Confirmatory Factor Analysis

  • Hubert Gatignon


As noted in Chap. 3, a measurement model of the type illustrated in Fig. 4.1 is assumed in confirmatory factor analysis (CFA).


Confirmatory Factor Analysis Measurement Model Exploratory Factor Analysis Discriminant Validity Convergent Validity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hubert Gatignon
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  1. 1.INSEADFontainebleau CedexFrance

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