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An Easy Guide to Factor Analysis Paperback – 11 Nov 1993
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About the Author
Paul Kline is Professor of Psychometrics at the University of Exeter. He has been using and teaching factor analysis for thirty years. His previous books include Intelligence: the psychometric view (Routledge 1990) and The Handbook of Psychological Testing (Routledge 1992).
Top Customer Reviews
What this book DOES NOT help you with, is the actual practical guide to conducting factor analyses on statistical software. It doesn't give a broad overview of the many types of rotation, extraction techniques, and does not go into much detail on confirmatory factor analysis.
That being said, what this book DOES do is provide the reader with a sound knowledge of the many confusing terms and methods of factor analysis. It actually makes conducting a principle components analysis by hand seem really easy- and I think doing some of the statistics by hand is by far the best way to learn.
However, this is really a basic introduction- it provides excellent descriptions of terms used in factor analysis- but it doesn't really give you a good guide to conducting your own analysis. So buy something else too!
After all, good reading, worth the price.
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Having a technical library of over 1000 books (use to be nearer 4000, not including the non-technical as well), books are like decorative cakes you enjoy time and time again, and I... Read morePublished on 15 April 2013 by Zanamo
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