Table 3

Fixed-effect estimates of characteristics of eating episodes predicting insulin restriction

ParameterβSEOR95% CI
Intercept−3.22***0.57
 Break a rule
  Between-persons effects1.401.764.060.12–136.84
  Within-persons effects2.40***0.5311.073.90–31.38
Intercept−2.56***0.49
 Uncomfortably full
  Between-persons effects3.692.2239.910.48–>999.99
  Within-persons effects0.470.551.600.54–4.72
Intercept−2.65***0.48
 Large amount of food
  Between-persons effects4.94*2.12140.412.04–>999.99
  Within-persons effects1.40**0.534.051.43–11.53
Intercept−2.47***0.43
 Guilt for eating
  Between-persons effects1.77***0.405.842.65–12.88
  Within-persons effects0.53***0.151.711.27–2.29
Intercept−2.52***0.45
 Loss of control
  Between-persons effects2.17***0.538.743.05–25.02
  Within-persons effects0.38**0.141.461.11–1.91
  • This table presents results of five separate models examining the effects of each of the eating episode characteristics on insulin restriction. See Characteristics of the Eating Episode in Results for the results of the single model examining the effect of all five eating episode characteristics on insulin restriction. Dichotomous predictors (i.e., “break a rule,” “uncomfortably full,” and “large amount of food”) were grand-mean centered, such that the between-person estimates represent a comparison of someone who endorses a particular characteristic (e.g., “break a rule”) on 100% of eating occasions to someone who never endorses the characteristic. Simultaneous occurrences of the two events (i.e., dichotomous eating episode characteristics and insulin restriction) were relatively infrequent, resulting in high SE estimates and large CIs.

  • *P < 0.05.

  • **P < 0.01.

  • ***P < 0.001.