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Table 2 Cross-lagged and autoregressive associations between financial strain, home disorder, relocating and modifying home and ability to walk among community-dwelling National Health and Aging Trends Study participants followed from 2012 to 2014 (n = 3234)

From: Longitudinal and reciprocal associations between financial strain, home characteristics and mobility in the National Health and Aging Trends Study

 Financial strainta
B (SE)
Home disorderta
B (SE)
Relocatedta
B (SE)
Modified hometa
B (SE)
Able to walktb B (SE)
Independent variable
 Financial straint-11.472 (0.099)**
0.824 (0.072)**
0.197 (0.043)**0.182 (0.049)**−0.014 (0.050)−0.145 (0.057)*
 Home disordert-10.130 (0.025)**0.678 (0.024)**
0.832 (0.038)**
0.005 (0.022)0.039 (0.020)−0.085 (0.020)**
 Relocated−10.029 (0.074)−0.148 (0.064)*0.853 (0.136)**
0.380 (0.072)**
−0.006 (0.067)−0.096 (0.074)
 Modified homet-10.001 (0.067)0.090 (0.033)**0.015 (0.043)0.713 (0.089)**
0.401 (0.050)**
−0.091 (0.045)*
 Able to walkt-1−0.133 (0.068)−0.128 (0.059)*− 0.172 (0.044)**0.013 (0.051)1.312 (0.113)** 0.885 (0.102)**
  1. Note: Adjusted for baseline age, age-squared, sex, black race, Hispanic ethnicity, education and income and one-year lagged values of financial strain, home disorder, relocating, modifying home and ability to walk in a structural equation model with good fit (RMSEA = 0.023). Unstandardized coefficients are presented. Cross-lagged were associations constrained across study years. 2014 sampling weights were used
  2. a Additionally adjusted for presence of social support
  3. b Additionally adjusted for two-year lagged values of height, chronic conditions and BMI
  4. *p < 0.05
  5. **p < 0.01