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Multiple Regression in Practice
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Multiple Regression in Practice



August 1985 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Berry and Feldman provide a systematic treatment of many of the major problems encountered in using regression analysis. The authors discuss: the consequences of violating the assumptions of the regression model; procedures for detecting when such violations occur; and strategies for dealing with these problems when they arise. The monograph was written without the use of matrix algebra, and numerous examples are provided from political science, sociology, and economics.
 
The Multiple Regression Model
A Review

 
 
Specification Error
 
Measurement Error
 
Multicollinearity
 
Nonlinearity and Nonadditivity
 
Heteroscedasticity and Autocorrelation
 
Additional Concerns

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