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Mediation analysis [electronic resource] /Dawn Iacobucci.

By: Iacobucci, Dawn.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Quantitative applications in the social sciences: no. 07-156.Publisher: Los Angeles : Sage, c2008Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 85 p.).ISBN: 9781441655035 (electronic bk.); 1441655034 (electronic bk.); 9781412984966 (ebook); 1412984963 (ebook); 9781412925693 (pbk. : alk. paper); 141292569X (pbk. : alk. paper).Subject(s): Social sciences -- Mathematical models | Structural equation modeling | Regression analysis | MATHEMATICS -- Probability & Statistics -- Regression Analysis | Mediation | Regression analysis | Social sciences -- Mathematical models | Structural equation modelingGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 519.5/36 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
1. Introduction to Mediation -- 1.1. What is Mediation and Why is it Important -- 1.2. Causation -- 2. Mediation Analysis Basics -- 2.1. The Classic Mediation Test -- 2.2. An Alternative: Directed Acyclic Graphs -- 2.3. A Superior Alternative: Structural Equations Models -- 3. Mediation With Structural Equations Modeling: The Measurement Model -- 3.1. Mediation in the Presence of Multiple Measures -- 3.2. Mediation and the Measurement Model of Structural Equations Models -- 3.3. Illustration -- 3.4. Fitting the Measurement Model -- 4. Mediation With Structural Equations Modeling: The Structural Model -- 4.1. Conceptual Overview -- 4.2. Illustration -- 4.3. Suppression -- 4.4. LISREL Syntax for Four-Construct Models -- 4.5. LISREL Syntax for a Longer Mediation Chain and Alternative Mediation Paths -- 4.6. Significance of the Indirect Effect -- 4.7. Remaining Issues -- 5. Advanced Topics -- 5.1. Mediated Moderation -- 5.2. Moderated Mediation -- 5.3. Categorical Variables -- 5.4. Longitudinal Data -- 6. Conclusions -- Appendix: Commands for Fitting SEM Mediation Models via SAS, EQS, and AMOS.
Summary: This text explores even the fundamental assumptions underlying mediation analysis and describes options for analyzing mediation data as well as providing syntax for a widely available and popular computer program so users can begin implementing mediation ideas immediately on their data.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-82) and index.

1. Introduction to Mediation -- 1.1. What is Mediation and Why is it Important -- 1.2. Causation -- 2. Mediation Analysis Basics -- 2.1. The Classic Mediation Test -- 2.2. An Alternative: Directed Acyclic Graphs -- 2.3. A Superior Alternative: Structural Equations Models -- 3. Mediation With Structural Equations Modeling: The Measurement Model -- 3.1. Mediation in the Presence of Multiple Measures -- 3.2. Mediation and the Measurement Model of Structural Equations Models -- 3.3. Illustration -- 3.4. Fitting the Measurement Model -- 4. Mediation With Structural Equations Modeling: The Structural Model -- 4.1. Conceptual Overview -- 4.2. Illustration -- 4.3. Suppression -- 4.4. LISREL Syntax for Four-Construct Models -- 4.5. LISREL Syntax for a Longer Mediation Chain and Alternative Mediation Paths -- 4.6. Significance of the Indirect Effect -- 4.7. Remaining Issues -- 5. Advanced Topics -- 5.1. Mediated Moderation -- 5.2. Moderated Mediation -- 5.3. Categorical Variables -- 5.4. Longitudinal Data -- 6. Conclusions -- Appendix: Commands for Fitting SEM Mediation Models via SAS, EQS, and AMOS.

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This text explores even the fundamental assumptions underlying mediation analysis and describes options for analyzing mediation data as well as providing syntax for a widely available and popular computer program so users can begin implementing mediation ideas immediately on their data.

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