On Statistical Modeling
|• ||The Conceptual Model|
|• ||The Statistical Model|
|• ||Importance of Independent Variables|
|• ||Variance Explained and Coefficient Size|
|• ||Correlation and Variance Explained|
|• ||Regression Coefficients|
|• ||Measurement Issues|
|• ||Construct Validity|
|• ||Representativeness of the Cases Studied|
|• ||Design and Statistical Inference|
|• ||Summary and Conclusions|
|• ||For Review|
|• ||Terms to Know|
|• ||Questions for Review|
|• ||Issues to Discuss|
|• ||Suggested Readings|
Portions of this and the next chapter draw on an unpublished paper, “Evidence of meaning and generalizability in
single studies: Roles for statistical inference, ” University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000 (with J. Paul Peter).
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Book title: Research Methods for Organizational Studies.
Contributors: Donald P. Schwab - Author.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ.
Publication year: 2005.
Page number: 277.
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