4. If a researcher decided to run an analysis in which he split participants into high, medium, and low levels (IV) of neuroticism (although, statistically, he probably should not), how would these three variables be treated in a statistical analysis?

4. If a researcher decided to run an analysis in which he split participants into high, medium, and low levels (IV) of neuroticism (although, statistically, he probably should not), how would these three variables be treated in a statistical analysis?

4. If a researcher decided to run an analysis in which he split participants into high, medium, and low levels (IV) of neuroticism (although, statistically, he probably should not), how would these three variables be treated in a statistical analysis?


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