Modern Factor Analysis
This thoroughly revised third edition of Harry H. Harman's authoritative text incorporates the many new advances made in computer science and technology over the last ten years. The author gives full coverage to both theoretical and applied aspects of factor analysis from its foundations through the most advanced techniques. This highly readable text will be welcomed by researchers and students working in psychology, statistics, economics, and related disciplines.
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Factor Analysis Model
Matrix Concepts Essential to Factor Analysis
Geometric Concepts Essential to Factor Analysis
The Problem of Communality
Properties of Different Factor Methods
Early Factor Models and Methods
Principalfactor and Related Methods
Objective Oblique MultipleFactor Solution
Congruent and Prescribed Factor Solutions
Measurement of Factors
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