Table 1.

Statistical table

FigureDescriptionData structureType of testExact p value
a1BWeights-effect of genotypeNormal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp = 0.26
b1BWeights-effect of ageNormal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp < 0.0001
c1BWeights-genotype × age interactionNormal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp = 0.002
d1CGFAP+ cellsNormal distributiont testp = 0.08
e2CBrdU+ cells in DG: effect of genotypeNormal distributionTwo-way ANOVAp < 0.0001
f2CBrdU+ cells in DG: effect of treatment durationNormal distributionTwo-way ANOVAp < 0.0001
g2CBrdU+ cells in DG: genotype × treatment duration interactionNormal distributionTwo-way ANOVAp = 0.17
h2FDCX+ cells in DG: effect of genotypeAssumed normal distributionTwo-way ANOVAp < 0.0001
i2FDCX+ cells in DG: genotype × recovery period interactionAssumed normal distributionTwo-way ANOVAp = 0.0002
j2FDCX+ cells in DG-TK 4 week and 8 week recovery vs 0 weekAssumed normal distributionSidak post hoc testsp < 0.0001
k2FDCX+ cells in DG-TK 4 week recovery vs TK 8 week recoveryAssumed normal distributionSidak post hoc testp = 0.2652
l3DBrdU+ cells in olfactory bulb-GCLNormal distributiont testp < 0.0001
m3DBrdU+ cells in olfactory bulb-EPLNormal distributiont testp = 0.4
n3DBrdU+ cells in olfactory bulb-GLNormal distributiont testp = 0.002
o4AOpen-field behavior test-zones: effect of genotypeAssumed normal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp = 0.7
p4AOpen-field behavior test-zones: effect of zoneAssumed normal distribution2 way repeated measures ANOVAp < 0.0001
q4AOpen-field behavior test-zones: genotype × zone interactionAssumed normal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp = 1
r4AOpen-field behavior test-distance traveled: effect of genotypeAssumed normal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp = 0.8
s4AOpen-field behavior test-distance travelled: effect of timeAssumed normal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp < 0.001
t4AOpen-field behavior test-distance traveled: genotype × time interactionAssumed normal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp = 1
u4BNovelty suppressed feeding test-latency: effect of genotypeNormal and potentially non-normal groupsTwo-way ANOVAp = 0.6
v4BNovelty suppressed feeding test-latency: effect of restraintNormal and potentially non-normal groupsTwo-way ANOVAp < 0.0001
w4BNovelty suppressed feeding test-latency: genotype × restraint interactionNormal and potentially non-normal groupsTwo-way ANOVAp = 0.7
x4BNovelty suppressed feeding test-latency: distribution of feeding latencies (survival analyses)Normal and potentially non-normal groupsLog rank test (Mantel–Cox)p = 0.04
y4BNovelty suppressed feeding test-latency: distribution of feeding latencies (survival analyses): v-WT control vs v-WT restraintNormal and potentially non-normal groupsLog rank test (Mantel–Cox)p = 0.02
z4BNovelty suppressed feeding test-latency: distribution of feeding latencies (survival analyses): v-TK control vs v-TK restraintNormal and potentially non-normal groupsLog rank test (Mantel–Cox)p = 0.2
aa4CSucrose preference-habituation preferenceNormal distributiont testp = 0.02
bb4CSucrose preference-habituation consumption: effect of genotypeNormal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp = 0.3
cc4CSucrose preference-habituation consumption: effect of solutionNormal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp < 0.0001
dd4CSucrose preference-habituation consumption: interactionNormal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVAp = 0.007
ee4CSucrose preference-habituation consumption-v-WT vs v-TK waterNormal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVA with Sidak post hocp = 0.4
ff4CSucrose preference-habituation consumption: v-WT vs v-TK sucroseNormal distributionTwo-way repeated-measures ANOVA with Sidak post hocp = 0.01
gg4CSucrose preference acute 10 min testNormal distributiont testp = 0.03