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Table 2 Rotated factor structure of family interactions in the study sample

From: Comparison of children's self-reports of depressive symptoms among different family interaction types in northern Taiwan

Family interactions Factor 1 Supporting activities Factor 2 Psychological control Factor 3 Parental discipline Factor 4 Behavioral supervision Factor 5 Family conflict Communalities
1. Parents praise you .804 -.011 -.104 .065 -.043 .663
2. Parents comfort you .800 -.074 -.095 .094 -.080 .670
3. Parents encourage you .792 -.054 -.152 .066 -.060 .662
4. Parents help you solve problems .756 -.045 -.103 .172 -.069 .619
5. Parents listen to what you say .711 -.162 -.136 .135 -.112 .581
6. Parents care about what happens at school .674 -.012 -.014 .196 -.086 .501
7. Parents look after you when you are sick .664 .023 -.060 .142 -.030 .465
8. Parents tell you why they want you to do things .613 .046 -.090 .152 -.082 .416
9. Parents talk with you .579 -.126 -.017 .295 .060 .442
10. Parents play with you at home .502 -.362 .153 .293 .096 .502
11. Parents take you on outings .466 -.320 .143 .200 .162 .406
12. Parents do your homework with you .454 -.308 .253 .290 .082 .455
13. Parents remind you about past mistakes when you are in trouble -.162 .634 .303 .052 .051 .525
14. Parents interrupt you when you are talking -.233 .589 .247 .028 .101 .473
15. Parents shout and swear at you -.052 .518 .408 -.028 .096 .448
16. Parents blame you for things other people have done -.267 .492 .267 -.010 .228 .437
17. Parents tell you that children don't understand things .153 .467 .112 -.008 .133 .272
18. Parents make you feel that they are always right .337 .400 .061 .045 -.063 .284
19. Parents are not nice to you when you disagree with them -.183 .389 .286 -.013 .168 .295
20. Parents hit you -.175 .331 .590 .022 .121 .504
21. Parents punish you by making you do housework or write lines -.011 .068 .587 .018 .048 .352
22. Parents punish you by making you kneel or stand -.086 .229 .581 -.009 .130 .415
23. Parents take away your pocket money or toys -.051 .206 .563 -.066 -.060 .370
24. Parents ban you from doing something you like -.051 .373 .496 -.012 -.014 .388
25. Parents lock you in a room .004 .022 .427 -.079 .080 .195
26. Parents know what you do on the way home from school .227 .066 -.187 .676 .023 .549
27. Parents know what you do in your free time .315 -.015 -.170 .660 .021 .564
28. Parents know who you spend most of your time with .300 .098 -.229 .593 -.019 .505
29. Parents know how you spend your pocket money .147 .055 -.057 .582 -.114 .380
30. You do housework with your parents .321 -.251 .252 .452 .009 .434
31. You eat with your parents .326 -.131 .165 .402 -.009 .312
32. You have physical fights with your brothers and sisters -.142 .016 .052 -.100 .815 .697
33. You have arguments with your brothers and sisters -.108 .124 .044 -.122 .805 .692
34. You have arguments with your parents or other elders -.077 .350 .055 -.228 .399 .343
Eigenvalue 8.0 3.6 1.6 1.4 1.3  
Post varimax explained variability (%) 16.6 7.6 7.3 6.9 5.0  
Accumulated explained variability (%) 16.6 24.2 31.5 38.4 43.5  
Cronbach's α .900 .680 .740 .717 .657  
  1. KMO = 0.920
  2. Bartlett's test of sphericity: X2 = 27766.51(df = 666, p < 0.001)