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(New page: {{StatsPsy}} '''Causal analysis''' is the systematic analysis of relationships between variables in such a way that causality can be inferred. Methods include: *Path analysis *[[Stat...)
 
 
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Causal analysis is the systematic analysis of relationships between variables in such a way that causality can be inferred.

Methods include:

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