Applied Multivariate Research

Applied Multivariate Research is a peer-reviewed journal publishing methodological and content papers that deal with the application of both classical and more modern multivariate statistical techniques, as well as measurement issues, in applied settings.


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Vol 13, No 2 (2010)

Table of Contents


The Effects Of Estimator Choice And Weighting Strategies On Confirmatory Factor Analysis With Stratified Samples PDF
Bradley J. Brummel, Fritz Drasgow 113-128
An Item Response Theory Analysis Of The Self-Monitoring Scale PDF
Edward Burkley 129-144
The Facets Of Job Satisfaction: A Nine-Nation Comparative Study Of Construct Equivalence PDF
Catherine T. Kwantes 145-159
An Interpersonal Circumplex/Five-Factor Model Analysis Of The Eating Disorders Inventory-3 PDF
Jeffrey B. Brooklings, Corey D. Beilstein 161-174