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Table 2 Results of Simulation 3

From: The effect of noise-induced variance on parameter recovery from reaction times

  μ σ τ
Effect size No noise Noise No noise Noise No noise Noise
10 ms d = 0.31 d = 0.30 d = 0.53 d = 0.48 d = 0.40 d = 0.35
n 80% = 84 n 80% = 90 n 80% = 30 n 80% = 37 n 80% = 52 n 80% = 67
20 ms d = 0.90 d = 0.77 d = 1.13 d = 0.96 d = 0.67 d = 0.61
n 80% = 12 n 80% = 16 n 80% = 9 n 80% = 11 n 80% = 20 n 80% = 24
30 ms d = 1.37 d = 1.18 d = 1.57 d = 1.31 d = 1.04 d = 0.99
n 80% = 7 n 80% = 8 n 80% = 6 n 80% = 7 n 80% = 10 n 80% = 11
40 ms d = 1.42 d = 1.27 d = 1.85 d = 1.65 d = 1.36 d = 1.26
n 80% = 7 n 80% = 8 n 80% = 5 n 80% = 6 n 80% = 7 n 80% = 8
50 ms d = 2.18 d = 1.88 d = 2.40 d = 2.11 d = 1.44 d = 1.36
n 80% = 4 n 80% = 5 n 80% = 4 n 80% = 5 n 80% = 6 n 80% = 7
  1. Note. Cohen’s d estimates for the size of the comparison between the control condition and the experimental condition. n 80% denotes the number of participants that would be needed to achieve 80 % statistical power in a two-tailed t-test for related samples, given the effect size denoted by d and an α of .05
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