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Interaction in statistics refers to the interplay among two or more INDEPENDENT VARIABLES as they influence a DEPENDENT VARIABLE. Interactions can be conceptualized in two ways. First is that the effect of each independent variable on an outcome is a conditional effect (i.e., depends on or is ...

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