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Table 1. 

Mean Reaction Times (in msec) and Percentages of Errors (within Parentheses) for the “Different” Trials Obtained in the Experiment

Type of Character
Type of Relationship
Transposition
Replacement
Transposition Effect
Digits 613 (11.01%) 578 (3.29%) −35 (−7.72%) 
Symbols 632 (21.55%) 605 (10.16%) −27 (−11.39%) 
Letters 672 (24.15%) 600 (5.99%) −72 (−18.16%) 
Type of Character
Type of Relationship
Transposition
Replacement
Transposition Effect
Digits 613 (11.01%) 578 (3.29%) −35 (−7.72%) 
Symbols 632 (21.55%) 605 (10.16%) −27 (−11.39%) 
Letters 672 (24.15%) 600 (5.99%) −72 (−18.16%) 

Mean RTs and percentages of errors for the “same” trials were 530 msec (3.72%), 545 msec (9.76%), and 556 msec (7.68%) for the digit, symbol, and letter strings, respectively. “Transposition effect” is the outcome of the subtraction of the values in the transposition condition from those in the replacement condition.

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