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Table 1 Changes in objectively measured sedentary behavior across three measurement points

From: The influence of a consumer-wearable activity tracker on sedentary time and prolonged sedentary bouts: secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial

  Baseline M6 M12 P for linear-trends
Total ST (%/day)    
 Control 70.96 (0.50)a,b 72.05 (0.51) 71.99 (0.53) .021
 Fitbit 70.88 (0.49) 71.38 (0.51) 70.91 (0.54) .940
 Charity 70.42 (0.50) 71.78 (0.53) 71.51 (0.56) .839
 Cash 70.75 (0.49) 70.74 (0.50) 70.64 (0.54) .798
30-min PSB (%/day)
 Control 26.53 (0.79) 28.01 (0.83) 27.74 (0.83) .108
 Fitbit 25.98 (0.77) 27.24 (0.82) 26.16 (0.84) .812
 Charity 25.88 (0.80) 26.51 (0.85) 26.60 (0.87) .357
 Cash 24.81 (0.77) 26.39 (0.81) 25.49 (0.84) .374
  1. ST sedentary time, PSB prolonged sedentary bouts. Values are least-square mean (SE) estimated from the linear mixed models adjusting for study covariates (age, gender, and ethnicity)
  2. aSignificantly different from M6 at Bonferroni adjusted α level of .0125. b Significantly different from M12 at Bonferroni adjusted α level of .0125