beta weight

beta weight

[′bād·ə ‚wāt]
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Duration of The simple linear regression model indicated the that the duration can be predicted from the simulation number of decisions (assumed as proxy for rounds complexity) with significant beta weight ([beta] = 0.
Only one predictor held a significant beta weight in the final model: the MSLQ intrinsic value score had a standardized beta weight of .
HRM has already been deemed to be insignificant for employee motivation than the other explicators; the statement was substantiated once again by a very low beta weight (0.
The regression models for BRS assessed during seated baseline and at the 120[degrees] and 180[degrees] postures revealed a significant negative beta weight for the effect of SBP (Table 4, 5, and 6, respectively).
Using a Regressional analysis that tested the predictability of the Reading, Writing, and Mathematics scores on the THEA to the Graduation rates 4 and 5 years later, it was found that none of these scores were strong predictors of graduation (strongest standardized beta weight =0.
2] for Step 2 and the beta weight associated with the interaction term were significant, a new variable was created to represent high (1 SD above the mean) and low (1 SD below the mean) role ambiguity (or hierarchical plateau).
Improving overall GPA was the dominant motivator in all funding source categories and it was the highest standardized beta weight in 76 of the 127 individual regression models.
The data in Table 2 indicate that only courteous expressions displayed a significant beta weight at .
As predicted, a significant positive beta weight was found between I and God control.
The standardized beta weight provides a measure of the valence each student placed on a particular second-level outcome.
As illustrated, the Beta weight for grade-point average was significant at the p < .