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Table 1 IEM unifactorial model in the 2014/2015 sample: completely standardized maximum likelihood estimates, average variance extracted, and composite reliability

From: Gender, planning, and academic expectations in first-year higher education students: testing two alternative mediation models

 Model 1 Model 2 
Item (factor)βR2βR2
1 (self-checking).58.34
2 (planning).62.39.60.36
3 (planning).61.38.64.40
4 (planning).57.32
5 (self-checking).57.32
6 (self-checking).51.26
7 (self-checking).51.26
8 (planning).61.37.61.37
9 (self-checking).63.40.67.45
10 (self-checking).39.15
11 (planning).59.34
12 (planning).60.36.60.36
13 (self-checking).69.48.69.47
14 (self-checking).66.43.65.42
15 (self-checking).57.33
16 (planning).63.40.64.41
17 (planning).56.31
18 (self-checking).63.40.61.38
19 (planning).57.33
20 (planning).65.43.65.42
AVE.35 .41 
CR.91 .87 
  1. Factor factor name in the IEM bi-factorial oblique model, β factor loading, R2 (communality) = 1 − ε (standardized residual), AVE average variance extracted, CR composite reliability