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Table 4 Linear mixed-model analysis results for adaptive and problematic eating behaviors

From: Problematic and adaptive eating in people with obesity after a DBT-based skills training intervention: 3- and 8-month follow-up and mediation analysis

  EES—emotional eating BES—binge eating MEQ—mindful eating   IES-2—intuitive eating
  B CI P B CI P B CI p B CI p
Fixed parts
 (Intercept) 2.19 2.03–2.35 < .001 24.39 22.57–26.21 < .001 2.42 2.36–2.49 < .001 2.74 2.67–2.81 < .001
 Int − 0.54 − 0.75 to − 0.33 < .001 − 8.28 − 10.58 to −5.98 < .001 0.25 0.16–0.33 < .001 0.37 0.26–0.47 < .001
Random parts
 σ2 0.289 32.824 0.050   0.085
 τ00, ID 0.417 51.855 0.060   0.054
 NID 105 95 100   100
 ICCID 0.590 0.612 0.546   0.387
 Observations 177 165 177   177
R2m/R2c .083/.624 .154/.672 .111/.596   .176/.495
  1. Note: B unstandardized regression coefficients, CI 95% confidence intervals are computed using the Wald method, p p values obtained using Wald statistic, ICC intraclass correlation coefficient, EES Emotional Eating Scale, IES-2 Intuitive Eating Scale, MEQ Mindful Eating Questionnaire, BES Binge Eating Scale