Using optimal weights within units of analysis would result in an average multiple correlation
It follows from the general review of effect size estimates in Breaugh (2003), Ferguson (2009), Fern and Monroe (1996), Kirk (1996), Richardson (1996), and Vacha-Haase and Thompson (2004) that the squared multiple correlation
coefficient is one the most commonly used strength of association measures in social science research.
The measure of intention was regressed on measures of attitude and norm, resulting in a multiple correlation
analysis was used to evaluate the impact of SMBG information, motivation, and behavioral skills as a whole on SMBG frequency.
Especially in the application of multiple linear regression, the multiple correlation
between variables is very serious, but its existence is very common.
distributive justice, procedural justice and interactional justice have a significant multiple correlation
with organizational commitment.
However, in the multiple correlation
, variable shave different influences on the variable factor the result; some exerts a significant effect on the phenomen on and must be taken into calculations of regression and correlation, while others have as hare less important and can be neglected.
In most multiple regression analyses, a point estimate of the squared multiple correlation
is reported and is often given primary emphasis in the interpretation of results.
Results in table 2, shows that self efficacy beliefs and gender of teachers has a multiple correlation
The second leaf exhibited significant multiple correlation
relationship near 1000 nm, with a determination coefficient of up to 0.
3) Conceptual skill: Five variables enter into the regression equation* Multiple correlation
coefficient is .
COEFFICIENTS BETWEEN METEOROLOGICAL FACTORS AND ANTS CAPTURED IN SOYBEAN/CORN IN A CONVENTIONAL TILLAGE FIELD ADJACENT TO A FOREST FRAGMENT AT GUAIRA, SAO PAULO STATE FROM NOV 2004 THROUGH APR 2007.