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Table 3 Differences in change from baseline to 6-month follow-up within each group for the cognitive domains

From: The effect of two multi-component behavior change interventions on cognitive functions

Change within the intervention groups iPA iSED Control
Estimate (95%CI) Estimate (95%CI) Estimate (95%CI)
Executive function 1.892 (0.47–3.32)a 1.743 (− 0.17–3.66) 2.703 (1.22–4.18)a
Episodic memory 4.460 (1.86–7.06)a 6.358 (2.89–9.82)a 5.665 (2.99–8.34)a
Processing speed 3.284 (1.93–4.63)a 3.597 (1.75–5.44)a 1.778 (0.38–3.18)a
Global Cognition 2.776 (1.75–3.80)a 3.110 (1.71–4.51)a 3.125 (2.06–4.19)a
  1. Estimates with 95% confidence intervals from the linear mixed models. Models contained age, sex, and education as fixed effects. Models considered random intercept, random slope, and random cluster. Cognitive domains consisted of t-composite scores
  2. iPA intervention group to increase moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, iSED intervention group to reduce sedentary behavior
  3. aSignificantly changed from baseline to 6-months follow-up