Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 13:29:53 -0700
Reply-To: Jose Rocha <jose.ferreirinha.rocha@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Jose Rocha <jose.ferreirinha.rocha@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Chow test to compare regression on two groups
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Yes, I tried to include "sex" but it changed the results, and none
coping*sex was significative (.05). I am out of office, tomorrow I will past
the table of regression. That suggestion is great!
It was the sex*coping6 that was significant. I guess you gave the answer
about the reason the inclusion of "sex" alone gets less significant values.
How can I include bonferroni correction?
Considering the type of coping variables, they are not binomial, they are
continuous. And each subject has values for all 6 coping styles. Those
results came from a specific scale/sub-scale scores.
Thanks again for your nice comments and suggestions. I will follow this
discussion with the table of regression coefficients.
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