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Correction to: Tracking physical activity in different settings from late childhood to early adulthood in Germany: the MoMo longitudinal study

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BMC Public HealthBMC series – open, inclusive and trusted201818:217

https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5111-8

  • Received: 18 January 2018
  • Accepted: 22 January 2018
  • Published:

The original article was published in BMC Public Health 2015 15:391

Correction

After publication of the article [1], it has been brought to our attention that the values cited under “indices t1-t0” have been reversed and should be displayed in the opposite order. The corrected Table 1 would appear as follows
Table 1

Mean (1 standard deviation) patient characteristics (*p < .05)

  

LTPA (min./week)

SCPA (min./week)

OPA (days/week)

OS index (min./week)

indices – t0

overall

 

74.1 ± 98.0

N=924

218.6 ± 122.8

N=296

3.47 ± 1.82

N=947

292.7 ± 164.5

N=932

sex

boys

81.3 ± 107.0

N=438

231.1 ± 124.2

N=168

3.78 ± 1.80

N=447

312.4 ± 171.0

N=438

girls

67.3 ± 88.1

N=496

200.5 ± 118.6

N=128

3.15 ± 1.78

N=500

267.8 ± 151.2

N=494

age

young group

86.4 ± 104.5

N=477

193.6 ± 101.6

N=181

3.82 ± 1.75

N=477

280.0 ± 145.3

N=117

old group

72.9 ± 97.3

N=469

227.1 ± 126.8

N=130

3.43 ± 1.82

N=469

300.0 ± 179.6

N=815

SES

low

64.5 ± 101.4

N=185

189.3 ± 107.1

N=39

3.29 ± 1.91

N=186

253.8 ± 134.6

N=184

middle

81.9 ± 100.6

N=485

224.6 ± 120.7

N=166

3.70 ± 1.76

N=494

306.5 ± 170.6

N=483

high

69.6 ± 89.8

N=262

222.0 ± 133.1

N=91

3.15 ± 1.78

N=265

291.6 ± 158.6

N=263

indices – t1

overall

 

74.1 ± 93.5

222.2 ± 133.1

3.31 ± 1.86

296.3 ± 163.2

sex

boys

82.6 ± 102.1

250.5 ± 132.9

3.48 ± 1.85

333.1 ± 165.3

girls

64.2 ± 83.5

181.0 ± 122.6

3.15 ± 1.87

245.2 ± 147.2

age

young group

58.6 ± 87.2

232.9 ± 190.0

3.20 ± 1.79

291.5 ± 170.2

old group

74.6 ± 93.9

228.9 ± 138.8

3.32 ± 1.87

303.5 ± 162.3

SES

low

64.2 ± 96.9

230.0 ± 109.3

3.22 ± 1.83

294.2 ± 146.4

middle

73.3 ± 89.4

231.5 ± 132.2

3.30 ± 1.88

304.8 ± 159.5

high

82.2 ± 97.0

199.0 ± 144.5

3.38 ± 1.88

281.2 ± 177.9

indices – t1-t0

overall

 

0.0 ± 128.5

3.6 ± 155.7

-0.2 ± 2.3*

3.6 ± 192.2*

sex

boys

1.3 ± 141.6

19.4 ± 161.7*

-0.3 ± 2.3*

20.7 ± 206.4*

girls

-3.1 ± 114.7

-19.4 ± 143.8*

0.0 ± 2.3

-22.6 ± 167.7*

age

young group

-27.9 ± 139.0*

39.3 ± 140.9*

-0.6 ± 2.1*

10.5 ± 183.0*

old group

1.7 ± 127.2

1.8 ± 154.3

-0.1 ± 2.3

3.5 ± 192.9*

SES

low

-0.3 ± 138.5

40.7 ± 115.0*

-0.1 ± 2.1

40.4 ± 176.7*

middle

-8.6 ± 126.0

6.0 ± 151.1

-0.4 ± 2.4*

-1.7 ± 186.8

high

13.8 ± 124.1*

-23.0 ± 178.5*

0.2 ± 2.3*

-10.4 ± 202.3*

SES socioeconomic status; LTPA – leisure-time PA; SCPA – sport club PA; OPA – overall PA;

OS index – overall sports index

Furthermore, the last sentence of Sport club physical activity (minutes per week) that reads “SCPA decreased by 39.3 min per week from t0 to t1 in the young group (F177 = 15.4, df = 1, p < .001).” should in fact say “SCPA increased by 39.3 min per week from t0 to t1 in the young group (F177 = 15.4, df = 1, p < .001).”

Notes

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Authors’ Affiliations

(1)
Department of Sports and Sports Science, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Engler-Bunte Ring 15 (Building 40.40), 76131 Karlsruhe, Germany
(2)
Department of Sports Sciences, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Philippstraße 13 (Building 11), 10111 Berlin, Germany
(3)
Institute of Health Sciences, University of Education Schwäbisch Gmünd, Oberbettringer Straße 200, 73525 Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany

Reference

  1. Rauner A, Jekauc D, Mess F, Schmidt S, Woll A. Tracking physical activity in different settings from late childhood to early adulthood in Germany: the MoMo longitudinal study. BMC Public Health. 2015;15(1):391. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-015-1731-4.View ArticlePubMedPubMed CentralGoogle Scholar

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