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Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) is a particular form of factor analysis, most commonly used in social research. In confirmatory factor analysis, the researcher first develops a hypothesis about what factors they believe are underlying the used measures and may impose constraints on the model based on these a priori hypotheses. For example, if two factors are accounting for the covariance in the measures, and these factors are unrelated to one another, we can create a model where thearXiv:1905.05598v1 fatcat:byo6v35lqnfapgz7g5omprweby