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Am J Prev Med. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2009 August 1.
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Am J Prev Med. 2008 August; 35(2): 118–126.
doi: 10.1016/j.amepre.2008.04.013

Table 4

Baseline measures and adherence indicators as predictors of change in weight

Model 1 without behavior interactionsModel 2 with behavior interactions

EffectParameter estimateaSE95%CIsp<Parameter estimateaSE95%CIsp<
Weight at entry (kg)−0.070.01−0.08−0.06<0.0001−0.070.01−0.08−0.05<0.0001
African American race (AA=1)2.020.371.302.74<0.00010.790.54−0.281.870.1447
Gender (female=1)0.980.290.421.540.0006−0.170.38−0.920.570.6479
Racea × gender−0.980.43−1.83−0.130.0240−0.590.43−1.440.250.1699
Sessions attended−0.290.03−0.35−0.24<0.0001−0.300.03−0.35−0.25<0.0001
Diet records per week−0.520.08−0.67−0.37<0.0001−0.690.09−0.86−0.52<0.0001
Moderate-intensity physical activity (MPA) per week (100 min)−0.760.12−1.00−0.51<0.0001−1.120.15−1.41−0.83<0.0001
Race × diet records per week0.
Gender × MPA per week (100 min)0.830.180.481.18<0.0001
aA negative parameter estimate indicates that increase in the measure predicts greater weight loss (weight loss is a negative change score)