I have been super swamped with a bunch of due dates that all hit in April. For a small brag, and I like making lists:
- 9 revise and resubmits (four we’ve sent back, two have been accepted!)
- 4 conference posters and one invited talk
- 1 submitted grant (fingers crossed!)
- 2 invited papers
- 2 theses that I’m chairing, 2 that I’m on the committee for
- Data camp!
It’s been nuts, so haven’t left the house much or done much of anything else. Anywho, I thought I would share my mediation and moderation talk information for the conferece.
You can get it here: https://osf.io/t3syq/
The information includes SPSS and R guides for mediation/moderation, including bootstrapped confidence intervals for the indirect effect. These CI values give you more to talk about rather than saying “fully” or “partially” mediated based on some magic “p” value change (don’t do this). I will record my talk and put it online on our YT page as well. Enjoy!