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Table 2 Crude and adjusted associations of family structure with physical activitya

From: Associations between family structure and young people’s physical activity and screen time behaviors

  60 MIN MVPA (days) Less than 7 days 60 MIN MVPA Not participating in organized PA
b 95% CI Odds ratio 95% CI Odds ratio 95% CI
Crude
 Family structure
  Single parent -.58 (−.78, −.38) 1.55 (1.19, 2.02) 1.66 (1.31, 2.10)
  Reconstituted -.46 (−.69, −.23) 1.57 (1.13, 2.19) 1.33 (1.03, 1.72)
 Adjusted
  Female sex -.47 (−.60, −.34) 2.20 (1.84, 2.64) 1.30 (1.05, 1.61)
 Age category
   11 yrs. old .89 (.57, 1.22) .55 (.37, .83)
   13 yrs. old .50 (.20, .79) .97 (.66, 1.43) .32 (.24, .43)
   15 yrs. old .16 (−.11, .44) .86 (.58, 1.27) .64 (.49, .83)
 Material affluence
   Low -.72 (−.93, −.50) 1.76 (1.31, 2.38) 1.77 (1.34, 2.34)
   Medium -.50 (−.67, −.33) 1.52 (1.22, 1.90) 1.19 (.94, 1.50)
  Having siblings .15 (−.07, .38) .92 (.66, 1.28) .72 (.55, .94)
  BMI -.04 (−.07, −.02) 1.06 (1.03, 1.11) 1.05 (1.02, 1.08)
 Family structure
   Single parent -.39 (−.58, −.20) 1.36 (1.04, 1.78) 1.40 (1.09, 1.79)
   Reconstituted -.31 (−.53, −.08) 1.36 (.98, 1.89) 1.25 (.96, 1.63)
  1. ab Unstandardized regression coefficient; reference category for age category = 16 yr. olds; for material affluence High; for parental status , both parents. Estimates in bold indicate statistical significance at the p < .05 level