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    Hi all,

    I'm testing whether observing behavior leads to copying behavior (monkey see, monkey do) in a team setting. I've collected data from different teams and in the survey behavioral aspects were measured (likert-scale statements). As I expect that observing leads to copying, IV and DV are measured with the same items. So the question is: how do I actually test this? I think I need some sort of new variable for the mean of the behavior, but then I dont know how that would work in SPSS. Has anyone got some experience with this type of tests? (is my question also clear?)

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    Re: Regression individual and group-level data

    depends on your sample size, there are a number of approaches.

    you can examine the pearson's correlation or intraclass correlation.

    If you have enough people you can do probably what you want to do the most-
    test for multi-group model invariance using a structural equation model.

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    Re: Regression individual and group-level data

    hi,
    I think this is a textbook example of a multilevel model. I do not know spss but i am sure they have it implemented.
    regards

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    Re: Regression individual and group-level data


    Quote Originally Posted by rogojel View Post
    hi,
    I think this is a textbook example of a multilevel model. I do not know spss but i am sure they have it implemented.
    regards
    depends on number of groups (k) and the intraclass correlation.

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