Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 18:54:01 -0400
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I would appreciate advice on the following problem:
I have a logistic regression of a dichotomous DV on age cut into
three categories: old, middle, and young.
The age variable is entered in form of two dummy independent variables,
(along with several control variable):
1. Old & Young are coded 0, and Middle is coded 1.
2. Old is coded as 1, and Middle & Young are coded as 0.
Each of the dummy independent variables yields a b coefficient.
What is the most efficient way within SPSS to test the difference between the