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Table 2 GWBI loadings on unforced and forced 1-factor analyses

From: Psychometric properties of two measures of psychological well-being in adult growth hormone deficiency

Question Factors in an unforced analysis Forced 1-factor
  1 2 3  
Q1 feel in general .586 .532 .222 .821
Q2 bothered by nerves* .669 .136 .104 .588
Q3 in firm control .678 .459 .026 .772
Q4 sad hopeless* .644 .373 .114 .724
Q5 under stress* .638 .066 .395 .620
Q6 happy with personal life .550 .486 .146 .740
Q7 losing control* .711 .082 .126 .591
Q8 anxious upset* .782 .220 .347 .801
Q9 wake up rested .284 .699 .231 .718
Q10 illness pain* .159 .304 .861 .592
Q11 life full of interest .316 .675 .090 .678
Q12 disheartened sad* .728 .382 .308 .853
Q13 stable sure .618 .545 .057 .795
Q14 tired exhausted* .351 .667 .374 .792
Q15 depressed* .744 .395 .250 .853
Q16 tense* .686 .365 .117 .749
Q17 well enough to do things .286 .632 .408 .737
Q18 energy vitality .147 .822 .275 .715
Q19 worries about health* .289 .376 .762 .695
Q20 active vigorous .194 .841 .265 .757
Q21 cheerful .616 .590 .063 .825
Q22 relaxed .645 .521 .109 .816
% of variance 30.8 25.9 11.0 55.1
  1. Principal Components extraction.
  2. *Negatively worded item scores have been reversed for comparison with factor analyses conducted by Gaston and Vogl [22].
  3. Salient loadings ≥ 0.4. Loadings in bold are highest loadings for an item; italicised loadings are salient, but not the highest loading.