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Research Article

Common Mental Disorders among Occupational Groups: Contributions of the Latent Class Model

Table 2

Summary of the latent class analysis in four professional categories.

Informal workers
( = 1,458)
5
Teachers
( = 4,397)
162
Healthcare workers
( = 2,448)
36
⁢Urban workers 
⁢( = 1,556) 
⁢14
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Class I20014.272417.132410.321513.8
Class II71247.9173638.792338.564241.3
Class III54637.9193544.2128651.269944,9
Entropy0.780.720.80⁢0.76
VLMR test0.000.000.00⁢0.00
LMR-LRT test0.000.000.00⁢000
PB test0.000.000.00⁢0.00

Latent class reliability estimators
Molenaar Sijtsma1.00.861.0⁢0.85
Lambda0.930.860.92⁢0.85
LCRC0.930.860.91⁢0,84

value.
Number of imputed pattern observations.
VLMR: Vuong-Lo-Mendell-Rubin.
LMR-LRT: adjusted Lo Mendell Rubin (LRT) test.
PB: parametric bootstrapped maximum likelihood.
Latent class reliability coefficient.

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