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Date:         Fri, 13 Feb 1998 10:19:52 +0000
Reply-To:     Jeremy Miles <j.n.v.miles@DERBY.AC.UK>
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From:         Jeremy Miles <j.n.v.miles@DERBY.AC.UK>
Subject:      Re: Chrome (Krom?) Box alpha test
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At 17:06 12/02/98 EST, Debbie Silverman wrote: >As part of some research for a masters thesis, my advisor said to look at >correlations using Chrome Box alpha test (or something like that - I should >have asked for the spelling.). I've looked through the manuals and can't find >any reference to this. > >Can someone point me to the syntax and/or dialog box for SPSSfor Windows 6.1 >where I can find this. Also can someone recommend a good text on this test >and on factor analysis (can be separate references.). >

Are you trying to say "Cronbach's" alpha?

If you are then the best ref (IMHO) is:

Cortina, J.M. (1993). What is coefficient alpha? An examination of theory and applications. Journal of Applied Psychology 78 (1): 98-104.

The second part of your depends on how much you know, and what you want to do.

But try:

Kline, P. An easy guide to factor analysis. Comrey and Lee. A first course in factor analysis. Lewis-Beck (Ed.). Factor analysis and related techniques.

As a few hints for starters. (Don't aconymise that last one. :-)

========================================================================== Jeremy Miles (+44) 01332 622287 j.n.v.miles@derby.ac.uk Applied Vision Research Unit, Derby University, Derby, DE3 5GX, UK ==========================================================================


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