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Table 2 Associations between social isolation and objective physical activity (N = 267a)

From: Associations between social isolation, loneliness, and objective physical activity in older men and women

  Social isolation unadjusted (Model 1) Social isolation adjusted for gender, age, educational attainment, non-pension wealth, marital status, smoking, alcohol consumption, limiting illness, mobility impairment, and self-rated health (Model 2) As in Model 2, but additionally adjusted for depressive symptoms (Model 3) As in Model 3, but additionally adjusted for loneliness (Model 4)
Outcome variable: β (S.E.)b P β (S.E.) P β (S.E.) P β (S.E.) P
Total counts (24 h) − 0.172 (0.061)c 0.005 −0.135 (0.059)c 0.022 −0.133 (0.059)c 0.024 −0.130 (0.059) 0.028
Waking time (7:00–22:00 h)
 Sedentary activity 0.202 (0.060) 0.001 0.149 (0.057) 0.010 0.145 (0.057) 0.011 0.143 (0.057) 0.013
 Light physical activity −0.206 (0.060) 0.001 −0.149 (0.059) 0.012 −0.145 (0.058) 0.014 −0.143 (0.059) 0.015
 MV physical activity −0.153 (0.062) 0.014 −0.119 (0.057) 0.038 −0.116 (0.057) 0.044 −0.112 (0.057) 0.051
  1. aSubsample from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing, wave 6 [2012–13]
  2. bStandardized regression coefficients (β) and standard error in parentheses
  3. cAdditionally adjusted for total accelerometer wear time