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Table 7 Gender-specific general adjusted associations of perceptions of the neighbourhood environment with outdoor physical activity across the 3 waves (n = 2260)

From: Longitudinal associations between perceptions of the neighbourhood environment and physical activity in adolescents: evidence from the Olympic Regeneration in East London (ORiEL) study

Perceived traffic safetyOR95%CIp-value
Boys
 Low1.00 0.002
 Medium1.53[1.10,2.11] 
 High1.21[0.89,1.64] 
Girls
 Low1.00 0.147
 Medium0.79[0.56,1.03] 
 High0.74[0.52,0.96] 
  1. Results are from logistic regression models estimated with Generalised Estimating Equations to account for the dependency across repeated measurements (unstructured working correlation matrix). The model is adjusted for bus stop proximity, perceived street connectivity, enjoyment of the neighbourhood for walking/cycling, personal safety, ethnicity, self-rated health, family affluence and free school meal status at wave 1