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  1. Perform a test of internal consistency using omega on the SWLS scale at time 1.

  2. Extract the omega.tot information from the list. Round it to two decimals. What is your omega value?

Learn More

Read more about the tidy() function in the broom package.

Read more about $ and the two other ways that values from a list object can be pulled (e.g., [[‘item’]] and [‘list’]) from this StackOverflow answer.

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