Comparison of beta weights of different regression models possible?

#1
Dear all,

first of all. sorry for my english. I'm not a native speaker.

For my masters degree I am running several bivariate linear regressions (in addition to a multiple regression model) to measure the impact of biases on controlling processes. These models all are significant. But I would like to measure which cognitive bias (several items, each one represents one bias) has the greatest impact on controlling processes. Can I compare the beta weights of different bivariate regression models to find the bias with the biggest impact? My dependent variable always remains the same. Unfortunately, I cannot combine the individual variables in only one model.

I have searched for hours for information but unfortunately found contradictory information.

Thanks in advance!
Alexandra
 

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#2
What is the setting? If you simulated these data, you would know the truth and could sleuth out the biases' impact based on a quantification of the amount of bias in multiple settings.
 
#3
What is the setting? If you simulated these data, you would know the truth and could sleuth out the biases' impact based on a quantification of the amount of bias in multiple settings.
Hey,
I have a sample of 100 subjects. I measured a team's bias intensity reflectively on a seven-point Likert scale by combining five biases (each item representing the impact of a bias) into one variable. I measured the quality of three different processes. Now I would like to measure which bias has the greatest impact on which process.

If i run a multiple regression with this five items three of them are not significant.
 
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