Re: [R] significance test and cronbach

From: Tom Backer Johnsen <backer_at_psych.uib.no>
Date: Mon 05 Jun 2006 - 20:39:52 EST

Erin Hodgess wrote:
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> Hi Tom!
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> There is a package in R called "psy"
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> One of the functions is "cronbach"

Yes, and that function computes Cronbach's Alpha.
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> I don't know about psychology, so I don't know really
> how it is all constructed.

That is a standard procedure, and rather easy to write in R. My problem is different and has to do with a signigicance test of the value.

Tom

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