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Table 4 Confirmatory factor analysis: Factor matrix

From: An ultra-short screening version of the Recalled Parental Rearing Behavior questionnaire (FEE-US) and its factor structure in a representative German sample

  Father items Mother items
  Factor 1a Factor 2a Factor 3a δ i Factor 1a Factor 2a Factor 3a δ i
  Λ i(1) Λ i(2) Λ i(3)   Λ i(1) Λ i(2) Λ i(3)  
i1 .83 (.80, .86)    .31 .70 (.66, .74)    .51
i18 .85 (.82, .89)    .27 .93 (.88, .98)    .14
i15   .86 (.82, .89)   .27   .84 (.82, .87)   .29
i24   .81 (.78, .84)   .34   .79 (.76, .82)   .38
i11    .54 (.49, .59) .71    .54 (.50, .58) .71
i23    .47 (.42, .51) .78    .58 (.54, .62) .66
f1 f2 b   -.41 (−.44, -.38)     -.39 (−.43, -.35)   
f1 f3 b   .59 (.53, .65)     .48 (.42, .54)   
f2 f3 b   .37 (.31, .41)     .49 (.44, .53)   
  1. Note. N = 4,640. Item enumeration according to Schumacher et al. [1, 2], see also Table 2. The robust weighted least square estimation was used; δi = Measurement error (uniqueness), i.e. residual variances of completely standardized parameters. a For item-factor loadings, only completely standardized loadings are reported, i.e. completely standardized regression weights, with 95% confidence intervals in brackets. b For factor correlations, 95% confidence intervals are presented in brackets.