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Table 3 Factor structure of health behaviors in the study sample (only loadings of above 0.30 presented)

From: Clustering of health-related behaviors, health outcomes and demographics in Dutch adolescents: a cross-sectional study

Behavioral components Factor 1: Risk-prone behavior Factor 2: Bully behavior Factor 3: Problematic screen time use Factor 4: Sedentary behavior
Smoking .66    
Cannabis use .73    
Binge drinking .78    
Quantity of alcohol use .80    
Having had intercourse .65    
Healthy nutrition     -.50
Healthy physical exercise     -.65
Excessively watching TV    .32 .57
Excessive PC/internet use    .32 .65
Excessively playing videogames    .80  
Compulsive PC/internet use   .32 .54  
Compulsive videogame playing    .85  
Being a bully victim   .82   
Being a bully   .86   
Eigenvalue 2.938 2.252 1.423 1.091
Variance explained % 19.132 13.725 11.216 10.959
Cumulative variance explained % 19.132 32.857 44.073 55.032
  1. KMO measure of sampling adequacy = .69 (based on Kaiser’s criteria: KMO ≥ .60 means that the result of the factor analysis is acceptable). Bartlett’s test of sphericity: χ2 = 6853.250 (df = 91; p < .000).