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Results of a confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) using structural equation modeling (SEM) in AMOS 7.0 (Arbuckle, 2006; Byrne, 2010) with the current study sample revealed that a two-factor first-order, correlated uniqueness model of the 9-item scale fit the data: SRMR = .04, CFI = .976, RMSEA = .06, [X.sup.2] = 43.28(25), Bollen-Stine bootstrap p = .12.
(2003, and Cheng and Chan (2004)--where correlated uniqueness was allowed, the revised version of MSPSS exhibited a better fit here than in those studies.
Recently, Sagie and Magnezy (1997) proposed the correlated uniqueness model (Kenny, 1979; Kenny & Kashy, 1992; Marsh, 1989) as an alternative for the general CFA model to represent AC ratings.
[chi square] p TLI Model 1: 6 Dimensions 75 480.41 .00 0.57 Modal 2: 5 Exercises 80 152.51 .00 0.93 Model 3: 5 Exercises, 1 general dimension 65 97.36 .01 0.96 Model 4: 5 Exercises (correlated) and 6 dimensions 50 48.15 .55 1.00 Model 5: 6 Dimensions and exercises as correlated uniqueness 58 69.02 .15 0.99 Number 90% confidence of Model RNI RMSEA RMSEA interval problems Model 1: 6 Dimensions 0.69 .171 [.156-.185] 1(b) Modal 2: 5 Exercises 0.95 .070 [.053-.086] 0 Model 3: 5 Exercises, 1 general dimension 0.98 .052 [.028-.072] 0 Model 4: 5 Exercises (correlated) and 6 dimensions 1.00 .000 [.000-.044] 4(a) Model 5: 6 Dimensions and exercises as correlated uniqueness 0.99 .032 [.000-.058] 0 Note.
In terms of research implications, this study shows that researchers should include the correlated uniqueness model when testing models of AC construct validity.
Two of these models of particular interest in this study are the direct product (DP) model and the correlated uniqueness (CU) approach.
However, rather than representing method effects as explicit factors (as in the case with confirmatory factor analysis), the CU model specifies method effects as correlated uniqueness (i.e., error terms).
Correlated Uniqueness Model Results Boundary Study df [[Chi].sup.2] CFI NNCI RNCI TLI Estimates Allen 15 26.2 .99 .97 .99 .97 0(a) Arora 15 21.7 .99 .97 .99 .97 0(a) Dunham 61 753.6 .90 .57 .90 .80 0 Elbert 30 24.0 1.00 1.01 1.00 1.01 0(a) Flamer #1 15 14.9 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0(a) Flamer #2 15 12.2 1.00 1.01 1.01 1.02 1 Freedman 50 180.1 .91 .65 .91 .81 3 Hicks 15 25.7 .98 .96 .98 .95 2 Kothandapani 39 71.6 .96 .85 .95 .92 0 Marsh #1 50 169.7 .98 .81 .98 .96 1 Marsh #2 50 249.5 .97 .78 .97 .93 2 Meier 15 30.7 .99 .98 .99 .98 0(a) Ostrom 39 53.8 .99 .96 .99 .99 0(a) Roberts 15 113.6 .90 .66 .90 .76 0 Schmitt 245 391.9 .95 .79 .99 .98 0 Seymour 30 110.6 .95 .74 .95 .89 0 Shavelson 15 12.5 1.00 1.01 1.01 1.01 0(a) Note: a Model meets the criteria of good fit and no boundary estimates.
Eight factor models were studied, among which were included two correlated uniqueness models (CTCU) and three multitrait-multimethod models (CTCM).
A critique of the correlated trait-correlated method and correlated uniqueness models for multitrait-multimethod data.
For responses to the 12 Passion Scale items, the 2-factor model (HP and OP) with two correlated uniquenesses proposed by Marsh et al.
The fit of the configural 12-item and 2-factor ESEM solution with two correlated uniquenesses between items OP3 and OP4 and HP1 and HP5 based on Marsh et al.