path coefficient


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path coefficient

[′path ‚kō·i‚fish·ənt]
(communications)
The ratio of the power transmitted over some designated path to that transmitted over the most direct path.
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Comparing the effects of school transition programs on employment outcomes between the two groups, the standardized path coefficient for non-cognitive disability group ([beta]3=.
Dependent T Path coefficient Predictive variable variable statistic [beta] performance 10.
Consistent with the literature, injunctive norms yielded a statistically significant, albeit, moderate path coefficient value of 0.
26) turned out to be insignificant, while the path estimate from Depersonalization to Emotional Exhaustion, as suggested by Modification Index remained significant (Standardized path coefficient = 0.
Since in the analysis of Model Ml, the only non-significant path was path b (unstandardized path coefficient = .
Path coefficient (or PC) proportionally partitions the variation in carcass price due to each carcass traits via direct and indirect influences.
Path coefficient analysis showed that the effect of temperature was much greater than that of photoperiod in the determination of summer diapause.
Adopting the so-called namePath [20] or Context Path Coefficient [21], which is to form strings from the concatenation of the elements of the XPaths, then compute the similarity between strings,
In PLS structural model the hypothesis were tested by using the R-square for dependent constructs, the size and t-statistics and significant level of structural path coefficient because PLS does not require a normally distributed data it is evaluated with R square calculation from dependent latent variables(cohen,1988) and its AVE(Forneel and Larchner,1981).
Budgetary participation congruence had a path coefficient of 0.
The standardized path coefficient for the relationship between locus of causality and job satisfaction was estimated to be [beta] = .