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Franke, G.R., Sarstedt, M. & Danks, N.P. (2021) Journal of Business Research [Core Economics, Q2]

Autor: Ovidiu Ioan Moisescu

Publicat: 03 Aprilie 2021

Franke, G.R., Sarstedt, M. & Danks, N.P. (2021) Assessing measure congruence in nomological networks. Journal of Business Research, 130, 318–334


✓ Publisher: Elsevier
✓ Web of Science Core Collection: Social Sciences Citation Index
✓ Categories: Business
✓ Article Influence Score (AIS): 0.846 (2019) / Q2

Abstract: Evaluations of convergent and discriminant validity are generally conducted by analyzing constructs in isolation or by comparing pairs of latent variables. These approaches ignore the broader nomological network that is intrinsic to a measure’s construct validity, and fail to test the implications of either perfect correlations (convergence) or imperfect correlations (divergence). This paper proposes congruence assessment as a useful approach to simultaneously examining the relationships between multiple latent variables within nomological networks. Two measures are congruent if they have proportionally equal correlations with other constructs. We present measures for quantifying congruence within nomological networks, discuss statistical tests of significance, and demonstrate their performance in simulation studies. We reanalyze three published studies to contrast findings from congruence assessment versus traditional criteria for convergent and discriminant validity. We also discuss methodological and theoretical implications of congruence assessment, and suggest future research directions for both covariance- and composite-based structural equation modeling.

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