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 May22 comment Negative binomial regression with $\beta>1$ The beta for the proportion when it is in the model with the 3 other predictors is 3.411, while the other betas look normal; e.g., Pos_good - beta = -.41 or Neg_good beta = .07 or All_Bad = -.05 May22 comment Negative binomial regression with $\beta>1$ The beta for the proportion when it is in the model by itself is 2.37, standard error = 1.273, wald chi square = 7.174, p=.007 May22 comment Negative binomial regression with $\beta>1$ However, I am trying to use the proportion of the number of positively valenced card a dyad received to the number of total cards the dyad received to predict how many times a parent engages in the labeling of positive emotion. In the second model I include 3 more predictors which represent parents' beleifs about the value of negative emotions. May22 comment Negative binomial regression with $\beta>1$ As a student of applying statistics to social sciences-- I am really only trained in running the models but not really writing down the model in a way that I have seen others do on this site. May22 comment Negative binomial regression with $\beta>1$ This is my syntax: *Negative binomial models for parents' positive labeling. genlin P_PosLabel with DPosCards /model DPosCards distribution = negbin(MLE) link=log. genlin P_PosLabel with DPosCards Pos_Good Neg_Good All_Bad /model DPosCards Pos_Good Neg_Good All_Bad distribution = negbin(MLE) link=log. May22 asked Negative binomial regression with $\beta>1$