mediational

mediational

(ˌmiːdɪˈeɪʃənəl)
adj
relating to mediation
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Although, the mediational relationship was observed but it implies that the mediating role of metaworry is activated within the framework of present model.
Financial threat plays a mediational role among determinants of financial threats and the motivations and perceptions of an individuals.
The cross product of coefficients test was used in each model to determine whether a mediational effect was significant (Preacher and Hayes 2008).
Like critical discourse analysis, which emphasizes the social practices and performances enacted via discourses, Mediated Discourse Analysis emphasizes the actions performed with objects and other mediational means, in this case sound.
Mueller and Tschan (2011) found support for the mediational role of fear of future violence in regard to perceptions of VPC and employee well-being.
The current study is also limited to cross-sectional data, and therefore focuses on a mediational model to at least provide some guidance as to what might be a plausible account of the relationship between social media use and mental health.
For answering the why or how interpersonal relations are mutually developed and exchanged as posited by SET (Blau, 1964), we have proposed work to family enrichment as the mediational mechanism which works like a bridge in social exchange process.
For the purpose of the present study, this method is of interest, as it might allow us to examine the mediational role of distracting stimuli in latencies to emotional stimuli.
Mediational effect of stress coping strategies between workplace stress and organizational performance: A case study of air traffic controllers of Pakistan.
INVISIBLE WALLS: A CRITIQUE OF THE MEDIATIONAL IMAGINARY