Advances in Configural Frequency Analysis

Alexander von Eye, Patrick Mair, and Eun-Young Mun

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1. Introduction

1.1 Questions That CFA Can Answer

1.2 The Five Steps of CFA

1.3 Introduction to CFA: An Overview

1.4 Chapter Summary

2. Configural Analysis of Rater Agreement

2.1 Rater Agreement CFA

2.2 Data Examples

2.3 Chapter Summary

3. Structural Zeros in CFA

3.1 Blanking Out Structural Zeros

3.2 Structural Zeros by Design

3.2.1 Polynomials and the Method of Differences

3.2.2 Identifying Zeros That Are Structural by Design

3.3 Chapter Summary

4. Covariates in CFA

4.1 CFA and Covariates

4.2 Chapter Summary

5. Configural Prediction Models

5.1 Logistic Regression and Prediction CFA

5.1.1 Logistic Regression

5.1.2 Prediction CFA

5.1.3 Comparing Logistic Regression and P-CFA Models

5.2 Predicting an End Point

5.3 Predicting a Trajectory

5.4 Graphical Presentation of Results of P-CFA Models

5.5 Chapter Summary

6. Configural Mediator Models

6.1 Logistic Regression plus Mediation

6.2 CFA-Based Mediation Analysis

6.3 Configural Chain Models

6.4 Chapter Summary

7. Auto-Association CFA

7.1 A-CFA without Covariates

7.2 A-CFA with Covariates

7.2.1 A-CFA with Covariates I: Types and Antitypes Reflect Any of the Possible Relationships between Two or More Series of Measures

7.2.2 A-CFA with Covariates II: Types and Antitypes Reflect Only Relationships between the Series of Measures and the Covariate

7.3 Chapter Summary

8. Configural Moderator Models

8.1 Configural Moderator Analysis: Base Models with and without Moderator

8.2 Longitudinal Configural Moderator Analysis under Consideration of Auto-Associations

8.3 Configural Moderator Analysis as n-Group Comparison

8.4 Moderated Mediation

8.5 Graphical Representation of Configural Moderator Results

8.6 Chapter Summary

9. The Validity of CFA Types and Antitypes

9.1 Validity in CFA

9.2 Chapter Summary

10. Functional CFA

10.1 F-CFA I: An Alternative Approach to Exploratory CFA (Sequential Identification of Types and Antitypes)

10.1.1 Kieser and Victor's Alternative, Sequential CFA: Focus on Model Fit

10.1.2 von Eye and Mair's Sequential CFA: Focus on Residuals

10.2 Special Case: One Dichotomous Variable

10.3 F-CFA II: Explaining Types and Antitypes

10.3.1 Explaining Types and Antitypes: The Ascending, Inclusive Strategy

10.3.2 Explaining Types and Antitypes: The Descending, Exclusive Strategy

10.4 Chapter Summary

11. CFAof Intensive Categorical Longitudinal Data

11.1 CFA of Runs