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Table 2 Prediction of daily dog walking intention-behavior profiles using multi-process action control variables and dog size

From: Understanding action control of daily walking behavior among dog owners: a community survey

  Intention-Behavior Profiles Correlation with Discriminant Function Univariate Follow-Up F2,218 Post Hocs
  Non-intenders
(n = 59)
Unsuccessful Intenders
(n = 75)
Successful Intenders
(n = 91)
Dog Breed Size 2.05 (0.87) 1.89 (0.86) 2.34 (0.77) .28 6.33* NI,UI < SI
Outcome Expectations (Human) 3.98 (0.77) 3.92 (0.83) 4.28 (0.78) .14 NA NA
Outcome Expectation (Canine) 4.60 (0.52) 4.65 (0.47) 4.81 (0.40) .07 NA NA
Affective Judgements 4.10 (0.82) 4.35 (0.59) 4.69 (0.41) .33 18.43* NI < UI < SI
Perceived Capability 4.48 (0.98) 4.73 (0.52) 4.76 (0.61) -.03 NA NA
Perceived Opportunity 4.27 (0.84) 4.54 (0.61) 4.62 (0.67) .03 NA NA
Behavioral Regulation 2.73 (0.93) 3.04 (0.93) 3.42 (0.92) .33 10.27* NI < UI < SI
Automaticity 3.00 (1.02) 3.63 (1.09) 3.96 (0.98) .38 15.65* NI < UI < SI
Identity 3.33 (1.01) 3.49 (0.85) 4.07 (0.63) .22 17.53* NI,UI < SI
  1. Note: * = p < 0.01. NI = non-intenders, UI = unsuccessful intenders, SI = successful intenders. NA = not applicable. Post hoc tests interpreted as p < 0.05 and d > 0.30 based on the recommended minimum effect size for social science data (Ferguson [43]; Cohen [44])