Have you ever wanted to do a Sobel z-test in SPSS and found there was no simple way of doing that? Ever wanted to test the moderation effects in your model but just did not know how? Well then, macros to the rescue!
Macros are basically specialized code that researchers put together to make their own lives easier, by making popular statistics programs do things they would not otherwise be able to do. There is a lot of programming involved, but luckily, most of the macros are available for regular users like you and me. They also come with instructions, to make them more user-friendly.
I’ve stumbled across this lovely website that offers macros for the Sobel z-test, indirect and mediation effects, moderated mediation, conditional process modeling and much more. Hope you’ll find this as useful as I have.