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Wolff, P. H. (19S7). The development of behavioral states and the expression of emotion in early infancy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. I Technical and Methodological Aspects of Systems Analysis 2 The Study of Dynamic Systems Using Structural Equations Analysis Lois E. Tetrick Structural equations modeling involves laying out the relationships among events or phenomena along a time horizon based on theory. The model or schematic representation of these relationships then can be expressed in a system of structural equations.
1982; Roy, 1958). Because the comparison between nested models is a test of the overidentifying restrictions and the sequence is terminated when a null hypothesis has been rejected, it is important to arrange the testing of hypotheses about parameters in the order of their relative importance. , 1982). These indexes give an indication of the relative decrease in lack of fit between two nested models (Mulaik, James, Van Alstine, Bennett, Lind, & Stillwell, 1989). Typically one computes the fit index comparing the model of interest with the null model, that model that constrains all constructs to be orthogonal or unrelated.
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