Figure 1.

Simple mediation model for the relationships between perceived neighborhood disorder and obesity status. Panel (a) path estimates for the direct effect of perceived neighborhood disorder on obesity status (controlling for income, education, education2 -to control for the non-linear effects of education, age and sex) (b) path estimates of the indirect effect of perceived neighborhood disorder on obesity status (controlling for income, education, education2 -to control for the non-linear effects of education, age and sex).

Dulin-Keita et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:440   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-440
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