Hayes Process Macro - Model 2 - Moderation Analysis with Continuous Moderators
Hayes Process Macro - Lecture Series
The tutorial will guide on Model 2 of the Hayes Process Macro for Moderation Analysis using 2 Continuous Moderators, and Continuous Independent & Dependent Variables.
Model 2: 2 Moderators M & W
- Example Variables: 1 predictor X, 2 Moderators W & M, 1 outcome Y
- The primary IV (variable X) is continuous.
- The Moderators are Continuous.
- IV: Commitment
- MoDV1: Role Ambiguity
- MoDV2: Role Conflict
- DV: OP
How to Run
- Step 1: Analyze -> Regression -> Process v4.0 by Andrew F. Hayes
- Step 2: Put in the Required Variables. In this case,
- Y Variable (Dependent Variable) is OP
- X Variable (Independent Variable) is Commitment (COM)
- Moderator Variable W: is Role Ambiguity (RA)
- Moderator Variable Z: is Role Conflict (RC)
- Model Number is 2
- Step 3: Select Option Button, and Choose the options as shown in the figure below ()
- Select Generate code for visualizing interaction, this is to generate graphs for slope analysis
- From Mean center for construction of products groups box, select Only continuous variables that define products. This will mean center the variables the are part of the interaction term. We do mean centering to avoid multi-collinearity between predictor variables and the interaction term.
Output Interpretation - Basic Summary
- Description of Model along with the different variables where Y is Dependent Variable, X is Independent Variable, and W & Z are the Moderating Variable.