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Table 4 Models predicting daily negative affect (high and low activation; HA, LA)

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

Model Coefficient (log odds) SE Odds ratio Model Coefficient (log odds) SE Odds ratio
High activation negative affect
5. PA (vs. no-PA) with high activation affect     6. PA (vs no-PA) and passion with high activation affect    
Fixed effects     Fixed effects    
  Intercept, β 00 −0.64** 0.23 0.53  Intercept, β 00 −0.64** 0.23 0.53
  PA, β 10 1.31*** 0.24 3.71   Harmonious passion, β 01 −0.34 0.18 0.71
Random effectsa       Obsessive passionb, β 02 −0.10 1.06 0.91
  Intercept, σ2 u0 2.51*** 1.58    PA day, β 10 1.31*** 0.24 3.71
  Residual variance, e 0.81 0.90   Random effectsa    
      Intercept, σ2 u0 2.41*** 1.55  
      Residual variance, e 0.81 0.90  
Low activation negative affect
7. PA (vs. no-PA) with low activation affect     8. PA (vs no-PA) and passion with low activation affect    
Fixed effects     Fixed effects    
  Intercept, β 00 −0.36 0.30 0.70  Intercept, β 00 −0.37 0.30 0.53
  PA, β 10 0.77** 0.26 2.17   Harmonious passion, β 01 −0.403 0.35 0.77
Random effectsa       Obsessive passion, β 02 1.43 1.28 1.03
  Intercept, σ2 u0 4.70*** 2.17    PA, β 10 0.76 0.25 3.60
  PA, σ2 u1 1.53** 1.24     Harmonious passion, β 11 −0.10 0.22 0.68
  Residual variance, e 0.73 0.85     Obsessive passionb, β 12 −1.85 1.09 0.66
     Random effectsa    
      Intercept, σ2 u0 4.62*** 2.15  
      PA, σ2 u1 1.27 1.13  
      Residual variance, e 0.73 0.85  
  1. Note. Unstandardized Estimates; SE = Standard Error; PA = Physical Activity.
  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.