**Negative correlation**is when increases in one variable are accompanied by decreases in another variable. Negative correlation refers to a statistical relationship in which increases in one measure are matched by decreases in the other; association between two variables in which one increases as the other decreases.

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Correlation at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■■■ |

correlation is the degree to which two (2) variables are associated. - In a Positive correlation, the . . . Read More | |

Correlation coefficient at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■■ |

Correlation coefficient refers to the statistics that measures the strength of relations between two . . . Read More | |

Coefficient of determination, r2 at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■ |

Coefficient of determination, r2 refers to the squared value of a correlation that measures the percentage . . . Read More | |

Correlational studies at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■■ |

Correlational studies refer to studies designed to yield information concerning the degree of relationship . . . Read More | |

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An Independence is the lack of a causal relationship between things, regardless of their statistical . . . Read More | |

Positive correlation at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■ |

Positive correlation: positive correlation refers to association between two (2) variables in which one . . . Read More | |

Coefficient of correlation (r) at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■ |

- Coefficient of correlation (r) : Coefficient of correlation (r) is a mathematical expression indicating . . . Read More | |

Correction for attenuation at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■ |

Correction for attenuation is a term defined as correction of the reduction, caused by low reliability . . . Read More | |

Pearson r at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■ |

Pearson r is a parametric measure of correlation between two (2) variables . . . Read More | |

Biserial correlation at psychology-glossary.com | ■■■ |

Biserial correlation refers to an index used to express the relationship between a Continuous variable . . . Read More |