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Table 1 Model fit statistics for cubic latent class growth analysis one to six class solutions

From: Associations between developmental timing of child abuse and conduct problem trajectories in a UK birth cohort

Fit statistics 1 class 2 classes 3 classes 4 classes 5 classes 6 classes
LL (No. of Para.) −32,500.791 (6) −29,037.350 (11) −28,581.588 (16) − 28,484.751 (21) −28,388.525 (26) − 28,354.757 (31)
BIC 65,057.220 58,176.705 57,311.546 57,164.237 57,018.152 56,996.981
SSABIC 65,038.153 58,141.749 57,260.700 57,097.502 56,935.527 56,898.467
Entropy   0.763 0.725 0.709 0.688 0.697
LMR-LRT p-value   0.0000 0.0000 0.0403 0.0016 0.1998
Adj. LMR-LRT p-value   0.0000 0.0000 0.0426 0.0018 0.2061
BLRT p-value   0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
Group size (%)a
 C1 10,648 8598 (80.7%) 447 (4.2%) 480 (4.5%) 135 (1.3%) 1566 (14.7%)
 C2   2050 (19.3%) 2343 (22.0%) 1643 (15.4%) 465 (4.3%) 7691 (72.2%)
 C3    7858 (73.8%) 8019 (75.3%) 1616 (15.2%) 84 (0.8%)
 C4     506 (4.8%) 7720 (72.5%) 167 (1.6%)
 C5      712 (6.7%) 597 (5.6%)
 C6       543 (5.1%)
  1. Note. Based on N = 10,648, LL Log-Likelihood value, No. of Para. Number of estimated (freed) parameters, BIC Bayesian Information Criterion, SSABIC Sample Size Adjusted BIC, LMR-LRT Lo-Mendell-Rubin Likelihood Ratio Test, Adj. LMR-LRT Adjusted LMRT-LRT, BLRT Bootstrapped Likelihood Ratio Test, C Class. a Based on most likely latent class membership