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Table 1 Characteristics of the study sample and differences between study variables over time

From: A longitudinal study on how implicit attitudes and explicit cognitions synergistically influence physical activity intention and behavior

  T0
(N = 340)
T1
(n = 240)
T2
(n = 128)
F value df P value
Sex (female), n (%) 212 (61.1) 165 (63.5) 101 (70.1)    
Age in years 21 (2.11) 21 (2.14) 21 (2.19)    
Perceived pros 4.23 (.47) 4.29 (.46) 4.30 (.47) 1.91 737 .15
Perceived cons 2.00 (.50) 2.01 (.53) 2.01 (.51) .11 737 .89
Social norms 3.89 (.74) 3.90 (.74) 4.05 (.66) 3.06 737 .05
Social modeling 3.45 (.65) 3.43 (.71) 3.46 (.73) .10 737 .90
Self-efficacy 2.60 (.62) 2.56 (.61) 2.59 (.65) .53 737 .59
Implicit attitude .116 (.331) .130 (.338) .141 (.325) .63 737 .53
Intention 4.43 (.67) 4.38 (.70) 4.42 (.64) .78 737 .46
Physical activity 4959.03 (3187.16) 5401.21 (2980.59) 5593.24 (2888.56) 3.32 737 .04