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Suppose you cross tabulate consumption rates with income and find no apparent relationship. When age is introduced you find that there is a relationship between consumption and income within age groups. This is an example of a(n) ________ variable at work. A. antecedent B. component C. extraneous D. suppresser
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Suppose you cross tabulate consumption rates with income and find no apparent relationship. When age is introduced you find that there is a relationship between consumption and income within age groups. This is an example of a suppresser variable at work.
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