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    Quick Mediation Analysis Question




    Hi Everyone,

    I have a quick question about interpreting a mediation analysis from Hayes' PROCESS macro. After running a mediation analysis, I know that I have full mediation (from the LLCI and ULCI), but I don't know how to interpret the relationship. Does the IV cause the mediator to increase or decrease? And does the mediator cause the DV to increase or decrease?

    Does anyone know how to interpret the mediation analysis to provide me with these answers?

    Thank you so much

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    Re: Quick Mediation Analysis Question

    It is a little bit hard to help without more information. Is it possible for you to send part of the output of the analysis? Or maybe just give more details about your model?

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    Re: Quick Mediation Analysis Question


    Quote Originally Posted by jricci View Post
    Hi Everyone,

    I have a quick question about interpreting a mediation analysis from Hayes' PROCESS macro. After running a mediation analysis, I know that I have full mediation (from the LLCI and ULCI), but I don't know how to interpret the relationship. Does the IV cause the mediator to increase or decrease? And does the mediator cause the DV to increase or decrease?

    Does anyone know how to interpret the mediation analysis to provide me with these answers?

    Thank you so much
    See my paper here regarding what constitutes as full mediation. It's a simple mediation model.

    https://www.researchgate.net/publica...ng_242_227-233

    Should be fairly self-explanatory.

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