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Table 2 Secondary contrasts run in Experiment 1

From: You don’t have to tell a story! A registered report testing the effectiveness of narrative versus non-narrative misinformation corrections

# Contrast Effect F(1,768) η 2p p
  Immediate     
1 noMI < noC Effect of uncorrected misinformation against no-misinformation baseline 360.89 .320 < .001*
2 noMI < NN Continued influence effect of misinformation (non-narrative correction) 11.62 .015 ≤ .001*
3 noMI < N Continued influence effect of misinformation (narrative correction) 5.64 .007 .018*
4 noC > NN Effectiveness of non-narrative correction relative to no-correction baseline 238.94 .237 < .001*
5 noC > N Effectiveness of narrative correction relative to no-correction baseline 249.53 .245 < .001*
  Delayed     
1 noMI < noC Effect of uncorrected misinformation against no-misinformation baseline 195.86 .203 < .001*
2 noMI < NN Continued influence effect of misinformation (non-narrative correction) 9.85 .013 .002*
3 noMI < N Continued influence effect of misinformation (narrative correction) 9.29 .012 .002*
4 noC > NN Effectiveness of non-narrative correction relative to no-correction baseline 118.81 .134 < .001*
5 noC > N Effectiveness of narrative correction relative to no-correction baseline 111.30 .127 < .001*
  1. *indicates statistical significance following Holm-Bonferroni correction