Mean and Covariance Structure Analysis: Theoretical and Practical Improvements
The most widely used multivariate statistical models in the social and behavioralsciences involve linear structural relations among observed and latent variables. Inpractice, these variables are generally nonnormally distributed, and hence classicalmultivariate analysis, based on multinormal error-free variables having no simultaneousinterrelations, is not adequate to deal with such data. Since structural relationsamong variables imply a structure for the multivariate product moments of...
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