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Multivariate Taxometric Procedures: Distinguishing Types from Continua

  title={Multivariate Taxometric Procedures: Distinguishing Types from Continua},
  author={N. Waller and P. Meehl},
Introduction Carving Nature at Its Joints Defining Nature's Joints Alternative Meanings of Taxon Mathematical Foundations of Multivariate Taxometrics MAXEIG-HITMAX A Multivariate Generalization of MAXCOV Factor Analytic Techniques for Distinguishing Types from Continua L-Mode Factor Analytic Techniques for Distinguishing Types from Continua Q-Factor Analysis Taxometrics in Scientific Methodology 
502 Citations
Carving nature at its joints: Paul Meehl's development of taxometrics.
  • N. Waller
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  • Journal of abnormal psychology
  • 2006
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Clarifications about taxometric method
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Taxometrics, polytomous constructs, and the comparison curve fit index: a Monte Carlo analysis.
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Assigning Cases to Groups Using Taxometric Results
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Differentiating categorical and dimensional data with taxometric analysis: are two variables better than none?
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What's in a taxon?
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  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of abnormal psychology
  • 2004
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Applying the Bootstrap to Taxometric Analysis: Generating Empirical Sampling Distributions to Help Interpret Results
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Taxometric analysis as a general strategy for distinguishing categorical from dimensional latent structure.
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Using taxometric analysis to distinguish a small latent taxon from a latent dimension with positively skewed indicators: the case of involuntary defeat syndrome.
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