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Table 2 Correlation matrix between behavioral variables of female adolescents’ lifestyle. Viçosa-MG, Brazil, 2018

From: Evaluation of lifestyle of female adolescents through latent class analysis approach

Variablesa PAL MVPA Number of step ST CT IPAQ weekdays IPAQ weekend NM Alcohol Tobacco Age
PAL 1 0.038 0.252** −0.155 −0.064 − 0.099 −0.069 − 0.058 0.095 0.062 0,095
MVPA 1 0.009 −0.034 −0.006 0.042 0.037 0.020 −0.068 −0.035 − 0,021
Number of step 1 −0.056 −0.125* − 0.051 −0.042 0.019 0.046 0.061 0,048
ST 1 0.008 0.062 0.17* 0.06 0,018 −0.45 −0,39
CT 1 0.118* 0.154 −0.062 0.162* 0.143* −0,005
IPAQ weekdays 1 0.582** −0.072 0.001 −0.008 −0,111*
IPAQ weekend 1 −0.008 −0.073 − 0.099 −0,07
NM 1 0.076 −0.048 0,116*
Alcohol 1 0.458** 0,105*
Tobacco 1 0,064
  1. PAL Physical Activity Level, MVPA Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activities, ST Screen time, CT Cell phone time; IPAQ International Physical Activity Questionnaire, NM number of meals
  2. a Variables without normal distribution. Spearman’s Correlation “rs”. ** p < 0.001; * p < 0.05