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Table 6 Multivariable analysis in the dietitian clients 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 1.394 0.903 1.886 < 0.001
Gender (Male* vs. female) 0.210 0.373 −0.254 0.674
Fear of COVID-19 scale 0.062 0.036 0.087 < 0.001
Short Boredom Proneness scale −0.038 − 0.062 − 0.015 0.001
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 0.025 −0.008 0.058 0.136
Presence of physical contact with friends 0.165 −0.295 0.625 0.479
Number of adults living in the quarantine/confinement 0.265 0.102 0.427 0.002
Fear of COVID-19 scale 0.068 0.044 0.092 < 0.001
Short Boredom Proneness scale 0.037 0.017 0.058 < 0.001
Gender (Male* vs. female) 0.569 0.122 1.015 0.013
Education level (university vs. secondary and lower*) −0.123 − 0.935 0.689 0.765
Physical exercise during quarantine/confinement 0.681 0.228 1.135 0.003
BMI (Kg/m2) 0.097 0.031 0.162 0.004
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 0.018 −0.405 0.440 0.934
Gender (Male* vs. female) 0.525 0.102 0.949 0.015
Physical exercise during quarantine/confinement 0.853 0.436 1.270 < 0.001
Fear of COVID-19 scale 0.051 0.026 0.076 < 0.001
Short Boredom Proneness scale 0.027 0.006 0.047 0.013
Number of adults living in the quarantine/confinement 0.274 0.120 0.428 0.001
BMI (Kg/m2) 0.118 0.058 0.178 < 0.001
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 0.026 0.001 0.051 0.042
Gender (Male* vs. female) 0.272 −0.069 0.613 0.117
Constant sense of insecurity for oneself and loved ones 0.579 0.191 0.967 0.004
Physical exercise during quarantine/confinement 0.767 0.419 1.114 < 0.001
Fear of COVID-19 scale 0.033 0.013 0.054 0.002
BMI (Kg/m2) 0.012 −0.037 0.061 0.641