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The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) was administered to a sample of 300 subjects. The intercorrelations among all the subscales were obtained. Unities were retained in the diagonal spaces of the correlation matrix and it was factor analyzed. Cattell’s scree indicated two-factor solution. The two factors were subject to varimax rotation. The two rotated factors were named as Verbal Intelligence and Performance Intelligence. The two factors, together, explained 62 percent of variance. (December)

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The inter-factor correlation between the two rotated factors obtained in this analysis will be

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Zero

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Zero or greater than zero

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Smaller than zero

d.

Greater than zero

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In this research, the factor analysis has

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Established the predictive validity of the WAIS

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Provided evidence in favor of Spearman’s two factor model

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Explored the dimensionality of the WAIS subscales

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Demonstrated that all the WAIS subscales are highly internally consistent

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The factor analytic model followed in the above analysis can be best explained as

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Component model

b.

Oblique factor analysis model

c.

Confirmatory factor analysis model

d.

Common factor model

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Cattell’s scree is a

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a.

Plot displaying variables using the first two factors as axes

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Plot of the order of unrotated factors on X axis and eigenvalues on the Y axis

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Plot of the order of unrotated factors on X axis and communalities on the Y axis

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Eigenvalues on X axis and communalities on Y axis

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