Current misuses of multiple regression for investigating bivariate hypotheses: an example from the organizational domain.

@article{ONeill2014CurrentMO,
  title={Current misuses of multiple regression for investigating bivariate hypotheses: an example from the organizational domain.},
  author={Thomas A. O'Neill and Matthew J W McLarnon and Travis J Schneider and Robert C. Gardner},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 3},
  pages={798-807}
}
By definition, multiple regression (MR) considers more than one predictor variable, and each variable's beta will depend on both its correlation with the criterion and its correlation with the other predictor(s). Despite ad nauseam coverage of this characteristic in organizational psychology and statistical texts, researchers' applications of MR in bivariate hypothesis testing has been the subject of recent and renewed interest. Accordingly, we conducted a targeted survey of the literature by… CONTINUE READING
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