factor analysis


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any of several methods for reducing correlational data to a smaller number of dimensions or factors

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Internal Factor Analysis Summary (IFAS) Matrix - For each of the 10 Key Industry Players
Doloi (2009) applied factor analysis to identify the prominent factors that influence contractors' performance in construction projects.
These indicators will review the adequacy of the factor analysis model.
Five dimensions obtained in the factor analysis related with the structural validity of the scale explains 52.
First, the ten measures of spirituality were subjected to a principal axis factor analysis.
It should be noted that studies involving principal components and confirmatory factor analysis procedures documenting the factorial validity of the abbreviated versions of the POMS have apparently not appeared in the literature.
Another study used confirmatory factor analysis to examine the structure of problem behavior in a sample of pregnant adolescents (Gillmore, Spencer, Larson, Tran, & Gilchrist, 1998).
Factor analysis of metabolic syndrome using directly measured insulin sensitivity: The Insulin Resistance Atherosclerosis Study.
The confirmatory factor analysis will prove the goodness of fit for the role stress factor model comprising of ten factors.
As a result of a questionnaire data collection we have a basis of 102 questionnaires to make Factor Analysis supported by the SPSS program.
When an exploratory factor analysis, with a principal-axis component analysis and oblique rotation, was applied, the results revealed six dimensions of mathematics anxiety, which accounted for approximately 61% of the total variance.
334 eight grade Turkish students were employed to conduct an exploratory factor analysis (EFA).
Some of his GM cohorts volunteered to assist with the factor analysis on their own time.
A factor analysis by Sharrack and Hughes (1999) suggested a four-factor solution that accounted for 58.
Through factor analysis, previous research has indicated that a single latent construct accounts for the majority of the variance in students' night-sky watching attitudes, interests, and self-reported behaviors (Kelly, 2003; Kelly & Kelly, 2003).