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Table 4 Four unadjusted and four adjusted general linear models of previous sport and exercise experience and elements of the affective and physical domain of physical literacy

From: Associations between previous sport and exercise experience and physical literacy elements among physically inactive Danes

Experience with sport and exercise No experience A little Some A lot
RAI
 EMM (95% CI) −2.11 (REF) (−3.44; −0.78) 2.59*** (1.94;3.24) 5.19*** (4.22;6.16) 7.15*** (6.23;8.06)
 EMM adjusteda (95% CI) −2.79 (REF) (−4.38; −1.21) 1.66 *** (0.60;2.72) 4.44 *** (3.19;5.69) 6.33*** (5.15;7.52)
 EMM adjustedb (95% CI) −1.99 (REF) (−3.51; −0.48) 1.86*** (0.85;2.87) 4.17*** (2.97;5.36) 5.71*** (4.58;6.84)
Self-efficacy
 EMM (95% CI) 2.52 (REF) (2.39;2.65) 2.70** (2.63;2.76) 2.88*** (2.79;2.98) 3.00*** (2.90;3.09)
 EMM adjusteda (95% CI) 2.60 (REF) (2.45;2.76) 2.75 * (2.64;2.85) 2.91*** (2.79;3.03) 3.00*** (2.89;3.12)
 EMM adjustedb (95% CI) 2.79 (REF) (2.65;2.94) 2.79 (2.70;2.89) 2.81 (2.70;2.92) 2.87 (2.77;2.98)
Basic movement competences
 EMM (95% CI) 6.55 (REF) (6.00;7.09) 7.00 (6.73;7.27) 7.85*** (7.45;8.25) 7.72*** (7.34;8.10)
 EMM adjusteda (95% CI) 7.10 (REF) (6.47;7.74) 7.37 (6.94;7.79) 8.10** (7.60;8.60) 7.85* (7.38;8.37)
 EMM adjustedb (95% CI) 7.79 (REF) (7.36;8.22) 7.51 (7.23;7.79) 7.65 (7.32;7.99) 7.47 (7.16;7.79)
Ball competence
 EMM (95% CI) 7.14 (REF) (6.70;7.58) 7.87*** (7.66;8.09) 8.53*** (8.21;8.85) 8.40*** (8.10;8.71)
 EMM adjusteda (95% CI) 7.18 (REF) (6.66;7.71) 7.85 ** (7.50;8.20) 8.49*** (8.08;8.91) 8.36*** (7.97;8.75)
 EMM adjustedb (95% CI) 7.41 (REF) (7.04;7.79) 7.84** (7.60;8.09) 8.00*** (7.71;8.29) 7.98*** (7.71;8.25)
  1. * p < .05, ** p < .01, *** p < .001. Reference category (REF): I have never previously participated in sport and exercise. Adjusted models are adjusted for age, gender, educational status and the three remaining PL elements
  2. EMM estimated marginal mean. aModels adjusted for the demographic variables age, gender and education. bModels adjusted for the same demographic variables and all other PL elements