## A comparison of sample correlation matrices and a multivariate analysis of job concepts of selected industrial executive groups |

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### Contents

A MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF JOB CONCEPTS | 6 |

THE ANALYTICAL FRAME WORK FOR A MULTIVARIATE STUDY | 13 |

IU RESUIPS OF THE STUDY | 29 |

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Accountant Production Engineering analysis of variance asymptotically distributed axes bivariate component scores computed concept Industrial Executive consistent converges in probability correlation coefficients covariance matrix defined degrees of freedom derived distance measurements Engineering Executive equal correlation matrices equality of correlation equivalent F. B. Miller factor analysis FISHER TRANSFORMED given hypothesis of equal Industrial and Labor Industrial Executive Job intercorrelation matrices investigated JOB CONCEPT RATED Job concept space lemma likelihood ratio likelihood ratio statistic logarithmic function Means for Component Multiple Regression Analysis multivariate analysis multivariate normal distribution normal distribution normal variables null hypothesis obtained Osgood Personnel Executives Personnel Sales Accountant pilot study Pooled Executive population correlation principal component analysis Production Executive quadratic form Sales Accountant Production sample correlation matrices sample sizes semantic space statistic for testing TABLE test procedure based testing the equality testing the hypothesis theorem thesis winh York State School