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common factor

[¦kām·ən ′fak·tər]
(mathematics)
common divisor
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Self-efficacy is also considered to be an efficacious common factor in successful therapies (Weinberger, 1995).
The author derives a common factor underlying the observed evolution of national economies and analyzes whether EMU-GDP and the common factor display the same basic features.
The Heart and Soul of Change: What Works in Therapy (Hubble, Duncan, & Miller, 1999) is a 462-page book that draws on theory, research, and practice to highlight the common factors of change leading to positive client outcomes in therapy.
Maximum likelihood common factor analysis was used to determine the underlying dimensions of the scale; varimax rotation was applied; convergence required 10 iterations.
In equation (1), [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is the conventional MLE of [Sigma]; [Mathematical Expression Omitted] denotes a maximum likelihood common factor estimate of the original [Omega] and is based on the same data used to generate [Mathematical Expression Omitted]; and [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is a derived posterior estimate which indicates the degree to which structural information in the sample is in agreement with the covariance structural model assumed for [Omega].
Table 4 Maximum Likelihood Factor Analysis of the Compensable Factors 3 Common Factor Model Single Common Factor Factor Factor Factor Model Compensable Factor 1 2 3 Factor 1 Communication skills (CS) 0.
2003) used a cluster analysis to examine the 35 common factor categories identified by Grencavage and Norcross (1990) and empirically identified three common factor clusters: Bond (e.
Once again you come from a wide range of backgrounds, previous experiences, and the four corners of the country, but with one common factor - you are responding to an invitation given in and through faith, to become priests who will spread the Gospel in years to come.
The common factor in the aristocratic web is the Honourable Sir Edward Walpole, the son of Britain's first Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole, and it can be traced back to the 18th Century.
My character is an Indian Air Force pilot which is the only common factor between our films.
The common factor These six sportsmen have something in common (other than being sportsmen
This could be explained by arguing that if two adjacent Fibonacci numbers had a common factor other than 1, then because of the way the sequence of Fibonacci numbers is constructed, all Fibonacci numbers would have the same common factor.