Factor Analysis and Related Methods

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Subject Index

A
ability and latent trait theory, 207
accounting equations, 204
analysis of covariance structures, 127
general, 96-99, 226
and measurement scale, 97
antiimage, partial or total, 70-71
attenuation, 21
correction for, 127
B
Bayesian estimation of unique variances, 80- 81
behavior domain, 69, 108
binary observations, 9, 223
biometric methods, 6
block recursive model, 140, 229
C
causal chains, 122
causal laws, 114
causal model with latent variables, 141-142, 229
causal modelling and factor modelling, 140
causal modelling and omitted variables, 122, 228
causal relations, 113-119
and experiment, 118, 228
and regression, 120-122, 228
and temporal order, 116, 227
as counter factual conditionals, 117, 228
as functions, 116, 227
as implications, 115, 227
asymmetry of, 115-117 and regularity of succession
cause-and-effect relations, 4
chain model, 135, 229
characteristic roots and vectors, 68, 226
coefficient alpha, 216-218, 231
coefficient of factorial congruence, 175, 230
coefficient omega, 217, 221-222, 231
common factor analysis
as hypothetical term, 30
single factor, 28-32, 224
multiple factors, 32-39, 224-225
common factor model
algebra of, 45-49
parameters, 50-52
communality, 39, 40
` communalities
"guessed", 74
component theory, 19
concurrent validity, 220
conditional means, 11
conditional statistics, 19

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Factor Analysis and Related Methods
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Glossary 40
  • 2 - Exploratory Common Factor Analysis 50
  • 3 - The Analysis of Covariance Structures: Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Pattern Hypotheses 96
  • 4 - Models for Linear Structural Relations 113
  • 5 - The Problem of Factor Scores 156
  • 6 - Problems of Relationship Between Factor Analyses 171
  • 7 - Item Response Theory 198
  • 8 - Summary 223
  • Appendix Some Matrix Algebra 232
  • References 249
  • Author Index 253
  • Subject Index 255
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