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Aug 4, 2018  07:08 AM | Jeff Browndyke
RE: second-level analysis in Conn
Kulpreet,

I believe in this case what you are testing are differences in the slope of score association between groups, in which case the null would be no differences in between groups in the association slopes.  The t-value and effect size would be the extent of any association slope differences.

Regards,
Jeff Browndyke

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