MODEL: %WITHIN% s | y1 ON x1; y2 ON x3; %BETWEEN% s ON x2;
Amy Walzer posted on Saturday, February 22, 2014 - 8:42 pm
I am having some difficulty determining the syntax for the model I need to test. I believe it is a moderated mediation. Here are my variables:
- Gender - IV, Experimentally manipulated, categorical (2-levels), between subjects - Comp - Mediator between Gender and Comp, continuous - Goal Diff - DV, continuous - Sexism - Moderator of Comp on Gender, continuous, between subjects - Goal Type - Moderator of Goal Diff on Comp, experimentally manipulated, categorical (2 levels; learning goal vs. performance goal), within subjects
I want to know:
- Does Comp mediate the relationship between Gender and Goal Diff? - Does Sexism moderate the relationship between Gender and Comp? - Does Goal Type (within-subjects) moderate the relationship between Comp and Goal Diff?
What would the input look like for this model?
Given that Goal Type is a within-subjects variable, do I need to have two lines of data per participant, one for each Goal Type (learning goal and performance goal)? What analysis type would this be?
I know this is a lot to ask so any help people could provide would be greatly appreciated!
Example 3.18 is moderated mediation. See if that helps you.
Amy Walzer posted on Saturday, April 19, 2014 - 11:20 am
Looking at the example was very helpful to me. Thank you!
I am still having difficulty figuring out how to deal with my within subjects manipulated variable (X2). I want to see if it moderates the relationship between a latent continuous variable (X1) and an observed dependent variable (Y).
Specifically, I assume I need two lines of data per participant (one for each level of X1). Is this correct? Also, what might this input look like?