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Psychol Methods. 2002 Mar;7(1):64-82.

Principles and practice in reporting structural equation analyses.

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  • 1Department of Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 61820, USA. rmcdonal@s.psych.uiuc.edu

Abstract

Principles for reporting analyses using structural equation modeling are reviewed, with the goal of supplying readers with complete and accurate information. It is recommended that every report give a detailed justification of the model used, along with plausible alternatives and an account of identifiability. Nonnormality and missing data problems should also be addressed. A complete set of parameters and their standard errors is desirable, and it will often be convenient to supply the correlation matrix and discrepancies, as well as goodness-of-fit indices, so that readers can exercise independent critical judgment. A survey of fairly representative studies compares recent practice with the principles of reporting recommended here.

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