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Table 3 Results of univariate regressions between psychosocial factors, park environmental factors and PBPA energy expenditure (n = 526–569)

From: Association of psychosocial and perceived environmental factors with park-based physical activity among elderly in two cities in China and Germany

Correlates B (SE) β 95% CI Adjusted R2
Psychosocial factors
 Self-efficacy 200.84 (30.77) .27*** [140.40, 261.28] .11***
 Enjoyment 271.80 (38.76) .32*** [187.60, 365.06] .11***
 Perceived benefits 222.42 (41.82) .22*** [140.28, 304.57] .08***
 Perceived barriers − 458.56 (45.14) −.48*** [− 547.22, − 369.90] .20***
 Social support 31.16 (25.26) .05 [−18.46, 80.78] .04***
Perceived park environmental factors
 Park safety 103.89 (50.60) .09* [4.50, 203.27] .05***
 Attractiveness 167.28 (59.99) .12** [49.45, 285.12] .05***
 Park features 103.20 (50.46) .09* [4.09, 202.31] .05***
 Park time distance −73.63 (27.64) −.11** [− 127.90, −19.36] .05***
  1. Control variables included city, gender, marital status, education level and BMI.
  2. * p < 0.05, 2 tailed; ** p < 0.01, 2 tailed; ***p < 0.001, 2 tailed