user1205901 - Reinstate Monica
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1. A data point can still be considered influential if it has a large Cook's Distance, even if it has a low standardized residual. The following image (taken from p214 of Andy Field’s Discovering ...

Curran et al. (2003) write that: It is common to report 90 percent confidence intervals for the RMSEA, primarily because of the resulting direct link to hypothesis testing based on the model ...

Although as far as I can tell the 3rd edition of Schumacker & Lomax doesn't answer my question, the 4th edition (from 2015) does! Quoting p84 of that text (but changing the figure to match my data)...

The difference is that in mediation the predictor X is theorized to cause Y, and this causal effect is theorized to depend (in whole, or substantially) via X causing the mediator M which in turn ...

David Kenny writes on his website that: The equation of c = c' + ab exactly holds when a) multiple regression (or structural equation modeling without latent variables) is used, b) the same ...

I've found an answer, although not one that I find particularly satisfying. Here on p9 of the book "Handbook of Psychological and Educational Assessment of Children it is written: "The standard ...

Nezlek (2008) on p.857 puts forward a case that analysts should use multilevel modeling when they have a multilevel data structure – pure and simple. When I am asked for advice regarding whether or ...

Point ‘1’ is basically OK. If the ANOVA null hypothesis is true, the expected value of $p$ is $0.5$, and @BruceET’s answer helps to build intuitions about why that is the case. “About $1$” is a ...

Armistead (2016) provides the solution, which is that the score - which he calls Doolittle’s $i_1$ - should in fact be rendered as $\frac{(ad-bc)^2}{(a+b)(a+c)(b+d)(c+d)}$ Armistead explains on p.65 ...

I have been a TA, observer, or student in a lot of courses involving quantitative methods for psychology, with SPSS as the main program. In all cases it has seemed to me that students have gravitated ...