Moderator Madness, Part 2

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Is your mechanism both mediating and moderating? Disentangle indirect and interaction effects with potential outcomes decomposition.
Author

Jon Brauer

Published

July 19, 2023

Two lemmings confused by exposure-mediator interactions (with help from DALL-E)

You have reached the future page for the second of a two-part blog series on issues related to modeling moderating relationships or testing interaction effects with criminological data.

In Part 1, I covered issues related to estimating and interpreting interaction effects with binary or skewed count outcome variables. In Part 2, I plan to introduce the need and a method for disentangling indirect and interaction effects in the presence of a potential exposure-mediator interaction.

Are you looking for Part 2? I hope you are not holding your breath while you wait.

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Citation

BibTeX citation:
@online{brauer2023,
  author = {Brauer, Jon},
  title = {Moderator {Madness,} {Part} 2},
  date = {2023-07-19},
  url = {https://reluctantcriminologists.com/blog-posts/[7]/modmadness-pt2.html},
  langid = {en}
}
For attribution, please cite this work as:
Brauer, Jon. 2023. “Moderator Madness, Part 2.” July 19, 2023. https://reluctantcriminologists.com/blog-posts/[7]/modmadness-pt2.html.

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