I found some very bizar results, so I would like to check how this is possible.
I did a number of linear regression analyses. In a first block, I added my three control variables. In the second block, I added my four independent testing variables to the model, so a total of seven variables.
Then I did the same again, but instead of adding the four variables in the second block, I only added one of these four (because of multicollinearity with the other three independents). So the first block has again the three control variables, my second block has the three control variables and one independent that is tested.
As the first block of the first analysis is exactly the same as the first block of the second analysis, this should give identical results, isn't it? Well, it isn't! How is that possible? Checking further, it turns out that only analyzing the first block (so not adding a second block) gives the results of the second analysis. Why is the result in the first analysis different? Is this an error is SPSS?
You can see the results in attachment.
Thank you for your help!
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