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Table 5 Results of the multilevel models to compare differences in food consumption between baseline and intervention weeks

From: Boosting healthy food choices by meal colour variety: results from two experiments and a just-in-time Ecological Momentary Intervention

Predictor Random slopes model (fixed effects) Random intercept model (fixed effects)
b SE t df p b SE t df p
Model 1: proportion of vegetables
 Intercept 0.287 0.015 19.34 89.81 < .001 0.287 0.016 18.55 150.42 < .001
 Time1 0.037 0.017 2.16 548.83 .031 0.037 0.017 2.20 768.21 .028
Model 2: proportion of fruit
 Intercept 0.056 0.008 6.63 154.57 < .001 0.056 0.009 5.97 173.98 < .001
 Time1 0.003 0.012 0.27 152.02 .791 0.003 0.011 0.23 769.56 .821
Model 3: proportion of grains and starches
 Intercept 0.339 0.014 24.56 97.60 < .001 0.339 0.015 22.61 141.70 < .001
 Time1 0.005 0.016 0.32 333.90 .747 0.006 0.016 0.35 766.16 .726
Model 4: proportion of sugary extras
 Intercept 0.018 0.005 3.56 63.44 < .001 0.018 0.005 3.88 245.96 < .001
 Time1 −0.002 0.007 −0.22 113.23 .830 −0.001 0.006 −0.19 780.05 .849
Model 5: proportion of protein
 Intercept 0.109 0.012 9.02 81.67 < .001 0.109 0.012 8.94 133.04 < .001
 Time1 0.001 0.012 0.09 746.70 .927 0.001 0.012 0.10 765.00 .923
Model 6: proportion of dairy
 Intercept 0.132 0.011 12.25 79.87 < .001 0.132 0.010 12.83 152.88 < .001
 Time1 −0.037 0.012 −3.16 81.51 .002 −0.037 0.012 −3.17 766.80 .002
Model 7: proportion of fried foods
 Intercept 0.058 0.008 7.07 74.34 < .001 0.057 0.008 7.23 160.83 < .001
 Time1 −0.009 0.010 −0.92 75.21 .361 −0.009 0.009 −0.91 766.12 .365
  1. Time: 0 = baseline week, 1 = intervention week