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Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling, Integrating CFA and EFA: Application to Students' Evaluations of University Teaching
This study is a methodological-substantive synergy, demonstrating the power and flexibility of exploratory structural equation modeling (ESEM) methods that integrate confirmatory and exploratory… Expand
A new look at the big five factor structure through exploratory structural equation modeling.
- H. Marsh, O. Luedtke, +4 authors B. Nagengast
- Medicine, Psychology
- Psychological assessment
- 1 September 2010
NEO instruments are widely used to assess Big Five personality factors, but confirmatory factor analyses (CFAs) conducted at the item level do not support their a priori structure due, in part, to… Expand
Exploratory structural equation modeling: an integration of the best features of exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis.
- H. Marsh, A. Morin, P. Parker, G. Kaur
- Medicine, Psychology
- Annual review of clinical psychology
- 28 March 2014
Exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), path analysis, and structural equation modeling (SEM) have long histories in clinical research. Although CFA has largely… Expand
Classical Latent Profile Analysis of Academic Self-Concept Dimensions: Synergy of Person- and Variable-Centered Approaches to Theoretical Models of Self-Concept
In this investigation, we used a classic latent profile analysis (LPA), a person-centered approach, to identify groups of students who had similar profiles for multiple dimensions of academic… Expand
A Bifactor Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling Framework for the Identification of Distinct Sources of Construct-Relevant Psychometric Multidimensionality
This study illustrates an overarching psychometric approach of broad relevance to investigations of 2 sources of construct-relevant psychometric multidimensionality present in many complex… Expand
Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal
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Classroom Climate and Contextual Effects: Conceptual and Methodological Issues in the Evaluation of Group-Level Effects
Classroom context and climate are inherently classroom-level (L2) constructs, but applied researchers sometimes—inappropriately—represent them by student-level (L1) responses in single-level models… Expand
Passion: Does one scale fit all? Construct validity of two-factor passion scale and psychometric invariance over different activities and languages.
The passion scale, based on the dualistic model of passion, measures 2 distinct types of passion: Harmonious and obsessive passions are predictive of adaptive and less adaptive outcomes,… Expand
Measurement invariance of big-five factors over the life span: ESEM tests of gender, age, plasticity, maturity, and la dolce vita effects.
This substantive-methodological synergy applies evolving approaches to factor analysis to substantively important developmental issues of how five-factor-approach (FFA) personality measures vary with… Expand
Relations with Parents and with Peers, Temperament, and Trajectories of Depressed Mood During Early Adolescence
- M. Brendgen, B. Wanner, A. Morin, F. Vitaro
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of abnormal child psychology
- 1 October 2005
The present study examined (a) whether groups of children can be empirically identified with distinct longitudinal profiles of depressed mood from late childhood through early adolescence, (b) to… Expand