Mediation and moderation analysis | CJUS 745 – Quantitative Methods of Research | Liberty University
take part in 3 Discussions in which you will post a thread presenting your
scholarly response on the assigned topic, writing 750–850 words (supported with
at least four cites) by Thursday at 11:59pm. Then, you will post replies of
250–300 words (supported with at least two cites) each to 3 or more classmates’
threads by Sunday at 11:59pm. The discussion in the final week of the class’
due dates are by Wednesday at 11:59pm and the replies are due by Friday at
11:59pm. For each thread, students must support their assertions with at least four
(4) scholarly citations in APA format. Each reply must incorporate at least two
(2) scholarly citation(s) in APA format. Any sources cited must have been
published within the last five years. The original thread must incorporate
ideas and several scholarly citations from all of the required readings and
presentations for that module/week. The
reply posts can integrate ideas and citations from the required readings and
presentations for other modules/weeks.
Integrate Biblical principles in your personal thread and in all replies
- One of the most advanced quantitative methods that can be applied to
criminal justice data is mediation and moderation
analysis. After reading the two articles by Pick and Teo (2017)
and Pais (2017), as well as the articles by Hayes and others, what are the
advantages of applying this analysis?
- How do an inadequate design, a flawed analysis strategy, and lack
of attention to assumptions affect the use of mediation and moderation
- How does the researcher’s lack of theoretical framework concerning
variables affect the application of mediation and moderation analysis?
two articles by Pick and
Pais (2017), as well as the
articles by Hayes and others, what are the advantages of applying this
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