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Table 3 Factor structure and factor loadings of the 24-item computer-based prostate cancer screening decision aid acceptance scale, with and without imputation (N = 354)

From: Development and initial psychometric evaluation of the computer-based prostate Cancer screening decision aid acceptance scale for African-American men

Items Without Imputation (Original) Single Imputation Multiple Imputation (1000)
Factor 1 Factor 2 Factor 3 Factor 1 Factor 2 Factor 3 Factor 1 Factor 2 Factor 3
Q4 85    82    82   
Q7 83    83    83   
Q3 83    82    82   
Q1 82    78    78   
Q2 82    78    82   
Q5 82    82    82   
Q8 81    79    79   
Q12 74   41 70   41 70   41
Q14 72    69    69   
Q6 70    68    68   
Q13 63   43 61   43 61   43
Q9 63    61   42 61   42
Q10 61    61   44 61   44
Q11 58   46 56   47 56   47
Q16 54    52    52   
Q24 51    44    44   
Q22   92    93    93  
Q21   92    91    91  
Q23   91    91    91  
Q20   89    87    87  
Q15   52    41    41  
Q18    88    78    78
Q17    81    74    74
Q19    67    57    57
  1. Note: Dataset without imputation is the original data. Factor 1 = Technology Use Expectancy and Intention. Factor 2 = Technology Use Anxiety. Factor 3 = Technology Use Self-Efficacy. Factor loadings are equivalent to standardized regression coefficients between scale items and factors. Internal consistency reliability for the total scale is 0.91 for no imputation, and 0.89 for both single and multiple imputation. Internal consistency reliability is 0.95, 0.90, and 0.85 for Factors 1, 2, and 3, respectively for no, single, and multiple imputation. Root Mean Square Residual = 0.035 and Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin Measure of Sampling Adequacy = 0.93 for without imputation (original), single and multiple imputation
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