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A path coefficient is a standardized partial regression coefficient, and measures the direct influence of a predictor variable on the response variable.
The predictor variables in the present study included two scores for the EARS (separate consensus and target agreement scores), one global measure of trait empathy (Mehrabian & Epstein, 1972), and four self-report measures of more specific kinds of empathy from Davis' (1983) empathy scale including the self-reported ability to take the perspective of others, the tendency to be empathically concerned about others, the inclination to engage in fantasy, and the propensity to be overly concerned with one's own personal distress.
1] Each predictor variable is defined by a subset of the overall items.
Because Getting into Trouble ranks high as a predictor variable, perhaps adolescents' beliefs about the dangers of smoking are coming primarily from parents, teachers, and/or law enforcement officials who are in a position to exercise control in the form of getting [them] into trouble.
It is also apparent why LPM density was a less powerful predictor variable in wave 5 than in previous waves, as these newly infected counties no longer correspond to the green areas depicted in Figure 2, panel A.
05 indicating the coefficients of the predictor variables are significant.
Therefore we did not include the predictor variable PARA (brood parasitism) in our analyses for Northern Cardinals.
Although the overall regression models explained a significant amount of total variance in both genders, our results provide new evidence of the unique predictor variable differences between males and females.
Table (15) Path coefficients, t-statistics and the coefficient of determination (dependent variable: trust in the brand) Predictor Variable The coefficient Correlation of determination coefficient ([R.
For single sports disciplines such as running, body mass and body mass index seemed an important predictor variable, but not for multi-sports disciplines such as triathlon.
Yet to be investigated is the amount of variance in desistance and persistence these predictor variables account for when combined.
The overall effects of a particular predictor variable on catch were then obtained by multiplying the effects from each submodel (Maunder and Punt, 2004; Murray, 2004; Li et al.