Stage_MediatorvsModeratorVaria_55600

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Seminal article on  Moderator-Mediator  Variables The moderator-mediator variable  distinction in social psychological  research: Conceptual, strategic, and  statistical considerations.  Journal of  Personality and Social Psychology 51 1173-1182. 
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Moderator Variables Moderator variables  - "In general terms, a moderator  is a qualitative (e.g., sex, race, class) or quantitative  (e.g., level of reward) variable that affects the direction  and/or strength of the relation between an independent  or predictor variable and a dependent or criterion  variable.  Specifically within a correlational analysis framework, a  moderator is a third variable that affects the zero-order  correlation between two other variables. . .. In the more  familiar analysis of variance (ANOVA) terms, a basic 
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