I got some great questions about fixed and random effects, which are difficult and abstract concepts.
I've attached a (non-narrated) powerpoint, which I also added to the end of Week 06, that is an illustration FROM the data you analyzed yesterday. It illustrates both the fixed AND random effect of CSES in the High School and Beyond data.
Can you take a look and see if this helps clarify things for you?
Michael Marsiske, Ph.D.
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