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Table 4 Factor pattern matrices for samples based on the skewed distributions of WHODAS 2.0 summary scores for each country

From: Why sample selection matters in exploratory factor analysis: implications for the 12-item World Health Organization Disability Assessment Schedule 2.0

  China India Mexico Russian Federation South Africa Ghana
I I II I I II I I
Concentrating on doing something for 10 min .74 .52 -.32 .76 .57 .27 .76 .80
Learning a new task .59 .12 -.59 .62 .52 .29 .70 .70
Standing for long periods .78 .74 -.05 .74 .81 -.05 .81 .73
Walking a long distance such as a kilometre .82 .70 -.04 .75 .90 -.09 .79 .74
Bathing/washing whole body .95 .86 .08 .88 .88 .07 .85 .83
Getting dressed .95 .82 .06 .87 .90 .03 .89 .85
Making or maintaining friendships .74 .04 -.86 .66 .05 .88 .72 .76
Dealing with strangers .57 -.06 -.94 .61 -.03 .91 .66 .72
Taking care of household responsibilities .82 .62 -.15 .86 .93 -.02 .89 .89
Day to day work .91 .86 .10 .88 .94 -.02 .90 .74
Joining in community activities .86 .54 -.27 .82 .77 .11 .88 .79
Emotionally affected by health condition .70 .76 -.08 .70 .73 -.01 .80 .81
Correlations between factors   I-II: −.55   I-II: .46   
  1. Note. Matrices with one factor are unrotated solutions. Matrices with two factors were rotated using Geomin. Loadings ≥ .40 are bolded