Michael S. Gates

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In the face of multicollinearity, researchers face challenges interpreting canonical correlation analysis (CCA) results. Although standardized function and structure coefficients provide insight into the canonical variates produced, they fall short when researchers want to fully report canonical effects. This article revisits the interpretation of CCA(More)
Researchers have attempted to augment the traditional cost/benefit analysis model used in the IT decision process. However, frequently social subsystem issues are inadequately considered. Survey data, collected from a U.S. sample of 200 executives, provides an empirical assessment of how these issues compare with other IT decision criteria given differing(More)
Background: Some initial evidence suggests that neurofeedback and electrical stimulation therapy modalities may suppress tinnitus in some individuals. This study retroactively examined a case series of adults treated for tinnitus using varied neuromodulatory interventions, to explain relationships between etiological factors for tinnitus and differential(More)
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