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    How to interpret/report?

    Hi all, I'm having trouble interpreting my results. I have 1 outcome variable, 1 mediator, 3 predictors and 3 control variables. I am doing three seperate mediation analyses, for every predictor variable once. The control variables are taken as covariate in PROCESS. But I am in doubt if I have...
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    Is it possible to test this moderated multiple mediation model?

    Hi, Thanks for your respons. They are all continous variables. The degree of transformational leadership - independent variable The degree of need satisfaction - three mediation variables The degree of perceived workload - moderator of the mediators effect on learning motivation. The...
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    Is it possible to test this moderated multiple mediation model?

    Dear friends, For my masterthesis I want to test the following model. The effect of transformational leadership on learning motivation. Mediators are the three basal needs of the selfdetermination theory. So there are multiple mediations. These mediations are moderated by perceived workload...
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    Is there a way to increase power in my study

    Hi everyone, I'm working on my 'behavioral change' master thesis. My goal is to design an intervention to reduce printing at the workplace in a big organisation. Unfortunaltely i dont get provided with the printing details on a personal level, so my best bet is too see how much a printer...
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    How to test this?

    Again we are very thankful for your help! OK, haha we cant find any info on this test. Andy Field doenst describe it in his book. Which output do we need for effect size? So we can conclude that there is an effect for intervention when controlling for pretest differences?
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    How to test this?

    Thanks for you response Karabiner. We are working on it, but the homogeniteity of variance is violated for the Mazel-Haenszel Test. Is there a way to correct for this?
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    How to test this?

    Hi everybody, We are four students from the University of Nijmegen. We are applied psychologists. We are making a thesis about smoking behavior in front of entrances. There is a building were we do our intervention. Ofcourse we are doing a pre-post test here. Because we want to control for...