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Table 5 Unstandardized linear regression coefficients and their 95% confidence intervals for the association between home sedentary behaviour environment and children’s sedentary time (SED) (n = 687–794)

From: Are associations between home environment and preschool children’s sedentary time influenced by parental educational level in a cross-sectional survey?

  n B (CI 95%)
Psychological control 794 −0.20 (− 0.80–0.40)
Promoting inactivity 705 − 0.21 (− 0.82–0.39)
Using screens as babysitter 701 0.13 (− 0.19–0.44)
Descriptive norm for children’s screen time 701 − 0.93** (−1.53--0.34)
Number of screens in the household accessible to the child 707 0.02 (−0.24–0.29)
Parent has rules limiting the child’s TV time 687 −0.56 (−1.25–0.13)
Parent has rules limiting child’s other screen time 690 −0.11 (− 0.83–0.61)
Important for the parent to limit the child’s screen time 703 − 0.96* (− 1.67- -0.08)
Parent’s screen time in the presence of the child (h/day) 705 0.39 (−0.02–0.80)
Parent is satisfied with the child’s screen time 704 −1.39*** (−2.01--0.76)
  1. All analyses conducted separately for each independent variable and adjusted for children’s gender and age, parental status (mother/father), and season of conducting the study
  2. Level of statistical significance *p < .05, **p < .01, p*** < .001