Welcome to the last module in the lecture series of ‘Psychometrics and Scale Development for Social Sciences’.
This module is focused on conducting covariance-based structural equation modeling (CB-SEM) using AMOS. In this module, I explain SEM basics, how to compute degrees of freedom, estimating measurement models, testing discriminant validity, nomological validity testing, and item parceling.
The videos of the module can be found here.
With this module, we complete all the modules of the lecture series on ‘Psychometrics and Scale Development for Social Sciences’. For your reference, given below is a description of the modules covered in this lecture series.
Details of Lecture Series:
Module 1 (Lectures 1-7): Introduction to Measurement
Module 2 (Lectures 1-14): Scale Development and Item Generation
Module 3 (Lectures 1-13): Reliability and Exploratory Factor Analysis
Module 4 (Lectures 1-7): EFA in SPSS and Validity
Module 5 (Lectures 1-6): Basics of CB-SEM
Module 6 (Lectures 1-6): Introduction to AMOS
Module 7 (Lectures 1-9): SEM using AMOS
Instruction sheet for the series is available here.
Relevant files for the lecture series are available here.
I hope you will find the lecture series useful for your work.
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