A method of constructing interactions in multiple regression models is described which produces interaction variables that are uncorrelated with their component variables and with any lower-order interaction variables. The method is, in essence, a partial Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization that makes use of standard regression procedures, requiring neither special programming nor the use of special-purpose programs before proceeding with the analysis.
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