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Table 1 Results of the measurement model

From: Psychogenic antecedents and apparel customization: moderating effects of gender

Latent variable α CFA Loadinga t-value
Need for uniqueness (NU) 0.87   
 NU1—I am often on the lookout for new products or brands that will add to my personal uniqueness   0.81 15.91***
 NU2—Having an eye on products that are interesting and unusual assists me in establishing a distinctive image   0.88 16.89***
 NU3—I often try to find a more interesting version of run-of-the-mill products because I enjoy being original   0.85
Self-promotion (SP) 0.85   
 SP1—I try to make people aware of my talents or qualifications   0.82
 SP2—I try to let others know that I am valuable to the organization   0.81 13.78***
 SP3—I try to let others know that I have a reputation for being competent in a particular area   0.78 13.31***
 SP4—I make people aware of my accomplishments   0.82 13.86***
Social-identity (SI) 0.86   
 SI1—Having mutually satisfying personal relationships   0.81 14.59**
 SI2—Developing caring relationships with others   0.89 16.97****
 SI3—Having close bonds with other people   0.88
Perception of customization (PC) 0.85   
 PC1—I’d like to see more customized products offered   0.85 14.21**
 PC2—Customized products are worth what you pay for them   0.88 14.36****
 PC3—Customized products are a good idea   0.78  
  1. χ2 = 90.816 (df = 59), ρ = 0.01; AGFI = 0.94; GFI = 0.96; NFI = 0.96; CFI = 0.98; Standardized SRMR = 0.04; RMSEA = 0.04
  2. *** p < 0.001
  3. aStandardized estimate