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Table 3 Individual group CFA model fit indices for each cultural sample

From: Four-dimensional hierarchical structure of love constructs in a cross-cultural perspective

Model Cultural sample χ2 BIC df CFI RMSEA [90% CI] SRMR
1 Brazil 2060.865 31331.848 806 0.833 .089 [.085, .094] .065
2 Iran 2277.181 28292.263 806 0.770 .089 [.085, .094] .080
3 Portugal 2076.252 27139.002 806 0.826 .091 [.086, .096] .067
4 Saint Petersburg, Russia 2099.277 37969.917 806 0.858 .084 [.080, .089] .049
5 Tyumen, Russia 2184.895 39652.294 806 0.835 .086 [.082, .091] .056
6 Hawaii, USA 2024.954 27735.398 806 0.834 .089 [.084, .094] .060
7 Midwest, USA 1840.879 13401.962 806 0.793 0.106 [0.100, 0.113] .057
8 Southeast, USA 2251.132 49074.915 806 0.862 .080 [.076, .084] .052
9 Turkey 4881.180 14717.393 806 0.729 .082 [.077, .087] .084
  1. χ2 = robust χ2 test of global fit (equivalent to Yuan-Bentler corrected test statistic). Measures of CFI and RMSEA are based on robust estimates for nonnormal data (Brosseau-Liard et al., 2012; Brosseau-Liard & Savalei, 2014). All models control for acquiescence and extreme responding