title:
Raw data from Holzinger-Swineford
Grades VII and VIII of the
Pasteur elementary school (n=156) followed by Grant-White (n=145)
Gender, grade, and age information, and the 24 tests
Sources:
Holzinger, K. J. & Swineford, F. (1939).
A study in Factor Analysis: The Stability of a Bi-Factor
Solution. Supplementary Educational Monographs.
Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago.
Harman, H.H. (1976). Modern Factor Analysis.
Third Edition. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press
data:
file is H-S Combined.txt;
variable:
names are id female grade agey agem school ! school =0/1 with Pasteur=1
visual cubes paper flags general paragrap
sentence wordc wordm addition code counting straight wordr
numberr figurer object numberf figurew deduct
numeric problemr series arithmet;
usev = visual-figurew group;
grouping = group (4);
Define:
if(female eq 0 and school eq 0)then group = 1; ! females in Grant-White
if(female eq 0 and school eq 1)then group = 2; ! females in Pasteur
if(female eq 1 and school eq 0)then group = 3; ! males in Grant-White
if(female eq 1 and school eq 1)then group = 4; ! males in Pasteur
analysis:
estimator = mlr;
model = configural metric scalar;
model:
spatial by visual-flags;
verbal by general-wordm;
speed by addition-straight;
memory by wordr-figurew;
output:
tech1;