USING EFFECT CODING FOR COMPARING MODELS IN SOCIAL RESEARCH
Abstract:Often researchers are required to examine a specific model under two different situations. In several studies cited here, authors compared results descriptively without the use of inferential statistics. By using a series of regression tests suggested by Kerlinger and Pedhazur in another context, the two situations can be compared statistically. An example from a recent study is used to illustrate the technique and several advantages are suggested.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1988-01-01
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