After a period of inactivity (due to being swamped), I am pleased to announce the following additions and revisions.
Currently, 115 of Jack Carroll's original correlation matrices (in Excel file format) are now available at the archive. These correlation files can be downloaded for free and can be used for secondary data analysis. Of these 115, 75 also include the original manuscript which provides descriptive information regarding the variables in the correlation matrices. Finally, 59 of the 115 include the correlation matrices, original publication, and Carroll's official EFA results. We continue to work hard to try to locate copies of old articles, missing files, etc.
Below are the additions and revisions to the archive for the current update. The abbreviations used below are those used by Jack Carroll in his 1993 book. A master index of these abbreviations and associated references can be found at the following link.
The following are new correlation matrices that are available:
Errors in the variable names for REIN01, REIN02, REIN03, and REIN04 Excel correlation files have been fixed.
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