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Correlation And
Regression
Week 2: 4/4/16
Homework 19
Evals from last quarter
Using jargon during discussion.
Doing examples from lecture.
Strictness on policies.
Signing in on time and signing out.
Matching answers with SPSS outputs.
Role of discuss
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PRACTICE QUIZ 1
SOCIAL SCIENCE 10C 2016
Suppose you are trying to show that there is a relationship between number of visits to the gym
per month (X) and number of visits to a fast-food restaurant (Y) per month.
ID
A
B
C
D
E
X
0
0
10
10
10
Y
6
8
0
2
4
1.
Variables Entered/Removeda
Variables
Variables
Entered
Removed
Model
1
Xb
Method
. Enter
a. Dependent Variable: Y
b. All requested variables entered.
Model Summaryb
Adjusted R
Model
R
.926a
1
Square
R Square
Std. Error of the
Estimate
.857
.821
1.225
a. P
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PRACTICE FOR QUIZ 4
SOC SCI 10C
Be sure to see Chapter 20B Supplement on the website! Quiz 4 covers all material in Chapters 18-21,
plus the 20B Supplement.
SPSS QUESTIONS (As covered in class and in LAB) will also be on the quiz.
There will be review que
The material for the Quiz will be through Chapter 20.4
PRACTICE FOR QUIZ 2 PART 1: THROUGH CHAPTER 19
SEE PART 2 FOR PRATICE ON CHAPTER 20.1-20.2
We may ask you to estimate a percentile rank or percentile! So review pp. 91-92 and p 96.
And exercises 1-22
PRACTICE FOR QUIZ 3
SOC SCI 10C
SPSS QUESTIONS (As covered in class and in LAB) will also be on the quiz.
-DELINQUENCY
Suppose Dr. D. is studying factors that are related to delinquency rates among a sample of
cities in the U.S. She is trying to show that
PRACTICE FOR QUIZ 2, PART 2
SOC SCI 10C
RECOMMENDED PRACTICE!
pp. 442-448
1-33
SPSS QUESTIONS (As covered in class and in LAB) will also be on quiz.
PRACTICE QUESTIONS (WITHOUT ANSWERS) [A Version with all answers is below.]
-TABLE 1
ID
X1
X2
Y
A
3
1
8
B
QUIZ 1
FORM A KEY
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TEST FORM
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SOC SCI 10C
PRACTICE FOR FINAL EXAM
The Final goes through Chapter 22, omitting only sections omitted in
class. Including Chapters 20B.
A number of these questions are from quiz practice as a number of
questions on the exam will be similar to quiz questio
UNDERSTANDING PART AND PARTIAL CORRELATION: #1 20B Example
Model Summary
Model
R
R Square
Adjusted R
Square
1
.160a
.026
b
2
1.000
1.000
a. Predictors: (Constant), X.PScale
b. Predictors: (Constant), X.PScale, Z.Lie
Model
-.218
1.000
ANOVAa
df
Sum of
Squa
PRACTICE 22B: MODERATION PRACTICE KEY
This exercise will review SPSS output and lead you through a realistic moderation example.
-PART 1: We want to show that an avoidant coping style (Z) moderates the relationship
between work stress and drinking problem
497
STUDY GUIDE 22: MEDIATION & MODERATION
22.1 BRIEF OVERVIEW
The focus these days on the third variable problem comes up most often in discussions of
mediation and moderation. More and more articles, especially those raising questions about
causality, h
1
Multivariate Statistics
CHAPTER 20B: MULTIPLE REGRESSION SUPPLEMENT
Nick Noviello, Ph.D.
20.6B "PART" CORRELATION (Also called Semipartial Correlation)
SUPPOSE THAT THE CORRELATION BETWEEN X and Y IS -.160
AND THE MULTIPLE CORRELATION BETWEEN X, Z, and
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TEST FORM on your you'll get 10 points for this question!
Which form do you have? A) A
B) B C) C
D) D
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