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Configural Frequency Analysis: new results and new improvements
Alexander von Eye and Eun-Young Mun present in the same issue a new methodological approach within CFA to assess interindividual differences in intraindividual change. They propose new models of CFA to explore and test hypotheses concerning person-specific local associations in longitudinal data.
The article by Clemens B. Fell, Alexander von Eye, Gabriel Schui and Günter Krampen examines the relationship between membership in the German Psychological Association and number of citations in English journal articles, excluding self-citations. The authors found out that membership in several subsections of DGPs is preferable over membership in one or no subsection, with regard to international visibility.
The contribution by Matthias J. Müller and Petra Netter uses CFA in order to show different specific physiological reaction patterns in response to stressful events. With the help of two-sample CFA the authors showed that cortical decrease (C+) and testosterone decrease (T-) characterizes uncontrollable stressful situations and the opposite pattern in controllable stress.
Marc Stemmler and Friedrich Lösel apply Prediction-Configural Frequency Analysis to demonstrate the stability of a proactive pattern of aggressiveness in boys from kindergarten to secondary school. In addition, this behavior pattern was related to self-reported delinquent behavior in mid-adolescence.
Mark Stemmler, Alexander von Eye (Eds.): Configural Frequency Analysis (CFA) and other non-parametrical statistical methods, Part I. Psychological Test and Assessment Modeling 2/2012
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