i have run a series of regressions and most of my results appear as i would expect.
however, ONE is much larger than others and larger than i am used to seeing (OR=14.53).
My main IV is a neuropsychological test score.
I am running it with control variables (age=continuous, gender=dummy, and a series of categorical dummies for education and self-reported health).
the DV is binary (yes/no) of driving status.
one of my series ended up with an educational dummy variable OR=14.53 (college education). (most of my other ORs for all variables are 3 or less!)
1) should this be a red flag???
or is this just the way things happen?
2) am i correct in stating that "the odds of observing currently driving increase 1,353% for college educated participants compared to similar participants with no education" (my reference group) ??
thank you for any guidance,