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respecify

(riːˈspɛsɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
to specify again
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After respecifying the model (see Figure 1), findings indicated the revised model fit these data well: [chi square] (8) = 9.
We address several areas: (1) the merits of respecifying prevailing research models to more closely align with those used to explore behavioral agency, (2) the use of moderators and selection of contexts that allow researchers to empirically confirm the presence of an SEW endowment prior to estimating its effects, (3) measurement, and (4) clarification of core theoretical assumptions.
In a previous study, a confirmatory factor analysis of the scales was conducted using the FHWS data and a good Et was obtained after respecifying the scales by dropping items with low factor loadings.
We're going to see a lot of people respecifying their products," says Krotts, whose firm's products have been made in China since 1999, mostly by purchasing the goods directly from factories there.
Having the source data as a table allows you to paste new Actuals below the data each month and refresh the pivot table without respecifying the range for the source data.
First, we address the problem of multicollinearity by respecifying the model without the inclusion of median age and the magazine category variables, which are highly correlated with youth readership, the main independent variable of interest.
Favero and Papi (1995) found that their results were not sensitive to respecifying deposits as an output rather than as an input.
In respecifying the model, in order to improve model fit, we chose only to delete existing items.
Nevertheless, after respecifying Islam's regressions his models continue to maintain the functional form that was specifically derived from theory while MRW's does not.