The CALIS Procedure

Examples: CALIS Procedure

27.1 Estimating Covariances and Correlations
27.2 Estimating Covariances and Means Simultaneously
27.3 Testing Uncorrelatedness of Variables
27.4 Testing Covariance Patterns
27.5 Testing Some Standard Covariance Pattern Hypotheses
27.6 Linear Regression Model
27.7 Multivariate Regression Models
27.8 Measurement Error Models
27.9 Testing Specific Measurement Error Models
27.10 Measurement Error Models with Multiple Predictors
27.11 Measurement Error Models Specified As Linear Equations
27.12 Confirmatory Factor Models
27.13 Confirmatory Factor Models: Some Variations
27.14 Residual Diagnostics and Robust Estimation
27.15 The Full Information Maximum Likelihood Method
27.16 Comparing the ML and FIML Estimation
27.17 Path Analysis: Stability of Alienation
27.18 Simultaneous Equations with Mean Structures and Reciprocal Paths
27.19 Fitting Direct Covariance Structures
27.20 Confirmatory Factor Analysis: Cognitive Abilities
27.21 Testing Equality of Two Covariance Matrices Using a Multiple-Group Analysis
27.22 Testing Equality of Covariance and Mean Matrices between Independent Groups
27.23 Illustrating Various General Modeling Languages
27.24 Testing Competing Path Models for the Career Aspiration Data
27.25 Fitting a Latent Growth Curve Model
27.26 Higher-Order and Hierarchical Factor Models
27.27 Linear Relations among Factor Loadings
27.28 Multiple-Group Model for Purchasing Behavior
27.29 Fitting the RAM and EQS Models by the COSAN Modeling Language
27.30 Second-Order Confirmatory Factor Analysis
27.31 Linear Relations among Factor Loadings: COSAN Model Specification
27.32 Ordinal Relations among Factor Loadings
27.33 Longitudinal Factor Analysis