# statistics

In a correlation study, we seek to determine;

*if the IV cause an outcome in the DV.
*Which variable is the cause and which variable is the effect.
*The direction of causation.
*How well one variable predicts another variable.

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1. Hint:
Correlation studies do not reveal causal relationships.

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