Conference draft: do not cite without permission of the authorsConference draft: do not cite without permission of the authors
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How to Read a Journal Article in Social PsychologyHow to Read a Journal Article in Social Psychology
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Its operation is contingent on the presence or absence of additional, critical variables. It depends, according to different authors, on what types of war are waged, how the wars are fought and financed, what types of regimes are at war
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Conspiracy theory: past and presentConspiracy theory: past and present
He also suggested that conspiracy theories have a different level of analysis than "systemic" theories. He noted that even if problems are systemic, someone somewhere is implementing actions
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Terrorism in the Heartland: Vigilantism, Lynching, and the Klan in Indiana, 1858-1930Terrorism in the Heartland: Vigilantism, Lynching, and the Klan in Indiana, 1858-1930
A version of this paper was presented at the Indiana Academy of Social Science meeting
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I am obliged to the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore for permission to use its library in March-April 2002
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Multiple Linear RegressionMultiple Linear Regression
It seems only natural, therefore, that we might wish to add variables we think significant to the model with the goal of reducing the (unexplained) random variation in the dependent variable, i e., producing a better fitting model
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Chapter 11 Multiple Regression True/False QuestionsChapter 11 Multiple Regression True/False Questions
In regression analysis, every time that an insignificant and unimportant variable is added to the regression model, the R2 decreases
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American Political Parties Seminar Prof. Murray: Fall 2006American Political Parties Seminar Prof. Murray: Fall 2006
As we work toward the first three goals, we will be covering the extensive literature on American political parties and the party system, which is the final objective of the seminar
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Edited by David L. Sills. The Macmillan Co & The Free Press, ny, 1968 Vol. 7, pp. 428-434
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