Confirming the Structure of a Ten-item Expagg Scale Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis

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The short Expagg scale is a psychometric measure of social representations of expressive and instrumental aggression developed by Campbell, Muncer, McManus and Woodhouse (1999). Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was used to compare the 16-item and 10-item versions of the scales on their goodness of fit to a proposed two-dimensional model. On a sample of 1… (More)

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@inproceedings{Driscoll2005ConfirmingTS, title={Confirming the Structure of a Ten-item Expagg Scale Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis}, author={Helen Driscoll}, year={2005} }