SE4 Tutorial Tutorial 7

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    SE4 Seminar 7

    rules of engagement no computer or no power no lesson

    no SPSS no lesson no homework done no lesson

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    IN-CLASS TEST

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    In-class test week 5

    via researchmethods.nl ( link) on Moodle

    http://www.researchmethods.nl/http://www.researchmethods.nl/
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    FEEDBACK

    TEAM ASSIGNMENT

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    MULTIVARIATE ANALYSISBryman (chapter 14, pages 330-332)

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    Bryman page 330-332 6

    Multivariate analysis

    1. Analysis of single variables2. Bivariate analysis (simultaneous analysis of two

    variables)3. Multivariate analysis (simultaneous analysis of

    three or more variables)

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    Functions of a third variable

    1. Could the relation be spurious?2. Could there be an intervening variable?3. Could a third variable moderate the

    relationship?

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    1. Spurious correlation

    age

    income voting behavior

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    1. Spurious correlation: Classic example

    low

    urbanization

    storks high birth rate

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    Bryman page 331 10

    -

    2. Intervening variable

    training performancebored

    training

    p e r f o r m a n c e

    + -

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    2. Intervening variable: Correlations

    performance training bored tired

    performance -.50 -.70 .00

    training -.50 .70 .00

    bored -.70 .70 .00

    tired .00 .00 .00

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    3. Third variable as moderator

    training performance

    p e r f o r m a n c e

    training

    (weak negative correlation)

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    3. Third variable as moderator

    training performance

    p e r f o r m a n c e

    training

    (weak negative correlation)

    gender

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    3. Third variable as moderator

    training performance

    p e r f o r m a n c e

    training

    gender

    (weak negative correlation)

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    3. Third variable as moderator

    training performance

    p e r f o r m a n c e

    training

    male

    (strong negative correlation)

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    3. Third variable as moderator

    training performance

    p

    e r f o r m a n c e

    training

    gender

    (weak negative correlation)

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    3. Third variable as moderator

    training performance

    p

    e r f o r m a n c e

    training

    female

    (no correlation )

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    Homework team assignment

    Check that all your lime questions have meaningful labels (questioncode)

    Click on the browse responses for this survey button (on the secondtoolbar)

    Click display responses to visually inspect them, remove any testresponses.

    Click export results to application Leave all options as is

    question codes, full answers, microsoft excel Open file in excel and save under another name, close the

    worksheet In SPSS, go to File: read text data and select microsoft excel files

    as the type Open your result file in spss and save as an spss file