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25 April 2008

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Daniel Katz

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Cindy Kam and Robert Franzese

Modeling and Interpreting Interactive Hypotheses in Regression Analysis

Jeff Yates

A webpage for the Brambor, Clark & Golder article is available on Matt Golder's webpage here:

http://homepages.nyu.edu/~mrg217/interaction.html

It has some nice stata do files for graphics. Another helpful article on interactions is Robert Freidrich's workshop piece in the American Journal of Political Science (1982).

Jeff Yates

A webpage for the Brambor, Clark & Golder article is available on Matt Golder's webpage here:

http://homepages.nyu.edu/~mrg217/interaction.html

It has some nice stata do files for graphics. Another helpful article on interactions is Robert Freidrich's workshop piece in the American Journal of Political Science (1982).

Todd Curry

Discussions of interactions terms in multiple regression models should also include the Brambor, Clark, and Golder piece entitled "Understanding Interaction Models: Improving Empirical Analyses" in Political Analysis 14(1): 63-82.

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