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Table 2 Univariate F-tests for the 12 tests.

From: Relationships between magnitude representation, counting and memory in 4- to 7-year-old children: A developmental study

Task Age Gender
  F(4, 56) p F(1, 56) p
Number knowledge     
   - NRT: Say as many numbers as you can 3.18 0.0199 0.61 0.4
   - *NRE: Written (Arabic) number recognition 14.58 <0.0001 0.91 0.3
Verbal knowledge     
   - *VA: Say as many animals as you can 8.66 <0.0001 4.7 0.033
   - *VC: Say as many colours as you can 9.53 <0.0001 0.8 0.4
Working memory (verbal)     
   - *MN: Short term memory for numbers 10.7 <0.0001 3.12 0.08
   - *MW: Short term memory for words 8.19 <0.0001 4.78 0.033
Counting abilities     
   - *CCT: Count as far as you can 12.54 <0.0001 1.1 0.3
   - *CHM: How many objects are there 13.82 <0.0001 0.8 0.8
   - *CGV: Give me a number 15.37 <0.0001 0.9 0.3
Verbal counting abilities     
   - *PR1: Problems - simple 28.85 <0.0001 2.1 0.2
   - *PR2: Problems - difficult 14.88 <0.0001 2.9 0.09
Fractions     
   - H2: Halving 1.23 0.3 0.04 0.8
  1. The critical p value for significance was 0.0042 (set by the Bonferroni adjustment). Significant p levels are denoted by bold italic typesetting.