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Table 3 Linear regression analyses of BMI versus figure response for all gender/identification groupings for BMI < 35

From: The effect of a medical opinion on self-perceptions of weight for Mexican adults: perception of change and cognitive biases

  Variable Unstd. B Std. Error t-statistic f-statistic R2 Sig 95% C.I. Lower 95% C.I. Upper
All   7573.014 0.328 0  
Constant 22.306 0.057 388.213   0 22.193 22.148
Figure 1.13 0.013 87.023   0 1.104 1.155
Men   2736.797 0.316 0  
Constant 22.395 0.085 262.99   0 22.228 22.561
Figure 0.982 0.019 52.314   0 0.945 1.019
Women   5126.825 0.348 0  
Constant 22.132 0.076 290.36   0 21.983 22.281
Figure 1.252 0.017 71.602   0 1.218 1.287
NI   6920.629 0.319 0  
Constant 22.267 0.058 380.662   0 22.152 22.381
Figure 1.12 0.013 83.19   0 1.094 1.147
Identified   168.078 0.18 0  
Constant 26.031 0.318 81.938   0 25.407 26.655
Figure 0.712 0.055 12.964   0 0.604 0.819
Men NI   2492.355 0.304 0  
Constant 22.402 0.086 260.267   0 22.234 22.571
Figure 0.964 0.019 49.923   0 0.927 1.002
Men I   31.447 0.132 0  
Constant 26.551 0.65 40.817   0 25.269 27.834
Figure 0.574 0.102 5.608   0 0.372 0.776
Women NI   4706.297 0.342 0  
Constant 22.053 0.078 282.442   0 21.9 22.206
Figure 1.254 0.018 68.602   0 1.218 1.29
Women I   140.332 0.201 0  
Constant 25.759 0.369 69.77   0 25.033 26.484
Figure 0.786 0.066 11.846   0 0.656 0.917
  1. In the Figures column the regression analyses are categorised by gender (All represents the combined group of men and women); and by identification of obesity (I and NI). Variable refers to the regression coefficients; Unstd. B Unstandardised Beta coefficient, Std. Error standard error, t-statistic, f-statistic, R2, Sig Significance value, 95% C.I. Lower Lower bound of the 95% confidence interval, 95% C.I. Upper Upper bound of the 95% confidence interval. Responses were taken only in the range BMI < 35 to test linearity