I reported the multiple regression like this in my undergrad dissertation:

In order to discover what might explain the significant overlap between the dissociation and schizotypy measures, multiple regression analysis was applied. In two separate analyses using the enter method , non-pathological dissociation (DES) and modified schizotypy (O-LIFE) scores were entered as dependent variables with the everyday memory failures (EMQ) and sleep-related experiences (ISES) scores entered as a block of predictor variables. They were entered this way due to hypothesis 5.

3.5.1. The relationship between dissociation and the independent variables

Table 5. reveals a significant model for the predictor variables with a multiple correlation of .52, [F(2,119) = 21.720, P < .001; adjusted R² = .258]. However, Table 5. also shows that the ISES scores were not a significant predictor, but EMQ scores were. This indicates that the everyday memory failures scores were important for a significantly better prediction of non-pathological dissociative tendencies.

Figure 1.

A scattergram showing the relationship between schizotypy (O-LIFE) and dissociation (DES) measure scores and their significant predictor, everyday memory failures (EMQ) measure scores