homogeneous subscales allow for investigating which sub-dimensions of quest account for the observed prediction.
Taken together, and consistent with the previous finding that the HPS is factorially
valid measure of homework purpose of high school students (Xu, 2010a), the present study suggests that the HPS is applicable to middle school students as well.
While an intriguing "mild depression" factor was also suggested, the Confusion scale is not factorially
sound, a finding supported by Fernandez, et al.
The CBI provides norm-referenced measures of a counselor's burnout syndrome on five factorially
derived burnout dimensions: Exhaustion, Incompetence, Negative Work Environment, Devaluing Client, and Deterioration in Personal Life.
0, 5, and 15g/kg soil) combined factorially
with 3 input rates (i.
Medidas de simplicidad y de ajuste factorial: Un enfoque para la construccion y revision de escalas derivadas factorialmente [Measures of simplicity and factorial adjustment: An approach to the construction and revision of factorially
000), therefore the correlation matrix of the 45 items of the SPAI, in this sample, can be factorially
Four experimental diets were factorially
(2x2) arranged with two types of wheat bran, from hard (T.
For this technique, the effects of organic solvent blend (dichloromethane: ethanol), polymer concentration (10 and 20%w/v) and external oil volume (25 and 50 ml) on particle formation and in vitro release were investigated in a factorially
designed experiment on teacher structuring, soliciting, and reacting.
These same questions correspond to the operationalized and factorially
analyzed definition used in Pascarella and Terenzini's study (See Table 1).
The ten treatments were factorially
arranged in a randomized complete block design and replicated three times.