Description - Introduction to Factor Analysis by Jae-On Kim
Describes the mathematical and logical foundations at a level which does not presume advanced mathematical or statistical skills, illustrating how to do factor analysis with several of the more popular packaged computer programmes.
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(215mm x 139mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Jae-On Kim
Jae-On Kim's research interests include political sociology, social inequality, and quantitative methods. Works under completion are: a monograph on sensitivity analysis dealing with problems of weak theory and data in social science research; articles dealing with theories of social mobility, contemporary mobility rates, and emergence and persistence of political party systems. His areas of teaching are political sociology, public opinion, social inequality, and advanced quantitative methods. He is chairing dissertations on the impact of social cleavage on nation building. Dr. Charles Mueller, Professor of Psychology at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Dr. Mueller is a Full Professor in social and clinical psychology in the Department of Psychology. Dr. Mueller's primary research interests focus on violent and disruptive behavior problems, mental health delivery systems and applications of social psychology. Dr. Mueller is a Co-Director of the Center for Cognitive Behavior Therapy (C-CBT) in the Department of Psychology at UH. Dr. Mueller's specialty focus is on ADHD, its relationship to other behavioral problems and ways to improve life-course outcomes for youth with ADHD. (For more information on C-CBT, please click here.) Dr. Mueller is the Director of the Research and Evaluation Training Program, a service-learning collaborative focused on improving child and adolescent mental health services through research and evaluation. (For more information on RET, please click here.) Dr. Mueller teaches and supervises students in the Social Psychology and the Clinical Studies Program. (For more information on Graduate Training, please click here.)