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Table 3 GWBI loadings on forced 6-factor analyses

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

Question Factors
  1 2 3 4 5 6
Q1 feel in general .424 .437 .282 .386 .216 .203
Q2 bothered by nerves* .113 .233 .207 .153 .117 .878
Q3 in firm control .343 .447 .279 .385 .027 .384
Q4 sad hopeless* .220 .698 .100 .390 .179 .146
Q5 under stress* .063 .216 .749 .135 .294 .099
Q6 happy with personal life .298 .225 .531 .524 .129 -.015
Q7 losing control* .132 .807 .284 -.009 .068 .107
Q8 anxious upset* .204 .523 .530 .181 .286 .274
Q9 wake up rested .686 .156 .201 .258 .157 .156
Q10 illness pain* .314 .090 .183 .107 .855 .024
Q11 life full of interest .357 .056 .095 .746 .210 .166
Q12 disheartened sad* .267 .426 .500 .386 .289 .225
Q13 stable sure .340 .488 .200 .539 .112 .197
Q14 tired exhausted* .705 .175 .357 .183 .254 .124
Q15 depressed* .321 .490 .412 .314 .223 .339
Q16 tense* .421 .288 .649 .114 -.043 .313
Q17 well enough to do things .690 .211 .150 .120 .325 .239
Q18 energy vitality .828 .184 .106 .239 .189 -.036
Q19 worries about health* .350 .196 .168 .191 .775 .147
Q20 active vigorous .799 .157 .091 .328 .213 .078
Q21 cheerful .369 .412 .357 .592 .087 .069
Q22 relaxed .377 .193 .497 .474 .080 .347
% variance 19.9 14.2 13.4 12.8 9.5 7.5
  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.