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Table 3. 

Results of ANOVAs Comparing the Parietal Old/New Effect (from All 22 Parietal Electrode Sites) between the Young and the Old Groups

Item Type
Item Type × Age
Item Type × Age × Hemisphere
400–600 msec F(1, 51) = 10.94; p < .01 F(1, 51) = 11.24; p < .01 F(1, 51) = 1.89 
600–800 msec F(1, 51) = 22.84; p < .001 F(1, 51) = 2.49 F(1, 51) = 5.67; p < .05 
800–1000 msec F(1, 51) = 28.41; p < .001 F(1, 51) = 6.58; p < .05 F(1, 51) = 5.36; p < .05 
1000–1200 msec F(1, 51) = 24.36; p < .001 F(1, 51) = 0.53 F(1, 51) = 5.16; p < .05 
1200–1400 msec F(1, 51) = 10.78; p < .01 F(1, 51) = 5.11; p < .05 F(1, 51) = 4.35; p < .05 
Item Type
Item Type × Age
Item Type × Age × Hemisphere
400–600 msec F(1, 51) = 10.94; p < .01 F(1, 51) = 11.24; p < .01 F(1, 51) = 1.89 
600–800 msec F(1, 51) = 22.84; p < .001 F(1, 51) = 2.49 F(1, 51) = 5.67; p < .05 
800–1000 msec F(1, 51) = 28.41; p < .001 F(1, 51) = 6.58; p < .05 F(1, 51) = 5.36; p < .05 
1000–1200 msec F(1, 51) = 24.36; p < .001 F(1, 51) = 0.53 F(1, 51) = 5.16; p < .05 
1200–1400 msec F(1, 51) = 10.78; p < .01 F(1, 51) = 5.11; p < .05 F(1, 51) = 4.35; p < .05 
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