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Table 3 Sociodemographic characteristics predicting the amount of dose delivered. Results represent two separate multivariable linear regression modelsa

From: Evaluating dose delivered of a behavioral intervention for childhood obesity prevention: a secondary analysis

PredictorFace-to-face modalityMaintenance modality
B95% CIp-valueB95% CIp-value
Baseline child age−0.312[− 0.754, 0.131]0.166− 0.088[− 0.384, 0.208]0.559
Baseline parent age−0.030[− 0.104, 0.044]0.4260.002[−0.044, 0.048]0.937
Child female (ref: male)−0.271[−1.149, 0.608]0.544−0.610[−1.218, − 0.002]0.049
Parent Hispanic non-Mexican (ref: Hispanic Mexican)−1.797[−2.839, − 0.754]0.001− 0.397[− 1.091, 0.298]0.262
Parent non-Hispanic (ref: Hispanic Mexican)0.341[−1.202, 1.885]0.664−0.726[−2.056, 0.604]0.283
Baseline child BMI-Z0.207[−0.754, 1.168]0.6720.568[−0.066, 1.202]0.079
Baseline child HEI0.041[0.005, 0.078]0.0270.030[0.003, 0.058]0.030
Baseline child % MVPA−0.092[− 0.257, 0.073]0.2730.031[−0.057, 0.119]0.487
WIC and/or SNAP use (ref: use neither)−0.745[−1.885, 0.394]0.199−0.323[− 1.099, 0.452]0.412
Parent depression (CES-D)0.024[−0.034, 0.082]0.4220.025[−0.012, 0.062]0.18
Parent Stress (PSS)−0.017[−0.108, 0.075]0.719−0.009[− 0.066, 0.047]0.745
Energy to change nutrition−0.003[−0.202, 0.196]0.9750.038[−0.075, 0.150]0.511
Energy to change physical activity−0.032[−0.194, 0.131]0.702−0.024[− 0.120, 0.072]0.620
Confidence: healthy growth−0.077[−0.326, 0.173]0.545−0.026[− 0.206, 0.153]0.772
Confidence: change eating0.023[−0.231, 0.276]0.86−0.015[−0.210, 0.181]0.881
Confidence: change physical activity−0.077[−0.347, 0.193]0.574−0.028[− 0.263, 0.207]0.817
Confidence: change media use0.191[−0.025, 0.407]0.0830.054[−0.069, 0.177]0.389
Parent classification of child weight0.764[−0.327, 1.856]0.169−0.203[−1.003, 0.598]0.619
Parent education: high school or further (ref: not completed high school)−0.290[−1.185, 0.604]0.523−0.252[−0.851, 0.347]0.408
Parent obese (ref: not obese)−0.254[−1.169, 0.660]0.5840.282[−0.274, 0.839]0.319
  1. an = 288 out of 304 intervention participants