Logistic Regression Analysis Article Summary


  • a brief summary of the article’s main research question, theory, and main hypothesis (or hypotheses) (1 point);
  • a description of the authors’ dependent variable(s) and key independent variables (the variables that connect most directly to their research question) (2 points);
  • a brief description of the authors’ “control” variables (1 point); and
  • a summary of the article’s main findings, including using p-values and/or confidence intervals to interpret the regression results for the key independent variables (you don’t need to worry about the control variables) (3 points)