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Table 3 Factor analyses of all effects in table 6 (rotated component matrix)

From: Correlates to the variable effects of cannabis in young adults: a preliminary study

Variable # Variable description Component
   1 2 3 4 5
1 Paranoia, Delusions    0.58   
2 Hallucinations    0.43 0.49  
3 Relaxed, Calm, Clear Minded   0.80    
4 Altered Appetite   0.75    
5 Altered Sleeping Patterns, Tired, Sleepy      0.75
6 Disturbed, Bad Highs, Disruption of Daily Activities     0.71  
7 Sad, Lonely, Depressed, Lack of Motivation, Lazy      0.80
8 Altered Concentration, Loss of Memory      
9 Anxious, Irritable, Panic Attacks 0.55     
10 Altered Sex Drive      
11 Heightened Senses, Perception, Intense Feelings, Mood Swings, Alertness 0.72     
12 Fun, Happy, Euphoric, Better, More Enjoyable 0.50     
13 Headache, Light Headed, Faint, High B.P.    0.81   
14 Racing Thoughts, Fixated Thoughts      
15 Introspective, Insightful, Creative 0.70     
16 Loss of Reality, Feeling Weird, Body Sensations, Out of It     0.72  
Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis      
Rotation Method: Varimax with Kaiser Normalization      
a. Rotation converged in 13 iterations      
  1. Note that 5 main components emerge: Factor 1(increased irritability/intensity); Factor 2 (relaxed); Factor 3 (Hallucinations/delusions); Factor 4 (Hallucinations and other perceptual disturbances); Factor 5 (depression).