Model (M) and GOFI goodnessoffit target value

Absolute GOFI

Parsimonyadjusted GOFI

Incremental GOFI


SB scaled χ^{2} with pvalue

SRMR

RMSEA (90% CI)

CFit

CFI

NNFI


M1 (df = 5, N = 1485)

28.83, p = .0000

0.021

0.115 (0.096; 0.135)

0.000

0.995

0.990

M2 (df = 3, N = 1485)

4.34, p = .2272

0.009

0.054 (0.030; 0.081)

0.358

1.000

0.999

target value

p > .05

< .05

< .06 (< .05; < .08)

> .05

> .95

> .95

 Note: M2 is the more restricted and nested model obtained from M1 by the addition of the covariance between the uniqueness variance components of items CNL1 and CNL4, and items CNL2 and CNL5
 df = degrees of freedom, N = effective sample size (list wise deletion). Goodnessoffit indices (GOFI) are classified as absolute, parsimonyadjusted and incremental: SB scaled χ^{2} = SatorraBentler scaled chisquare, SRMR = Standardized Root Mean Square Residual, RMSEA = Root Mean Square Error of Approximation, CFit = pvalue for test of Close Fit (i.e., the probability that RMSEA < 0.05), CFI = Comparative Fit Index, NNFI = NonNormed Fit Index = TLI = Tucker & Lewis fit index. Bold values imply mediocre to poor datamodel fit (the SB scaled χ^{2} pvalue for M1 is insignificant owing to large sample size)