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Table 3 Global ANOVAs for unscaled (A) and vector-scaled (B) data.

From: ERP evidence for different strategies in the processing of case markers in native speakers and non-native learners

A) global ANOVA: 350–500 ms global ANOVA: 600–900 ms
Effect df F value p value MS e df F value p value MS e
C 1,40 26.79 <.0001 4.85 1,40 18.80 <.0001 8.10
C × G 1,40 1.69 .20 4.85 1,40 < 1   
C × CA 1,40 < 1    1,40 1.19 .28 3.32
C × CA × G 1,40 2.39 .13 3.04 1,40 11.96 .001 3.32
C × R 1,40 < 1    1,40 42.33 <.0001 2.05
C × R × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
C × R × CA 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
C × R × CA × G 1,40 10.96 <.01 0.90 1,40 < 1   
C × H 1,40 2.43 .13 0.42 1,40 1.83 .18 0.27
C × H × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
C × H × CA 1,40 3.83 .06 0.57 1,40 < 1   
C × H × CA × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
C × R × H 1,40 1.29 .26 0.13 1,40 < 1   
C × R × H × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
C × R × H × CA 1,40 3.34 .08 0.08 1,40 5.11 <.05 0.17
C × R × H × CA × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 5.47 <.05 0.17
B) global ANOVA: 350–500 ms global ANOVA: 600–900 ms
Effect df F value p value MS e df F value p value MS e
G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
CA 1,40 1.54 .22 0.08 1,40 < 1   
CA × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 8.84 <.01 0.01
R 1,40 < 1    1,40 44.99 <.0001 0.01
R × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
R × CA 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
R × CA × G 1,40 7.78 <.01 0.01 1,40 < 1   
H 1,40 1.78 .19 0.01 1,40 1.00 .32 0.01
H × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
H × CA 1,40 3.66 .06 0.01 1,40 < 1   
H × CA × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
R × H 1,40 < 1    1,40 1.50 .22 0.003
R × H × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 < 1   
R × H × CA 1,40 3.85 .06 0.001 1,40 6.42 <.05 0.002
R × H × CA × G 1,40 < 1    1,40 11.06 <.01 0.002
  1. In the analysis with unscaled data, mean amplitude averages for single conditions were included in a five-factorial ANOVA with four within-subjects factors (C, CA, R, H) and one between-subjects factor (G). For the analysis with scaled data, difference waves were calculated by subtracting mean amplitude averages of the correct condition from the averages of the incorrect condition. The four-factorial ANOVA for scaled data included the within-subject factors (CA, R, H) and the between-subjects factor G. G = Group (native/non-native); C = Condition (correct/incorrect); CA = Case (canonical/non-canonical); R = Region (anterior/posterior); H = Hemisphere (left/right).