Module 4 - SLP
UNIVARIATE VS. BIVARIATE ANALYSES AND REGRESSION
Interpret the two models that appear below, and address the following additional questions as they pertain to each.
BMI (1 unit) = 1.3 + 2.4 (diabetes) + 2.3 (family history diabetes) + 1.7 (gender) + 1.4 (age) + 1.7 (race) + 2.6 (income) + 3.4 (height), p<0.05
Allergies = 4.5 + 3.8 (Family History Allergies) + 2.1 (gender) + 1.4 (age) + 0.8 (race) + 1.5 (weight), p<0.05
What about confounding? Which of the variables are potential confounders?
Compare and contrast matching on potential confounders versus including them in a regression model.
SLP Assignment Expectations
Length: SLP assignments should be at least 2 pages (500 words) in length.
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Achievement of learning outcomes for SLP Assignment.
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Depth of discussion: points that lead to deeper issues are presented and integrated.
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Objectivity: use of first person and subjective bias are avoided.
Univariate vs. Bivariate analyses and regression Name Institution Date Univariate and regression analysis In predicting the BMI, the constant is 1.3, a 1 unit change in diabetes results in a 2.4 changes in BMI, the effect of family history diabetes is 2.3, the effect of gender is 1.7, the effect of age is 1.4, the effect of race is 1.7, impact of income on the BMI is 2.6 and a one inch increase in height results in a 3.4 unit change in the BMI. The independent factors have a positive relationship with the BMI. The p value is <0.05 indicating that the independent variables are meaningful in the model in determining c