Table 4

Models predicting daily negative affect (high and low activation; HA, LA)
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, β00 −0.64** 0.23 0.53  Intercept, β00 −0.64** 0.23 0.53
  PA, β10 1.31*** 0.24 3.71   Harmonious passion, β01 −0.34 0.18 0.71
Random effectsa   Obsessive passionb, β02 −0.10 1.06 0.91
  Intercept, σ2u0 2.51*** 1.58  PA day, β10 1.31*** 0.24 3.71
  Residual variance, e 0.81 0.90 Random effectsa
 Intercept, σ2u0 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, β00 −0.36 0.30 0.70  Intercept, β00 −0.37 0.30 0.53
  PA, β10 0.77** 0.26 2.17   Harmonious passion, β01 −0.403 0.35 0.77
Random effectsa   Obsessive passion, β02 1.43 1.28 1.03
  Intercept, σ2u0 4.70*** 2.17  PA, β10 0.76 0.25 3.60
  PA, σ2u1 1.53** 1.24   Harmonious passion, β11 −0.10 0.22 0.68
  Residual variance, e 0.73 0.85   Obsessive passionb, β12 −1.85 1.09 0.66
Random effectsa
 Intercept, σ2u0 4.62*** 2.15
 PA, σ2u1 1.27 1.13
 Residual variance, e 0.73 0.85

Note. Unstandardized Estimates; SE = Standard Error; PA = Physical Activity.

aVariance component estimates and standard deviations are provided for Random Effects.

bLog transformed Obsessive passion variable.

p = .10. * p < .05. ** p < .01. *** p < .001.

Guérin et al.

Guérin et al. Psychology of Well-Being: Theory, Research and Practice 2013 3:4   doi:10.1186/2211-1522-3-4

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