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Table 3 Model estimated difference in change of obesogenic behaviors attend vs. not attend on weekdays

From: The impact of summer programming on the obesogenic behaviors of children: behavioral outcomes from a quasi-experimental pilot trial

Hypothesis 2
Weekday attend
∆ HSL (n = 51) versus 21C (n = 57)
(interaction)
95% CI HR HS
Sedentary (min) − 58.6 (− 104.3, − 12.8) Support
MVPA (min) 36.2 (16.4, 55.9) + Support
Total steps 2799.2 (1594.4, 4004.0) + Support
Sleep duration (min) − 4.4 (− 32.3, 23.4) 0 Support
Sleep onset 35.3 (− 4.3, 74.8) 0 Support
I-I SD for sleep onset − 1.6 (− 50.3, 47.1) 0 Support
Sleep offset 9.3 (− 24.4, 43.1) 0 Support
I-I SD for sleep offset − 19.4 (− 69.8, 30.9) 0 Support
Total screen time (min) 13.3 (− 29.6, 56.1) 0 Support
Screen time after 20:00 h (min) 21.1 (− 6.3, 48.5) 0 Support
Healthy foods/drinks 0.24 (− 0.14, 0.62) + Null
Unhealthy foods/drinks 0.22 (− 0.51, 0.95) Null
  1. Abbreviations: HR hypothesized relationship, HS hypothesized support (i.e., did the relationship support the hypothesis), HSL Healthy Summer Learners, 21C 21st Century Summer Learning Center, I-I intra-individual; estimates are based on multilevel mixed effects linear regressions with days nested within children, all estimates represent combined data from schools 1 and 2 (i.e., summer 2018 and 2019); bolded values indicated a statistically significant difference at p < 0.05. Support indicates statistically significant difference in the hypothesized direction or no statistically significant difference when no difference was hypothesized, Null indicates no statistically significant difference despite a hypothesis that the means should differ, and Conflict indicates statistically significant difference that is contrary to the hypothesized relationship