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Using Bayesian inference, this study aims to
estimate the magnitude of the cognitive load when a person perceives asymmetric social relations. Some empirical evidence relating to balance theory has shown that a balanced state is comparatively easier to memorize than an unbalanced one. In this...
Political party preference is a crucial element in the analysis of economics
and political science. However, it is often difficult to investigate the dynamic properties of the individual partisanship due to inaccessibility to panel data. This study proposes a Bayesian approach for estimating...
While egotropic evaluations of economic policy have long been analyzed as reflecting the absolute individual income situation per se, economic assessments should also comprise relative perceptions of others’ status; in other words, voters’ perceptions of economic inequality matter. First, using...
In this paper, we propose a new weighted squared distance while minimizing a distance between the true proportions and the observed proportions of (Yes, Yes), (Yes, No), (No, Yes) and (No, No) answers in the setup of Odumade and Singh (Commun Stat Theory Methods 38: 439–446, 2009) model. The...
In canonical correlation analysis (CCA), the substantive interpretations of the canonical variates are of primary interest to the applied researchers. However, there are two different interpretive approaches used by different researchers—the weight-based approach and the loading-based approach,...
Contemporary learning theories and their implementations associated with information and communication technologies increasingly integrate social constructivist approaches in order to assist and facilitate the construction of knowledge. Social constructivism also highlights the important role of...
With the advent of consistent partial least squares (PLSc), an interest has surged in comparing the quality of various estimation methods in structural equation models. Of particular interest are, beside PLSc, Bentler’s non-iterative confirmatory factor analysis, Hägglund’s instrumental variable...
When two alternatives are compared, the one that becomes the focus of comparison has a relative advantage (resp., disadvantage) when two alternatives share positive (resp., negative) unique features. This “direction of comparison effect” (DCE) has been found to manifest clearly when three...
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