Research - interpret regression

Oct 2021
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Switzerland
Hello everyone,

I live in Switzerland and am currently in the last year of a Masters in Clinical Psychology. I am currently working on a project concerning autism and therefore I must use the research as a basis for my arguments.

I found a very interesting article, but I cannot interpret the data correctly. It is about regression. Could someone help me understand these 2 tables?

thank you so much!

(the full article is available in PDF)
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Jul 2021
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Hello everyone,

I live in Switzerland and am currently in the last year of a Masters in Clinical Psychology. I am currently working on a project concerning autism and therefore I must use the research as a basis for my arguments.

I found a very interesting article, but I cannot interpret the data correctly. It is about regression. Could someone help me understand these 2 tables?

thank you so much!

(the full article is available in PDF)
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It's just showing you a range of methods and the impact those methods had, whereby statistics was used leading to those results. Generally you read regressions in charts, so it might get clearer for you to understand if there was an actual change, although some people are comfortable with the numbers too. Not knowing what you want to know in detail, makes it harder for me to explain, and btw it is free. :)
 
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