Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2008 10:44:07 -0400
Reply-To: Hortensia Carrillo <hortensiacarrillo@HOTMAIL.COM>
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From: Hortensia Carrillo <hortensiacarrillo@HOTMAIL.COM>
Subject: Factor Analisys in a questionary
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I´m triying to make a Cuestionary about "Happinees at work" for My PhD. But
I have some problems:
I have made a first cuestionary and now I want to reduce it, so I have made
a Factor Analysis, but:
- How can I know how many items I have to use in my new cuestionary?
- How can I know what items I have to choose?
I have a 74 items cuestionary, and I have made a first Fator Analysis, that
gives me 4 factors, and them I have made another factor analysis with the
factors of every item (like a double factorial analysis). But how can I use
the correlations that gives me? or there is another way of doing it?.
Thanks a lot if someone can give me some advice about it!
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