“Depression Is More Common in Women Then in Men.” Confused With Dependent and Independent Variable.?

Question by Mansi: “Depression is more common in women then in men.” confused with dependent and independent variable.?

so what will be the intervening variable and constants that apply?

Best answer:

Answer by justinmassguy
The Independent variable is the variable that represents the manipulated or varied condition and the dependent variable is the response measured. So, here you’re measuring effect on depression by gender. So in this example you’re being asked what influences depression . So So gender is the IV (varied factor) and Depression is the DV.

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