Definition of mediational in English:



See mediation

  • ‘The product of the regression coefficients of the two paths constitutes the indirect or mediational effect.’
  • ‘Based on theoretical conceptualizations derived from attachment theory, we would expect to identify mediational effects of perceptions of parents on behavioral adjustment.’
  • ‘In trials in which pertinent data are available, mediational analyses could inform theories of change.’
  • ‘Possible alternative pathways challenging the mediational position of the parent - toddler relationship were examined.’
  • ‘Examination of such mediational means is key to interpretation of human action.’