 0.002 0.28 0.004
  1. aBold highlights statistically significant results.