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    Regression analysis in SPSS

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    Question 1
    An experiment involves three treatment groups; group A, group B and a control group
    (i.e. no treatment). Three hundred subjects are randomly assigned to the groups creating
    three groups of one hundred.
    a. If the experimenter wants the regression slopes to compare each treatment mean
    to the control group mean, how should the codes be set up? Are they orthogonal?
    b. If the experimenter wants to perform the following comparisons, how should the
    codes be set up? Are these orthogonal?
    1. Treatment vs No Treatment
    2. Treatment A vs Treatment B

    Question 2
    The school board of a particular town wants to compare the three high schools in the
    town. A multiple regression analysis is conducted using the contrasts shown below. Use
    the means table also shown to find the prediction equation: ) 2 c ( b ) 1 c ( b b Yˆ i = 0 + 1 + 2 , i.e.
    find the values of b0, b1, and b2. Describe (in a sentence each) the meaning of the
    coefficient of c1 and c2.
    c1 c2 Mean SAT N
    School 1 1 1 School 1 992 100
    School 2 -2 0 School 2 988 100
    School 3 1 -1 School 3 986 100

    Question 3
    A researcher is interested to know if playing a musical instrument has a significant effect
    on grade point average (gpa). She records whether or not a student plays an instrument
    and their gender.
    Using the data, run the appropriate analysis and interpret the results. Include the group
    means and a plot of these (i.e. a graph of the interaction or non-interaction) in your
    interpretation as well as a separate effects ANOVA table.

    Question 4
    A company is interested in ways of improving employee production. The management
    decided to attempt to increase company pride and moral by providing one day a month
    that would be different from a normal work day. They could not decide if this day should
    include some sort of work related activities (such as training or other workshops, group
    A) or if the day should be purely social (trips to the movies or a museum, group B). The
    research department randomly assigned 15 people to each group. They also recorded
    each worker's salary. Using the data, perform the appropriate analysis in SPSS.
    Summarize the results.

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    Question 1
    An experiment involves three treatment groups; group A, group B and a control group
    (i.e. no treatment). Three hundred subjects are randomly assigned to the groups creating
    three groups of one hundred.

    Three dummy variables are created as fellows

    Control =1 if group = control group
    =0 else
    GroupA =1 if group = A
    =0 else
    GroupB =1 if group = B
    =0 else

    a. If the experimenter wants the regression slopes to compare each treatment mean to the control group mean, how should the codes be set up? Are they orthogonal?

    In this case the dummy variables for groups A and Group B are included in the regression model. The regression coefficients of the dummy variable will give the effect of group A and B compared to the control variable.

    The dummy variables included in the model are orthogonal as the sum of cross product of these variables are equal to ...

    Solution Summary

    Step by step method for regression analysis in SPSS is discussed here. Regression coefficients, coefficient of determination, scatter diagram and significance of regression model are explained in the solution.

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