# Multicollinearity Test Example Using SPSS

**| After the normality of the data in the regression model are met, the next step to determine whether there is similarity between the independent variables in a model it is necessary to multicollinearity test. Similarities between the independent variables will result in a very strong correlation. In addition, multicollinearity test done to avoid habits in the decision making process regarding the partial effect of independent variables on the dependent variable. Good regression model should not happen correlation between the independent variables or not happen multicollinearity. Test muticollinearity as a basis the VIF value of multicollinearity test results using SPSS.**

__Multicollinearity Test Example Using SPSS__**Making process in Multicollinearity Test**

- If the VIF value lies between 1-10, then there is no multicollinearity.
- If the VIF <1 or> 10, then there is multicollinearity.

**Case in Multicollinearity Test**

A company manager wants to know whether the regression models multicollinearity symptoms or not. Research title is "Influence of Competence and Motivation on Employee Performance". For the manager of the collected data competence, motivation and performance of employees from 40 samples. The research data as shown below.

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__Step By Step to Test Multicollinearity Using SPSS__1. Turn on the SPSS program and select the Variable View, furthermore, in the Name write Competency, Motivation, Performance. Ignore the other options.

2. The next step, click the Data View and enter research data in accordance with the variable Competency, Motivation, Performance.

3. Next, from the SPSS menu select Analyze-Regression-Linear

4. Then a new dialog box will appear with the name of Linear Regression, and then enter the variable competence and motivation to box Independent (s), and then enter the Dependent box to the performance variable, then click the Statistics

5. The dialog box appears with the name of Linear Regression: Statistics, provide a check on the collinearity diagnostics, and then click the Continue button

6. The last step clicks on Ok to terminate the command, after which it will appear SPSS output, as follows:

**Interpretation of Test Results Output Multicollinearity**

Based on the Coefficients Output - collinearity Statistics, obtained VIF value of 1.812, meaning that the VIF value obtained is between 1 to 10, it can be concluded that there is no multicollinearity symptoms. After the test is completed multicollinearity researchers also should examine whether there was a difference of residual variance observation period to another period of observation by way of heteroscedasticity test.

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