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ERIC Number: EJ125063
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1975
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Configural Frequency Analysis as a Statistical Tool for Defining Types
Lienert, G. A.; Krauth, J.
Educational and Psychological Measurement, 35, 2, 231-8, Sum 75
Configural frequency analysis (CFA), a new method for identifying types, is illustrated numerically. Relations to latent class analysis and to factor analysis are discussed. It is suggested to use CFA as a type-defining method instead of factor analysis if the variables are linked not only by first but also by higher-order associations. (RC)
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