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Multiple Regression

Multiple Regression
A Practical Introduction

February 2021 | 280 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Multiple Regression: A Practical Introduction is a text for an advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate course in statistics for social science and related fields. Also, students preparing for more advanced courses can self-study the text to refresh and solidify their statistical background. Drawing on decades of teaching this material, the authors present the ideas in an approachable and nontechnical manner, with no expectation that readers have more than a standard introductory statistics course as background. Multiple regression asks how a dependent variable is related to, or predicted by, a set of independent variables. The book includes many interesting example analyses and interpretations, along with exercises. Each dataset used for the examples and exercises is small enough for readers to easily grasp the entire dataset and its analysis with respect to the specific statistical techniques covered. SPSS, Stata, SAS, and R code and commands for each type of analysis or recoding of variables in the book are available on an accompanying website, along with solutions to the exercises (on the instructor site).
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Multiple Regression
Chapter 3 Categorical Independent Variables in Multiple Regression: Dummy Variables
Chapter 4 Multiple Regression with Interaction
Chapter 5 Logged Variables in Multiple Regression
Chapter 6 Nonlinear Relationships in Multiple Regression
Chapter 7 Categorical Dependent Variables: Logistic Regression
Chapter 8 Count Dependent Variables: Poisson Regression
Chapter 9 A Brief Tour of Some Related Methods


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The instructor site includes editable PowerPoint slides; solutions to the end-of-chapter questions in the book; and SPSS, Stata, SAS, and R codes and commands for each example and exercise in the book.

This book gives students the practical knowledge and foundation of regression analysis. It is refreshing that the book includes two
chapters the extend past linear regression to other types of analysis.

Margaret Ralston
Mississippi State University

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ISBN: 9781544339702