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This document contains corrections to errors in the rst printing of Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional Process Analysis that slipped

through editorial screening. The correction is in bold and underlined. The

book is currently in its fourth printing. To determine your printing number,

look at the copyright page. You will see a string of numbers such as 10 9 8

7 6 . . . . If this string of numbers ends in 1, for example, you have a rst

printing. This document was produced February 27, 2015.

Page 112, bottom of the page

The upper bound of a 95% condence interval is the value in

the distribution of the 10,000 estimates corresponding to the

100(0.979) = 97.9th percentile, which is the 9, 790th value in

the sorted distribution, or 0.528. Thus, a 95% bias-corrected

bootstrap condence interval for T aT b is 0.017 to 0.528.

Page 148, just below the equation in the middle of the page

2

where sea1 , sed , and seb are the squared standard errors of a1 ,

2

21

d21 , and b2 , respectively.

Page 156, top of the page

The interpretation of the bootstrap condence interval is poorly

worded. The text should read

As can be seen, the indirect eect of X on Y through M1 is

statistically dierent from the indirect eect of X on Y through

both M1 and M2 in serial, as the 95% bias-corrected bootstrap

condence interval for this contrast is entirely above zero (0.011

to 0.421).

One of the constraints programmed into PROCESS is that only a

single X variable can be listed in the x= part of the command line.

However, compare Figure 6.5 to Figure 6.2. Mathematically,

these are the same model. The only dierence is in the construal

of the additional variables sending arrows to M and Yas either

covariates and not of substantive interest or as additional causal

inuences whose eects are very much of interest. As discussed

in section 6.2, PROCESS can estimate a mediation model with

statistical controls as in Figure 6.2, so it follows that it can also

estimate a model with multiple X variables.

Page 196, middle of the page

The set of SPSS PROCESS commands below would estimate

the eects of IV1, IV2, and IV3 on Y1 directly and indirectly

through MED1:

Page 197, last line of the page

A close examination shows that this model really is just k simple

mediation models with a common X and M.

Page 212, middle of the page

For instance, when X = 1 and M = 0, Y = 5, and when X = 1

and M = 1, Y = 7.

Page 218, Figure 7.4 caption

A visual representation of b1 , b2 , and b3 in a model of the form

Y = i1 + b1 X + b2 M + b3 XM. In this gure, b1 = 1.00, b2 = 2.00,

and b3 = 1.50.

Page 244, middle of the page

There is simply not enough data in this end of the distribution

to be condent in the claim that the protesting lawyer is liked

less than the nonprotesting lawyer among those...

Page 274

Three of the equations for the main eect are incorrect. The correct

formulas should be

Main eect of M =

=

= 0.780

2

2

page 292, top of the page

Observe that b1 and b2 are dierent relative to when X and M

are mean centered (Table 9.1, model 2) or kept in their original

metric (Table 9.1, model 1).

Page 297, bottom of the page

se(XY)|ZM=1

se(XY)|ZM=0

se(XY)|ZM=1

se2b

se2b

1

+ 2COVb1 b3 + se2b

PROCESS also calculates the standard errors of these

conditional eects, estimated as

seXY =

1

(2W)COVb1 b5 + (2MW)COVb4 b5

Note: The equation is correct. But in the book, this equation is referred to as the

standard error of conditional indirect eects.

As can be seen, among teams moderate (V = 0.060), high

(V = 0.500), and very high (V = 0.840) in negative nonverbal

expressivity...

Page 387, top of the page

This dierence between the total and direct eect of the interaction is the indirect eect of the interaction through perceived

response appropriateness...

Appendix A, page 437, top of the page

As described in section 12.3, an inference about the indirect

eect of this highest-order interaction can also be interpreted as

a test of whether the indirect eect of xvar on yvar through the

variable(s) in mvlist is moderated by wvar.

489

This document contains corrections to errors that remain in the second

and third printings of Introduction to Mediation, Moderation, and Conditional

Process Analysis. The correction is in bold and underlined. The book is

currently in its fourth printing. To determine your printing number, look

at the copyright page. You will see a string of numbers such as 10 9 8 7

6 . . . . If this string of numbers ends in 2 or 3, you have a second or

third printing. If it ends in a 1, your copy is from the rst printing. This

document was produced February 27, 2015.

Page 112, bottom of the page

The upper bound of a 95% condence interval is the value in

the distribution of the 10,000 estimates corresponding to the

100(0.979) = 97.9th percentile, which is the 9, 790th value in

the sorted distribution, or 0.528. Thus, a 95% bias-corrected

bootstrap condence interval for T aT b is 0.017 to 0.528.

Page 196, middle of the page

One of the constraints programmed into PROCESS is that only a

single X variable can be listed in the x= part of the command line.

However, compare Figure 6.5 to Figure 6.2. Mathematically,

these are the same model. The only dierence is in the construal

of the additional variables sending arrows to M and Yas either

covariates and not of substantive interest or as additional causal

inuences whose eects are very much of interest. As discussed

in section 6.2, PROCESS can estimate a mediation model with

statistical controls as in Figure 6.2, so it follows that it can also

estimate a model with multiple X variables.

Page 197, last line of the page

A close examination shows that this model really is just k simple

mediation models with a common X and M.

For instance, when X = 1 and M = 0, Y = 5, and when X = 1

and M = 1, Y = 7.

Page 244, middle of the page

There is simply not enough data in this end of the distribution

to be condent in the claim that the protesting lawyer is liked

less than the nonprotesting lawyer among those...

Page 274

Two of the equations for the main eect are incorrect. The correct

formulas should be

Main eect of X = Y24 Y13 = 1.877 2.084 = 0.207

Main eect of M = Y34 Y12 = 2.370 1.590 = 0.780

page 292, top of the page

Observe that b1 and b2 are dierent relative to when X and M

are mean centered (Table 9.1, model 2) or kept in their original

metric (Table 9.1, model 1).

page 306, middle of the page

PROCESS also calculates the standard errors of these

conditional eects, estimated as

seXY =

1

(2W)COVb1 b5 + (2MW)COVb4 b5

Note: The equation is correct. But in the book, this equation is referred to as the

standard error of conditional indirect eects.

This dierence between the total and direct eect of the interaction is the indirect eect of the interaction through perceived

response appropriateness...

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