2 edition of Factor analytic studies, 1941-1970 found in the catalog.
Factor analytic studies, 1941-1970
by Arkansas Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, University of Arkansas in [Little Rock]
Written in English
|Statement||Brian Bolton, Suki Hinman.|
|Contributions||Hinman, Suki, joint author., Arkansas Rehabilitation Research and Training Center.|
|LC Classifications||BF39 .B6748|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||76373334|
Abstract. Perhaps symbolic of some deep irony in the history of psychology, the death of William James in coincided with the dramatic emergence of behaviorism in American psychology and with the turn from sensitive introspection toward a kind of mindless but well-documented motor responsiveness that characterized :// Factor-analytic studies of the PCL and its progeny reveal that these measures operationalize a two-factor structure of psychopathy, with Factor 1 items assessing core personality features and Factor 2 items assessing antisocial behaviors and poor impulse ://
Horn believes that the weight of the evidence argues against a general factor (g) being responsible for all intelligent behavior. The Cattell-Horn theory of fluid and crystallized intelligence R. B. Cattell, , ; (This book was dedicated to Horn); Horn, ; Horn & Cattell, a, b) proposes that general intelligence is OBJECTIVE: There are no factor analytic studies specifically including symptoms representative of depressive inhibition among manic patients, although Kraepelin described several mixed affective states with depressive is controversy as to whether atypical manic features such as aggression, psychosis, and depression are likely to coexist among manic ://
UNIX platforms (Solaris, Linux, AIX), and Macintosh. In this book, we describe the most popular, SPSS for Windows, although most features are shared by the other versions. The analyses reported in this book are based on SPSS version running under Windows By the time this book is published, there will almost certainly be later He is best known for the development of new factor analytic techniques to determine the number and nature of latent constructs within a set of observed variables. Thurstone, L. L. (). Multiple-Factor Analysis. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Thurstone, L. L., & Thurstone, T. G. (). Factorial studies of intelligence. Chicago
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Genre/Form: Abstracts: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bolton, Brian, Factor analytic studies, [Little Rock]: Arkansas Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, University of These four volumes provide a Factor analytic studies survey of the 1, factor analytic studies reported in psychological journals between and Each study is summarized and indexed using the Psychological Abstracts table of contents.
The summaries follow a standard format: purpose, subjects, variables, method, results, and conclusions. The first volume covers eight journals published by the ?id=ED B.
Bolton, S. Hinman, and S. Tuft 1941-1970 book. Annotated bibliography: factor analytic studiesVolumes 1, 2, and 3.
Arkansas Rehabilitation Research and Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. A survey of factor-analytic studies.
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Carroll, A factor analytic study of the structure among primary mental :// Comparative factor analytic research related to the investigation of age-related changes in the pattern of intelligence is reviewed.
Particular attention is paid to studies examining various forms of the differentiation hypothesis of intelligence as originally proposed by Garrett and :// This book has been cited by the following publications.
A Survey of Factor-Analytic Studies. Cambridge University Press. Cattell, R. Fluid and crystallized intelligence: A factor analytic study of the 1941-1970 book among primary mental abilities. Ph.D. thesis. University of :// Human Cognitive Abilities: A Survey of Factor-Analytic Studies John B.
Carroll This long awaited work surveys and summarizes the results of more than seventy years of investigation, by factor analysis, of a variety of cognitive abilities, with particular attention to language, thinking, memory, visual and auditory perception, creativity and the Carroll, J.
Human cognitive abilities: A survey of factor-analytic York: Cambridge University Press. CrossRef Google Scholar John Carroll is well-known for his seminal work, Human Cognitive Abilities: A Survey of Factor Analytic Studies (), in which he reanalyzed over data sets of cognitive ability test scores.
Based on his reanalyses, he proposed a Three-stratum Model of Human Cognitive ). Generally, a factor analysis performed using a correlation matrix produces standardized data, thus it is recommended for variables that are not meaningfully comparable (e.g., items from different scales).
On the other hand, factor analysis performed using a covariance matrix SAMPLE SIZE IN FACTOR ANALYSIS 85 range of 3 to 6. Gorsuch () argued for a minimum ratio of 5.
Everitt () recommended that the N:p ratio should be at least Clearly the wide range in these recommendations causes them to be of rather limited value to empirical researchers.
The inconsis-tency in the recommendations probably can be ~elg26/teaching/psstats/ 1. CONCEPTUAL OVERVIEW Factor analysis is a means by which the regularity and order in phenomena can be discerned. As phenomena co-occur in space or in time, they are patterned; as these co-occurring phenomena are independent of each other, there are a number of distinct :// Burnout Measurement.
While burnout measures have been developed by other researchers, including the Burnout Measure (BM) (Pines & Aronson, ) and the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI) (Kristensen, Borritz, Villadsen, & Christensen, ), the MBI is the most widely used instrument by development of the MBI was based on early research by Maslach and Jackson, who Environmental Pollution welcomes high quality submissions on all aspects of environmental pollution and the mitigation measures related to ecosystem & human health.
Hide full Aims & Scope. Most Downloaded. Recent Articles. Open Access Articles. A small-scale, portable method for extracting microplastics from marine sediments - Open :// The Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF) is a comprehensive measure of normal-range personality found to be effective in a variety of settings where an in-depth assess-ment of the whole person is needed.
The 16PF traits, presented in Tableare the result of years of factor-analytic research focused on discovering the basic The Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS) was originally developed by Overall and Gorham () and continues to be among the most popular behavioral rating scales in use today (Hafkenscheid, ).
The authors developed the BPRS to provide a standardized method to assess changes in symptoms in response to medications in outcome :// This book also offers a thorough review of the factor analytic literature, and considers the environmental and biological determinants of individual differences in spatial abilities, with particular reference to those associated with sex diff-erences: Abstract.
The general surveys of multivariate analysis methods in other chapters in this and the first edition give some idea of the relation of factor analysis to other methods in a mathematical :// Adult age (24 years to 91 years) was examined as a potential moderator of the relations among cognitive abilities in an aggregate dataset based on studies conducted at the Cognitive Aging Lab at the University of Virginia (N = 2,).A novel approach was applied by which the manifestations of latent ability factors were free to differ across age groups, and age trends in the interrelations Human cognitive abilities: A survey of factor-analytic studies Book Jan J B Carroll View Bias in Mental Testing Chapter Jan Intelligence: Knowns and unknowns.
March American. However, factor analytic studies have offered evidence that the scale is multidimensional. This study (N = ) adopted a cross-validation approach to factor analysis to ascertain the best-fitting In multivariate statistics, exploratory factor analysis (EFA) is a statistical method used to uncover the underlying structure of a relatively large set of is a technique within factor analysis whose overarching goal is to identify the underlying relationships between measured variables.
It is commonly used by researchers when developing a scale (a scale is a collection of The Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Abilities (WJ-III-COG) is an individually administered standardized assessment battery of cognitive functioning. Description As part of the Woodcock-Johnson – Third Edition (WJ-III), the WJ-III-COG provides a comprehensive measure of general ability, as well as measures of specific cognitive ://