indirect effect


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indirect effect

[‚in·də′rekt i′fekt]
(physical chemistry)
A chemical effect of ionizing radiation on a dilute solution caused by the interaction of solute molecules with highly reactive transient molecules or ions formed by reaction of the radiation with the solvent.
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Moreover the science has indirect effects, which are not small.
The researchers also examined the indirect effect of playing video games on children and teenagers.
These results further support examining indirect effects associated with POS, so the authors proceeded with further indirect effect analyses.
In turn, the number of pods per plant has a high indirect effect via number of seeds per plant on soybean yield, in the phenotypic and genotypic coefficient (0.762 and 0.533, respectively), which are higher than the residual effect (0.349 and 0.426, respectively).
Table-II depicts the conditional direct and indirect effects. It represents the values of regression coefficients for direct (effect of trauma exposure on delinquency) and indirect effect (effect of trauma exposure on delinquency via PTSD) at mean and +- 1 SD values of social support.
(2013) quantified the direct and indirect effect of explanatory variables on the total fruit production trait in the passion fruit crop and concluded that average pulp mass and number of fruits are the traits of highest correlation with total fruit mass.
As the indirect effect of multilevel mediation analysis is often not normally distributed, in this study we used the Monte Carlo method for assessing the mediation to conduct resampling at 20,000 times.
The use of multiple imputations in MPlus prevents pooled direct and indirect effect estimation from being directly provided in the output.
Mining and oil excavation have direct and indirect effect on biological diversity, he said, citing soil and sea pollution, disrupting reproduction of some living organisms and increasing internal immigration in a way that leads to the depletion of more natural resources.