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    • A reconsideration of the Cooper/Kline critique of the factor structure of the motivation analysis test 

      Boyle, Gregory J. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1985)
      Criticism of Cattell's Motivation Analysis Test (MAT) partly on the basis of a quasi-higher-order factor analysis of the MAT subscales on a sample of 109 subjects is untenable, given the methodological weakness inherent ...
    • P-technique factor analysis and the construct validity of emotional state scales 

      Barton, Keith; Flocchini, Sheryl (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1985)
      The objectives of this story were two-fold (a) to investigate the factor structure of the Central State Trait Kit (CST) (Barton 1978) and hence evaluate its construct validity and (b) to develop criteria which can be applied ...
    • Psychological states measured in the clinical analysis questionnaire (CAQ) 

      Cattell, Raymond B.; Kameoka, Velma A. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1985)
      It has been known for some time that state factoring (dR and P-techniques) of items yields state factors that are clearly replicas of trait factors (Cattell, 1973). Artifactual origins for this have been ruled out (Cattell, ...
    • Cognitive-behavioral dimensions of weight control 

      Steer, Robert A.; Jordan, Henry A.; Canavan, Arlene J. (Wichita State University, Dept. of Psychology, 1985)
      One hundred-eleven respondents who had achieved at least a 15 lb (6.80 kg) weight loss in a 20-week cognitive-behavioral treatment program for obesity were asked six to 10 years after treatment to describe their current ...