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Table 4 Associations between physical activity and environment factor using interaction terms in linear mixed-effects regression models

From: An ecological momentary assessment study of physical activity behaviors among mothers of toddlers from low-income households

Interaction modela Between subject Within subject
β
(95% CI)
p β
(95% CI)
p
Physical Location by Recruitment Location − 73.48
(− 687.66, 540.69)
0.814 243.12
(127.47, 358.74)
 < .001
Semi-Urban 179.20
(279.21, 637.61)
0.777 190.37
(109.64, 271.11)
 < .001
Urban 324.99
(104.30, 754.28)
0.136 440.33
(358.41, 522.25)
 < .001
Physical Location by BMI 29.86
(− 694.77, 754.50)
0.935 188.67
(68.39, 308.95)
0.002
Normal 314.28
(187.76, 816.31)
0.214 451.62
(345.51, 557.73)
 < .001
Overweight/Obese 243.63
(131.53, 618.80)
0.201 271.95
(204.26, 339.64)
 < .001
Engaging with Child by BMI 206.67
(− 148.45, 561.80)
0.252 21.68
(− 103.37, 60.00)
0.603
Normal 201.10
(438.71, 36.50)
0.095 104.47
(33.05, 175.89)
0.004
Overweight/Obese 54.79
(171.92, 281.51)
0.633 84.42
(40.21, 128.63)
 < .001
  1. Note: Boldface indicates statistical significance (p < 0.05)
  2. aNon-normalized activity counts are used in both models due to similarity to log-transformed activity