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Computing Reproduced Correlations in Structural Equation Models


Educational and Psychological Measurement Volume 46, Number 1,


Structural equation models require formidable computational techniques. Testing the goodness of fit involves discrepancies between original correlations among variables and correlations estimated by solved path coefficients. A BASIC computer program which solves these problems is presented and discussed. (Author/GDC)


Haase, R.F. & Juster, H.R. (1986). Computing Reproduced Correlations in Structural Equation Models. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 46(1), 157. Retrieved May 28, 2023 from .

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