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Table 2 Results of Logistic Regression Analysis of Being Physically Active and Individual Characteristics, Perceived Social Influence, and Enabling and Disabling Behaviors in the Social Environment (n = 1280)

From: Enabling and disabling behaviors in the social environment are associated with physical Activity of older people in the Netherlands

Model B SE Wald OR (95% CI) P
Individual characteristics
Age (years) −0.04 0.01 10.66 0.964 (0.942–0.985) < 0.001
Gender (female) −0.07 0.15 0.25 0.929 (0.694–1.244) 0.620
Marital status (married)a −0.06 0.15 0.15 0.945 (0.709–1.261) 0.702
Educational level (low)b −0.61 0.21 8.20 0.542 (0.356–0.824) 0.004
Educational level (medium)b −0.28 0.19 2.13 0.753 (0.515–1.102) 0.114
Perceived social influence
Utilitarian influence −0.07 0.03 4.11 0.936 (0.878–0.998) 0.043
Value-expressive influence 0.04 0.05 0.75 1.044 (0.947–1.151) 0.388
Informational influence −0.04 0.04 1.00 0.962 (0.892–1.038) 0.318
Enabling and disabling behaviors
Enabling behavior 0.27 0.05 28.69 1.303 (1.183–1.436) < 0.001
Disabling behavior −0.09 0.04 5.05 0.911 (0.840–0.988) 0.025
Constant 3.19 0.92 12.00 24.373  
  1. Listwise deletion of missing cases resulted in the inclusion of 1069 cases in the regression analysis. B = unstandardized regression coefficient. aReference group unmarried (single, widowed or divorces). bReference group higher educational level