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Table 4 Crude and adjusted associations of family structure with total and recommended screen timea

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

  Total screen time (hours/weekday) Screen time more than two hours per weekday
b 95% CI Odds ratio 95% CI
Crude
 Family structure
   Single parent .68 (.23, 1.14) 1.08 (.82, 1.43)
   Reconstituted 1.04 (.54, 1.54) 1.62 (1.14, 2.31)
Adjusted
 Female sex -.96 (−1.27, −.66) .65 (.54, .78)
 Age category
   11 yrs. old -1.91 (−2.51, −1.30) .37 (.28, .50)
   13 yrs. old -.34 (−.96, .28) .81 (.59, 1.11)
   15 yrs. old .45 (−.11, 1.02) 1.11 (.80, 1.54)
 Material affluence
   Low .05 (−.48, .58) .90 (.65, 1.26)
   High -.05 (−.48, .38) .95 (.74, 1.23)
 Having siblings -.07 (−.57, .43) .85 (.58, 1.25)
 BMI .10 (.05, .16) 1.06 (1.02, 1.09)
 Family structure
   Single parent .50 (.08, .93) .99 (.74, 1.31)
   Reconstituted .85 (.37, 1.33) 1.48 (1.02, 2.14)
  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