Mediation, Moderation and Conditional Process Analysis: A Second Course on Demand

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Date(s) - 08/24/2020 - 09/21/2020
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Dr. Andrew Hayes has frequently taught an introductory seminar for Statistical Horizons that is based on the material in the first edition of his book. This new seminar – a second course –picks up where the introductory seminar leaves off. The course runs from August 24, 2020 to September 21, 2020. After a review of basic principles, it covers material in the second edition of the book, as well as entirely new material from Dr. Hayes’ recently published work.

Topics include:

– serial mediation and serial moderated mediation
– mediation, moderation, and conditional process analysis with a multi-categorical cause or moderator
three-way interaction
– partial, conditional, and moderated moderated mediation
– using PROCESS and the creation of custom models in PROCESS.

This online course takes place in a series of four weekly installments of videos and activities, and requires about 6-8 hours/week. You can participate at your own convenience; there are no set times when you are required to be online. The course can be accessed with any recent web browser on almost any platform, including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. A discussion forum is available on the course portal for questions and discussion with Andrew Hayes and other participants in the course.

Who should register?
This course will be helpful for researchers in any field—including psychology, sociology, education, business, human development, political science, public health, communication—and others who want to learn how to apply the latest methods in moderation and mediation analysis using readily-available software packages such as SPSS, SAS, and R. Because this is a second course, participants should either be familiar with the contents of the first edition of Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis and the statistical procedures discussed therein, or should have taken the first course through Statistical Horizons or elsewhere. Participants should also have experience using syntax in SPSS, SAS or R and a good working knowledge of multiple linear regression. No knowledge of matrix algebra is required or assumed, nor is matrix algebra ever used in the course.

The fee of $495 (USD) includes all course materials. All major credit cards are accepted.

This course is hosted on a platform called DigitalChalk. To register, you’ll need to go to and click on Create Account. Then you will enter your name and email address, and create a password.

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