ATTITUDES AND SOCIAL COGNITION Establishing a Causal Chain Why Experiments Are Often More Effective Than Mediational Analyses in Examining Psychological Processes Steven J

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Spencer Mark P Zanna and Geoffrey T Fong University of Waterloo The authors propose that experiments that utilize mediational analyses as suggested by R M Baron and D A Kenny 1986 are overused and sometimes improperly held up as necessary for a good ID: 11255 Download Pdf

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ATTITUDES AND SOCIAL COGNITION Establishing a Causal Chain Why Experiments Are Often More Effective Than Mediational Analyses in Examining Psychological Processes Steven J

Spencer Mark P Zanna and Geoffrey T Fong University of Waterloo The authors propose that experiments that utilize mediational analyses as suggested by R M Baron and D A Kenny 1986 are overused and sometimes improperly held up as necessary for a good

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