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Month: August 2016

How to Test for Moderation, Part 1

biometrics - nonparametric methods

by Rebecca Andrews Research Statistician Biostatistics Consultant Let’s start by defining what moderation means in the context of a regression model (regression analysis) or structural equation modeling. You have probably already tested for moderation without knowing that you were doing something that sounds so sophisticated, because moderation is nothing more than testing for an interaction …

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Toward the Valorization of Lexical Obfuscationizationism in Academic Discourse: Some Recommendations

by Rick Oaks Doctoral Dissertation Writing Consultant, Dissertation Editor, Qualitative and Quantitative Research Consultant Suffixation: A suffix is a morpheme added at the end of a word to form a derivative, e.g., -ation, -fy, -ing,-it is (My computer, July 16, 2016). Suffixation can be a powerful tool in the arsenal of academic writers; it can …

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Before You Self-Publish Your Novel

by Amy Bennet Editor: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Developmental Editing – Manuscript Critiques – Work-in-Progress Beta Reading Query Letters and Book Proposals – Career Mentoring   Writers want to get published, and traditional channels take time and may not be perceived to offer a competitive advantage. Self-publishing is a tempting option for many writers wanting to start a …

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APA References: Single and multiple authors

Our APA editors offer APA editing services for students who are writing research papers, capstone projects, dissertations, or theses. APA References: Single and multiple authors APA 6th Edition   Authors In references to books and journal articles, list up to the first seven authors or editors. Follow the same sequence as the published work. Present the names …

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