Multitrait multi method model (mtmm), Advanced Statistics

Multitrait multi method model (MTMM) is the form of confirmatory factor analysis model in which the different techniques of measurement are used to measure each of the latent variable. It allows the variance of each measure to be decomposed into the trait variance, technique variance and measurement error variance. 

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