Meaning of mediator in English

Examples of “mediator”

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That is, all theoretically possible mediators cannot be included in any study, and paths involving not-included variables are thus, in effect, constrained to zero.
We can then infer that the removed variable functions as a significant mediator between the predictor and criterion variables.
Following this phase, perpetuation occurs - a phase in which the differentiated phenotype of the cell is amplified by mediators via autocrine signals.
Many chemical mediators are known to be released from the site of inflammation.
Only in eleven of the 360 cases examined in my study, for example, was there any mention of mediator involvement in formulating the agreement.
When he was placed in the middle as a mediator, he contributed to the smooth ending by accommodating to both sides.
Used cognitive mediator instrument - designed for this study (not clear if validated).
In addition, measurements were made of the production of cytokines and mediator substances by isolated intestinal tissues.
Changes in the media lead to changes in the mediators, the persons who choose and interpret the news for the public.
When the media change, so do the mediators - the persons who choose and interpret the news.
However, the man also became violent towards the mediators, and even towards his own parents.
The final model, regressed the dependent variable (life satisfaction) onto the mediator (environmental mastery) and the independent variables.
These arrangements have been made in recognition of their special qualification as the mediator of the goddess's power.
State officials - prefects and sub-prefects - became the principal mediators in conflicts over land between the local population and those opening up pioneer fronts.
Second, there must be a significant association between the predictor (maltreatment severity) and the mediator (attribution).

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