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Table 2 Description of various fit indices for the different factor models with and without covaried errors based on modification indices larger than 15

From: Psychometric properties and factor structure of the diabetes eating problem survey – revised (DEPS-R) among adult males and females with type 1 diabetes

  1-Factor Model 3-Factor Model 5-factor Modela
Covaried errors No covaried errors Covaried errors No covaried errors No covaried errors
CMIN 284.55 447.63 158.55 330.64 245.49
df 100 104 91 `101 95
p-value of CMIN 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000
CMIN/df 2.845b 4.304b 1.741 b 3.271 b 2.584 b
SRMR 0.087 0.817 0.050 b 0.0734 b .079 b
RMSEA 0.091 .108 0.050c 0.080 b 0.086
PCLOSE 0.000 0.000 0.420 b 0.000 0.000
CFI 0.825 0.724 0.95 c 0.88 0.872
TLI 0.822 0.682 0.947 b 0.785 0.832
NFI 0.792 0.673 0.884 0.822 0.814
AIC 365.79 511.631 244.55 400.364 365.79
  1. aNo data provided for the five-factor model with covaried errors because the five-factor model did not have any modification indices above 15
  2. bindicates good fit
  3. cindicates great fit