A situation where the effect of an explanatory variable may depend on the value of another explanatory variable.

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Measured moderator, which is influenced by an independent variable

I have a measured variable, which is found to be influenced by an independent variable (i.e., experimental conditions). I will report this in the first part of the result section. Also, as an ...
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Interaction in regression [duplicate]

In my regression model of BMR on age (yrs) , gender (1=male, 0=female), height and weight. The regression equation obtained is: BMR = 1232.059+13.281 weight+3.954 age+192.214 male-3.471 age:gender. ...
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AICc and K for categorical factors and interactions

I am new to multimodel inference. I am trying to create a model that has multiple categorical factors and possible interactions. For example say that my model is... Y ~ X1 + factor(X2) + ...
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Interpretation of a Panel SVAR with demeaned data

I am running a Panel SVAR on country data with LR restrictions using MATLAB. I have 15 countries with 77 observations each. All my variables are demeaned. The structural VAR is constructed as ...
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what is the difference between collinearity and interaction?

I cannot differentiate clearly between "interaction" and "collinearity" in multiple linear regression. For me these terms are related but not the same. I have searched the forum but could not find ...
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Omitting a moderator

I'm wondering what the effect is if I don't include moderators in my model? Is this the same or different from an omitted variable bias? I am having a hard time grasping this conceptually. More ...
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Is it acceptable to not include high-order interactions (3-way and above) in the model when they are not by themselves of interest?

Is it acceptable to not include high-order interactions (3-way and above) in the model when they are not of interest and not part of the hypothesis that is being tested? NB. I am not talking about ...
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Covariate no longer significant after inclusion of interaction term

I'm trying to interpret some results here, and just want to make sure that my logic is sound. I'm predicting a binary outcome with a categorical predictor (gene level coded as 0, 1, or 2 dependant on ...
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I do not have hypotheses for my research and I have got only categorical data. what kind of data analysis can i conduct? also

I do not have hypotheses for my research and I have got only categorical data. what kind of data analysis can i conduct for correlation between variables? also is chi-square used only for hypotheses ...
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Find the amount of variation due to another covariate

I'm trying to explain a binary outcome (cardiovascular disease) with a categorical predictor (gene level, coded as 0, 1, or 2 depending on the number of risk alleles present). I'm trying to determine ...
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Should I run Hierarchical regression to test moderation? Why?

I am an undergraduate student who currently preparing for my thesis paper. In my design, there is total 4 variable (1 predictor, 1 moderator and 1 outcome variable, all of them is in continuous ...
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Statistical Analysis help for thesis - Correlation, Probit, Tobit and Moderation

Hello CrossValidated users! I am writing here cause I need some guidance on my statistical analysis which has turned out far too complex for my basically begineer stats skills and my self research. ...
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Interpreting results from a mixed model with interactions

I need your help interpreting my model's results. To make story short, I have a continuous dependent variable $Y$, and two factors $A$ and $B$, each with $2$ levels $(A_1, A_2, B_1, B_2)$. My main ...
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Factorial design for interactions with ordinal DV

I want to make a 4 question, multiple choice survey in which each question asks about an analogous range of actions for slightly different scenarios. Each participant would only be administered the ...
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main effect and interaction effect

I faced difficulty with my data analysis output. I had two factors with split plot design. Separately, the main effect of the two factors on soil pH was significant. But their interaction effect was ...
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Metafor package: Interpreting rma model with two (or more) moderators.

New user of both stackexchange and R here. My questions are about mainly about interpretation, and my dataset is quite large, so I have not included my dataframe. I have two queries (in bold). Using ...
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How to run main effects and interactions in a stepwise regression?

I am using multiple regression with the backward elimination method. I have one control variable (social desirable responding) and four predictor variables (gender and three self-esteem constructs). ...
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Interaction between variables

I would like to regress basal metabolic rate (BMR) on height, weight, age and gender. How do I do this taking into consideration the interaction between the variable? Wouldn't I have to consider ...
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Can I compare two regression coefficients

I am comparing treatment outcome to two therapeutic treatments. Specifically, I am looking at how attachment moderates the relationship between therapeutic alliance and outcome. I hypothesize that the ...
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Interaction between percentage and population size in a regression

Assume I have a regression type model. Are their any statistical and/or substantial reasons NOT to include a two-way interaction which consist of a percentage and the corresponding population size. ...
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Interpreting / understanding intercept and slope values for an interaction using summary output in R

In R, using lme4, I am using a mixed model to test how a response (mode; continuous and normally distributed) is affected by a covariate (species richness (sr); continuous and normally distributed) ...
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Mixed model interaction (covariate+factor): How to interpret posthoc table output in R package phia?

In R, using package lme4, I have used the following 2 mixed models to determine I have a signifacnt interaction between a covariate (continous, normally distributed) and a factor (three levels: ...
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hierarchical logistic regression Block non-significant, interaction significant

I'm using hierarchical logistic regression and having some difficulty. Im trying to predict self-harm vs none based on IVs age, gender, alcohol, educational attainment. They are all yes/no except ...
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Correction for interaction model as it is significant in MR

I have used 1 DV and 5 IVs. I performed MR to test a model, entered age and gender in first block, IVs in second block, and interaction terms in third block. All the models are coming significant. How ...
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How to confirm a two-way interaction in a three-way ANOVA model using SPSS

I have two groups of subjects, both undergoing two experimental conditions, and data are collected at two time points: pre- and post- condition. I run a 3-way ANOVA, with one between subject factor ...
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assess the interaction of two independent variables, on the dependent one

I have a set of laws/policies that overlap with each other through time (for example one started in 1990 and finished in 2001, and the other started in 1995 and finished in 1999). I want to examine ...
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Interaction model significant in multiple linear regression

This question is not about interaction effect, but about interaction model in Hierarchical Linear Regression. I have 1 DV and 5 IVs. I want to see which of the IVs is significant predictor of DV. ...
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Does it make sense to only drop a specific level of a categorical variable? [duplicate]

I don't have SAS and the dataset with me, so I made up this table (from my memory). Basically this is what I got: After deciding to leave the variable $age$ and $risk$ in my model, I created this ...
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Differenence between hierarchical linear regression and moderated multiple regression

What is the difference between hierarchical linear regression and moderated multiple regression? If I have one and two moderator variables and my models are: model 1- IV model 2- adding two ModVs ...
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ordered logistic regression with interactions

I am searching for the proper statistical method to test interactions between alternative-specific attributes of rank ordered responses (e.g., the age or gender of a ranked candidate) and individual ...
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Marginal effect calculation in Stata

My estimated dynamic GMM model results are as follows. $$Y = -0.009 + 0.009PF + 0.015PS - 0.001(PF\times PS)$$ I want to calculate the marginal effect of $PF$ at $PS$ (min, mean, max), which I can ...
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Oddly structured data - longitudinal data struggle - Interaction testing

I'm struggling with an analysis and I'd like to have your contribution. I work with neuroimaging, and I have tested the capacity of a certain imaging parameter (let's call it A) of predicting a ...
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Beginning anova in R: Phantom significance when testing for interaction terms

Suppose I create a dummy scenario as such: > A <- rnorm(10000) > B <- rnorm(10000) > C <- rnorm(10000) > Y <- A*B + rnorm(10000,sd=0.1) ...
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Interaction between continuous variable and categorical variable (2+ categories)

I'm about to do my analysis of my Master's thesis, but I have a question. I want to check whether media effects on political trust are different between natives and immigrants. These are my variables: ...
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What interactions to include in my GLM model?

I realize this might be a too general question, so I'll describe what I'm doing right now first. I'm working for a virtual insurance company and I have this dataset. It has severity (meaning ...
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A mixed ANOVA showed no significant interaction, but a dep. t-test showed a significant effect for only one of the groups

I have come across something that has got me kind of confused, I hope someone can help me out. I did a mixed ANOVA with one within subjects factor with two levels 'time' and one between subjects ...
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How do I conduct moderation using composite variables

I am running a few moderation analyses using a hierarchical multiple regression. All my variables are composites of parent and child versions of each scale. I created the composites by adding the ...
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Logistic Regression - Adding interactions makes Independent variable statistically insignificant

My name is Abhi & I am trying to better understand logistic regression by solving a few practice problem. I am using R and RStudio as the development environment Problem Statement Given the age, ...
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Multicollinearity

In a regression model with dummy variables, how does one check for intearction between the dummy variable and the independent variables?Wouldn't there be problem of multicollinearity when such ...
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Interpretation of two indexes Interaction Term

Respected Fellows. I will thankful if someone help me to explain my model results.my model is as follows. Yit=αPFit+βPSit+δ (PF*PS) it+εit Where Y is GDP per capita PF=Political Freedom Index ranges ...
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mediator or moderator variable?

I have been given a set of data and I am confused as to whether one of the variables is a moderator or mediator variable. The hypothesis is that stress and well-being have an inverse relationship. ...
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Interaction effect 2x2

I have a little question about a 2x2 design that keeps on confusing me. If I have this kind of 2x2 design where I can have these combinations in the conditions. No/No, Yes/No, No/Yes, Yes/Yes. The ...
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Help with determining model for cross-sectional data where all variables are dummies

I am currently working on my dissertation project where my data are essentially all dummies. From my dependent to my independent variables, everything is a dummy variable (0,1), at least for the ...
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Finding Significant Interactions for Linear Model with Experimentally Measured Interaction

Consider an experiment that has four groups, and all of them have experimental replicates. No treatment Treatment X Treatment Y Both X and Y When I fit an interaction model, and check the raw ...
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Interpretation and visualization of lmer output

I am trying to correctly interpret the output of my lmer-model and I also want to visualize an interaction contained in the model based on the intercept values. My variables and levels are Training ...
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Contradicting interaction significance with graphical visualisation in glmer

I'm investigating environmental effects (wind) on acoustic receiver detection probability for two types of transmitters using a binomial glmer. While my model analysis indicates that there's a ...
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Power estimates for an interaction in a 2X2 factorial design with a proportion outcome

I am trying to calculate the power that I will have to detect an interaction between 2 different interventions in a 2X2 factorial design. We aim to have about 850 participants in each of the four ...
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Interaction in a repeated measures logistic regression

I want to test for the effect of interaction between two variables using a repeated measures logistic regression but I don't know how. I am using Stata and the following lines: ...
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Stata ANOVA Interaction term differences

The following two statements produce different results. ...
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testing for mediation of interactions

I am somewhat familiar with various ways of testing mediation for factors in different types of regression analysis. (I'm using R and currently working with a multilevel binary logistic regression.) ...