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Table 1 Behavioral results summary

From: Brain activation differences in schizophrenia during context-dependent processing of saccade tasks

  Percent correct Reaction time (ms)
  C (n = 27) SZ (n = 28) T-statistic,
p value
Cohen’s
d
C (n = 27) SZ (n = 27) T-statistic,
p value
Cohen’s
d
Antisaccades
Anti/Fix 71.0 (25) 53.8 (30) t(53) = 2.2, .03* .60 287 (81) 303 (61) t(50) = −.82, .42 −.23
Anti/Pro 76.0 (24) 55.5 (31) t(53) = 2.7, .01* .74 279 (68) 313 (89) t(50) = −1.5, .13 −.42
Prosaccades
Pro/Fix 98.8 (1.0) 98.7 (2.1) t(53) = .20, .84 .05 175 (23) 178 (31) t(52) = −.31, .76 −.09
Anti/Pro 97.5 (4.0) 95.0 (13) t(53) = .95, .35 .26 180 (26) 181 (34) t(52) = −.05, .96 −.01
  1. Saccade performance measures showing percent correct and correct reaction time (mean (SD)) by saccade type (anti- or pro-saccade) in each of the three runs (Anti/Fix, Pro/Fix, and Anti/Pro). T-statistics and corresponding p values are for comparisons between C and SZ groups. The SZ group made significantly more antisaccade errors in each run. There were no significant differences across single and dual task runs for either group
  2. C comparison group, SZ schizophrenia group
  3. * p < .05