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Adam Cohen and Calvin Nite

also suggest that allowing students some type of “say” in the direction and mission of the class could be very important to stimulating engagement. This would align with the suggestion of Meyer and Wood ( 2017 ) calling for moderation rather than directing. This can be done in several ways. The faculty

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Eric W. MacIntosh and Popi Sotiriadou

. Event Management, 18 ( 3 ), 303 – 324 . doi: 10.3727/152599514X13989500765808 Raedeke , T.D. , & Smith , A.L. ( 2004 ). Coping resources and athlete burnout: An examination of stress mediated and moderation hypotheses . Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 26, 525 – 541 . doi: 10

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Stephen Reysen, Jamie S. Snider and Nyla R. Branscombe

We examined the effect of corporate renaming of a stadium on fans’ felt anger and perceived harm to the team’s distinctiveness by asking participants to imagine that their historic local sport venue was renamed (or not) after a large corporation or a wealthy individual. Participants reported more perceived harm to the team’s distinctiveness when a corporation (vs. individual) donated money to the team. Furthermore, participants who thought that the venue name had been changed (compared with no name change) expressed more anger and perceived the name change to be a threat to the team’s distinctiveness. A mediated moderation analysis showed that, compared with when the stadium name remained the same, highly identified fans believed the name change would harm the distinctiveness of the team, which resulted in greater felt anger. In line with social identity theory, the results show that anger is an emotional outcome of recently experienced distinctiveness threat.

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Wonseok Jang, Yong Jae Ko, Daniel L. Wann and Daehwan Kim

, we predicted that the feeling of vitality would perform as a mediator in the relationship between team identification and happiness, but only when the outcome was positive. Specifically, the current study proposed the following hypothesis: H3: Moderation Mediation Effect: In the positive outcome

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Yonghwan Chang, Yong Jae Ko and Brad D. Carlson

.17 , Δ df  = 13, p  = .05). However, there were no substantial differences in CFI and RMSEA, which allows for a valid structural comparison across groups (ΔCFI = .003 and ΔRMSEA = .001; changes of ≤.005 in CFI and ≤.010 in RMSEA indicate invariant factor loadings). Moderation Analysis We performed a

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Ted Hayduk III and Matt Walker

.1080/09585192.2015.1062040 10.1080/09585192.2015.1062040 Gully , S.M. , Phillips , J.M. , Castellano , W.G. , Han , K. , & Kim , A. ( 2013 ). A mediated moderation model of recruiting socially and environmentally responsible job applicants . Personnel Psychology, 66 ( 4 ), 935 – 973 . doi:10.1111/peps.12033 10

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Jacqueline McDowell, Yung-Kuei Huang and Arran Caza

authentic leadership and player engagement. This fact suggests the value of further investigation. Role of Gender in Positive Team Climate This study additionally found moderation effects based on gender. As shown in the results and Figure  2 , the slope of the relationship between authentic leadership and

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Gashaw Abeza, David Finch, Norm O’Reilly, Eric MacIntosh and John Nadeau

both credible and trusted sources of information that are influential in moderating relational perceptions. ○ Word of mouth ○ Social media posts Abeza and O’Reilly ( 2014 ) Kim and Trail ( 2011 ) Hambrick and Kang ( 2014 ) Hambrick and Svensson ( 2015 ) Stavros et al. ( 2013 ) Sport moderation

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Jesse King and Robert Madrigal

through event sponsorship: The role of image transfer . Journal of Advertising, 28 ( 4 ), 47 – 57 . doi:10.1080/00913367.1999.10673595 10.1080/00913367.1999.10673595 Hayes , A.F. ( 2013 ). Introduction to mediation, moderation, and conditional process analysis . New York, NY : The Guilford Press

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Laura J. Burton, Jon Welty Peachey and Janelle E. Wells

. ). Upper Saddle River, NJ : Pearson Education Inc . Hayes , A.F. ( 2012 ). PROCESS: A versatile computational tool for observed variable mediation, moderation, and conditional process modeling . The Ohio State University , Retrieved from http://www. afhayes.com/public/process2012.pdf (accessed