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Table 2 Goodness of fit statistics for the measurement models at each time point

From: Measurement invariance of the depressive symptoms scale during adolescence

Model χ2 df CFI |∆CFI| RMSEA |∆RMSEA| SRMR
Time 1        
Single-factor 35.727 9 .965 - .075 - .041
Two-factors* 21.426 8 .982 .017 .057 .018 .028
Three-factors* 6.972 6 .999 .017 .018 .039 .016
Time 2        
Single-factor 119.231 9 .953 - .153 - .049
Two-factors* 88.627 8 .967 .014 .138 .015 .036
Three-factors* 13.522 6 .997 .030 .049 .089 .017
Time 3        
Single-factor 107.229 9 .959 - .144 - .049
Two-factors* 55.790 8 .981 .022 .107 .037 .027
Three-factors* 13.490 6 .997 .016 .049 .058 .015
  1. Note. χ2 = Chi-square; df = degrees of freedom; RMSEA = root mean square error of approximation; CFI = confirmatory fit index; SRMR = standardized root mean squared of the residuals.
  2. *indicates statistically significant difference between nested models based on ∆CFI > |.010| supplemented by a ∆RMSEA > |.015|.