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Table 3. 

Nonlinguistic versus Linguistic Targets

(I)
Factors
df
F
Midline Stimulus 1,18 17.48*** 
2,36 68.57*** 
Stimulus × C 2,36 14.43*** 
Lateral Stimulus 1,18 24.18*** 
2,36 65.95*** 
Stimulus × C 2,36 12.69*** 
 
(II) Midline Lateral 
Nonlinguistic −1.52 −0.42 
Linguistic −4.00 −2.98 
 
(III) Midline Lateral 
−3.51 −2.19 
−4.95 −3.35 
0.17 0.43 
 
(IV)  Midline Lateral 
A − S Nonlinguistic 1.43 1.31 
Linguistic 1.46 1.01 
D − S Nonlinguistic 1.80 1.17 
Linguistic 5.57 4.06 
(I)
Factors
df
F
Midline Stimulus 1,18 17.48*** 
2,36 68.57*** 
Stimulus × C 2,36 14.43*** 
Lateral Stimulus 1,18 24.18*** 
2,36 65.95*** 
Stimulus × C 2,36 12.69*** 
 
(II) Midline Lateral 
Nonlinguistic −1.52 −0.42 
Linguistic −4.00 −2.98 
 
(III) Midline Lateral 
−3.51 −2.19 
−4.95 −3.35 
0.17 0.43 
 
(IV)  Midline Lateral 
A − S Nonlinguistic 1.43 1.31 
Linguistic 1.46 1.01 
D − S Nonlinguistic 1.80 1.17 
Linguistic 5.57 4.06 

(I) F statistics for the main effect of Stimulus and Category (C) and for the Stimulus by Category (Stimulus × C) interaction in the 350- to 800-msec latency range. (II) Mean amplitude (in μV) of the main effect of Stimulus. (III) Mean amplitude (in μV) of the main effect of Category: Same (S), Ambiguous (A), and Different (D) conditions. (IV) Mean amplitude differences A − S and D − S (in μV) for Nonlinguistic and Linguistic stimuli.

***p < .001.

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