Three Approaches to Estimate Latent Interaction Effects: Intention and Perceived Behavioral Control in the Theory of Planned Behavior.

H. Steinmetz, E. Davidov, P. Schmidt, Methodological Innovation 6 (2011) 95–110.

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Steinmetz H, Davidov E, Schmidt P. Three Approaches to Estimate Latent Interaction Effects: Intention and Perceived Behavioral Control in the Theory of Planned Behavior. Methodological Innovation. 2011;6(1):95-110.
Steinmetz, H., Davidov, E., & Schmidt, P. (2011). Three Approaches to Estimate Latent Interaction Effects: Intention and Perceived Behavioral Control in the Theory of Planned Behavior. Methodological Innovation, 6(1), 95–110.
@article{Steinmetz_Davidov_Schmidt_2011, title={Three Approaches to Estimate Latent Interaction Effects: Intention and Perceived Behavioral Control in the Theory of Planned Behavior.}, volume={6}, number={1}, journal={Methodological Innovation}, author={Steinmetz, Holger and Davidov, E and Schmidt, P}, year={2011}, pages={95–110} }
Steinmetz, Holger, E Davidov, and P Schmidt. “Three Approaches to Estimate Latent Interaction Effects: Intention and Perceived Behavioral Control in the Theory of Planned Behavior.” Methodological Innovation 6, no. 1 (2011): 95–110.
H. Steinmetz, E. Davidov, and P. Schmidt, “Three Approaches to Estimate Latent Interaction Effects: Intention and Perceived Behavioral Control in the Theory of Planned Behavior.,” Methodological Innovation, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 95–110, 2011.
Steinmetz, Holger, et al. “Three Approaches to Estimate Latent Interaction Effects: Intention and Perceived Behavioral Control in the Theory of Planned Behavior.” Methodological Innovation, vol. 6, no. 1, 2011, pp. 95–110.

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