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Table 2 Physical activity regression models for all persons

From: Self-reported physical activity correlates in Swedish adults with multiple sclerosis: a cross-sectional study

All persons, multiple regression, physical activity (PA) dependent variablea
  All factors (n = 250) Factors with p < 0.20 (n = 267)
Independent variables β P-value β P-value
Age - 0.05 0.320 n.a. n.a.
Gender 0.00 0.987 n.a. n.a.
Employment 0.25 0.000* 0.26 0.000*
Children at home - 0.03 0.473 n.a. n.a.
Education 0.01 0.870 n.a. n.a.
Progressive MS - 0.03 0.541 n.a. n.a.
MSIS-29 physical - 0.30 0.002* - 0.30 0.001*
MSIS-29 psychological 0.00 0.948 n.a. n.a.
Fatigue 0.09 0.112 0.07 0.148
Self-efficacy for PA 0.13 0.035* 0.17 0.002*
Falls self-efficacy 0.21 0.011* 0.20 0.012*
Social support, family 0.02 0.585 n.a. n.a.
Enjoyment of PA 0.08 0.120 0.11 0.021*
  R2 = 0.58, F(13,2) = 27.0, p = 0.000 R2 = 0.59, F(6,3) = 64.9, p = 0.000
  1. β = Standardized beta coefficient. * = p < 0.05. R 2 adjusted R square, MSIS-29 Multiple Sclerosis Impact Scale
  2. aPhysical activity was measured using the Physical Activity Disability Survey – Revised