Description - Regression Analysis for Categorical Moderators by Herman Aguinis
Have you ever wondered if birth order effects vary across ethnic groups? Whether a particular clinical intervention is likely to yield dissimilar outcomes for men and women? Or if the effectiveness of a sales promotion is dependent on a market segment? Questions like these can be effectively answered by using a statistical tool known as moderated multiple regression (MMR). This book provides practical guidance for using MMR to better assess whether the relationship between two quantitative variables is moderated by group membership. Included are discussions and fully worked-out examples of how to conduct and interpret MMR analysis, as well as descriptions of computer programs that allow investigators to check whether their MMR test for moderation can be trusted.
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Author Biography - Herman Aguinis
Herman Aguinis, PhD, is the Avram Tucker Distinguished Scholar and Professor of Management at George Washington University School of Business. Previously, he served on the faculties of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and the University of Colorado Denver Business School. In addition, he has been a visiting scholar at universities around the world. His research is interdisciplinary and addresses human capital acquisition, development, deployment, and research methods and analysis. Widely published, Dr. Aguinis currently serves as associate editor of the Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Management, the American Psychological Association, the Association for Psychological Science, and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and has been inducted into the Society of Organizational Behavior and the Society for Research Synthesis Methodology. His work has been recognized with numerous awards.