Factor I is "sleepiness on rising," factor II "initiation and maintenance of sleep," factor III "frequent dreaming," factor IV
"refreshing," and factor V "sleep length." Data are presented as mean [+ or -] S.D.
Me lo tomo con risa/ I take it .14 .01 with a laugh Explained variance (%) 29.1% 14.7% Spanish translated items Behavioral scales Factor IV
Humor M SD 2.
For network organizations, every factor is important to get the job except factor IV
(Avoiding the status of non-work contractor).
Factors Gender M SD F P Factor I Girls 52.71 7.70 19.05 > .001 Boys 45.21 11.03 Factor II Girls 40.13 9.21 22.61 > .001 Boys 32.31 9.44 Factor III Girls 26.92 5.07 19.49 > .001 Boys 22.60 6.09 Factor IV
Girls 18.88 3.93 14.91 > .001 Boys 15.75 4.97 Factor V Girls 19.41 3.66 29.01 > .001 Boys 15.67 4.06 Table 3 Means, standard deviations, F values, and p values for the pattern of fears for the total sample (N = 129), with reference to age, based on FSSC-SA.
Parental attitudes of concentration and paternal avoidance, and foreclosure status have significantly loaded at Factor IV
in the girls' sample.
(6,297% de la varianza): Uso de metodologias de evaluacion de tipo formativo.
The professor arriving to class on .040 -.201 .667 time Question Factor Factor IV
, Anticipatory and separation anxiety is related to the anxiety which children experience when going to school or leaving their parents and it is made up of 5 items with accounted for 4.78% of the variance.
included beliefs about history as violence and having no general sense.