Moderated Linear Regression Significance

I am testing a moderated regression for an interaction term of two covariants, HFSS and NSLP on 4 outcome variables: TCHEXT, TCHINT, TCHPER, CLSNSS. I’m almost done but have a question I’m hoping to find some help with (my advisor is at a conference)

  1. My results show that with the interaction term added, HFSS is no longer significant. NSLP continues to have moderate significance. However, HFSS*NSLP is also not significant (p=.748). Can someone help me interpret this? Does this mean the initial impacts of FSS is due to NSLP, but not the interaction of NSLP and FSS?

Thank you!

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