## Factor Analysis as a Statistical Method |

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### Contents

CHAPTER | 1 |

ESTIMATION OF FACTOR LOADINGS | 8 |

ESTIMATING FACTOR LOADINGS BY | 10 |

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approximation assumed calculations centroid centroid method Chapter chosen column common factors communalities considered convenient convergence correlation matrix corresponding covariance matrix criterion degrees of freedom denoted derived determined diagonal elements effect eliminated employed equal equations estimates example expression fact factor analysis follows further given in Table gives Hence hypothesis illustrate initial iterative known latent roots Lawley loadings loge maximum likelihood measures method multiplied necessary negative non-zero number of degrees obtained original orthogonal orthogonal matrix positive possible practice Press principal component procedure Psychol REFERENCES replaced represented residual matrix residual variances respect reversed rotation row vector sample satisfying scores signs solution square standardized Statist suppose symmetric matrix taken third Thomson uncorrelated unity University usual values variates vector written zero