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    Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of correlational and regression studies; discuss concepts such as positive and negative correlations, correlation coefficients, confounding, and causality.

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    Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of correlational and regression studies; discuss concepts such as positive and negative correlations, correlation coefficients, confounding, and causality.

    Correlational studies aim to see whether two measurement variables can co-vary and to measure the strength of variables' relationships. For example, correlation helps to determine whether employees who are good at verbal communication are also good at written communication. It is important to note that correlation does not cause causation. Correlation coefficient values are always between -1 and +1. An ...

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    This document explains correlational and regression studies and associated terms. The concepts of positive and negative correlations are given.

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