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Table 2 Table depicting demographic information of participants, separated into both control and intervention groups. Missing values indicate questions to which parents chose not to respond

From: Model of goal directed behavior for limiting Latino preschoolers’ television viewing: validity and reliability

 Intervention
n = 93
Control
n = 79
Mean (SD)Mean (SD)
Child age (years)4.5 (0.4)4.3 (0.6)
 N (%)N (%)
Child sex
 Male50 (53.8)40 (50.6)
 Female43 (46.2)39 (49.4)
 N (%)N (%)
Child ethnicity
 Latino93 (100)79 (100)
 Non-Latino0 (0)0 (0)
 N (%)N (%)
Child race
 White57 (61.3)49 (62.0)
 Other28 (30.1)19 (24.1)
 Missing8 (8.6)11 (13.9)
 N (%)N (%)
Child language
 Only Spanish28 (30.1%)25 (31.6%)
 Spanish better than English32 (34.4%)32 (40.5%)
 Both equally16 (17.2%)10 (12.7%)
 English better than Spanish17 (18.3%)9 (11.4%)
 Only English0 (0.0%)3 (3.8%)
 N (%)N (%)
Parent’s sex
 Male50 (53.8%)39 (49.4%)
 Female43 (46.2%)40 (50.6%)
 N (%)N (%)
Parental education
 8th grade or less41 (44.1)34 (43.0)
 Some high school19 (20.4)18 (22.8)
 High school graduate or higher33 (35.5)24 (30.4)
 Missing0 (0)3(3.8)
 N (%)N (%)
Parent language
 Only Spanish41 (44.1%)38 (48.1%)
 Spanish better than English26 (28.0%)19 (24.1%)
 Both equally19 (20.4%)11 (13.9%)
 English better than Spanish5 (5.4%)10 (12.7%)
 Only English1 (1.1%)1 (1.3%)
 Other1 (1.1%)0 (0.0%)
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