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A Two-Mode Clustering Method to Capture the Nature of the Dominant Interaction Pattern in Large Profile Data Matrices

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Abstract

Profile data abound in a broad range of research settings. Often it is of considerable theoretical importance to address specific structural questions with regard to the major pattern as included in such data. A key challenge in this regard pertains to identifying which type of interaction (double ordinal, mixed ordinal/disordinal, double disordinal) most adequately fits the major pattern in a profile data set at hand. In the present article a novel methodology is proposed to deal with this challenge. This methodology is based on constrained and unconstrained versions of a recently introduced 2-mode clustering model, the real-valued hierarchical classes model. The methodology is illustrated using empirical Person x Situation profile data on altruism.

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  • profile data, two-mode clustering, nature of interaction, constrained and unconstrained RV-HICLAS, HIERARCHICAL CLASSES ANALYSIS, CLASSES ANALYSIS HICLAS, COMPONENT MODELS, PERSONALITY, DISPOSITIONS, COMPLEXITIES, IDENTITIES, SELECTION, DYNAMICS, SCIENCE
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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)361-371
Number of pages11
JournalPsychological Methods
Volume16
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2011