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Table 1 Invariance analyses of older patient and clinician 6-Item HAM-D responses

From: Psychometric properties of responses by clinicians and older adults to a 6-item Hebrew version of the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAM-D6)

 Model df χ2 Δdf Δ χ2 AGFI SRMR CFI RMSEA
         (RMSEA-CL90)
1. Baseline 17 30.745 .93 .0352 .98 .052 (.020 – .081)
2. Self-esteem and guilt 18 31.901 1 1.156 .93 .0348 .98 .051 (.019 – .079)
3. Social interaction and interests 19 36.796 1 4.896 ** .92 .0348 .97 .056 (.028 – .083)
4. Psychomotor retardation 20 67.602 1 30.806 ** .86 .0746 .93 .089 (.066 – .113)
5. Anxiety 21 69.090 1 1.488 .87 .0756 .93 .087 (.065 – .110)
6. Somatic symptoms 22 69.127 1 0.037 .87 .0759 .93 .084 (.062 – .107)
  1. Note. df = degrees of freedom, AGFI = Adjusted Goodness of Fit Index, SRMR = Standardized Root Mean Residual, CFI = Comparative Fit Index, RMSEA = Root Mean Square Error of Approximation, CL90 = 90% Confidence Limits.