Greetings,

My dependent variable is a binary variable (Yes/No). I chose to do a *Probit* analysis, in STATA.

Thus, I started by picking some ordered categorical variables from my dataset as my independent variables that I considered relevant.

Then,I run the Probit regression including dummy variables for each of the categories of my independent variables.

My question is:

I know from theory that, if the assumptions of probit regression are not met, then the coefficient estimates, standard errors and thus test statistics will not be correct.

I run a probit regression with a few independent variables and get values for coefficients, errors, etc.

My dependent variable is a binary variable (Yes/No). I chose to do a *Probit* analysis, in STATA.

Thus, I started by picking some ordered categorical variables from my dataset as my independent variables that I considered relevant.

Then,I run the Probit regression including dummy variables for each of the categories of my independent variables.

My question is:

I know from theory that, if the assumptions of probit regression are not met, then the coefficient estimates, standard errors and thus test statistics will not be correct.

I run a probit regression with a few independent variables and get values for coefficients, errors, etc.

*How does one proceed from here?*
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