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Table 3 Correlations

From: Face processing in police service: the relationship between laboratory-based assessment of face processing abilities and performance in a real-world identity matching task

  Gender Education Age CFMT+ Hits False alarms
Gender .05 .18* .12  .02 − .16†
.11 − .01 .27† − .06
Education   − .01 − .08 .06 .12
Age    .15† .18* − .04
.05 − .07 .18
CFMT+     .30*** − .06
.36* − .37**
Hits      (.54) − .17*
(.65) − .08
False alarms       (.54)
(.65)
  1. The first row displays results of the first sample (N = 139), and the second row of the second sample (N = 47). Reliabilities (Cronbach’s alphas; Cronbach, 1951) are displayed in the diagonal in parentheses. †p < .10 two-tailed. *p < .05 two-tailed. **p < .01 two-tailed. ***p < .001 two-tailed. (-) No correlation could be calculated, because all subjects have the same education in Sample 2, because all subjects have a Bachelor’s degree