Taught by Andrew Hayes, Ph.D. This seminar focuses on two topics in causal analysis that are closely related and often confused. Suppose we have three variables, X, M and Y. We say that M is a mediator of the effect of X on Y if X carries its influence on Y at least partly by influencing M, which then influences Y. This is also known as an indirect effect of X on Y through M. On the other hand,…
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