TABLE 4

Effects of Conditions and Other Predictors on Unstandardized Intercepts and Slopes of Dependent Variables

Variable
Justification for ViolenceNegative EmotionAllow Own ChildAppropriate Age
InterceptSlopeInterceptSlopeInterceptSlopeInterceptSlope
Conditiona2.27**0.32*−1.26**0.080.44**0.17*−0.85**−0.08*
Child age0.06−0.02−0.11−0.041.15**0.050.36**−0.02
Movies seen0.06*0.010.08*−0.04**0.19*−0.01−0.19**−0.02
Interceptb−0.14*−0.00−0.13*−0.04**
Order
 11.00.001.00.01.00.01.00.0
 21.01.001.01.01.01.01.01.0
 31.01.92**1.01.30**1.01.70**1.02.8**
 41.02.48**1.02.04**1.01.96**1.03.8**
Goodness of fitcRMSEA = 0.00; TLI = 1.00; CFI = 1.00RMSEA = 0.10; TLI = 0.97; CFI = 0.98RMSEA = 0.03; TLI = 0.99; CFI = 0.99RMSEA = 0.062; TLI = 0.98; CFI = 0.99
  • Goodness of fit for each outcome is also presented. CFI, comparative fit index; RMSEA, root mean squared error of approximation; TLI, Tucker-Lewis index; —, not applicable.

  • a Condition was coded 1 = justified, 0 = unjustified.

  • b Intercepts were fixed at 1.0; slopes were fixed for the first 2 orders of viewing and estimated for the last 2 orders.

  • c Fit statistics included the RMSEA <0.07, TLI, and CFI >0.95.

  • ** P < .01.

  • * P < .05.