intercorrelate

intercorrelate

(ˌɪntəˈkɒrɪˌleɪt)
vb
to correlate with each other
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Model c fit well in the PT group when 3 factors were allowed to intercorrelate.
Regarding intercorrelations between LEE-S subscales, all subscales were positively and moderately intercorrelated as expected, except for Intrusiveness and Attitude towards the illness, which did not intercorrelate significantly.
the axes of the factors remain at 90[degrees] angles), whereas with an oblique rotation, the factors are allowed to intercorrelate (i.
6, we can notice, that curve decline of reaction force obtained by FEM is slightly biased, though the first typical deformation phases intercorrelate quite well.
Spearman correlation coefficient (SPSS, 2005) was conducted to intercorrelate among overall GPA of students, level of extra-curricular involvement, level of satisfaction in campus activities, continuous club participation, and club recommendation to friends.
These putative measures of OFC function intercorrelate, supporting the notion of common neural substrates (Spinella, 2002a).
To the extent that the group consensus (as identified by the modal response) and experts agree as to the best answer, their selections should intercorrelate over the items of a given test.
The second and third factors can be considered together, since they are both marked by psychopathic personality variables (the second factor is saturated mostly with criminological variables which naturally intercorrelate highly).
They also refer to findings that indicate that many existing cognitive style instruments fail to intercorrelate with each other.
In this analysis, the variances for all of the factors were fixed at unity and all of the constructs were allowed to intercorrelate.
The expectation that referential activity and object relations would intercorrelate was confirmed, but only for the nonabused adolescents.
Finally, and in addition to the between-groups comparisons just described, the choice of variables to be examined meant that there was a further way of looking at the data, namely, to intercorrelate all the chosen dimensions for each sample separately.