Wayne F. Velicer combines topics linked to Correspondence analysis, Stability (learning theory) and Component analysis with his work on Machine learning. Wayne F. Velicer carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Stability (learning theory) and Machine learning. The study of Component analysis is intertwined with the study of Statistics in a number of ways. Wayne F. Velicer incorporates Statistics and Canonical correlation in his studies. Wayne F. Velicer combines Canonical correlation and Principal component analysis in his research. He integrates Principal component analysis and Correspondence analysis in his research. His study on Geometry is interrelated to topics such as Rotation (mathematics), Correlation and Procrustes analysis. Wayne F. Velicer frequently studies issues relating to Artificial intelligence and Rotation (mathematics). The study of Artificial intelligence is intertwined with the study of Image (mathematics) in a number of ways.
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The Transtheoretical Model of Health Behavior Change
James O. Prochaska;Wayne F. Velicer.
American Journal of Health Promotion (1997)
Comparison of five rules for determining the number of components to retain.
William R. Zwick;Wayne F. Velicer.
Psychological Bulletin (1986)
Stages of change and decisional balance for 12 problem behaviors
James O. Prochaska;Wayne F. Velicer;Joseph S. Rossi;Michael G. Goldstein.
Health Psychology (1994)
Relation of sample size to the stability of component patterns.
Edward Guadagnoli;Wayne F. Velicer.
Psychological Bulletin (1988)
The Process of Smoking Cessation: An Analysis of Precontemplation, Contemplation, and Preparation Stages of Change.
Carlo C. DiClemente;James O. Prochaska;Scott K. Fairhurst;Wayne F. Velicer.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1991)
Determining the number of components from the matrix of partial correlations
Wayne F. Velicer.
Stages of change in psychotherapy: Measurement and sample profiles.
Eileen A. McConnaughy;James O. Prochaska;Wayne F. Velicer.
Measuring processes of change: applications to the cessation of smoking.
James O. Prochaska;Wayne F. Velicer;Carlo C. DiClemente;Joseph Fava.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1988)
Decisional balance measure for assessing and predicting smoking status.
Wayne F. Velicer;Carlo C. DiClemente;James O. Prochaska;Nancy Brandenburg.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1985)
Affects of variable and subject sampling on factor pattern recovery.
Wayne F. Velicer;Joseph L. Fava.
Psychological Methods (1998)
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