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Table 4 Summary of result from the psychometric analyses of item to former and current smokers

From: Consequences of screening in abdominal aortic aneurysm: development and dimensionality of a questionnaire

The items in order of the scales (the item number indicates the order of appearance in the questionnaire) Subscales and misfit to the Rasch model Observed Expected Gamma sd Probability of fit to the Rasch model
69. felt stigmatiseda Stigmatisation 0.940 0.936 0.017 0.84413
70. blamed by other peoplea Stigmatisation 0.937 0.943 0.015 0.69940
71. a finger-wagging from othersa Stigmatisation 0.946 0.933 0.019 0.46892
73. been told off by other peoplea Stigmatisation 0.935 0.931 0.020 0.84845
68. disappointed in oneselfa Self-blame 0.949 0.950 0.015 0.92832
72. felt guiltya Self-blame 0.960 0.951 0.015 0.50726
74. angry with oneselfa Self-blame 0.950 0.950 0.015 0.99253
Are you currently smoking? If yes, please complete the questions below: NA NA NA NA NA
75. thought about quitting smoking Regretful still smoking 0.839 0.886 0.053 0.37011
76. feel guilty for smoking Regretful still smoking 0.916 0.879 0.053 0.48273
77. annoyed with oneself for smoking Regretful still smoking 0.953 0.874 0.054 0.13633
78: disappointed in oneself for smoking Regretful still smoking 0.902 0.874 0.054 0.60243
79. change in one’s attitude towards smoking Regretful still smoking 0.805 0.874 0.054 0.19846
80. having second thoughts about one’s smoking Regretful still smoking 0.856 0.868 0.054 0.82686
  1. afor having smoked for many years