I'm a bit (actually, totally) confused with SPSS ordinal regression output.
Let say we have dependent variable score=1,2,3,4,5 (higher is better) and one predictor gender=male,female.
We run Ordinal regression and get parameter "Estimate" for male=1. 1 is log-odds, so odds ratio (OR) is 2.7
What does it mean? Being male causes to get 2.7 times HIGHER chance to get higher score compare to being female, or LOWER?
Different resources I found in the internet give opposite interpretation (i.e. OR=EXP(B) or OR=EXP(-B) or I can't correctly interpret them...