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A confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was performed to develop a sensitive and specific sleep scale derived from the findings.
Topics include psychological scaling, test preparation and specification, reliability, content validity, criterion-related validation, construct validity, validity generalization and psychometric meta-analysis, test bias and unfairness, classical test theory item analysis, scoring tests, developing measures of typical performance, response biases, multiple regression, exploratory factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, item response theory, and generalizability theory.
Confirmatory factor analysis results are listed in Table 1.
0 was applied in the reliability analysis and LISREL VIII was used in confirmatory factor analysis (Joreskog and Sorbom, 2001).
In a confirmatory factor analysis performed by Cook and Heppner (22) to assess the validity of three- and four factor structures among undergraduates, results provided weak support for the validity of both models, but the four-factor model revealed a better fit to the data.
A first-order confirmatory factor analysis of data from MASES-R (Tr) was conducted.
Confirmatory factor analysis of the BMMQ revealed a 3 scale (Black Media Message Belief, Black Media Message TV Frequency and Black Media Message Magazine Frequency) six-factor solution.
This was done by performing a confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), an internal consistency analysis using Cronbach's alpha and an analysis of the temporary test-retest stability.