การวิเคราะห์ Moderated Mediation Model ด้วยโปรแกรม PROCESS(Moderated Mediation Effect Analysis Through Process Routine)
Keywords:Conditional Effect, Conditional indirect effect, Moderated mediation model
Mediator is a hidden variable that transmitted effect of antecedent variable to its outcome. There could be single or multiple mediators in any SEM model. In multiple mediator’s facet, parallel mediation or serial mediation could be addressed through knowledge challenged by expertise or literature. And, if researchers need to know what variables can possibly change the relationship in any or all paths of mediation model, an analysis through moderated mediation model should be addressed.
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