mediational

mediational

(ˌmiːdɪˈeɪʃənəl)
adj
relating to mediation
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Further exploration in this area is needed, as few studies were found that explore the mediational processes that underlie associations between family background, parental involvement, academic self-concept, and academic achievement among college students in the U.
INVISIBLE WALLS: A CRITIQUE OF THE MEDIATIONAL IMAGINARY
One model is the completely mediational model proposed by Levy (stereotypes about aging affect self-perception of aging via self-stereotypes about aging).
Means, standard deviations, and the correlation matrix for variables in the hypothesized mediational model are shown in Table 1.
These tools, symbols, or social interactions, sometimes called mediational means, influence and shape human learning and development.
6), while empirically documenting the crucial role of teacher educators in creating mediational spaces, dialogic interactions, and pedagogical tools for teachers' narrative inquiry to flourish as professional development.
Hypothesis 8: Positive affect offers a mediational effect between the relationship of extraversion and knowledge sharing behavior.
In addition, referring to the use of inscriptions and other kinds of technologies as tools that mediate thinking, Saljo (1999) argues that "[t]he mastery of mediational means is [.
The mediational model was tested in a sample of undergraduate students (N = 215).
Gender was entered into the subsequent mediational analyses as a covariate, but the models remained significant even after controlling for gender.
Lastly, we used mediational analyses to assess if, given the long history of familial socialization experienced by athletes, perceived parental success standards might mediate the relationship between coach motivational climate and athlete outcome variables.
Mediation Analysis was applied to test the mediational hypothesis.