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Making Path Models in LaTeX using tikz

Below is a way to make path models using the tikz package in $$\LaTeX$$. Here is the result: PathModel

\begin{tikzpicture}[auto,node distance=.5cm,
latent/.style={circle,draw,very thick,inner sep=0pt,minimum size=30mm,align=center},
manifest/.style={rectangle,draw,very thick,inner sep=0pt,minimum width=45mm,minimum height=10mm},
paths/.style={->, ultra thick, >=stealth'},

\node [manifest] (SI) at (0,0) {Similarities};
\node [manifest] (VO) [below=of SI] {Vocabulary};
\node [manifest] (CO) [below=of VO] {Comprehension};
\node [manifest] (IN) [below=of CO] {Information};
\node [manifest] (WR) [below=of IN] {Word Reasoning};
\node [manifest] (BD) [below=of WR] {Block Design};
\node [manifest] (PS) [below=of BD] {Picture Concepts};
\node [latent] (g) [left=2.5cm of IN] {\emph{g}};
\node [latent] (Gc) [right=4.5cm of CO] {Verbal\\ Comprehension};
\node [latent] (Gv) [right=4.5cm of BD] {Visual\\ Spatial};

\foreach \all in {SI, VO, CO, IN, WR, BD, PS}
\draw [paths] (g.east) to node { } (\all.west);

\foreach \vc in {SI, VO, CO, IN, WR}
\draw [paths] (Gc.west) to node {} (\vc.east);

\foreach \vs in {BD, PS}
\draw [paths] (Gv.west) to node {} (\vs.east);


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