“This book is remarkable in its accessible treatment of interaction effects. Although this concept can be challenging for students (even those with some background in statistics), this book presents the material in a very accessible manner, with plenty of examples to help the reader understand how to interpret their results.”
“Interaction Effects in Linear and Generalized Linear Models provides an intuitive approach that benefits both new users of Stata getting acquainted with these statistical models as well as experienced students looking for a refresher. The topic of interactions is greatly important given that many of our main theories in the social and behavioral sciences rely on moderating effects of variables.
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