The relationships between different types of sensation-
seeking tendencies and the use of 26 substances
are studied for a group of 1,068 adolescents.
The methods of canonical correlation analysis
with dimension rotation and maximum likelihood
interbattery factor analysis are contrasted in
the data set. Several major patterns are found, and
it is concluded that the relationship between drug
use and sensation-seeking tendencies is not a general
Huba, G. J, Newcomb, M. D & Bentler, Peter M. (1981). Comparison of canonical correlation and interbattery factor analysis on sensation seeking and drug use domains. Applied Psychological Measurement, 5, 291-306. doi:10.1177/014662168100500302
Huba, G. J.; Newcomb, M. D.; Bentler, Peter M..
Comparison of canonical correlation and interbattery factor analysis on sensation seeking and drug use domains.
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