Redundancy and Dimensionality as Determinants of Data Analytic Strategies in Multivariate Analysis of Variance
redundancy of measurement & dimensionality of group differences, determinants of data analysis strategies in MANOVA
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Notes that 2 important concepts in choosing from among several approaches to the MANOVA are redundancy of measurement and dimensionality of group differences. Discussed are procedures for determining redundancy and dimensionality and how they affect analysis and interpretation of multivariate data. Recommendations are given for analyzing the 4 possible types of data based on redundancy and dimensionality.
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Journal of Applied Psychology, v. 65, issue 2, p. 237-239
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Spector, Paul E., "Redundancy and Dimensionality as Determinants of Data Analytic Strategies in Multivariate Analysis of Variance" (1980). Psychology Faculty Publications. 617.