Table 2

Performance characteristics and statistics of the temporal variables
Young Elderly ANOVA
ID M (SD) M (SD) Effect df F η2
Movement Time (ms)
3.5 338 (73) 747 (272)
4.0 372 (76) 754 (260) Age*** 1,16 18.25 .45
4.5 386 (90) 826 (248) ID*** 3,54 38.03 .11
5.0 415 (110) 840 (266) Age × ID 4,56 .62 .001
5.5 439 (101) 895 (282)
6.0 519 (133) 891 (286)
6.5 555 (119) 964 (300)
7.0 597 (106) 1008 (310)
7.5 638 (123) 1082 (373)
Deceleration Time (ms)
3.5 179 (42) 367 (167)
4.0 201 (44) 399 (188) Age** 1,16 12.02 .32
4.5 212 (46) 431 (160) ID*** 3,41 45.62 .19
5.0 227 (64) 465 (192) Age × ID 3,41 1.38 .006
5.5 242 (55) 520 (203)
6.0 309 (82) 523 (208)
6.5 333 (68) 586 (214)
7.0 374 (76) 637 (241)
7.5 416 (93) 692 (228)
Acceleration Time (ms)
3.5 159 (38) 380 (114)
4.0 171 (40) 355 (78) Age** 1,16 30.64 .60
4.5 175 (50) 395 (102) ID* 4,62 3.06 .01
5.0 188 (51) 375 (78) Age × ID* 4,62 2.84 .01
5.5 197 (54) 375 (87)
6.0 210 (63) 368 (89)
6.5 222 (56) 377 (100)
7.0 222 (54) 371 (75)
7.5 222 (52) 390 (114)

M = mean; SD = Standard Deviation; *p < .05, **p < .01, ***p < .001.

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Sleimen-Malkoun et al. BMC Neuroscience 2013 14:145   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-14-145

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