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Table 1 Univariate longitudinal hierarchical linear regression estimates between the predictors of interest and daily sitting time in minutes

From: Correlates of sitting time in adults with type 2 diabetes

  Baseline characteristics N = 198 Increment in minutes of daily sitting time (95 % CrI)b
Average daily sitting time (minutes); mean (SD) 308 (161) ---
  median (IQR) 278 (188, 405) ---
Socio-demographic factors   
Men; n (%) 106 (54 %) −2.9 (−4.9, −0.8)
Age (years); mean (SD) 60.0 (10.5) 41.3 (−3.5, 85.7)
University education; n (%) 78 (39 %) 58.2 (12.3, 103.6)
Currently employed; n (%) 113 (57 %) 86.3 (42.5, 130.0)
Annual household income ≥ $50,000; n (%)a 77 (44 %) 90.0 (43.3, 134.9)
Married/common-law; n (%)a 123 (69 %) −34.9 (−86.3, 15.4)
Immigrant; n (%) 91 (46 %) −53.3 (−98.2, −10.1)
Contextual factors   
Dog ownership; n (%) 31 (16 %) 18.2 (−40.9, 78.3)
Regular vehicle access; n (%)a 70 (80 %) 92.0 (6.7, 179.2)
Steps (steps/day); mean (SD)a 5361 (2473) 0.001 (−0.005, 0.008)
Clinical factors   
Body mass index (kg/m2); mean (SD) 30.4 (5.6) 1.3 (−2.8, 5.4)
Waist circumference (cm); mean (SD) 102.1 (13.2) 2.4 (1.1, 3.6)
Depressed mood; n (%) 55 (28 %) −36.5 (−71.5, −2.4)
Diabetes duration (years); mean (SD) 9.4 (8.0) −2.6 (−5.4, 0.2)
Insulin use; n (%) 66 (33 %) ---
  1. aAnnual household income (n = 177); married/common law (n = 178); regular vehicle access (n = 87); Daily steps (n = 129); Depressed mood (n = 137)
  2. bModelling independent variables at baseline except for depression and steps/day which were modelled over time; sitting time was modelled over time