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Table 2 Multiple regression results for relevant survey predictors for committing hit and false alarm decisions in the ID matching task used in experiment 3

From: When experience does not promote expertise: security professionals fail to detect low prevalence fake IDs

  b SE b β
Outcome: match hits
Days of pre-employment ID-screening training .00 .02 − .01
Years of ID-screening experience .00 .00 − .10
Minutes of ID-screening during typical work shift .00 .00 − .03
Use of digital aids in screening (0 = No, 1 = Yes) .03 .03 .05
Outcome: mismatch false alarms
Days of ID-screening training .02 .03 .03
Years of ID-screening experience .00 .00 − .01
Minutes of ID-screening during typical shift .00 .00 .02
Use of digital aids in screening (0 = No, 1 = Yes) .12 .04 .17*
  1. *Indicates significant prediction p < .05
  2. Indicates marginal prediction p < .06