## AVE, SRMR, composite reliability

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bluemountain
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### AVE, SRMR, composite reliability

My dear SPSS and AMOS friends

I am kind of new with the statistical work. So it would be great to have your support!!!

I run SPSS ( factor analysis, reliability) and AMOS but I cannot find the output I am looking for. Where do I find these information??? Did I forgot to click something?
Does it view with this names in the output?
=> AVE (Average variance extracted)
=> SRMR
=> composite reliability
Thank you very much in advance! It would really appreciate your help!
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GerineL
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### Re: AVE, SRMR, factor reliability

I dont think amos calculates srmr,

AVE: look at rsquared
srmr = standardized RMR (I think Amos gives you this automatically).
factor reliability: please specify what you mean exactly, did you do this in amos or spss or...?
bluemountain
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### Re: AVE, SRMR, composite reliability

This board is so great and helpfully!

I did a translation mistake. I am sorry! Instead of "factor reliability" I mean "Composite reliability"
=> Where can I find the "composite reliability" in my Output? As far as I know it should be calculated in AMOS. But I cannot find it.

=> I found the RMR-value in the output of AMOS. How can I standardize this value?

May I ask you about two other outputs, I am not sure finding correctly?
=> Can I find the "p-value" in the AMOS output under "Regression Weights"? There are just *** for every Item. What does that mean?

=> Is the Critical Ratio the column "C.R." in the AMOS output under "Regression Weights"?

Thank you very much in advance!
GerineL
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### Re: AVE, SRMR, composite reliability

- I actually thought AMOS did not give you composite reliability, you can calculate it by hand. However, I have an old version of AMOS so it might be available for the newer versions. Isn't it in the manual for your version?
- SRMR: select plugins -> srmr
- if it says *** it is <.001
- cr = critical ratio

maybe you should google some casestudies with amos output just in case...
bluemountain
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thanks! got it!

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