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Table 6 Pattern matrix following oblique rotation [listed by items loading on a given factor]

From: The factor validity of the Western Ontario Rotator Cuff Index

   Factors
   1 2 3
  Item Emotions & symptoms Disability – strength activities Disability – daily activities
PS5 Shoulder clicking, grinding, crunching .64 .15 <.01
PS6 Neck discomfort .52 <.01 -.16
SR7 Affect fitness level .58 .45 <.01
E19 How much frustration .73 <.01 <.01
E20 How depressed .77 -.13 -.11
E21 How worried about effect on occupation .81 <.01 <.01
PS1 Sharp pain .47 <.01 -.29
PS2 Constant, nagging pain .49 <.01 -.34
LS15 Difficulty sleeping .45 -.21 -.45
SR8 Difficulty with push-ups .14 .85 .11
SR9 Affect ability to throw -.14 .71 -.17
PS3 How much weakness .23 .41 -.28
PS4 How much stiffness <.01 .25 -.56
SR10 Difficulty with contact with shoulder .27 .12 -.53
W11 Difficulty with daily house/yard activities .30 .15 -.56
W12 Difficulty working above shoulder <.01 .33 -.55
W14 Difficulty lifting heavy objects <.01 <.01 -.63
LS16 Difficulty styling hair <.01 -.14 -.88
LS18 Difficulty dressing/undressing <.01 <.01 -.82
LS17 Difficulty roughhousing .20 .31 -.46
W13 How much use of uninvolved arm <.01 .36 -.38
  1. Factor loadings > 0.5 are in bold.
  2. Factor loadings between 0.4 and 0.5 are in italics if that item did not load higher on another factor
  3. E emotions
  4. LS lifestyle
  5. PS physical symptoms
  6. SR sports and recreation
  7. W work