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Table 6 Measurement invariance for the two 1–factor anxiety models

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

  Chi–square (df) P–value CFI TLI RMSEA WRMR
1–Factor PSA anxiety
1. less restrictive 13.052 (13) .4438 1.00 1.00 .004 .560
2. more restrictive 34.804 (12) .0005 .989 .988 .092 1.225
1. vs 2. 23.312 (4) .0001     
1–Factor PCS-D anxiety
1. less restrictive 14.206 (12) .2878 .999 .999 .029 .577
2. more restrictive 23.553 (16) .0997 .996 .997 .046 .833
1. vs 2. 9.554 (5) .0889     
  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.