"Thank you, Dr. Mike.
I am new to SEM.
I am testing a single mediator. X-M-Y. So I thought I can run the models (1) Without mediator (X-Y) (2) model with both direct and indirect effects (3) with just the indirect effect (X-M-Y)
I found the…"
If your proposed model is just-identified, the df is always 0. This is exactly the same as standard applications in SEM. You may refer to the SEM textbooks for more details.
Dear All,I am new to MASEM and I am trying to test mediator effect in meta analysis using MASEM. When I run TSSEM 2 I get a saturated model with df =0 for the target model. I want to see how to interpret and report the results with this model and if there is any way to rectify this and get a non-saturated model. The TSSEM ! model fits well. Thanks,SaneeshSee More
"The correlation matrix of A, B, C, and D does not include any information on the moderating effect. Unless you have the product terms, I do not think that it is possible to test the moderation effect."
Dear All,I am learning to do a meta-analysis and I have a question on studying interaction effects with meta-analysis. If my primary studies have 3 variables A, B and C and its correlations with variable D. If my hypothesis, based on theory, is that strength of the relationship between A and D is dependent on B. B is the moderator in this case. Is there any way I can do a meta-analysis to test this?. See More
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