Table 13Estimates of the model parameters of the latent variable model

Mean ParametersCCHS-CLSACSHANuAge
Intercept0.955 [0.774; 1.136]2.653 [2.187; 3.119]1.009 [−0.313; 2.332]
Effect Health Utility Index2.813 [2.777; 2.848]NANA
Effect REY free recallNA−1.444 [−1.489; −1.399]NA
Effect Buschke total recallNA2.693 [2.629; 2.758]2.291 [2.199; 2.383]
Effect medium education0.201 [0.161; 0.240]0.049 [−0.038; 0.136]0.160 [−0.026; 0.346]
Effect high education0.356 [0.317; 0.395]0.176 [0.036; 0.317]0.357 [0.163; 0.552]
Effect sex0.210 [0.183;0.395]−0.004 [−0.086; 0.078]0.449 [0.311; 0.588]
Effect age−0.029 [−0.031; −0.027]−0.033 [−0.039; −0.027]−0.022 [−0.040; −0.005]
Variance parametersCCHS-CLSACSHANuAge
Intercept−3.124 [−4.295; −1.953]−2.161 [−2.714; −1.608]−2.263 [−4.289; −0.237]
Effect medium education−0.063 [−0.301; 0.175]0.106 [0.006; 0.206]0.207 [−0.151; 0.565]
Effect high education−0.010 [−0.241; 0.221]0.144 [−0.006; 0.293]0.184 [−0.186;0.555]
Effect sex0.148 [−0.044; 0.339]0.286 [0.183; 0.388]0.018 [−0.209; 0.244]
Effect age0.023 [0.008; 0.038]0.021 [0.014; 0.027]0.020 [−0.007; 0.047]

CCHS = Canadian Community Health Survey; CLSA = Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging; CSHA = Canadian Study of Health and Aging; NuAge = Quebec Longitudinal Study on Nutrition and Aging

From: Methods and Results: Implementing and Evaluating Three Methods of Statistical Harmonization Applied to Cognitive Measures (Objective 3)

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