Table 3

Predicting the maternal perception for the need of action at the 75th and at the 97th percentile
Need for action on silhouettes on the 75thpercentile: B

SD

error

Wald df p OR CI
Child’s sex:female −1.05 .51 4.23 1 .04 0.35 0.13 – 0.95
Child’s age 0.09 .14 0.46 1 .50 1.10 0.84 – 1.44
Child’s weight −0.18 .26 0.49 1 .48 0.84 0.51 – 1.39
Mother’s weight −0.02 .05 0.13 1 .72 0.98 0.90 – 1.08
Mother’s education −0.07 .20 0.14 1 .71 0.93 0.63 – 1.38
Family income 0.00 .00 0.03 1 .87 1.00 1.00 – 0.95

Weight dissatisfaction

- satisfaction

- preferred heavier silhouette

−0.30

−1.31

.88

1.02

0.12

1.64

1

1

.73

.20

0.74

0.27

0.13 – 4.15

0.04 – 2.00

Identification of overweight silhouettes:- 75th percentile

     - 90th percentile

2.57

0.63

.92

.97

7.79

0.42

1

1

.01

.52

13.12

1.87

2.15 – 79.96

0.28 – 12.56

Identification of physical health risk:90th and 97 th percentile −0.95 .50 3.61 1 .06 0.39 0.15 – 1.03
Identification of mental health risk:90th and 97th percentile −0.57 .49 1.36 1 .24 0.57 0.22 – 1.47
Need for action on silhouettes on the 97thpercentile: B

SD

error

Wald df p OR CI
Child’s sex:female 0.53 .53 0.99 1 .32 1.70 0.60 – 4.81
Child’s age −0.19 .14 1.73 1 .19 0.83 0.63 – 1.10
Child’s weight −0.25 .24 1.11 1 .29 0.78 0.49 – 1.24
Mother’s weight −0.05 .05 1.23 1 .27 0.95 0.87 – 1.04
Mother’s education −0.21 .20 1.09 1 .30 0.82 0.56 – 1.20
Family income 0.00 .00 0.05 1 .82 1.00 1.00 – 1.00

Weight dissatisfaction

- satisfaction

- preferred heavier silhouette

−0.81

−1.15

.91

1.07

0.78

1.15

1

1

.38

.28

0.45

0.32

0.08 – 2.67

0.04 – 2.59

Identification of overweight silhouettes:- 75th percentile

      - 90th percentile

−0.86

−0.48

.75

.68

1.34

0.51

1

1

.25

.48

0.42

0.62

0.09 – 1.82

0.16 – 2.34

Identification of physical health risk:90th and 97th percentile −1.38 .57 6.00 1 .01 0.25 0.08 – 0.76
Identification of mental health risk:90th and 97th percentile −0.69 .56 1.51 1 .22 0.50 0.17 – 1.51

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Warschburger and Kröller BMC Public Health 2012 12:295   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-12-295

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