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    Correct terminology for adding dependant at baseline to model

    It is not much of a question what model I will use, since that has already been decided. I just require help on the interpretation of adding the baseline outcome measurement to the model, and why that is a good thing to do. The chronic diseases were present (or not) at baseline. I will still...
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    Correct terminology for adding dependant at baseline to model

    Thank you. I research the association between specific chronic diseases and sick leave. The data come from two questionnaires, one a year after the other. Would I (according to your reasoning) justify using sick leave at baseline by stating how sick leave could be worse (or less severe) for...
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    Correct terminology for adding dependant at baseline to model

    Hi forum, I am doing some regression analyses (binomial and multinomial logistic) and I have created a few models. One is corrected for covariates such as demographics, a second is corrected for same covariates and the dependant variable (sick leave frequency) at baseline is included as another...
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    The same SPSS models give DIFFERENT results

    Variables are the same in both models. Except for those in block 2, of course.
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    The same SPSS models give DIFFERENT results

    Hi Stats fan, Thanks for your answer, that would make sense. Given I am writing a scientific article, any idea of what method would be preferable? The results I get from both methods do not differ drastically, so I am thinking there is no better option per se. Thank you.
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    The same SPSS models give DIFFERENT results

    This absolutely baffles my mind, so I hope you can help me out. I'm doing statistical analyses in SPSS with logistic regression models. I do crude analyses with a single dependent ("A") and a single independent ("B"). Moreover, I do adjusted analyses with a number of additional variables ("X")...