Table 3.

Peak latencies in response to the [da] presented in quieta

PeakNoneLittleModerate
2324.15 (0.97)24.49 (0.74)23.37 (0.87)
3333.75 (1.04)33.87 (1.28)33.13 (0.52)
4343.69 (0.44)43.39 (0.58)43.17 (0.54)
5353.72 (0.63)53.36 (0.63)53.08 (0.47)
6363.51 (0.43)63.37 (0.37)63.15 (0.40)
7373.69 (0.8573.44 (0.46)73.20 (0.44)
8383.85 (1.2783.38 (0.48)83.23 (0.41)
9393.76 (1.03)93.60 (1.15)93.24 (0.43)
103103.92 (1.54)103.43 (0.46)103.43 (1.08)
113113.87 (1.14)113.58 (0.89)113.14 (0.33)
123123.63 (0.68)123.49 (0.54)123.25 (0.37)
133134.00 (1.45)133.56 (0.63)133.29 (0.39)
143143.10 (1.61)143.44 (0.55)143.25 (0.37)
153153.90 (1.29)153.42 (0.50)153.42 (0.74)
163164.04 (1.72)163.52 (0.58)163.21 (0.42)
  • aFirst five rows (peaks 23, 33, 43, 53, 63) refer to the CV transition region of the response where timing differs as a function of group. The group with the most training (Moderate) exhibits the fastest timing in response to the CV transition. Means are reported with SDs.