Handbook of Multivariate Experimental Psychology

  • John R. Nesselroade
  • Raymond B. Cattell

Part of the Perspectives on Individual Differences book series (PIDF)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxix
  2. Multivariate Method and Theory Construction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Raymond B. Cattell
      Pages 3-20
    3. Raymond B. Cattell
      Pages 69-130
    4. Raymond B. Cattell
      Pages 131-203
  3. Multivariate Modeling and Data Analysis

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 205-205
    2. Karl G. Jöreskog
      Pages 207-230
    3. Richard L. Gorsuch
      Pages 231-258
    4. Stanley A. Mulaik
      Pages 259-288
    5. Conrad Wesley Snyder Jr.
      Pages 289-316
    6. Clifford C. Clogg, James W. Shockey
      Pages 337-365
    7. Maurice M. Tatsuoka
      Pages 399-419
    8. Robert MacCallum
      Pages 421-445
    9. Roger K. Blashfield, Mark S. Aldenderfer
      Pages 447-473
    10. George P. Vogler, David W. Fulker
      Pages 475-503
    11. Werner W. Wittmann
      Pages 505-560
  4. Multivariate Research and Theory

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 643-643
    2. John Horn
      Pages 645-685
    3. Barry D. Smith
      Pages 687-736
    4. Brian Bolton
      Pages 789-819
    5. Lothar R. Schmidt
      Pages 821-865
    6. Jochen Fahrenberg
      Pages 867-914
    7. S. B. Sells, L. R. James
      Pages 915-937
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 961-966

About this book


When the first edition of this Handbook was fields are likely to be hard reading, but anyone who wants to get in touch with the published in 1966 I scarcely gave thought to a future edition. Its whole purpose was to growing edges will find something to meet his inaugurate a radical new outlook on ex­ taste. perimental psychology, and if that could be Of course, this book will need teachers. As accomplished it was sufficient reward. In the it supersedes the narrow conceptions of 22 years since we have seen adequate-indeed models and statistics still taught as bivariate staggering-evidence that the growth of a new and ANOV A methods of experiment, in so branch of psychological method in science has many universities, those universities will need become established. The volume of research to expand their faculties with newly trained has grown apace in the journals and has young people. The old vicious circle of opened up new areas and a surprising increase obsoletely trained members turning out new of knowledge in methodology. obsoletely trained members has to be The credit for calling attention to the need recognized and broken. And wherever re­ for new guidance belongs to many members search deals with integral wholes-in per­ of the Society of Multivariate Experimental sonalities, processes, and groups-researchers Psychology, but the actual innervation is due will recognize the vast new future that to the skill and endurance of one man, John multivariate methods open up.


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Editors and affiliations

  • John R. Nesselroade
    • 1
  • Raymond B. Cattell
    • 2
  1. 1.Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity ParkUSA
  2. 2.University of Hawaii at ManoaHonoluluUSA

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