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Table 2 Fit indices for confirmatory analysis of SOC-13

From: Analysis of the psychometric properties of the Sense of Coherence scale (SOC-13) in patients with cardiovascular risk factors: a study of the method effects associated with negatively worded items

Model χ2S-B df p NNFI CFI AIC RMSEA [95% CI] SRMR
One global factor solution 339.59 65  < 0.001 0.567 0.639 209.595 0.120 [0.108, 0.133] 0.093
Three factors correlated solution 328.93 62  < 0.001 0.559 0.649 204.935 0.121 [0.108, 0.134] 0.092
Second-order factor with three first-order factors solution 540.41 62  < 0.001 0.209 0.371 416.410 0.163 [0.150, 0.175] 0.206
One global factor solution with method effect 117.13 60  < 0.001 0.902 0.925 − 2.867 0.057 [0.041, 0.072] 0.057
Three factors correlated solution with method effect 99.81 57  < 0.001 0.923 0.944 − 13.775 0.051 [0.034, 0.067] 0.057
Second-order factor with three first-order factors solution with method effect 300.08 57  < 0.001 0.563 0.680 186.085 0.121 [0.107, 0.134] 0.184
  1. χ2S–B = Satorra–Bentler scaled Chi-squared test; df = degrees of freedom; p = p value; NNFI = Non-Normalized Fit Index; CFI = Comparative Fit Index; AIC = Akaike's Information Criterion; RMSEA = Root-Mean-Square Error of Approximation; SRMR = Standardized Root Mean Squared Residual