MINIMUM SAMPLE SIZE UNTUK EXPLORATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS (EFA)

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1. GUILFORT (1954) RECOMMEND MINIMUM SAMPLE SIZE 200 FOR CONSISTENT FACTOR RECOVERY.

2. COMREY (1973) SUGGEST A RANGE MINIMUM SAMPLE SIZES, FROM 50 (VERY POOR) TO 1000 (EXCELLENT) AND ADVISED TO RESEARCHER SAMPLE SIZE LARGER THAN 500.

3. GORSUCH (1974) SAMPLE SIZE BELOW 50 (SMALL) & ABOVE 200 (LARGER).

4. CATTELL (1978) PROPOSED 500 WOULD BE A GOOD SAMPLE SIZE & HOWEVER 200 OR 250 COULD BE ACCEPTABLE.

5. BOOMSMA (1982) SAMPLE SIZE LESS 100 (DANGEROUS) & RECOMMEND 200 (SAFE) SAMPLE SIZE.

6. MACCALLUM ET AL., (199) & MACCALLUM ET AL., (2001) MINIMUM SAMPLE SIZE OF 60.

7. SAPNAS AND ZELLER (2002) SAMPLE SIZE RANGE 50-100 WAS ADEQUATE.

DAN BANYAK LAGI JUSTIFICATION OF SAMPLE SIZE MINIMUM & RECOMMENDED

Joost de Winter, Dimitra Dodou, Peter A Wiering. “Exploratory factor analysis with small sample sizes.” Multivariate behavioral research 44, no. 2 (2009): 147-181.

Nurul Fadly Habidin

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  1. Avatar alitsuardana says:

    THANKS, IT’S VERY GOOD

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