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The HTML version of this article was scanned on 5 August 2016 for statistical results (\(t\), \(r\), \(F\), \(\chi^2\), and \(Z\) values) reported in APA format (for specifics, see Nuijten, Hartgerink, et al. 2015). An automatically generated report follows.

The scan detected 5 statistical results in APA format, of which 3 contained potentially incorrect statistical results, of which 1 may change statistical significance (\(\alpha\)=0.05). Potential one-tailed results were taken into account when “one-sided”, “one-tailed”, or “directional” occurred in the text. The errors that may change statistical significance were reported as:

\(t(67)=-0.436, p<0.001\) (recalculated \(p\)-value: 0.66424)

The errors that may affect the computed \(p\)-value (but not the statistical significance) were reported as:

\(F(1,126)=2.1, p>0.90\) (recalculated \(p\)-value: 0.14978)

\(t(67)=-1.02, p=0.35\) (recalculated \(p\)-value: 0.31140)

Note that these are not definitive results and require manual inspection to definitively assess whether results are erroneous.

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