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Table 5 Reliability analysis according to sex

From: Detecting depression among adolescents in Santiago, Chile: sex differences

Sample / model R χ2(df) χ2/df GFI AGFI RMSEA (90% CI) SRMR Hoelter
Total          
  Congeneric 0.90 358.28* (189) 1.90 0.942 0.929 0.039 0.033 - 0.045 0.049 367
  Tau-equivalent 0.81 449.87* (209) 2.15 0.928 0.920 0.044 0.039 - 0.050 0.072 321
  Parallel 0.86 794.79* (229) 3.47 0.872 0.871 0.065 0.060 - 0.070 0.076 198
Boys          
  Congeneric 0.86 261.81* 189) 1.39 0.909 0.889 0.037 0.026 - 0.048 0.069 233
  Tau-equivalent 0.81 307.26* (209) 1.47 0.893 0.882 0.041 0.031 - 0.051 0.074 218
  Parallel 0.85 465.46* (229) 2.03 0.838 0.837 0.061 0.053 - 0.069 0.083 157
Girls          
  Congeneric 0.90 264.79* 189) 1.40 0.920 0.902 0.036 0.025 - 0.045 0.062 266
  Tau-equivalent 0.86 315.18* (209) 1.51 0.905 0.895 0.040 0.031 - 0.049 0.071 245
  Parallel 0.88 516.22* (229) 2.25 0.844 0.843 0.063 0.056 - 0.070 0.079 163
  1. *p<0.001. From congeneric, In Total sample, Tau-equivalent Δχ2=91.60 (df=20) p<0.001 and Parallel Δχ2=344.91 (df=20) p<0.001; in Boys sample, Tau-equivalent Δχ2=45.45 (df=20) p=0.001 and Parallel Δχ2=158.20 (df=20) p<0.001; in Girls sample, Tau-equivalent Δχ2=50.39 (df=20) p=0.001; Parallel Δχ2=201.05 (df=20) p<0.001. R=reliability;