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Table 3 The effect of physically (a) or non-physically (b) forced sexual activity on sport participation trajectories among male participants (N = 3147)

From: The effect of physically or non-physically forced sexual assault on trajectories of sport participation from adolescence through young adulthood

GroupParameterModel 1Model 2
Estimate(SE)Estimate(SE)
(a) Physically forced sexual activity
1Intercept−3.082(0.196)***−3.026(0.276)***
Ever forced to have sex in a physical way0.112(1.012)0.128(1.169)
Depression  −0.023(0.049)
2Intercept0.463(0.120)***0.768(0.160)***
Linear−0.475(0.069)***−0.504(0.072)***
Ever forced to have sex in a physical way0.494(0.586)0.689(0.591)
Depression  −0.082(0.026)**
3Intercept0.473(0.167)**0.630(0.188)***
Linear−0.074(0.033)*−0.075(0.029)*
Ever forced to have sex in a physical way−0.148(0.624)0.014(0.606)
Depression  −0.055(0.024)*
(b) Non-physically forced sexual activity
1Intercept−3.083(0.196)***−3.021(0.273)***
Ever forced to have sex in a physical way0.496(0.663)0.608(0.694)
Depression  −0.020(0.047)
2Intercept0.446(0.120)***0.760(0.160)***
Linear−0.473(0.068)***−0.505(0.071)***
Ever forced to have sex in a non-physical way0.594(0.488)0.824(0.501)
Depression  −0.085(0.026)***
3Intercept0.491(0.166)**0.652(0.187)***
Linear−0.073(0.032)*−0.076(0.028)**
Ever forced to have sex in a non-physical way−1.003(0.677)−0.916(0.682)
Depression  −0.053(0.024)*
  1. * p < .05, ** p < .01, *** p < .001