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Table 3 Analysis of cross-factor loadings and error correlated through the modification indices

From: Structural validation of the “Teacher’s report form” attention problems scale in a Brazilian sample

ξa xb Mic
HIe ← I17 10.329
HI ← I22 87.412
HI ← I60 46.413
If ← HI7 22.853
I ← HI67 12.242
I ← HI73 85.128
I ← HI74 10.299
εi εjd Mi
HI2 ↔ I1 31.351
HI53 ↔ HI93 20.798
HI73 ↔ I22 36.669
HI73 ↔ I60 17.298
HI73 ↔ I61 16.447
HI93 ↔ I22 13.777
I4 ↔ I8 21.350
I17 ↔ I49 23.096
I17 ↔ I61 22.441
I17 ↔ I80 75.618
I17 ↔ I92 26.543
I49 ↔ I61 10.238
I49 ↔ I80 21.200
I49 ↔ I92 22.447
I61 ↔ I80 21.932
I61 ↔ I92 21.403
I80 ↔ I92 21.432
  1. aLatent variable; bIndicator (symptoms); cModification index > 10; dResidual correlation; eHyperactivity/Impulsivity latent variable; fInattention latent variable