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### 1968, Volume 33, Issue 4

**451-468 A semi-orthogonal dependent factor solution***by*Olgierd Porebski**469-506 A general nonmetric technique for finding the smallest coordinate space for a configuration of points***by*Louis Guttman**507-512 Reviews***by*Donald Meyer & David Sears & Jason Millman & Roy Williams**513-513 Minutes of the special meeting of the Psychometric Society***by*W. Schrader**515-517 Minutes of the 1968 annual business meeting of the Psychometric Society***by*W. Schrader

### 1968, Volume 33, Issue 3

**259-266 An extension of item analysis procedures to the case of polychotomous response***by*Frank Baker & John Gurland**267-334 A comparison of factor analytic techniques***by*Michael Browne**335-345 Alpha-maximized factor analysis (alphamax): Its relation to alpha and canonical factor analysis***by*P. Bentler**347-350 A note on invariance in three-mode factor analysis***by*Bruce Bloxom**351-381 A unified treatment of the weighting problem***by*Roderick McDonald**383-385 Symmetric limiting distributions of response probabilities***by*G. Marliss & J. McGregor**387-389 Book Reviews***by*Donald Campbell & George Graen

### 1968, Volume 33, Issue 2

**133-167 The theory of abstract partials: An introduction***by*William Rozeboom**169-172 Comments on “markovian processes with identifiable states: General considerations and applications to all-or-none learning”***by*James Greeno & Theodore Steiner**173-215 Identifiability and statistical properties of two-stage learning with no successes in the initial stage***by*James Greeno**217-223 A remark on Bower's estimate for the one-element Markov learning model***by*Paul Holland**225-232 The “idealized individual” interpretation of individual differences in multidimensional scaling***by*Norman Cliff**233-236 A note on lower bounds for the number of common factors***by*Michael Browne**237-247 Factorial rotation to simple structure and maximum similarity***by*Bruce Bloxom**249-252 A note on a cognitive probability model incorporating the serial position effect***by*James Brewer & F. King**253-257 Book reviews***by*Stanley Rickard & Maurice Tatsuoka

### 1968, Volume 33, Issue 1

**1-18 Probabilistic foundations for coefficients of generalizability***by*John Hunter**19-33 On two-sided orthogonal procrustes problems***by*Peter Schönemann**35-36 A counterexample to two-dimensional varimax-rotation***by*Friedrich Gebhardt**37-71 A monte carlo approach to the number of factors problem***by*Robert Linn**73-115 A statistical model which combines features of factor analytic and analysis of variance techniques***by*Harry Gollob**117-124 Maximum likelihood estimation of parameters of signal detection theory—A direct solution***by*Donald Dorfman & Edward Alf**125-132 Book reviews***by*William Moonan & Frank Kobler & Richard Doiron

### 1967, Volume 32, Issue 4

**363-379 On factors and factor scores***by*Chester Harris**381-401 A comparison of four methods of constructing factor scores***by*Roderick McDonald & E. Burr**403-417 A maximum likelihood solution for the method of successive intervals allowing for unequal stimulus dispersions***by*Peter Schönemann & Ledyard Tucker**419-423 Note on a rank test of cronholm and revusky***by*B. Bennett**425-434 Properties and applications of gramian factoring***by*W. Gibson**435-441 A correction for replicated error in correlation coefficients***by*W. Bashaw & Harry Anderson**443-482 Some contributions to maximum likelihood factor analysis***by*K. Jöreskog**483-486 Book reviews***by*John McCall & James Erdmann & Michael Zieky

### 1967, Volume 32, Issue 3

**241-254 Hierarchical clustering schemes***by*Stephen Johnson**255-264 The use of limit theorems in paired comparison model building***by*W. Thompson & Jagbir Singh**265-277 Asymptotic sampling variances for factor analytic models identified by specified zero parameters***by*R. Lockhart**279-289 On a new property of partially balanced association schemes useful in psychometric structural analysis***by*J. Srivastava & R. Maik**291-296 A note on a matrix criterion for unique colorability of a signed graph***by*Terry Gleason & Dorwin Cartwright**297-308 Successive intervals scaling of paired comparisons***by*Lennart Sjöberg**309-326 The influence of communality, factor strength, and loading size on the sampling characteristics of factor loadings***by*Norman Cliff & Roger Pennell**327-338 An estimation of true scores in the case of items scored on a continuous scale***by*A. Srivastava & Harold Webster**339-353 Estimates of test size for several test procedures based on conventional variance ratios in the repeated measures design***by*Raymond Collier & Frank Baker & Garrett Mandeville & Thomas Hayes**355-360 Book reviews***by*Kenneth Hopkins & Robert Smith & Warren Findley & John McCall

### 1967, Volume 32, Issue 2

**115-123 The classification of individuals into two criterion groups on the basis of a discontinuous payoff function***by*Edward Alf & Donald Dorfman**125-132 On oblique procrustes rotation***by*Michael Browne**133-141 Developing prediction weights by matching battery factorings***by*Clifford Lunneborg**143-154 Tandem criteria for analytic rotation in factor analysis***by*Andrew Comrey**155-156 The number of ways to label a structure***by*Frank Harary & Edgar Palmer & Ronald Read**157-182 F tests for the absolute invariance of dominance and composition scales***by*Gordon Bechtel**183-193 Latent partition analysis***by*David Wiley**195-198 Difficulty scaling of recognition items***by*Edward Cureton**199-227 Orthogonal inter-battery factor analysis***by*Walter Kristof

### 1967, Volume 32, Issue 1

**1-13 Coefficient alpha and the reliability of composite measurements***by*Melvin Novick & Charles Lewis**15-24 Tests of hypothesis in a repeated measures design from a permutation viewpoint***by*Raymond Collier & Frank Baker & Garrett Mandeville**25-33 A significance test for one parameter isosensitivity functions***by*Vivian Gourevitch & Eugene Galanter**35-46 A latent structure for the simplex***by*W. Gibson**47-65 The analysis of variance and pairwise scaling***by*Gordon Bechtel**67-76 Testing independence in two-way contingency tables with data subject to misclassification***by*Kwanchai Assakul & Charles Proctor**77-112 Numerical methods for polynomial models in nonlinear factor analysis***by*Roderick McDonald

### 1966, Volume 31, Issue 4

**437-445 The computer revolution in psychometrics***by*Bert Green**447-455 Simultaneous nonlinear prediction***by*Jean Fortier**457-473 A base-free measure of change***by*Ledyard Tucker & Fred Damarin & Samuel Messick**475-490 A model for the analysis of multiple strategies***by*N. Castellan**491-504 Classical and bayesian inference in certain latency processes***by*Gordon Bechtel**505-506 A note on Jost's law and exponential forgetting***by*Herbert Simon**507-534 Analysis of covariance structures***by*R. Bock & Rolf Bargmann**535-538 A matrix formulation of Kaiser's varimax criterion***by*Richard Sherin**539-543 The algebra of factorial indeterminancy***by*Emil Heermann**545-561 Alpha factor analysis of infallible variables***by*Gene Glass**563-571 Resolution of the heywood case in the minres solution***by*Harry Harman & Yoichiro Fukuda**573-580 The true distributions of the range of rank totals in the two-way classification***by*Peter Dunn-Rankin & Frank Wilcoxon**581-603 The centrality index of a graph***by*Gert Sabidussi**605-607 On correlation coefficients***by*Edward Cureton**609-612 Minutes of the 1966 annual business meeting of the Psychometric Society***by*W. Mollenkopf

### 1966, Volume 31, Issue 3

**279-311 Some mathematical notes on three-mode factor analysis***by*Ledyard Tucker**313-323 Rotation for simple loadings***by*R. Jennrich & P. Sampson**325-340 An empirical study of a logistic mental test model***by*John Ross**341-349 Predicting effectiveness of bayesian classification systems***by*Louis Herman & Michael Dollinger**351-368 Factor analysis by minimizing residuals (minres)***by*Harry Harman & Wayne Jones**369-381 Simultaneous linear prediction***by*Jean Fortier**383-395 Theorems for a finite sequence from a two-state, first-order markov chain with stationary transition probabilities***by*Richard Bogartz**397-412 Experimental design symbolization and model derivation***by*Wayne Lee**413-419 Simultaneous factor analysis of several Gramian matrices***by*Joseph Levin**421-433 Estimation of a correlation coefficient from an uncertainty measure***by*William Pearson**435-436 Book review***by*Claude Flament

### 1966, Volume 31, Issue 2

**125-145 Admissible probability measurement procedures***by*Emir Shuford & Arthur Albert & H. Edward Massengill**147-164 On testing hypotheses regarding a class of covariance structures***by*J. Srivastava**165-178 Testing a simple structure hypothesis in factor analysis***by*K. Jöreskog**179-199 The number of paths and cycles in a digraph***by*Dorwin Cartwright & Terry Gleason**201-214 Alternative power laws for ratio scaling***by*Robert Fagot**215-224 An individual differences model for multiple regression***by*T. Cleary**225-234 Derivation of learning process statistics for a general markov model***by*Harley Bernbach**235-248 Varisim: A new machine method for orthogonal rotation***by*Peter Schönemann**249-254 The information theoretic entropy function as a total expected participation index for communication network experiments***by*Kenneth Mackenzie**255-266 Robustness of the maximum-likelihood estimation procedure in factor analysis***by*E. Fuller & W. Hemmerle**267-269 Some comments in connection with Rozeboom's linear correlation theory***by*Stig Fhanér**271-278 The probability of a given 1-choice structure***by*Frank Harary & Ron Read

### 1966, Volume 31, Issue 1

**1-10 A generalized solution of the orthogonal procrustes problem***by*Peter Schönemann**11-16 A method for clustering eigenvalues***by*Larry Irwin**17-25 Structural centrality in communications networks***by*Kenneth Mackenzie**27-31 A remark on tucker and Messick's “points of view” analysis***by*John Ross**33-42 Orthogonal rotation to congruence***by*Norman Cliff**43-60 Probability matching***by*M. Norman & John Yellott**61-66 The minimal transformation to orthonormality***by*Richard Johnson**67-73 On the estimation of the tetrachoric correlation coefficient***by*N. Castellan**75-84 Comparative scaling of unidimensional discrimination and similarity data***by*Gordon Bechtel**85-92 Accuracy of maximum-likelihood estimates of correlation for a biserial model***by*Benjamin Prince & Robert Tate**93-96 Corrected item-test correlations***by*E. Cureton**97-123 Derivation of likelihood-ratio tests for Guttman quasi-simplex covariance structures***by*Bishwa Mukherjee

### 1965, Volume 30, Issue 4

**379-393 Multidimensional scaling of similarity***by*Warren Torgerson**395-418 Generalizability of scores influenced by multiple sources of variance***by*Goldine Gleser & Lee Cronbach & Nageswari Rajaratnam**419-440 Some results based on a general stochastic model for mental tests***by*William Meredith**441-448 A method of successive cumulations for the scaling of pair-comparison preference judgments***by*Marshall Greenberg**449-453 A set of inequalities in factor analysis***by*J. Darroch**455-458 On admissible communalities in factor analysis***by*Albert Madansky**459-467 A sensitive rank test for comparing the effects of two treatments on a single group***by*James Cronholm & Samuel Revusky**469-479 Estimating the accuracy of dichotomous judgments***by*Joseph Fleiss**481-490 Matching components of self-report and peer-nomination personality measures***by*Warren Norman & Thad Harshbarger**491-497 A sequence of limiting distributions of response probabilities***by*J. McGregor & J. Zidek**499-513 A special latin square for the use of each subject “as his own control”***by*Lorna Benjamin**515-530 Geometric vector orthogonal rotation method in multiple-factor analysis***by*Shigeo Kashiwagi**531-532 Minutes of the 1965 annual business meeting of the Psychometric Society***by*W. Mollenkopf

### 1965, Volume 30, Issue 3

**235-237 Marion Webster Richardson (1896–1965)***by*Maurice Lorr & Ruth Heiser**239-270 A strong true-score theory, with applications***by*Frederic Lord**271-289 The connection between magnitude and discrimination scales and direct and indirect scaling methods***by*Hannes Eisler**291-302 Obtaining maximum-likelihood estimates of factor loadings and communalities using an easily implemented iterative computer procedure***by*W. Hemmerle**303-313 Generating multiple samples of multivariate data with arbitrary population parameters***by*Robert Wherry & James Naylor & Robert Wherry & Robert Fallis**315-318 Another interpretation of a model for paired comparisons***by*Ralph Bradley**319-321 A note on some modifications of latent roots and vectors***by*Desmond Cartwright**323-341 A model for serial verbal learning***by*Ulara Kuno**343-352 The average error of a learning model, estimation and use in testing the fit of models***by*Helena Kraemer**353-356 Matrix formulas for part and partial correlation***by*Earl Jennings**357-370 The approximate sampling distribution of Kuder-Richardson reliability coefficient twenty***by*Leonard Feldt**371-372 A note on the normal ogive or logistic curve in item analysis***by*Frederic Lord**373-376 An empirical study of item-test regression***by*Frederic Lord**377-377 The average spearman rank correlation when ties are present: A correction***by*Edward Cureton

### 1965, Volume 30, Issue 2

**99-127 A theory of appropriate statistics***by*Ernest Adams & Robert Fagot & Richard Robinson**129-155 A probability model for errors of classification. II. Particular cases***by*J. Sutcliffe**157-163 Latency models for reaction time distributions***by*D. Taylor**165-178 An investigation of the sampling distributions of item discrimination indices***by*Frank Baker**179-185 A rationale and test for the number of factors in factor analysis***by*John Horn**187-195 Components of reliability***by*Rolfe LaForge**197-205 An alternative approach to the method of correct matching***by*Hai Halevi**207-233 Book review***by*E. Carterette

### 1965, Volume 30, Issue 1

**1-14 Alpha factor analysis***by*Henry Kaiser & John Caffrey**15-29 A method for studying differences between groups***by*William Meredith**31-38 Nonlinear probit analysis and its application to psychometric data***by*J. Maritz**39-56 Generalizability of stratified-parallel tests***by*Nageswari Rajaratnam & Lee Cronbach & Goldine Gleser**57-71 Linear correlations between sets of variables***by*William Rozeboom**73-96 A probability model for errors of classification. I. General considerations***by*J. Sutcliffe**97-98 Book review***by*James Lingoes

### 1964, Volume 29, Issue 4

**295-308 Social desirability and performance on the MMPI***by*Allen Edwards**309-333 Markovian processes with identifiable states: General considerations and application to all-or-none learning***by*James Greeno & Theodore Steiner**335-345 Nominally and rigorously parallel test forms***by*Frederic Lord**347-362 Oblique factor analytic solutions by orthogonal transformations***by*Chester Harris & Henry Kaiser**363-370 A choice model for paired comparison data based on imperfectly nested sets***by*Hannes Eisler**371-381 The geometry of factorial indeterminancy***by*Emil Heermann**383-391 Estimation of the correlation coefficient in contingency tables with possibly nonmetrical characters***by*H. Lancaster & M. Hamdan**393-396 Simplified regression patterns for classification***by*Hubert Brogden**397-408 The mean and standard deviation of the distribution of group assembly sums***by*Paul Dwyer**409-419 Comparisons of power for some exact multinomial significance tests***by*Joan Gurian & Jerome Cornfield & James Mosimann**421-423 Book reviews***by*Robert Abelson

### 1964, Volume 29, Issue 3

**215-231 Some generalizations of a theoretical distribution of mental test scores***by*John Keats**233-240 A multivariate analysis of an experimental design involving a complete set of latin squares***by*Man-Wai Chan**241-256 On the Johnson-Neyman technique and some extensions thereof***by*Richard Potthoff**257-261 Analysis of preferential experiments***by*C. Ramanujacharyulu**263-270 Correlation in a singly truncated bivariate normal distribution***by*M. Aitkin**271-281 Measures of invariance and comparability in factor analysis for fixed variables***by*Samuel Pinneau & Albert Newhouse**283-293 Book Reviews***by*Leslie McLean & Julian Stanley & Maurice Tatsuoka & William Hays & Bert Green & William Michael

### 1964, Volume 29, Issue 2

**102-104 Samuel Stanlep Wilks 1906–1964***by*Harold Gulliksen**105-113 Instrumental variables in factor analysis***by*Albert Madansky**115-129 Nonmetric multidimensional scaling: A numerical method***by*J. Kruskal**131-141 Estimation in the three-state markov learning model***by*Helena Kraemer**143-151 A graph theoretic approach to similarity relations***by*Frank Harary**153-165 Enumeration of paths in digraphs***by*K. Parthasarathy**167-176 A generalization of the interpoint distance model***by*John Ross & Norman Cliff**177-185 Notes on factorial invariance***by*William Meredith**187-206 Rotation to achieve factorial invariance***by*William Meredith**207-209 Comment on feldt's “use of extreme groups”***by*John Ross & James Lumsden**211-213 Book reviews***by*Paul Dwyer & Leonard Savage

### 1964, Volume 29, Issue 1

**1-27 Multidimensional scaling by optimizing goodness of fit to a nonmetric hypothesis***by*J. Kruskal**29-54 Informational models and their uses***by*Arnold Binder & Burton Wolin**55-65 Canonical correlations with fallible data***by*William Meredith**67-73 Mean performance and the factor analysis of learning data***by*John Ross**75-86 A new method for solving simultaneous linear equations associated with multivariate analysis***by*F. Watson**87-101 On the interaction of the subject and the experiment in the matching model***by*Ralph Swentzell & Alan Roberts

### 1963, Volume 28, Issue 4

**315-331 Beyond Babbage***by*Lyle Jones**333-367 An individual differences model for multidimensional scaling***by*Ledyard Tucker & Samuel Messick**369-390 Testable conditions for triads of paired comparison choices***by*H. Morrison**391-394 The stochastic model of mental testing theory and an application***by*Max Woodbury**395-403 A nonparametric test for the two-sample problem***by*Myles Hollander**405-413 A general method of obtaining exact sampling probabilities of the shannon-wiener measure of informationĤ***by*James Cronholm**415-422 Powered vector method of factor analysis***by*John Overall & James Porterfield**423-426 On the symmetric treatment of an asymmetric approach to factor analysis***by*W. Gibson**427-429 Minutes of the 1963 Annual Business Meeting of the Psychometric Society***by*W. Mollenkopf

### 1963, Volume 28, Issue 3

**221-238 The statistical theory of stepped-up reliability coefficients when a test has been divided into several equivalent parts***by*Walter Kristof**239-258 The prediction of averages***by*William Meredith

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