What is moderator?

  • (noun): In the Presdyterian church, the officer who presides over a synod or general assembly.
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Some articles on moderator:

History of Connecticut Forum Guests - 1993–1994
... Sam Donaldson, Mary Matalin, Bernard Kalb Moderator Phil Donahue February 5, 1994 Children Education, A Look Into The Future Senator Christopher Dodd, Joseph Califano, Eddie Davis, Vincent Ferrandino Moderator ...
Christopher Erhardt - 2005-2007 Public Presentations
... The DigiPen Video Game Curriculum From the Game to the Classroom') Moderator PAX 2006 ('Gaming and Controversy') Moderator November 2005 Game Producers Boot Camp Speaker WritersUA 2006 ('User Assistance in ...
Moderator - Other Uses
... Moderator variable, in statistics, a qualitative or quantitative variable that affects the direction and/or strength of the relation between dependent and ...
James Meek - Moderator
... He became Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland on 21 May 1795, where he tended to favour the Moderates over the Evangelicals ... One of its first tasks was to elect a moderator, or chairman ...
Moderation (statistics)
... The third variable is referred to as the moderator variable or simply the moderator ... Specifically within a correlational analysis framework, a moderator is a third variable that affects the zero-order correlation between two other variables ... In analysis of variance (ANOVA) terms, a basic moderator effect can be represented as an interaction between a focal independent variable and a factor that specifies the ...

More definitions of "moderator":

  • (noun): Any substance used to slow down neutrons in nuclear reactors.
  • (noun): Someone who mediates disputes and attempts to avoid violence.
  • (noun): Someone who presides over a forum or debate.