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Table 3 Crude and adjusted associations of family structure with weekday screen-based passive entertainment, gaming, and other screen-based activitiesa

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

  Screen-based passive entertainment (hours/weekday) Gaming (hours/weekday) Other screen-based activities (hours/weekday)
b 95% CI b 95% CI b 95% CI
Crude
 Family structure
  Single parent .21 (.05, .38) .09 (−.09, .27) .36 (.16, .57)
  Reconstituted .23 (.04, .42) .22 (.001, .43) .63 (.39, .86)
Adjusted
 Female sex -.29 (−.40, −.17) -.84 (−.98, −.71) .17 (.04, .31)
 Age category
   11 yrs. old -.46 (−.70, −.33) -.06 (−.32, .20) -1.37 (−1.60, −.13)
   13 yrs. old -.01 (−.22, .17) .23 (−.03, .48) -.49 (−.75, −.23)
   15 yrs. old .20 (−.04, .32) .30 (.05, .55) -.06 (−.30, .19)
 Material affluence
  Low .05 (−.15, .24) .02 (−.20, .23) -.05 (−.28, .18)
  Medium .03 (−.13, .19) -.05 (−.22, .12) .03 (−.22, .16)
 Having siblings -.17 (−.38, .03) .05 (−.16, .25) .02 (−.21, .24)
 BMI .04 (.01, .05) .02 (−.002, .05) .04 (.02, .07)
 Family structure
   Single parent .15 (−.01, .31) .09 (−.08, .26) .25 (.06, .43)
  Reconstituted 17 (−.01, .35) .26 (.05, .48) .44 (.22, .66)
  1. ab=unstandardized regression coefficient; reference category for age category = 16 yr. olds; for material affluence = middle; for parental status = both parents. Estimates in bold indicate statistical significance at the p < .05 level