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Table 1 Model fit statistics for different questionnaires to assess motivation and confidence constructs

From: Revising the motivation and confidence domain of the Canadian assessment of physical literacy

  Chi-square Df P CFI RMSEA RMSEA 90% CI λ range
Adequacy and predilection (original) 291.99 103 < 0.001 0.744 0.095 0.082, 0.107 0.301–0.698
Adequacy and predilection (revised) 29.21 32 0.609 1.0 0.00 0.000, 0.046 0.531–0.836
Benefits and barriers (original) 230.06 151 < 0.001 0.894 0.051 0.037, 0.063 0.359–0.768
Benefits and barriers (revised) 189.20 150 0.017 0.948 0.036 0.016, 0.051 0.349–0.783
Perceived competence (original) 6.87 9 0.650 1.0 0.000 0.000, 0.064 0.115–0.765
Perceived competence (revised) 2.94 5 0.710 1.0 0.000 0.000, 0.072 0.475–0.767
Motivation 92.16 48 < 0.001 0.907 0.067 0.046, 0.087 0.427–0.859
  1. Note. Adequacy and predilection original = original CAPL model with 16 items. Adequacy and predilection (revised) = reduced model based on EFA results with 10 items and 3 subscales representing adequacy, predilection, and behaviour. Benefits and barriers (original) = original model with 19 items. Benefits and barriers (revised) = revised model with a correlated error. Perceived competence (original) = perceived competence with 6 items. Perceived competence (revised) = perceived competence excluding the reverse coded item. Motivation = intrinsic, identified, introjected, and extrinsic regulation subscales
  2. CFI comparative fit index, CI 90% confidence interval, Df degrees of freedom, EFA exploratory factor analysis, RMSEA root mean square error of approximation, λ standardized factor loading