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Table 5 Standardized regression coefficients and fit indices of the models

From: Context matters! The relationship between mother-reported family nutrition climate, general parenting, food parenting practices and children’s BMI

  Path   Fit indizes
1 2 3
β (95 % CI) β (95 % CI) r (95 % CI) R2 χ2, df, p χ2/df SRMR CFI RMSEA, (95 % CI), p
Model A Healthy FPPs .183 (.022–.353) .498 (.323–.684) .490 (.316–.632) .37 98.923, 60, .001 1.649 .045 .967 .049, (.031, .066), .506
Model B Covert FPPs −.190 (−.415–.028) .686 (.486–.898) .507 (.350–.640) .37 125.913, 41, .000 3.071 .075 .878 .088, (.071, .106), .000
Model C Overt FPPs .389 (.199–.601) .130 (−.079–.308) .489 (.289–.639) .22 46.957, 24, .004 1.915 .052 .960 .059, (.032, .084), .269
Model D Non-nutritive FPPs .010 (−.218–.261) −.321 (−.583 – −.113) .488 (.292–.639) .10 56.471, 24, .000 2.353 .060 .934 .071, (.047, .096), .071
  1. FPPs food parenting practices; Bold numbers are statistically significant (P < .05)