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Successful evaluation of the results of an R&D project depends on the availability of suf cient and valid feedback from all concerned stakeholders. The user-centric approach and the user
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A classification of the vertices of this polytope will therefore lead to a comprehensive set of lower bounds that can be obtained from fractional tile covers. For any specific constrained graph, such a classification can be obtained by using vertex enumeration software, e.g., the package lrs, developed by Avis [2]. In [18], 1-cliques in graphs with constraints c0, c1 were considered. In this case the channel assignment was found to be equivalent to the tile cover problem. Moreover, the fractional tile cover problem is equivalent to the integral tile cover problem for 1-cliques, leading to a family of lower bounds that can always be attained. None of the bounds was new. Two bounds were clique bounds of the type mentioned earlier. The third bound was first given by Gamst in [12], and can be stated as follows: S(G, w) max{c0w(v) + ( c1 c0)w(C v) c0|C a clique of G, v C} (5.6)
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ratio, as discussed earlier), more stable parameter estimates, reduction in idiosyncratic characteristics of items, and simplification of model interpretation. However, Bandalos and Finney further noted that even though Marsh (e.g., Marsh & O Neill, 1984) was often cited in support of the practice of parceling (70% of studies using parceling in their review), researchers typically failed to heed Marsh s advice that items being parceled should be reasonably unidimensional (as determined, for example, by separate CFAs of each factor based on responses to items). Hau and Marsh (2004) subsequently evaluated the use of item parcels as a strategy for nonnormality problems but found only modest support for it. The use of item parcels tends to hide possibly trivial or potentially serious problems of misfit. The fit for a single factor based on a large number of indicators will almost always be poorer than the corresponding fit based on a much smaller number of parcels constructed from the indicators. In some cases, the misfit in the solution based on (individual) indicators may be trivial, but more typically the use of parcels tends to camouflage potentially serious violations of unidimensionality. For example, assume that 12 items designed to reflect a single underlying factor actually reflect three correlated factors. A single-factor solution based on the items will probably provide an unacceptable fit that appropriately represents the violation of unidimensionality. If, however, four parcels are constructed such that each parcel has one indicator from each of the underlying three factors, the single-factor solution is likely to provide an apparently good fit and inappropriately support the construct s unidimensionality. Although it can be argued that the violation of unidimensionality is substantively unimportant, such arguments should be made explicit rather than being camouflaged by the use of parcels. Furthermore, there are more effective ways to deal with problems of violation of unidimensionality. For example, the researcher might fit a model in which there were three first-order factors (accurately reflecting the actual factor structure) and one higher-order factor (reflecting the single factor based on analyses of the parcels). It then becomes an empirical question as to whether the relations between the three first-order factors and other constructs (e.g., related constructs, validity criteria, background variables, experimental manipulations) can be explained in terms of the single higher-order factor. Similar arguments can be made when the use of parcels camouflages potential cross-loadings in the typical independent clusters structure. Although the consequences of minor cross-loadings (or correlated uniquenesses) for items
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known as explicit monitoring theories, has been used to explain such failures. Explicit Monitoring Theories Explicit monitoring theories suggest that pressure situations raise self-consciousness and anxiety about performing correctly (Baumeister, 1984). This focus on the self is thought to prompt individuals to turn their attention inward to the specific processes of performance in an attempt to exert more explicit monitoring and control than would be applied in a nonpressure situation (Baumeister, 1984; Beilock & Carr, 2001; Lewis & Linder, 1997). Explicit attention to step-by-step skill processes and procedures is thought to disrupt well-learned or proceduralized performance processes that normally run largely outside of conscious awareness (Beilock, Bertenthal, McCoy, & Carr, 2004; G. A. Kimble & Perlmuter, 1970; Langer & Imber, 1979). Masters s (1992) reinvestment theory suggests that the specific mechanism governing explicit monitoring is dechunking. Pressure-induced attention to execution causes an integrated or proceduralized control structure that normally operates without interruptions to be broken back down into a sequence of smaller, independent units, similar to how the performance was organized early in learning. Once dechunked, each unit must be activated and run separately. Not only does this process slow performance, but it also creates an opportunity for error at each transition between units that was not present in the integrated control structure. A number of recent studies have attempted to examine the attentional correlates of suboptimal performance under pressure in high-level sensorimotor skills using explicit monitoring theories as a guideline. Many of these studies do not involve pressure at all, but rather attempt to mimic the attentional demands that pressure might induce. The logic here is that if researchers can uncover the types of attentional manipulations that compromise performance, they can use this evidence to begin to infer how pressure might exert its impact. Beilock, Carr, et al. (2002) directly manipulated the attentional focus of experienced soccer players performing a soccer-dribbling task. Experienced soccer players dribbled a soccer ball through a series of pylons while performing either a secondary auditory monitoring task (designed to distract attention away from execution, mimicking distraction theories proposed choking mechanism) or a skill-focused task in which the dribblers monitored the side of the foot that most recently contacted the ball
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