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A model in the form of y=Bo+B1Z1+B2Z2+ .. B2Z2 ...+ BpZp+z

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General linear model

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A test used to determine whether or not first order autocorrelation is present is:

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A model in the form of y=Bo+B1Z1+B2Z2+ .. B2Z2 ...+ BpZp+z

General linear model

A test used to determine whether or not first order autocorrelation is present is:

Durben Watson

Which model can be used to accommodate curvilinear relationships between the independent variables and the dependent variables

The following model y+B0+B1x1+e is referred to as a

1st order model when you want have square term

In multiple regression analysis, the word linear in the term "general linear model" refers to the fact that

Bo B1 ext of ex of 1

Serial correlation is the same as

auto correlation

The joint effect of two variables acting together is called

interaction

A test to determine whether or not first order autocorrelation is present is:

durben watson test

Which of the following teat is used to determine whether an additional variable makes a significant contribution to a multiple regression model>

Parsal f test

A variable such as z whose value is z= x1x2 is added to a general linear model in order to account for potential effects of two variables x1 and x2 acting together, this type of effect is

interaction effect

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## What statistical analysis should be used to test the joint effects of two continous factors on one continous response variable?

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Martin Kocsis

University of Southampton

## What statistical analysis should be used to test the joint effects of two continous factors on one continous response variable?

I have two continous explanatory variables. I assume that the interplay (joint effect) of these variables can predict a third, continous response variable.

What statistical test can be used to test whether the two factors and the response have a statistically significant relationship?

The actual project is aiming to find out whether the interplay of group size and cognitive abilities of members in a primate society can predict the centralisation of the social network.

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31st Jul, 2019 Stefan Schulreich

University of Hamburg

Dear Martin,

Sounds like you are interested in what is commonly called an interaction effect. You can test this in a multiple regression where you input the two continuous explanatory variables and their interaction as predictors and the response variable as dependent variable.

To do this, you need to create the interaction term:

1. demean/center both continous explanatory variables (i.e. compute the mean for each variable and substract the mean from the individual values of each variable).

2. compute the interaction term by simply multiplying the demeaned variables (Xdemeaned x Ydemeaned).

3. Then use the demeaned variables and the interaction term as predictors in a multiple regression as stated in the beginning.

If the interaction effect gets significant, you can run further analyses to understand how the interaction looks like and how it can be interpreted.

This can be done via a so-called simple-slopes analysis - Here is a very useful tutorial on that issue (done in SPSS, but same logic in other packages):

Best, Stefan Cite 1 Recommendation 1st Aug, 2019 Claude Houssemand

University of Luxembourg

Dear Martin,

You have to use regression analysis. Your IV will be the two continous factors and its interaction and your DV your continous response variable. You can use SPSS or Psych R Package.

Best Cite 1st Aug, 2019 Basim Mahmood University of Mosul

Regression analysis can be involved in such investigations. Then, further deep analysis can be involved just to approve your analysis.

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regression is used to:

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find the best fitting straight line that relates 2 dependent samples in populations

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correlation is used to :

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describe the strength of the linear relationship

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a correlation coefficient of +/- 1 indicates:

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a perfect correlation

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involes the linear relationship btwn one one dependent variable and multiple dependant variables

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multiple regression

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used often in epidemiology studies:

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multiple regression

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formula for Z score:

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score-mean/SD: Z score of +1 = 1SD above the mean

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which test? two independent grps w subjects randomly assigned to groups

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T test

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3 assumptions in the T test:1. scores represent normal distribution

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2. sbj randomly selected/assgnd grps

3. variences of the 2 grps are equal

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numerator of the T test represents:

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difference btwn grp means

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denominator of the T test represents:

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diff btwn grp variances

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formula for the degrees of freedom:

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df= total # of df - # of grps

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one vs two tail tests: which is less likely to commit a Type II error?

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less likely to commit a type II error using a one tailed test

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useful test for when the experimental design is one group that receives before/after tx:

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T test for paired data

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Z scores are appropriate for alrge samples but the _____ is more commonly used for small samples (n<30)

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t-distribution

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max # of grps you can compare w a T test:

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2

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a stat method used to test for differences among three or more tx means:

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ANOVA

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2 assumptions of NOVA

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normally distributed data

no sig diff btwn grp variances

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instead of a T-test the ANOVA has an:

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F test

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F ratio formula:

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F = btwn grp variance/within grp variance

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ANOVA used to investigate the effects of ea of several independent variables and the joint effect of these variables acting together:

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factorial ANOVA

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the difference btwn the tx variables are called:

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main effects

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the ______ effect is due to the joint action of the tx variables:

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interaction effect

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multiple comparison test conducted after the primary analysis has rejected the null hypothesis:

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Post-hoc comparisons

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multiple comparison test: comparisons of hypotheses specified before the analysis commenced; appropriate even when F test is not significant:

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planned comparisons

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4 ex of multiple comparison tests:1. honestly significant difference

Definition 2. newman-keuls

3. multiple range test

4. scheffe's method Term

analysis used when levels of an independent variable are ordered along a continuum.

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trend analysis

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test most used for frequency or count data; ex: (# of men,# of deaths, # women w/wo dz)

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Chi square

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basic premise of Chi sq: number of sample observations in each category of ea variable:

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observed frequencies

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basic premise of CHi sq: # of sample observations in ea category if the null hypothesis is true:

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expected frequencies

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4 types of chi sq test:1. goodness of fit

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2. test of independence

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proportions of a normal curve: +/- 1SD = what% of scores?

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68.26%

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proportions of normal curve: what % is within 2sd of mean?

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95.44%

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proportions of normal curve: what % is within 3SD from mean?

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99.73%

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a Z score of 1 indicates:

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the score is 1 SD above the mean

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what % of 14yo have cholesterol of >240?

mean cholesterol @ 14 = 170+/-35

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240-170/35 = 2SD above mean; 2.325% of 14yo have chol>240

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likelihood that any one event will occur, given all possible outcomes:

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probability

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SD of a theoretical sampling distribution of means:

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standard error of the mean

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null hypotheses also reffered to as:

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statistical hypothesis

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concluding that a difference exists when none actually does

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