Well, it's not too much to advice here: Once you've decided to use the paralel analysis in order to determine the optimal number of factors you should consider all five.
Originally Posted by PleaseAdvise
The eigenvalue default rule of greater than one is just an alternative method of selecting significant factors wich has been considered as being too restrictive by some analysis experts.
My advice will be to check for the last two factors (if from previous knowledge or conceptual perspective are useful for your research objective).
Trivial, non-significant factors might emerge into consideration group when using paralel analysis.
Hope it helps!
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