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Table 3 Fixed Effect Estimates of OBE Episodes Predicting Mean Change in Affect Relative to Non-OBE Episodes

From: Real-time predictors and consequences of binge eating among adults with type 1 diabetes

Parameter B SE DF t
Intercept 1.21*** 0.1 75 10.1
Pre Negative Affect −0.50*** 0.1 442 −9.4
Post OBE Δ Negative Affect 0.44*** 0.1 442 −5.4
Intercept 1.63*** 0.2 74 7.1
Pre Happy −0.57*** 0.1 443 −10.7
Post OBE Δ Happy −0.13 0.2 443 0.8
Intercept 1.21*** 0.1 75 9.4
Pre Sad −0.59*** 0.1 443 −12.9
Post OBE Δ Sad 0.39*** 0.1 443 −3.6
Intercept 1.28*** 0.1 75 9.4
Pre Angry −0.71*** 0.1 443 −15.3
Post OBE Δ Angry 0.27* 0.1 443 −2.5
Intercept 1.66*** 0.2 75 9.2
Pre Frustrated −0.59*** 0.1 442 −11.9
Post OBE Δ Frustrated 0.60*** 0.2 442 −3.9
Intercept 1.06*** 0.1 75 7.3
Pre Nervous/Anxious −0.52*** 0.1 442 −10.7
Post OBE Δ Nervous/Anxious 0.27* 0.1 442 −2.2
Intercept 1.42*** 0.2 75 9.0
Pre Guilty/Disgusted With Yourself −0.47*** 0.1 442 −10.1
Post OBE Δ Guilty/Disgusted With Yourself 0.59*** 0.1 442 −4.8
Intercept 1.57*** 0.2 75 7.4
Pre Upset About Diabetes −0.49*** 0.1 442 −8.1
Post OBE Δ Upset About Diabetes 0.30* 0.1 442 −2.4
  1. All models control for pre-meal levels of affect. OBE objective binge eating
  2. *p < .05. **p < .01. ***p < .001