What is a partial correlation?

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- Defined: Partial correlation is the relationship between two variables while controlling for a third variable.
- Variables: IV is continuous, DV is continuous, and third variable is continuous
- Relationship: Relationship amongst variables
- Example Relationship between height and weight, while controlling for age
- Assumptions: Normality. Linearity.

What is a partial correlation?


Example of partial correlation: Fe40.png

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