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Fig. 2 | International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

Fig. 2

From: Assessing adolescents’ perceived proficiency in critically evaluating nutrition information

Fig. 2

The double-headed arrows represent the uniqueness correlations between CNL1 & CNL4, and CNL2 & CNL5. The highest factor loading (CNL2) is fixed to 1.0 (completely standardized solution). The rectangular boxes represent the observed variables (CNL1-CNL5), while the oval shape represents the unobserved latent factor, CNL-E. The single arrows pointing towards the observed measured variables indicate the uniqueness, a composite of specific variance and measurement error specific to each of the five variables

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