Off sexual positioning, extremely players reported getting heterosexual (336, 77%), while you are 74 (17%) self-defined as bisexual, eleven (2

Off sexual positioning, extremely players reported getting heterosexual (336, 77%), while you are 74 (17%) self-defined as bisexual, eleven (2

Factor 2. The initial analysis for this factor, containing seven items (6, 8, 9, 37, 38, 44, 45), showed a poor fit (? 2 (14) = , p < 0.001; RMSEA = 0.063 [0.044, 0.083], p = 0.124; GFI = 0.978; CFI = 0.955; TLI = 0.933; SRMR = 0.037). Model specifications analysis showed high covariance associated with three items (6, 9, 38). Therefore, these items were removed. The final one-congeneric model with four items (8, 37, 44, 45) showed an excellent fit (? 2 (2) = 3.724, p = 0.155; RMSEA = 0.038 [0.000, 0.097], p = 0.540; GFI = 0.997; CFI = 0.996; TLI = 0.988; SRMR = 0.016). Altogether, this factor contains two items from the original trust difficulty theme (items 44 and 45), one item from the original partner pursue theme (item 8), and one item from the original controlling tendency theme (item 37).

Factor 3. The initial analysis for this factor, containing five items (26, 40, 41, 42, 60), showed an excellent fit (? 2 (5) = 7.638, p = 0.177; RMSEA = 0.029 [0.000, 0.069], p = 0.767; GFI = 0.995; CFI = 0.993; TLI = 0.986; SRMR = 0.021). However, item 60 showed a weak regression weight (i.e., < 0.32) and therefore was dropped. The final one-congeneric model with four items (26, 40, 41, 42) also showed an excellent fit (? 2 (2) = 3.873, p = 0.144; RMSEA = 0.039 [0.000, 0.098], p = 0.524; GFI = 0.997; CFI = 0.995; TLI = 0.984; SRMR = 0.017).

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