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Table 5 Confirmatory factor analysis for the 1–factor anxiety models

From: Is a prostate cancer screening anxiety measure invariant across two different samples of age-appropriate men?

Model Chi–square (df) P–value CFI TLI RMSEA WRMR
1–Factor PSA anxiety
Private Clinic 6.810 (7) .4489 1.00 1.00 <.001 .379
Public Clinic 7.002 (6) .3207 .999 .999 .034 .382
1–Factor DRE anxiety
Private Clinic 29.662 (7) .0001 .983 .983 .105 .863
Public Clinic 4.334 (7) .7406 1.000 1.004 <.001 .305
1–Factor PCS-D anxiety
Private Clinic 7.154 (6) .3068 .999 .999 .026 .449
Public Clinic 8.776 (7) .2691 .998 .999 .042 .373
  1. Note. df = degrees of freedom; PSA = prostate–specific antigen test, DRE=digital rectal examination; PCS-D = prostate cancer screening decision; CFI = comparative fit index; TLI = Tucker–Lewis index; RMSEA = root mean square error of approximation; WRMR = weighted root mean square residual; bold font indicates adequate fit.