r) = 6.49

H = 1.87

Note, x represents the parameter of the multiplicative model; X is the parameter of the additive model. The main effects (one-variable effects) are depicted in the last and last but one column for Rater A and in the last row for Rater B. The cells of the cross-table represent the two-variable effects (interaction effects) of both variables.

Note, x represents the parameter of the multiplicative model; X is the parameter of the additive model. The main effects (one-variable effects) are depicted in the last and last but one column for Rater A and in the last row for Rater B. The cells of the cross-table represent the two-variable effects (interaction effects) of both variables.

can be used to compare expected frequencies of marginal distributions. For example, A rates the pupils as hyperactive ■

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