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From: Pubertal development and screen time among South Korean adolescents: testing body mass index and psychological well-being as mediators

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Associations between pubertal development, Body Mass Index (BMI), psychological well-being and screen time—Korea Children and Youth Panel Study, 2011–2012 (N = 2071). a. Mediated effects (β) model describing the associations between pubertal development, Body Mass Index (BMI), psychological well-being and screen time among boys (n = 1056). b. Mediated effects (β) model describing the associations between pubertal development, Body Mass Index (BMI), psychological well-being and screen time among girls (n = 1015). The primary variables of interest are shown in bolded texts; covariates are shown in non-bolded texts. Bolded lines indicate significant effect; dashed lines indicate non-significant effect; non-bolded lines indicate covariates. A rectangle represents a measured variable and an oval represents a latent variable. CFI = Comparative Fit Index; RMSEA = Root Mean Squared Error of Approximation. ***p < 0.001, **p < 0.01

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