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Table 2 Results from three separate 2 (Face Race) × 2 (JOL type, Immediate vs Delayed) ANOVAs on d’ values, false alarm rates (FAR), and hit rates (HR)

From: Postdictive confidence (but not predictive confidence) predicts eyewitness memory accuracy

Exp.

Effect

d´

FAR

HR

F

df

\( {\eta}_p^2 \)

F

df

\( {\eta}_p^2 \)

F

df

\( {\eta}_p^2 \)

1

Face Race

6.52a

1, 189

0.03

5.77a

1, 189

0.03

0.26

1, 189

0.001

JOL type

10.44b

 

0.05

5.75a

 

0.03

1.39

 

0.01

Face Race × JOL type

5.08a

 

0.03

5.35a

 

0.03

0.17

 

0.001

2

Face Race

42.15c

1, 196

0.18

14.34c

1, 196

0.07

21.78c

1, 196

0.10

JOL type

2.57

 

0.01

1.08

 

0.01

5.33a

 

0.03

Face Race × JOL type

2.62

 

0.01

0.03

 

< 0.001

2.83

 

0.01

  1. df degrees of freedom per test
  2. Effect sizes reported are partial-eta squared. These statistics indicate that on all three measures of recognition memory accuracy, the effect size for the Cross-Race Effect was greater in Experiment 2 than Experiment 1
  3. ap < 0.05, bp < 0.01, cp < 0.001