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If we enlarged our sample size to 20 young adult males diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, explain, using your predictive multiple regression model, exactly how you would determine whether this model was “significant” in terms of predicting your selected outcome variable.




a. Include a discussion of the evaluation of R and R-squared.




b. Include a discussion of how you would evaluate the F value and associated p value.




c. Discuss how an evaluation of standardized coefficient (beta weights) would be important in interpreting your proposed model.

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