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# PSY 202 Chapter 7 -Day 1 Psy 202

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These notes cover the first part of Chapter 7 which goes over how to describe the relationship between two variables in terms of regression.
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Elementary Statistics
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Matthew Mervin
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PSY202, Statistics, Psychology, Lecture Notes
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Date Created: 09/24/16
PSY 202:  Elementary Statistics  Chapter 7:  Describing the Relationship between 2 Quantitative Variables:  Regression – Day 1 I. Introduction a. With regression we are trying to find a causal relationship b. Independent variables are called predictors c. Dependent variables are called criterion d. We use the information that we get from the predictors to explain what is going  on with criterion e. Telling “how” in addition to “if” i. The sloped tells how much X and Y change together II. Reviewing the Algebra of Lines  a. High School Algebraic Form i. y= f(x) = mx+b 1. f(x) :  You can only have one Y for each X 2. mx : Slope 3. b : y­intercept  ii. The y­intercept tells the value of Y if X equals 0 1. f(x) :  You can only have one Y for each X 2. mx : Slope 3. b : y­intercept  b. Moving algebraic to standard notation i. 1. Y­hat:  Predicted value of Y ii. You use this to get the regression line 1. Think of the regression line as the central tendency for bivariate  distributions III. The Notion of Predicting Y From X a. If we know the relationship between two variables we can use one variable to get  information about the other variable b. Simplest way to get the regression line:  Connect the dots i. This doesn’t always give us a straight line ii. It’s not very good for predictions either iii. We need a line that summarizes the entire distribution iv. For most scatter plots there are an infinite number of lines that can  summarize the scatter plot c. We’ll be using Squared Errors i. This is the distance between what you predicted and what the actual score  is and then you square it ii. You look for the regression line that gives you the smallest sum of squared errors d. Regression Analysis i. Error of estimate:  This is the difference between the predicted value of Y  and the actual value 1. Square them to prevent cancellation and the subtract a. The smaller the difference the better the regression line 2. When X intercepts the regression line that is the predicted value of  Y (Y­hat) a. The gap between Y and Y­hat is the error of estimate  ii. Find the line that minimizes the sum of squared errors IV. The Standard Error of the Estimate a. This is the standard deviation of the regression line

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