Table 1.

Summary of statistics

Source figureTestSample size (n)Test statisticspPower α = 0.05
3DMann-Whitney UWithin, 300; across, 4068U = 301,457<0.00011
4DMann-Whitney UWithin, 252; across, 5874U = 559,821<0.00010.99
4FKruskal-Wallis HFull, 5875; ipsilateral, 5791; frontal, 5874; contralateral, 5874H = 23,413<0.0001 for all1
4GKruskal-Wallis HIpsilateral, 700; frontal, 700; contralateral, 700H = 533.1<0.0001 for all1
5AKruskal-Wallis HOT, 193; Field L, 300; AAr, 252H = 19.3OT vs Field L = 0.0006 Field L vs AAr = 0.00071
5BMann-Whitney UField L, 4068; AAr, 5974U = 5,671,377<0.00011
5CMann-Whitney UField L, 469; AAr, 493U = 361,864<0.00010.99
6AKruskal-Wallis HOT, 168; Field L, 225; AAr, 48H = 8.93OT vs AAr = 0.00880.985
6BKruskal-Wallis HOT, 332; Field L, 259; AAr, 302H = 95.6OT vs Field L < 0.0001 OT vs AAr = 0.0003 Field L vs AAr < 0.00011
6BKruskal-Wallis HOT, 359; Field L, 268; AAr, 323H = 90.6OT vs AAr < 0.0001 Field L vs AAr < 0.00011
6CKruskal-Wallis HOT, 102; Field L, 121; AAr, 142H = 63.7OT vs FL < 0.0001; OT vs AAr = 0.0093 FL vs AAr < 0.00011
6DKruskal-Wallis HOT, 232; Field L, 294; AAr, 235H = 28.9OT vs FL < 0.0001; OT vs AAr = 0.0049 FL vs AAr = 0.0341
7BKruskal-Wallis HOT, 116; Field L, 102; AAr, 219H = 172.4OT vs AAr < 0.0001 Field L vs AAr < 0.00011
7CKruskal-Wallis HOT, 136; Field L, 83; AAr, 207H = 184OT vs FL = 0.0067 OT vs AAr < 0.0001; FL vs AAr < 0.00011
8AWilcoxon TOT, 168T = 14,196<0.00011
8AWilcoxon TField L, 225T = 25,425<0.00011
8AWilcoxon TAAr, 48T = 1,176<0.00011
  • Test statistics; U for Mann-Whitney, H for Kruskal-Wallis, and T for Wilcoxon.