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    • A cross-cultural factorial study of an academic interest inventory 

      Snyder, Conrad W., Jr.; Baggaley, Andrew R.; Ziyane, Masotsha Joel (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1980)
      An academic interest inventory was factor analyzed in three samples: an American senior high school group, an American college freshman group, and a Swazi (African) senior high school group. Five factors were identified ...
    • Countercultural and opposing values at a two-year college 

      Baggaley, Andrew R. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1976)
      In an attempt to replicate findings using demographically different populations, the author compared results of principal components analyses on a chart of 456 "fundamental world perspectives." In addition, the Comrey ...
    • Deciding on the ratio of number of subjects to number of variables in factor analysis 

      Baggaley, Andrew R. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1982)
      The appropriate rations among the number of subjects, variables, and retained factors in a factor analysis has been much disputed. A theoretical rationale is developed for deciding on the ration of subjects to variables. ...
    • Heterogeneous correlations and estimates of required sample size in factor analysis 

      Baggaley, Andrew R. (Wichita State University, Department of Psychology, 1986)
      Factor matrices with various patterns of loadings were constructed to study the effect of heterogeneous correlations on estimates of the minimal number of subjects in factor analysis. The tabled values of appropriate ratios ...
    • The stability of interest variables and items during adolescence 

      Baggaley, Andrew R. (Western Institute of Multivariate Experimental Psychology, 1974)
      A number of studies have been reported dealing with the temporal stability during adolescence of the variables on the Kuder Preference Record. Form C (Herzberg & Bouton, 1954; Reid, 1952; Rosenberg, 1953), and on the Strong ...