Figure | Statistical test used | Main effects | Post hoc (LSD test) |
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Figure 2C
Across frequencies | Two-way RM ANOVA | Location: F_{(1,24)} = 3.261; p = 0.0835Frequency: F_{(29,696)} = 2.400; p < 0.0001Location × frequency: F_{(29,696)} = 0.6265; p = 0.9383 | |

Figure 2D, δ | Paired t test | t_{(12)} = 2.580, p = 0.02 | |

Figure 2E, θ | Paired t test | t_{(12)} = 1.934, p = 0.08 | |

Figure 2F, β | Paired t test | t_{(12)} = 1.639, p = 0.13 | |

Figure 3C, δ | Unpaired t test | t_{(11)} = 2.353, p = 0.04 | |

Figure 3D, θ | Unpaired t test | t_{(11)} = 1.264, p = 0.23 | |

Figure 3E, % time in nest | Unpaired t test | t_{(11)} = 0.09022, p = 0.9297 | |

Figure 3F, % time nipple-attached | Unpaired t test | t_{(10)} = 0.4373, p = 0.6712 | |

Figure 4C, δ | One-way ANOVA | F_{(3,12)} = 4.704, p = 0.0215 | SAL-FLX vs SAL-SAL: p = 0.012SAL-FLX vs KET-FLX: p = 0.008SAL-FLX vs KET-SAL: p = 0.010SAL-SAL vs KET-FLX: p = 0.829SAL-SAL vs KET-SAL: p = 0.920KET-FLX vs KET-SAL: p = 0.908 |

Figure 4E, USVs | One-way ANOVA | F_{(3,20)} = 2.039, p = 0.1407 |

SAL = saline, FLX = fluoxetine, KET = ketanserin.