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Factor Analysis by MINRES To the memory of

  title={Factor Analysis by MINRES To the memory of},
  author={Harry H. Harman and Henry F. Kaiser},
The basic idea of exploratory factor analysis is the following. For a given set of observed response variables one wants to find a set of latent factors, fewer in number than the observed variables. These factors are supposed to account for the intercorrelations of the response variables in the sense that when the factors are partialed out from the observed variables, there should no longer remain any correlations between these. The term exploratory means that one does not know how many factors… Expand
Validity of the need for affect scales: Factorial structure, invariance and validity in the italian context
Maio and Esses (2001) developed an individual difference measure of the Need for Affect. This construct reflects the individual’s motivation to approach or avoid emotion-inducing situations. In theExpand
Psychometric and factor analytic evaluation of the 15D health-related quality of life instrument: the case of Greece
The authors' results confirm the multidimensional structure of the 15D and the existence of three latent factors that cover important aspects of the health-related quality of life domain (physical and emotional functioning). Expand
Robust factor analysis in the presence of normality violations, missing data, and outliers: Empirical questions and possible solutions
Although a mainstay of psychometric methods, several reviews suggest factor analysis is often applied without testing whether data support it, and that decision-making process or guiding principlesExpand
The Affect Structure Revisited
In affective psychology, there is a persistent controversy about the number, the nature and the definition of the affect structure dimensions. Responding to the methodological criticisms addressed toExpand
Profile of Mood States factor structure does not accurately account for chronic pain patients.
The factor structure of the Profile of Mood States (POMS) could not be satisfactorily confirmed and other mood measures and shorter, optimized versions of the POMS are discussed as possible alternatives. Expand
Dynamic structural equation models: Estimation and interference.
The thesis focuses on estimation of dynamic structural equation models in which some or all variables might be unobservable (latent) or measured with error. Moreover, we consider the situation whereExpand
Organizational social capital Scale based on Nahapiet and Ghosal model: development and validation
The goal of this work is to develop and validate a scale to identify workers' behaviors as well as those of organizations, and to understand how they develop and build enterprise competitivenessExpand
Adaptation and validation of a test to measure Greek elementary students' basic cycling skills
The aim of this study was to adapt a previously developed test to gain a detailed insight into the cycling skills of Greek children and examine the impact that gender, age and cycling experience haveExpand
Poziční generátor a měření sociálního kapitálu v egocentrické síti
The Position Generator (PG) represents one method of measuring egocentric social networks, and key facets of social capital. Respondents are asked if they know a person from a list of jobs that haveExpand
Development of a Work Climate Scale in Emergency Health Services
A scale to measure the quality of work climates in emergency health services (EHS) and validity evidence based on test content through experts' judgment is presented and further developments of the instrument are discussed. Expand


A general approach to confirmatory maximum likelihood factor analysis
We describe a general procedure by which any number of parameters of the factor analytic model can be held fixed at any values and the remaining free parameters estimated by the maximum likelihoodExpand
The varimax criterion for analytic rotation in factor analysis
An analytic criterion for rotation is defined. The scientific advantage of analytic criteria over subjective (graphical) rotational procedures is discussed. Carroll's criterion and the quartimaxExpand
Lisrel 8: Structural Equation Modeling With the Simplis Command Language
This text introduces the SIMPLIS command language for structural equation modelling. It is written for students and researchers with limited mathematical and statistical training who need to useExpand
Factor analysis by instrumental variables methods
Three alternative estimation procedures for factor analysis based on the instrumental variables method are presented. These procedures are justified by the method of least squares. Formulas forExpand
Modern Factor Analysis
Lisrel 8: User's Reference Guide
This ebook offers full option of this ebook in doc, DjVu, PDF, ePub, txt forms, and on the site you can reading the instructions and other artistic eBooks online, either download them as well. Expand
A new method for analytical rotation to oblique simple structure is described. Orthogonal simple structure is achieved by means of any of several existing rotation methods and this is thenExpand
New Statistical Features. Second printing with revisions. Lincolnwood, IL: Scientific Software Interna- tional
  • New Statistical Features. Second printing with revisions. Lincolnwood, IL: Scientific Software Interna- tional
  • 2000
PRELIS 2 User's Reference Guide. Third Edition. Lincolnwood, IL: Scientific Software International
  • PRELIS 2 User's Reference Guide. Third Edition. Lincolnwood, IL: Scientific Software International
  • 2002