A factor analysis of the Klein sexual orientation Grid in two disparate samples

@article{Weinrich1993AFA,
  title={A factor analysis of the Klein sexual orientation Grid in two disparate samples},
  author={J. Weinrich and P. J. Snyder and R. Pillard and I. Grant and D. Jacobson and S. R. Robinson and J. McCutchan},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={1993},
  volume={22},
  pages={157-168}
}
Many researchers interested in sexual orientation can be separated into two camps: The “lumpers,” who try to reduce sexual classifications to as small a number of categories as possible, and the “splitters,” who try to show differences among groups and individuals that make classification schemes increasingly difficult and/or intricate. We report factor analyses of the Klein Grid (a questionnaire with 21 sexual orientation items) to see how many factors emerge in two samples of strikingly… Expand
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