Problem in assessing mediation

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deepsoni1986
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Problem in assessing mediation

Post by deepsoni1986 » Tue Apr 09, 2019 5:23 pm

Hello all

Can anyone help me in this issue, I have two independent variables two mediators and one dependent variable. One independent variable is mediated by one mediator and another independent variable is mediated by another mediator. When I was checking separately it came significant but when I put all together as a model it did not come significantly. How I interpret the mediation results. My sample is 485 and I am using smart pls 3 is it right?

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Re: Problem in assessing mediation

Post by jmbecker » Sat Apr 13, 2019 9:36 am

What do you mean with estimating them together? How are they interconnected? Why would you want to estimate them separately?
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