Mediation and Moderation Analysis Using SPSS and PROCESS
Date: Thursday, February 21st, 2013
Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Location: Malpass Library, Room 180
Instructor(s): Colin Harbke
Description: Understanding how a third variable affects the relationship between two other variables has gained considerable attention in recent years. Analyses that provide evidence of mediation (e.g., “how” an effect occurs) or moderation (e.g., “when” or “for whom” the effect emerges) have had a long history in the social and behavioral sciences. These analyses, however, often require researchers to perform complex coding schemes, multiple steps, or multiple analyses entirely. A recently developed, free custom dialogue for SPSS (PROCESS; Hayes [in press]) automates much of and greatly reduces the complexity and time required to analytically evaluate mediation and moderation hypotheses. This workshop will provide a brief overview of mediation and moderation, instructions for downloading and installing PROCESS, as well as how to use it to test for indirect effects (e.g., mediation) and interactions (e.g., moderation). Prior familiarity with SPSS, interactions, and multiple regression will be helpful. Tweet this!
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