How to detect which variables are causing differences in component structure among different groups.

Abstract

When comparing the component structures of a multitude of variables across different groups, the conclusion often is that the component structures are very similar in general and differ in a few variables only. Detecting such "outlying variables" is substantively interesting. Conversely, it can help to determine what is common across the groups. This… (More)
DOI: 10.3758/s13428-015-0687-8

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@article{Roover2017HowTD, title={How to detect which variables are causing differences in component structure among different groups.}, author={Kim de Roover and Marieke E. Timmerman and Eva Ceulemans}, journal={Behavior research methods}, year={2017}, volume={49 1}, pages={216-229} }