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Table 5 Multivariable analysis in the general population group

From: Association between eating behavior and quarantine/confinement stressors during the coronavirus disease 2019 outbreak

  Unstandardized Beta 95% CI p-value
Model 1: Linear regression variable taking the ‘EDE-Restraint subscale’ as the dependent variable and the sociodemographic, quarantine/confinement stressors, anger and anxiety as the independent variables.
Physical exercise during quarantine/confinement 0.736 0.354 1.118 < 0.001
Gender (Male* vs. female) 0.421 0.013 0.829 0.043
Fear of COVID-19 scale .006 −.018 .030 .615
Short Boredom Proneness scale .005 −.016 .026 .637
Model 2: Linear regression variable taking the ‘EDE- Shape Concern subscale’ as the dependent variable and the sociodemographic, quarantine/confinement stressors, anger and anxiety as the independent variables.
Anxiety scale 0.057 0.034 0.081 < 0.001
Presence of physical contact with friends − 0.863 −1.254 − 0.472 < 0.001
Number of adults living in the quarantine/confinement 0.115 −0.037 0.266 0.137
Fear of COVID-19 scale 0.006 −0.018 0.029 0.648
Short Boredom Proneness scale 0.013 −0.007 0.033 0.215
Gender (Male* vs. female) 0.558 0.162 0.955 0.006
Education level (university vs. secondary and lower*) −0.817 −1.628 − 0.006 0.048
Physical exercise during quarantine/confinement 0.382 −0.005 0.769 0.053
BMI (Kg/m2) 0.084 −0.017 0.185 0.101
Model 3: Linear regression variable taking the ‘EDE- Weight Concern subscale’ as the dependent variable and the sociodemographic quarantine/confinement stressors, anger and anxiety as the independent variables.
Presence of physical contact with friends −0.716 −1.094 −0.338 < 0.001
Gender (Male* vs. female) 0.609 0.232 0.986 0.002
Physical exercise during quarantine/confinement 0.435 0.085 0.786 0.015
Fear of COVID-19 scale −0.009 −0.031 0.014 0.454
Short Boredom Proneness scale 0.021 0.002 0.040 0.031
Number of adults living in the quarantine/confinement 0.112 −0.032 0.256 0.126
BMI (Kg/m2) 0.115 0.019 0.211 0.019
Model 4: Linear regression variable taking the ‘EDE- Eating Concern subscale’ as the dependent variable and the sociodemographic, quarantine/confinement stressors, anger and anxiety as the independent variables.
Anxiety scale 0.035 0.011 0.059 0.005
Gender (Male* vs. female) 0.694 0.387 1.002 < 0.001
Constant sense of insecurity for oneself and loved ones 0.211 −0.114 0.536 0.202
Physical exercise during quarantine/confinement 0.208 − 0.093 0.509 0.174
Fear of COVID-19 scale −0.003 −0.021 0.016 0.760
BMI (Kg/m2) 0.087 0.007 0.166 0.032
  1. *Reference group