BF Hypothesis Testing Question
I am writing for the first time a paper within the Bayes framework, and I feel rather comfortable now up to the level of Linear Regression. However, i do have a question regarding how to test the following hypothesis, and if i need to rephrase it.
H: The negative relationship between X and A is stronger than the negative relationship between X and B.
(A, B being two dimensions of the same construct). As of now i have conducted Bayes correlations using JASP and the BF for XA is about 34 and the for BF for XB about 4. Would comparing the BFs suffice? or is there a "difference test" that i need to know about.
Moreover, I am conducting about 20 correlation tests at once (we are dealing with multiple characteristics), Do i have to worry about multiple testing, and should I specify this in the paper?
Greetings, from the Big Bang,