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Chapter 2: Mediation analysis

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Table 2.1, pp. 68-71: Mediation analysis of sex discrimination 2.1 2.1 .inp protest.txt*
Table 2.5, Part 1, pp. 75-79: Mediation analysis of head circumference using an over-identified model 2.5 (Part 1) 2.5 (Part 1) .inp headalln.dat
Table 2.5. Part 2, p. 80: Mediation analysis of head circumference using an over-identified model and non-symmetric bootstrap confidence intervals 2.5 (Part 2) 2.5 (Part 2) .inp headalln.dat
Table 2.12, pp. 81-82: Mediation analysis of head circumference using an over-identified model and MODEL TEST of restrictions 2.12 2.12 .inp headalln.dat
Table 2.14, Part 1, pp. 85-87: Parallel mediator model of media influence 2.14 (Part 1) 2.14 (Part 1) .inp pmi.txt*
Table 2.14, Part 2, pp. 85-87: Parallel mediator model of media influence using non-symmetric bootstrap confidence intervals 2.14 (Part 2) 2.14 (Part 2) .inp pmi.txt*
Table 2.17, pp. 89-90: Sequential mediator model of socioeconomic status 2.17 2.17 .inp Chap6_ocgexample.txt
Table 2.19, pp. 100-101: Mediation analysis of a randomized intervention using treatment-baseline interaction 2.19 2.19 .inp Data are unavailable
Table 2.21, Part 1, p. 103: Mediation analysis of a randomized intervention using treatment-baseline interaction and LOOP PLOT with non-symmetric bootstrap confidence intervals 2.21 (Part 1) 2.21 (Part 1) .inp Data are unavailable
Table 2.21, Part 2, p. 105: Mediation analysis of a randomized intervention using treatment-baseline interaction and LOOP PLOT with symmetric MLR confidence intervals 2.21 (Part 2) 2.21 (Part 2) .inp Data are unavailable
Table 2.23, p. 107: Mediation analysis of a randomized intervention using treatment-baseline interaction and MODEL INDIRECT with MOD 2.23 2.23 .inp Data are unavailable
Table 2.25, p. 110: Mediation analysis with moderated mediation of work team behavior using case 1 (m*z) 2.25 2.25 .inp teams.txt*
Table 2.26, Step 1, p. 113: Mediation analysis with moderated mediation of simulated data using case 3 (m*x). Generating the data 2.26 (Step 1) 2.26 (Step 1) .inp N/A
Table 2.26, Step 2, pp. 113: Mediation analysis with moderated mediation of simulated data using case 3 (m*x): Analyzing a data set 2.26 (Step 2) 2.26 (Step 2) .inp Generated by 2.26 Step 1
Table 2.29, p. 116: Mediation analysis with moderated mediation of simulated data using case 3 (m*x): Analyzing a data set using LOOP PLOT 2.29 2.29 .inp Generated by 2.26 Step 1
Table 2.30, p. 119-120: Mediation analysis with combined moderated mediation of sex discrimination 2.30 2.30 .inp protest.txt*

* This data set was downloaded from the website for the Andrew Hayes mediation book.

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