Interaction and Non-Linear Models using Logistic Regression
This webinar will build on the Introduction to Logistic Regression by exploring the many uses of logistic regressions, give an overview of non-linear logistic regression models, and to practice what has been learned. Specifically, attendees will learn how to examine the interaction between a continuous and a categorical predictor variables, while also learning about how to examine the non-linear relationship between dependent and independent variables.
To assist in meeting this goal, a detailed handout will be provided that includes a step-by-step guide on preparing, implementing, and interpreting results from a logistic regression. Although this can be directly applied to existing research studies, a fictional dataset will also be included for attendees to practice the skills being taught.
Overall, attendees will leave this webinar with the ability to:
- Explain the fundamentals of interaction and non-linear logistic regressions
- Describe how interaction and non-linear models can be used in family science research
- Perform interaction and non-linear logistic regressions in statistical software
- Interpret the results of interaction and non-linear logistic regressions
Approved for 1.5 hours of CFLE continuing education credit.
This is part 2 of a 4-part series on Conducting Non-Continuous Regression Models. View series details. Register for the whole series and save!
About the Presenter
Alan Acock, Ph.D., is a Knudson Endowed Chair of Family Research Emeritus and University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Family Studies in the School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences at Oregon State University. He has a published extensively in Family Science and quantitative research methodology. His publications include seven books, 20 book chapters, and more than 150 refereed journal articles. In 2007, for his teaching and educational leadership, Dr. Acock received the Oregon State Alumni Distinguished Professor Award and NCFR's Ernest G. Osborne Award.
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