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Table 5 Multivariable analysis

From: Factors associated with restrained eating and validation of the Arabic version of the restrained eating scale among an adult representative sample of the Lebanese population: a cross-sectional study

Model 1: Linear regression taking the Dutch restrained eating scale as the dependent variable and the sociodemographic variables as independent ones.
  Unstandardized Beta t p-value Confidence interval
Lower Bound Upper Bound
Gender (females vs. malesa) 0.461 6.257 <0.001 0.316 0.605
Body Mass Index 0.042 6.350 <0.001 0.029 0.055
High monthly income vs. no incomea 0.344 2.425 0.016 0.066 0.623
Intermediate monthly income vs. no incomea 0.273 2.825 0.016 0.066 0.623
Variables entered: Age, gender, BMI, marital status and monthly income.
R2=0.086
Model 2: Linear regression taking the Dutch restrained eating scale as the dependent variable and the pressure variables as independent variables.
  Unstandardized Beta t p-value Confidence interval
Lower Bound Upper Bound
Body dissatisfaction score 0.038 6.176 <0.001 0.026 0.050
BMI 0.017 2.351 0.019 0.003 0.031
Practicing sport activities (yes vs. noa) 0.381 5.540 <0.001 0.246 0.516
Age 0.010 3.434 0.001 0.004 0.016
Gender (females vs. malesa) 0.356 5.038 <0.001 0.217 0.494
Pressure from TV, magazine to lose your weight 0.484 5.478 <0.001 0.310 0.657
Intermediate monthly income vs. no incomea 0.228 2.408 0.016 0.042 0.414
Variables entered = Age, gender, BMI, marital status, monthly income, caffeine, family history of eating disorders, Pressure from TV, magazine to lose your weight, Practicing sport activities and body dissatisfaction score.
R2=0.211
Model 3: Linear regression taking the Dutch restrained eating scale as dependent variable and all other scales as independent variables.
  Unstandardized Beta t p-value Confidence interval
Lower Bound Upper Bound
Body dissatisfaction score 0.037 5.735 <0.001 0.024 0.049
Age 0.011 3.543 <0.001 0.005 0.017
Gender (females vs. malesa) 0.316 4.240 <0.001 0.170 0.462
BMI 0.018 2.470 0.014 0.004 0.033
State Adult attachment scale-Anxiety 0.008 1.965 0.050 0.0003 0.015
Pressure from TV, magazine to lose your weight (yes vs. noa) 0.458 4.969 <0.001 0.277 0.639
Practicing sport activities (yes vs. noa) 0.414 5.724 <0.001 0.272 0.556
Emotion regulation cognitive reappraisal facet 0.014 2.876 0.004 0.004 0.023
Intermediate income vs. no incomea 0.256 2.518 0.012 0.056 0.455
Variables entered in the model: Age, gender, BMI, marital status, monthly income, caffeine, family history of eating disorders, Pressure from TV, magazine to lose your weight, Practicing sport activities, self-esteem scale, ERQ cognitive reappraisal facet, SAAM-Anxiety, SAAM-avoidance, SAAM-security and Body dissatisfaction score.
R2=0.238
  1. aReference group; R2 = Nagelkerke value