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Obes Res. Author manuscript; available in PMC Aug 11, 2008.
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Obes Res. Sep 2004; 12(9): 1426–1434.
doi: 10.1038/oby.2004.179
Table 3
Logistic regression models predicting success at achieving the physical activity goal at the end of the core curriculum and at the final intervention visit
At end of core
At final intervention visit
OR95%
Confidence
interval
p valueOR95%
Confidence
interval
p value
Age (per 5 years)1.1171.0181.2250.01951.0941.0051.1900.0381
Sex (men vs. women)1.8361.2552.6880.00181.5721.1172.2140.0096
BMI (per 1 kg/m2)0.9640.9410.9870.00210.9370.9160.959<0.0001
Ethnicity (vs. White)0.18130.0332
 Native American2.0920.9394.6590.07101.4990.7542.9810.2484
 Asian0.9590.4801.9140.90511.1940.6112.3360.6041
 Hispanic1.6300.9912.6830.05441.9801.2343.1750.0046
 African American1.0240.6721.5590.91300.8720.5911.2870.4907
Number of self-monitoring fat
intake records (per record)*
1.0501.0161.0840.00321.0241.0121.036<0.0001
Models adjusted for all variables listed as well as for: employment status, income, marital status, number living in the household, and Beck depression score, which were not nominally significant at p < 0.05 in the combined model.
*Number of self-monitoring fat intake records during the first 6 months of the study (core) or during the first 2 years of the study (final intervention visit).
Overall p value for ethnicity.
Participants with missing information on self monitoring of fat intake or physical activity at the specified time points are excluded.