Poor effect size, predictive relevance with good R square

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nchowdhury
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Poor effect size, predictive relevance with good R square

Post by nchowdhury » Thu Jan 16, 2020 2:18 pm

My data have fulfilled all the standard cut off points for construct validity, discriminant validity, HTMT, R square values But it is having poor effect size & predictive relevance. Anyone can suggest me what can be reasons, how to solve these issues and any reference for these type of issues. It will be a great kind of you.

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Re: Poor effect size, predictive relevance with good R square

Post by jmbecker » Sat Jan 18, 2020 3:31 pm

Maybe there is simply no relationship between your variables in your context? Or you have the wrong predictors?
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