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Table 7 Marginal effects from the estimated ordered logit

From: On the association between risk attitude and fruit and vegetable consumption: insights from university students in Italy

Variable Dependent variable’s levels
c_FV = 0 p c_FV = 1 p c_FV = 2 p c_FV = 3 p
CRRA − 0.004 (0.003)   − 0.094 (0.056) * 0.084 (0.050) * 0.014
(0.009)
 
HC − 0.010 (0.004) ** − 0.210 (0.035) *** 0.188 (0.033) *** 0.032
(0.008)
***
HEAL − 0.004 (0.003)   − 0.090 (0.048) * 0.081 (0.043) * 0.014
(0.008)
*
HOME − 0.013 (0.007) * − 0.215 (0.065) *** 0.199 (0.063) *** 0.029
(0.010)
***
VEG − 0.009 (0.004) ** − 0.278 (0.088) *** 0.208 (0.051) *** 0.079
(0.047)
*
Predicted probability 2.46   47.43   43.14   6.97  
  1. Note: Standard errors in parentheses. c_FV, fruit and vegetable’s consumption frequency (0 = never; 1 = low frequency; 2 = medium frequency; 3 = high frequency, as recommended); CRRA risk attitude, HC health consciousness, HEAL perceived health benefits, TRU trust, ATT attitude toward eating five portions of fruit and vegetable per day, EDU level of education, INC income level, HOME living at family home, JOB having a job, VEG being vegetarian, ORG organic food consumption frequency, SMO being a smoker. *p < 0.1; **p < 0.05; ***p < 0.01.