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Psychological theory in an interdisciplinary context: psychological, demographic, health-related, social, and environmental correlates of physical activity in a representative cohort of community-dwelling older adults

Falko F Sniehotta1*, Paul Gellert1, Miles D Witham2, Peter T Donnan2, Iain K Crombie2 and Marion ET McMurdo2

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1 Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK

2 University of Dundee, Dundee, UK

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International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2013, 10:106  doi:10.1186/1479-5868-10-106

Published: 8 September 2013

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Additional file 1: Table S1:

Estimated Moderator Analysis Coefficients on Physical Activity. Figure S1. Relationship between intention and objectively measured mean daily minutes of physical activity over one week by levels of multiple deprivations. Note. All variables were treated as continuous and were mean centred for coefficient estimation, interaction coefficient β = .08*, p > 05. Intention scale is measured ranging from 1 = low to 6 = high. Figure S2. Relationship between self-efficacy and objectively measured mean daily minutes of physical activity over one week by levels of multiple deprivations. Note. All variables were treated as continuous and were mean centred for coefficient estimation, interaction coefficient β = .09*, p > 05. Self-efficacy scale is measured ranging from 1 = low to 6 = high. Figure S3. Relationship between Self-efficacy and objectively measured mean daily minutes of physical activity over one week by levels of physical functioning (SF-36 subscale). Note. All variables were treated as continuous and were mean centred for coefficient estimation, interaction coefficient β = .09*, p > 05. Self-efficacy scale is measured ranging from 1 = low to 6 = high.

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