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Table 3 The associations between psychosocial, behavioural and environmental factors and PA in adolescentsb

From: Exploring the intersectionality of family SES and gender with psychosocial, behavioural and environmental correlates of physical activity in Dutch adolescents: a cross-sectional study

   Ba 95% CI
Behavioural factors
 Model 1 Lack of daily fruit consumption (ref. = daily consumption) − 0.48 − 0.57 − 0.39
 Model 2 Lack of daily vegetable consumption (ref. = daily consumption) − 0.33 − 0.43 − 0.25
 Model 3 Lack of daily water drinking (ref. = daily consumption) − 0.44 −0.53 − 0.35
 Model 4 Lack of daily breakfast consumption (ref. = daily consumption) −0.33 −0.42 − 0.24
 Model 5 Risk of problematic social media use (ref. = no risk) −0.34 −0.46 − 0.21
 Model 6 Risk of problematic gaming (ref. = no risk) −0.53 −0.69 − 0.35
 Model 7 Daily smoking (ref. = not smoker) −0.31 −0.52 − 0.11
 Model 8 Cannabis use in the last 4 weeks (ref. = no use) −0.21 − 0.41 −0.01
 Model 9 Binge drinking (ref. = no binge drinking) 0.03 −0.09 0.15
Psychosocial factors
 Model 10 Poor self-perceived health (ref. = good) −0.50 − 0.63 −0.37
 Model 11 Low peer social support (ref. = high) −0.71 −0.86 − 0.56
Environmental factors
 Model 12 Weak connection with the neighbourhood (ref. = strong) −0.21 −0.35 − 0.08
  1. a Bold beta indicates statistical difference in mean PA relative to reference category (p < 0.05)
  2. b Each model was adjusted for gender, age, migration background, educational level, municipality and family SES