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Table 8. 

Linear Model of the Effect of Varying Auditory Noise Levels on Response Amplitude

Fixed Effects Estimate SE t p 
Baseline 248.5 8.6   
Posterior location −153.1 12.2 −12.6 10−16 
High auditory noise −124.8 11.6 −10.7 10−16 
High auditory noise × Posterior location 144.8 16.5 8.8 10−16 
Fixed Effects Estimate SE t p 
Baseline 248.5 8.6   
Posterior location −153.1 12.2 −12.6 10−16 
High auditory noise −124.8 11.6 −10.7 10−16 
High auditory noise × Posterior location 144.8 16.5 8.8 10−16 

Results of a linear model of the response amplitude for varying auditory noise levels in a single participant. Responses in individual trials were used as samples. Electrode location (Anterior vs. Posterior) and noise level (Low vs. High) were used as factors. The baseline for the model was the response in anterior electrodes to audiovisual speech with low auditory noise. Baseline is shown first; all other effects are ranked by absolute t value. Significant effects are shown in bold. The significance of the baseline fixed effect is grayed-out because it was prespecified: Only electrodes responding to this condition were included in the analysis.

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