Correlation and Simple Linear Regression
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Measures the strength of a linear relationship.
As one variable increases the other decreases.
Coefficient of determination
Measures percentage of variability in one variable that is predictable by knowledge of another variable
"Chance" or zero correlation
P > .05
Statistically significant correlation
Ypredicted = b X + a
General case form of simple linear regression
Homoscedasticity of variances
Normal distribution of error around a regression line.
standard error of estimate
range around predicted score within which you are sure with a specified degree of certainty that the predicted score will indeed fall.
restriction of range
can make the value of a correlation seem lower than in fact in may be
can make the value of a correlation coefficient higher than it in fact may be
biased standard deviation
divisor is "n" rather than "n-1". must be used with Dr. Simpson's computational formulae for Pearson's r, linear regression, and standard error of estimate
Menu Path on SPSS to get preliminary graph to allow an informed judgment about whether the relationship is linear
Menu path on SPSS to determine Pearson r values and whether or not they are statistically significant
Menu path on SPSS to take if Pearson correlation is significant and you wish to develop a prediction formula
Multiple linear regression
more than one predictor
In correlational procedures, the criterion---that which you are trying to predict. The last collected variable
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