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Table 3 Models predicting daily ‘low activation’ positive affect

From: “I just NEED to move…”: examining women’s passion for physical activity and its relationship with daily affect and vitality

Model Estimate SE
3. PA (vs. no-PA) with low activation affect
Fixed effects
 Intercept, β 00 16.61*** 0.39
 PA, β 10 −2.10*** 0.33
Random effectsa
 Intercept, σ2 u0 8.03*** 2.83
 PA, σ2 u1 2.09* 1.45
 Residual variance, e 7.58 2.75
4. PA (vs. no-PA) with low activation affect
Fixed effects
 Intercept, β 00 16.61*** 0.38
  Harmonious passion, β 01 0.58 0.42
  Obsessive passionb, β 02 −2.39 1.94
 PA, β 10 −2.09*** 0.33
  Harmonious passion, β 11 0.34 0.38
  Obsessive passionb, β 12 −1.04 1.86
Random effectsa
 Intercept, σ2 u0 7.54*** 7.54
 PA, σ2 u1 1.88* 1.37
 Residual variance, e 7.89 2.75
  1. Note. Unstandardized Estimates; SE = Standard Error; PA = Physical Activity. See Equations Table 1.
  2. aVariance component estimates and standard deviations are provided for Random Effects.
  3. bLog transformed Obsessive passion variable.
  4. p = .10. * p < .05. ** p < .01. *** p < .001.