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Table 3 Direct Effects SUR (n = 10,160)

From: Association between body mass index and health outcomes among adolescents: the mediating role of traditional and cyber bullying victimization

  Model 1   
  Traditional Victimization Cyber Victimization Physical Distress Psychological Distress
  b (S.E.) b (S.E.) b (S.E.) b (S.E.)
Independent Variables
BMI (Body Mass Index)a
  Underweight .50(.24)** −.01(.11) −.17(.15) .23(.25)
  Overweight .47(.12)*** .06(.05) .27(.08)*** .38(.13)***
  Obese .70(.14)*** .11(.06) .56(.09)*** .67(.14)***
Mediate Variables
Traditional Victimization    .15(.01)*** .36(.01)***
Cyber Victimization −.02(.02) −.17(03)***
Control Variables
Gender (1=Male)    −1.10(.06)*** −1.76(.09)***
Age .23(.02)*** .33(.03)***
Ethnicity (1=Hispanic) −.12(.07) .08(.12)
Race (1=White) .34(.06)*** .18(.10)
  1. Note. a. Healthy weight is the reference category
  2. **p < .05. ***p < .01