Table 1.

Statistical table

DescriptionManuscript referenceData structureType of testp valueEffect size (ηp2 ) or Bayes factor (BF10)
Analysis of behavioral accuracya1Normally distributedF test, main effect0.004ηp2  = 0.357
a2Normally distributedF test, main effect<0.001ηp2 = 0.326
a3Normally distributedF test, interaction effect<0.001ηp2 = 0.569
a4Normally distributedF test, contrast<0.001N.A.
a5Normally distributedF test, contrast0.003N.A.
a6Normally distributedF test, contrast0.001N.A.
Effect of ROI on adaptationbNormally distributedF test, main effect<0.001ηp2  = 0.214
Analysis of adaptation in RSCc1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.023BF10 = 2.843
c2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.004BF10 = 11.769
c3Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.002BF10 = 25.919
c4Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.032BF10 = 2.191
c5Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.030BF10 = 2.353
c6Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.464BF10 = 0.249
Analysis of adaptation in the PHCdNormally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.006BF10 = 8.492
Analysis of adaptation across retrosplenial portionse1Normally distributedF test, main effect0.008ηp2 = 0.120
e2Normally distributedF test, contrast<0.001N.A.
e3Normally distributedF test, interaction effect0.415ηp2  = 0.050
e4Normally distributedF test, main effect0.833ηp2 = 0.002
Comparing adaptation patterns between cue types, with environment averaged outf1Normally distributedtwo-sided one-sample t test0.011BF10 = 4.799
f2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.005BF10 = 10.625
f3Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.007BF10 = 7.694
f4Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.779BF10 = 0.141
f5Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.867BF10 = 0.120
Comparing adaptation patterns between cue types, in each environmentg1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.035BF10 = 2.035
g2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.009BF10 = 6.474
g3Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.466BF10 = 0.248
g4Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.636BF10 = 0.182
g5Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.029BF10 = 2.406
g6Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.034BF10 = 2.093
g7Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.778BF10 = 0.142
g8Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.856BF10 = 0.123
Contributions of retrosplenial portions to cue-specific adaptation patternshNormally distributedF test, main effect0.820ηp2  = 0.029
Comparing adaptation patterns between environments for each cue typei1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.588BF10 = 0.198
i2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.009BF10 = 6.400
i3Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.013BF10 = 4.564
i4Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.008BF10 = 7.004
Disentangling path length and location in adaptation in the RSCj1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.125BF10 = 0.430
j2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.093BF10 = 0.525
j3Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.004BF10 = 12.694
j4Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.034BF10 = 2.102
Disentangling path length and location in adaptation in the PHCk1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.324BF10 = 0.342
k2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.126BF10 = 0.739
Comparing DPrel between location and path lengthlNormally distributedF test, main effect<0.001ηp2  = 0.326
Disentangling location and subjective response in adaptation in the RSCm1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.454BF10 = 0.254
m2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.778BF10 = 0.143
m3Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.025BF10 = 2.694
m4Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.023BF10 = 2.892
Disentangling location and response in adaptation in the PHCn1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.283BF10 = 0.383
n2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.139BF10 = 0.683
Comparing DPrel between location and responseoNormally distributedF test, main effect<0.001ηp2  = 0.500
Disentangling location and temporal distance in adaptation in the RSCp1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.002BF10 = 28.206
p2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.003BF10 = 15.359
p3Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.128BF10 = 0.728
p4Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.028BF10 = 2.488
p5Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.107BF10 = 0.841
Disentangling location and temporal distance in adaptation in the PHCq1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.032BF10 = 2.186
q2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.016BF10 = 3.841
Evaluation of influences of passive movement phase on adaptationr1Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test<0.001BF10 = 43.706
r2Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.003BF10 = 13.818
r3Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.006BF10 = 8.572
r4Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.007BF10 = 7.511
r5Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.001BF10 = 31.856
r6Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.003BF10 = 17.435
r7Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.005BF10 = 9.724
r8Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.011BF10 = 5.400
r9Normally distributedOne-sided one-sample t test0.007BF10 = 7.880
Analysis of successful navigation effects1Normally distributedF test, main effect0.001ηp2  = 0.476
s2Normally distributedF test, main effect0.021ηp2 = 0.248
s3Normally distributedF test, main effect0.042ηp2  = 0.201