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      Applied Psychometrics: Sample Size and Sample Power Considerations in Factor Analysis (EFA, CFA) and SEM in General

      Psychology
      Scientific Research Publishing, Inc,

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                Journal
                Psychology
                PSYCH
                Scientific Research Publishing, Inc,
                2152-7180
                2152-7199
                2018
                2018
                : 09
                : 08
                : 2207-2230
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                10.4236/psych.2018.98126
                11556941
                a4809da8-16d0-478f-8f32-d3d650c0dca1
                © 2018

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