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Does c’ Test Help, Anytime? -- On Communication Fallacy of “Effect to Mediate”
Unformatted Document Text:  Does c’ Test Help, Anytime? -- On Communication Fallacy of “Effect to Mediate” Page 27 of 34 (1996), “Effects of Multidimensional Anabolic Steroid Prevention Intervention: the Adolescents Training and Learning to Avoid Steroids (ATLAS) Program,” Journal of the American Medical Association, 276 (19), 1555-62. Hamilton, David (1987), “Sometimes r2>r2y1 + r2y2,” American Statistician, 41 (2), 129-32. Hayes, Andrew F., Beyond Baron and Kenny : Statistical Mediation Analysis in the New Millennium. By: Communication Monographs, Dec2009, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p408-420, 13p; DOI: 10.1080/03637750903310360; (AN 45694097) 234-50. Horst, Paul (1941), “The Role of Predictor Variables Which are Independent of the Criterion,” Social Science Research Council Bulletin, 48, 431-36. Judd, Charles M. and David A. Kenny (1981a), “Process Analysis: Estimating Mediation in Treatment Evaluations,” Evaluation Review, 5 (5), 602-19. -------- and -------- (1981b), Estimating the Effects of Social Interventions, New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Kenny, David A. (2003), “Mediation,” (December 25, 2003), [available at http://users.rcn.com/dakenny/mediate.htm /]. --------, Deborah A. Kashy and Niall Bolger (1998), “Data Analysis in Social Psychology,” in Handbook of Social Psychology, 4 th Ed., Vol.1, Daniel Gilbert, Susan T. Fiske, and Gardner Lindzey, eds. New York: McGraw-Hill, 233-65. Lord, Frederic M. and Melvin R. Novick (1968), Statistical Theories of Mental Test Scores, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. MacKinnon, David P. (2000), “Contrasts in Multiple Mediator Models,” in Multivariate Applications in Substance Use Research, J. S. Rose, L. Chassin, C. C. Presson and S. J. Sherman, eds. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum, 141-60. --------, Jennifer L. Krull and Chondra M. Lockwood (2000), “Equivalence of the Mediation, Confounding and Suppression Effect,” Prevention Science, 1 (4), 173-81.

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Does c’ Test Help, Anytime? -- On Communication Fallacy of “Effect to Mediate” 
Page 27 of 34 
 
(1996), “Effects of Multidimensional Anabolic Steroid Prevention Intervention: the 
Adolescents Training and Learning to Avoid Steroids (ATLAS) Program,” Journal of the 
American Medical Association, 276 (19), 1555-62.    
Hamilton, David (1987), “Sometimes r2>r2y1 + r2y2,” American Statistician, 41 (2), 129-32.  
Hayes, Andrew F., 
Beyond 
Baron
 and 
Kenny
: Statistical Mediation Analysis in the New 
Millennium.
 By: Communication Monographs, Dec2009, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p408-420, 13p; 
DOI: 10.1080/03637750903310360; (AN 45694097) 234-50. 
Horst, Paul (1941), “The Role of Predictor Variables Which are Independent of the Criterion,” 
Social Science Research Council Bulletin, 48, 431-36.     
Judd, Charles M. and David A. Kenny (1981a), “Process Analysis: Estimating Mediation in 
Treatment Evaluations,” Evaluation Review, 5 (5), 602-19. 
-------- and -------- (1981b), Estimating the Effects of Social Interventions, New York, NY: 
Cambridge University Press.    
Kenny, David A. (2003), “Mediation,” (December 25, 2003), [available at 
http://users.rcn.com/dakenny/mediate.htm
/]. 
--------, Deborah A. Kashy and Niall Bolger (1998), “Data Analysis in Social Psychology,” in 
Handbook of Social Psychology, 4
th
 Ed., Vol.1, Daniel Gilbert, Susan T. Fiske, and Gardner 
Lindzey, eds. New York: McGraw-Hill, 233-65. 
Lord, Frederic M. and Melvin R. Novick (1968), Statistical Theories of Mental Test Scores
Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. 
MacKinnon, David P. (2000), “Contrasts in Multiple Mediator Models,” in Multivariate 
Applications in Substance Use Research, J. S. Rose, L. Chassin, C. C. Presson and S. J. 
Sherman, eds. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum, 141-60. 
 
--------, Jennifer L. Krull and Chondra M. Lockwood (2000), “Equivalence of the Mediation, 
Confounding and Suppression Effect,” Prevention Science, 1 (4), 173-81. 


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