Table 3

Cross-sectional regression model

Step

R-square Δ

Beta

T-value

p-value


1

.058

Gender

-.155

-5.23

.000

Age

.134

4.44

.000

Marital status

.025

.833

.405

Employment status

-.001

-.024

.981

Education

-.001

-.030

.976

Activity

-.074

-.2.51

.012

Fruit and vegetable intake

-.073

-2.50

.012


2

.010

Gender

-.146

-4.92

.000

Age

.130

4.23

.000

Marital status

.036

1.20

.230

Employment status

.007

0.22

.822

Education

-.007

-0.25

.801

Activity

-.066

-2.25

.028

Fruit and vegetable intake

-.066

-2.21

.025

Close to job

-.042

-1.37

.170

Close to outdoor recreation

-.009

-0.28

.778

Quality of schools

-.029

-0.94

.350

Ease of walking

-.029

-0.93

.035


3

.009

Gender

-.146

-4.94

.000

Age

.135

4.41

.000

Marital status

.042

1.40

.161

Employment status

.011

0.36

.717

Education

.006

0.20

.838

Activity

-.068

-2.28

.023

Fruit and vegetable intake

-.059

-2.03

.043

Close to job

-.043

-1.39

.164

Close to outdoor recreation

-.010

-0.30

.765

Quality of schools

-.027

-0.86

.393

Ease of walking

-.061

-1.93

.057

Neighbourhood walkability

-.051

-1.69

.091

Neighbourhood SES

-.097

-3.18

.002


Berry et al. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2010 7:57   doi:10.1186/1479-5868-7-57

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