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Airbag moderation: The definition and implementation of a new research hypothesis

Airbag moderation: The definition and implementation of a new research hypothesis
Airbag moderation: The definition and implementation of a new research hypothesis
Background: moderation is the hypothesis that the relationship between two concepts varies as a function of a third. Extensions of this hypothesis have been proposed variously linking Moderation to the hypothesis of Mediation. Aims: To define and implement the hypothesis of Airbag Moderation. That the relationship between two concepts varies as a function of a third and that this third concept is caused by one of the others.

Methods: airbag Moderation is defined in reference to definitions of Moderation. Different methods of statistically implementing Airbag Moderation are then presented.

Results: an example Airbag Moderation is documented using ‘real-life’ research data.

Conclusions: potential applications of Airbag Moderation are discussed and future directions considered.
Hall, James
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Malmberg, Lars Erik
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Lindorff, Ariel
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Baumann, Nicole
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Sammons, Pamela
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Hall, James
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Malmberg, Lars Erik
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Lindorff, Ariel
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Baumann, Nicole
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Sammons, Pamela
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Hall, James, Malmberg, Lars Erik, Lindorff, Ariel, Baumann, Nicole and Sammons, Pamela (2018) Airbag moderation: The definition and implementation of a new research hypothesis. American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2018 Annual Meeting, New York, United States. 13 - 17 Apr 2018.

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Abstract

Background: moderation is the hypothesis that the relationship between two concepts varies as a function of a third. Extensions of this hypothesis have been proposed variously linking Moderation to the hypothesis of Mediation. Aims: To define and implement the hypothesis of Airbag Moderation. That the relationship between two concepts varies as a function of a third and that this third concept is caused by one of the others.

Methods: airbag Moderation is defined in reference to definitions of Moderation. Different methods of statistically implementing Airbag Moderation are then presented.

Results: an example Airbag Moderation is documented using ‘real-life’ research data.

Conclusions: potential applications of Airbag Moderation are discussed and future directions considered.

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Published date: 15 April 2018
Venue - Dates: American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2018 Annual Meeting, New York, United States, 2018-04-13 - 2018-04-17

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Local EPrints ID: 418580
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/418580
PURE UUID: e0b7275d-d264-4ebb-986d-eb46a3d015dc
ORCID for James Hall: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-8002-0922

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Date deposited: 12 Mar 2018 17:30
Last modified: 23 Jul 2019 00:25

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