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Table 2 Coefficients of the hierarchical multiple regression analysis with PA at T0, T1, and T2 as dependent variable. Interaction of explicit attitude with IED is added in step 3

From: Does the discrepancy between implicit and explicit attitudes moderate the relationships between explicit attitude and (intention to) being physically active?

Block Independent variables PA at T0 PA at T1 PA at T2
B SE β 95% CI p B SE β 95% CI p B SE β 95% CI p
1 Gender 261.57 418.49 .05 −565.38 - 1088.52 .53 345.95 577.82 .06 − 800.86 - 1492.77 .55 1205.14 766.50 .21 − 332.95 - 2743.23 .12
Age 61.48 89.65 .06 − 115.67 - 238.63 .49 115.02 119.70 .10 − 122.55 - 352.59 .34 70.62 163.71 .06 −257.88 - 399.13 .67
2 Gender 735.93 439.89 .15 − 133.76 - 1605.63 .10 1034.48 598.19 .18 −154.30 - 2223.26 .09 1946.78 795.76 .35 341.98–3551.59 .02
Age 101.06 90.78 .09 −78.42 - 280.53 .27 155.86 120.06 .13 −82.74 - 394.45 .20 309.18 166.63 .26 −26.87 - 645.22 .07
Explicit attitude 25.49 41.02 .06 −55.61 - 106.59 .54 1.79 58.98 .00 −115.42 - 119.01 .98 −82.54 96.80 −.16 − 277.77 - 112.68 .40
Social Norms 30.49 315.84 .01 − 593.94 - 654.93 .92 494.88 450.84 .12 − 401.06 - 1390.83 .28 − 260.58 585.46 −.06 − 1441.28 - 920.12 .66
Social Modeling (partner) −67.41 191.94 −.03 − 446.88 - 312.05 .73 −282.51 249.60 −.12 −778.55 - 213.52 .26 −121.58 296.57 −.05 − 719.66 - 476.51 .68
Social Modeling (family members) −48.50 184.96 −.02 − 414.17 - 317.18 .79 −75.17 258.80 −.03 − 589.48 - 439.14 .77 − 524.24 329.07 −.23 − 1187.87 - 139.39 .12
Social Modeling (friends) 31.56 270.10 .01 − 502.45 - 565.56 .91 252.93 381.10 .08 −504.42 - 1010.28 .51 −229.16 559.43 −.07 − 1357.35 - 899.03 .68
Social Modeling (colleagues) − 284.54 279.14 −.09 − 836.41 - 267.33 .31 − 151.79 376.39 −.05 −899.78 - 596.20 .69 − 916.08 494.37 −.29 − 1913.08 - 80.92 .07
Self-efficacy 877.24 376.75 .22 132.39–1622.10 .02 1687.35 493.56 .38 706.49–2668.20 <.001 1670.69 560.70 .43 539.93–2801.46 .005
Implicit attitude 1224.04 690.54 .15 −141.20 - 2589.28 .08 1648.47 971.16 .18 − 281.52 - 3578.45 .09 1389.70 1271.89 .15 − 1175.31 - 3954.72 .28
IED − 532.00 273.53 −.16 −1072.79 - 8.78 .05 − 678.50 362.02 −.20 −1397.93 - 40.93 .06 −543.96 459.56 −.17 −1470.75 - 382.83 .24
3 Gender 738.39 446.12 .15 −143.67 - 1620.45 .10 1025.90 603.28 .18 − 173.19 - 2224.98 .09 1958.24 807.82 .35 327.99–3588.48 .02
Age 101.07 91.10 .09 −79.06 - 281.20 .27 158.37 121.48 .13 −83.09 - 399.82 .20 307.55 168.83 .26 −33.16 - 648.26 .08
Explicit attitude 24.69 46.14 .06 −66.53 - 115.92 .59 8.01 68.12 .02 − 127.39 - 143.41 .91 −90.42 108.65 −.17 − 309.68 - 128.85 .41
Social Norms 30.32 317.01 .01 −596.46 - 657.10 .92 492.73 453.48 .12 − 408.61 - 1394.07 .28 −258.54 592.32 −.06 − 1453.89 - 936.82 .66
Social Modeling (partner) −67.10 192.80 −.03 − 448.29 - 314.10 .73 −284.98 251.34 −.12 − 784.54 - 214.58 .26 − 114.03 303.35 −.05 − 726.22 – 498.16 .71
Social Modeling (family members) −48.36 185.66 −.02 −415.44 - 318.71 .79 −76.97 260.41 −.03 − 594.57 - 440.63 .77 − 530.75 335.12 −.23 − 1207.05 - 145.55 .12
Social Modeling (friends) 31.33 271.13 .01 −504.75 - 567.41 .91 254.33 383.28 .08 − 507.48 - 1016.13 .51 − 234.93 566.91 −.08 − 1378.99 - 909.14 .68
Social Modeling (colleagues) −284.09 280.38 −.09 − 838.46 - 270.28 .31 − 159.07 380.50 −.05 − 915.36 - 597.21 .68 − 907.00 502.99 −.29 − 1922.09 - 108.08 .08
Self-efficacy 878.85 380.44 .22 126.66–1631.05 .02 1678.98 498.34 .38 688.48–2669.48 <.001 1675.05 567.75 .43 529.29–2820.81 <.001
Implicit attitude 1239.85 807.07 .15 −355.87 - 2835.56 .13 1551.96 1106.57 .17 − 647.48 - 3751.39 .16 1521.38 1508.29 .16 − 1522.47 - 4565.23 .32
IED − 527.40 299.82 −.16 − 1120.19 - 65.40 .08 − 711.28 404.67 −.21 − 1515.61 - 93.05 .08 −500.30 533.12 −.15 − 1576.18 - 575.58 .35
IED x Explicit attitude 1.45 37.93 .004 −73.55 - 76.45 .97 −9.05 48.81 −.03 −106.06 - 87.96 .85 11.24 67.22 .04 −124.42 - 146.91 .87
  1. Note. B = unstandardized regression coefficient; β = standardized regression coefficient; SE = standard error; 95% CI = 95% confidence interval