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Table 4 The effect of physically (a) or non-physically (b) forced sexual activity on sport participation trajectories among female participants (N = 3356)

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−3.721(0.197)***−3.809(0.321)***
Ever forced to have sex in a physical way−0.401(0.560)−0.300(0.550)
Depression  0.016(0.042)
2Intercept−0.154(0.122)0.042(0.144)
Linear−0.217(0.017)***−0.219(0.017)***
Ever forced to have sex in a physical way−0.239(0.216)−0.151(0.225)
Depression  −0.047(0.017)**
(b) Non-physically forced sexual activity
1Intercept−3.733(0.208)***−3.877(0.341)***
Ever forced to have sex in a non-physical way−0.049(0.393)0.001(0.407)
Depression  0.026(0.041)
2Intercept0.131(0.124)0.056(0.145)
Linear−0.216(0.017)***−0.217(0.018)***
Ever forced to have sex in a non-physical way−0.469(0.207)*−0.412(0.217)
Depression  −0.047(0.017)**
  1. * p < .05, ** p < .01, *** p < .001