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Table 2 Associations of physical performance predictors with depressive symptoms

From: Associations of physical performance and physical activity with mental well-being in middle-aged women

Predictors Model 1 Model 2
B CI p B CI p
Hand grip 0.03 −0.01 – 0.07 0.138 0.03 − 0.01 – 0.07 0.124
PA (medium level)a     −0.09 − 0.15 – − 0.03 0.005
PA (high level) a     − 0.14 −0.22 – − 0.06 0.001
Knee extension −0.01 − 0.03 – 0.02 0.536 0.00 −0.03 – 0.03 0.950
PA (medium level) a     −0.09 − 0.16 – − 0.02 0.011
PA (high level) a     −0.16 −0.24 – − 0.08 0.001
Vertical jumping height −0.16 − 0.85 – 0.52 0.639 0.02 −0.68 – 0.71 0.960
PA (medium level) a     −0.11 −0.18 – − 0.05 0.001
PA (high level) a     −0.15 −0.24 – − 0.07 < 0.001
Maximal walking speed 0.03 −0.02 – 0.08 0.256 0.04 −0.02 – 0.09 0.168
PA (medium level) a     −0.10 − 0.16 – − 0.03 0.002
PA (high level) a     −0.14 −0.22 – − 0.07 < 0.001
Six-minute walking distance 0.01 −0.04 – 0.05 0.735 0.02 −0.03 – 0.07 0.395
PA (medium level)a     −0.08 − 0.14 – − 0.01 0.021
PA (high level) a     −0.14 −0.22 – − 0.06 0.001
  1. Model 1 adjusted for body height, fat mass %, menopausal status and symptoms, marital status, parity, employment status, self-reported mental disorders, use of psycholeptics, use of psychoanaleptics
  2. Model 2 = Model 1+ physical activity
  3. B unstandardised coefficients, PA physical activity
  4. Values in bold indicate statistically significant results
  5. areference category is low physical activity level