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Table 1 Multivariate Analysis of Covariance (MANCOVA) on the GoNoGo task

From: The role of inhibition capacities in the Iowa gambling test performance in young tattooed women

GoNoGoAdjusted mean (SD)FP
TattooedControl
Overall
 Group  2.231.03*
 Smoking  2.531.01*
 Education  1.021.42
RT (part 1)
 Group392.45 (8.18)57.86 (8.118)7.89.00*
 Smoking  2.20.14
 Education  2.86.09
SD of RT (part 1)
 Group75.14 (4.66)72.22 (4.66).17.67
 Smoking  .14.70
 Education  .25.61
Error of Omission (part 1)
 Group.49 (1.18).52 (1.18).00.93
 Smoking  .39.52
 Education  .88.34
Error of Commission (part 1)
 Group.75 (.16)1.14 (.16)2.40.12
 Smoking  2.41.12
 Education  1.57.21
RT (part 2)
 Group393.09 (8.47)45.40 (8.47)13.97.00***
 Smoking  8.47.00**
 Education  2.73.10
SD of RT (part 2)
 Group83.28 (5.03)66.14 (5.03)5.12.02*
 Smoking  4.71.03*
 Education  .46.49
Error of Omission (part 2)
 Group.44 (.16).39 (.16).03.84
 Smoking  .25.61
 Education  1.16.28
Error of Commission (part 2)
 Group.97 (.019)1.49 (.019)3.08.08
 Smoking  4.03.03*
 Education 2.79 .09
  1. Note. 1 Wilks’ Lambda F. Group = tattooed vs. non-tattooed women. *p < .05. **p < .01. *** p < .001. The means were adjusted by education and smoking habit that were considered as covariates. It is of note that in our previous study (Kertzman et al., 2015) smoking was considered as between-subject factor in repeated measures analysis of covariance (ANCOVA)