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Table 6 Auditory Selective attention results. A summary of ERP results regarding auditory selective attention. First, significant results from an ANOVA analyzing the attention effect at 100-200 ms is presented, and also the critical but non-significant Attention×Time×Intervention interaction. Second, two non-significant predictors of the selective attention difference are presented for comparison with similar regressions in Table 3. Third, selected exploratory correlations are presented. The last part presents exploratory ANOVA results for the late 300-400 ms attention effect, significant effects, and relevant non-significant effects

From: A randomized controlled trial to examine the effect of two teaching methods on preschool children’s language and communication, executive functions, socioemotional comprehension, and early math skills

Attention effect ANOVA (selected results) Num
DF
Den
DF
F p
Attention 1 1606 6.3 0.0122
Attention×Time×Intervention 2 1606 1.33 0.2653
Electrode position 3 19000 1201.85 <.0001
Attention×Electrode position 3 19000 33.23 <.0001
Intervention×Electrode position 6 19000 16.62 <.0001
Selective attention regression (selected results, compare Table 3)
Outcome variable Predictor DF p
ERP post ERP pre 1 0.068
Model DF = 14 Intervention 2 0.305
error DF = 66,    
R2 = 0.14    
Selective attention, Pearson Correlation Coefficients (selected results)
  Selective attention pre N Selective attention post N
Language pre 0.23* 84 0.07 89
Language post 0.03 82 0.00 86
Late time window attention effect ANOVA (selected results) Num DF Den DF F p
Attention 1 1613 5.52 0.0189
Attention×Time×Intervention 2 1613 0.1 0.905
Electrode position 3 19000 321.42 <.0001
Attention×Electrode position 3 19000 0.75 0.523
Intervention×Electrode position 6 19000 16.62 <.0001
  1. Note: *p < 0.05