Factor structure of the non-cognitive questionnaire for Black, Mexican American and White college

Arbona, Consuelo; Novy, Diane M.
March 1991
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Mar91, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p10
Academic Journal
Examines the factorial structure of the Non-Cognitive Questionnaire (NCQ), an instrument to assess non-cognitive dimensions and academic familiarity, with Black, Mexican-American and White college students. Marker variable factor analysis; Some support for the factorial stability of NCQ; Summary of factors and the reference structure loading matrices.


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