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ERIC Number: EJ394502
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1989
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Grouped versus Randomized Format: An Investigation of Scale Convergent and Discriminant Validity Using LISREL Confirmatory Factor Analysis.
Schriesheim, Chester A.; And Others
Applied Psychological Measurement, v13 n1 p19-32 Mar 1989
LISREL maximum likelihood confirmatory factor analyses assessed the effects of grouped and random formats on convergent and discriminant validity of two sets of questionnaires--job characteristics scales and satisfaction measures--each administered to 80 college students. The grouped format was superior, and the usefulness of LISREL confirmatory factor analysis was supported. (SLD)
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Language: English
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