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Table 6 Comparing factor loadings in sure start with C-PRS and FLNP RCT with MORS (Child)

From: Validation of the mothers object relations scales in 2–4 year old children and comparison with the child–parent relationship scale

Variable Negative parenting Supportive parenting
  Sure start FLNP Sure start FLNP
Invasion/Conflict 0.80 0.710 −0.14 −0.154
Warmth/closeness −0.53 −0.590 0.39 0.155
Responsivity −0.06 0.018 0.8 0.837
Acceptance −0.09 −0.036 0.69 0.761
Harsh Discipline 0.70 0.789 0.20 0.150
Home chaos 0.60 0.672 0.24 0.057
Eigenvaluea 2.07 2.21 1.11 1.10
  1. aIn multivariate statistics, eigenvalues give the variance of a linear function of the variables. Eigenvalues measure the amount of the variation explained by each principal component (PC) and will be largest for the first PC and smaller for the subsequent PCs. An eigenvalue greater than 1 indicates that PCs account for more variance than accounted by one of the original variables in standardized data.