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Figure S1. Cross-sectional association between conscientiousness and obesity by subgroups (standardized odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals). The p-values for heterogeneity (I2) indicate statistical significance of group differences within subgroups.

Figure S2. Longitudinal associations between baseline personality and subsequent obesity in the total sample (n = 43,638) adjusted for baseline obesity status, the other four personality traits, educational level, sex, age, follow-up length, ethnicity/nationality.

Figure S3. Longitudinal associations between baseline personality and subsequent obesity in non-obese individuals at baseline (n = 33,981) adjusted for the other four personality traits, educational level, sex, age, follow-up length, ethnicity/nationality.

Figure S4. Longitudinal associations between baseline personality and subsequent obesity in obese individuals at baseline (n = 9,657) adjusted for the other four personality traits, educational level, sex, age, follow-up length, ethnicity/nationality.

Figure S5. Pooled longitudinal associations between baseline personality traits and subsequent obesity when personality scores are categorized into quintiles in each study (I = lowest quintile, the reference category, V = highest quintile). All associations are adjusted for obesity status at baseline, sex, age, educational level, follow-up length and ethnicity/nationality. n = 43,638.

Table S1. Subgroup analyses of cross-sectional associations between personality traits and obesity.

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