Confirmatory factor analyses of multitrait-multimethod data: A comparison of alternative models

@inproceedings{Marsh1991ConfirmatoryFA,
  title={Confirmatory factor analyses of multitrait-multimethod data: A comparison of alternative models},
  author={Herbert W. Marsh and Michael Stewart Bailey},
  year={1991}
}
Alternative models for confirmatory factor analysis of multitrait-multimethod (MTMM) data were evaluated by varying the number of traits and methods and sample size for 255 MTMM matrices constructed from real data (Study 1), and for 180 MTMM matrices constructed from simulated data (Study 2). The correlated uniqueness model converged to proper solutions for 99% (Study 1) and 96% (Study 2) of the MTMM matrices, whereas the general model typically used converged to proper solutions for only 24… CONTINUE READING

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