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Followup Scheffe tests and, if variances across groups were not homogeneous, Games-Howell tests. We used a Bonferroni correction within measure. Effect sizes (eta2) are reported for the main effects of the ANOVAs and can be interpreted as follows: 0.01 (small), 0.06 (medium), and 0.14 (large).28 We also conducted secondary analyses of covariance for cooccurring symptom variables, controlling for (
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. Recognition that the music stimuli have aesthetic value; 3. Experience of certain. Recognition that the music stimuli have aesthetic value; 3. Experience of certain psychological benefits, which depend on the following factors, individually or in combination: a. Evocation of memories related to particular musical pieces or pieces similar to them; b. Personality traits; c. Social context; d
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Followup Scheffe tests and, if variances across groups were not homogeneous, Games-Howell tests. We used a Bonferroni correction within measure. Effect sizes (eta2) are reported for the main effects of the ANOVAs and can be interpreted as follows: 0.01 (small), 0.06 (medium), and 0.14 (large).28 We also conducted secondary analyses of covariance for cooccurring symptom variables, controlling for (
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Erg equilibrium theory: differences between observed and expected not significantdoi:10.1371/journal.Erg equilibrium theory: differences between observed and expected not significantdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0133732.tin Table 5 are the evolved values multiplied by 103), while the competition-tradeoff and movement-threshold parameter exhibit considerably less variation (around -0.03 to 0.04,
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. Recognition that the music stimuli have aesthetic value; 3. Experience of certain. Recognition that the music stimuli have aesthetic value; 3. Experience of certain psychological benefits, which depend on the following factors, individually or in combination: a. Evocation of memories related to particular musical pieces or pieces similar to them; b. Personality traits; c. Social context; d
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Erg equilibrium theory: differences between observed and expected not significantdoi:10.1371/journal.Erg equilibrium theory: differences between observed and expected not significantdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0133732.tin Table 5 are the evolved values multiplied by 103), while the competition-tradeoff and movement-threshold parameter exhibit considerably less variation (around -0.03 to 0.04,
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. Recognition that the music stimuli have aesthetic value; 3. Experience of certain. Recognition that the music stimuli have aesthetic value; 3. Experience of certain psychological benefits, which depend on the following factors, individually or in combination: a. Evocation of memories related to particular musical pieces or pieces similar to them; b. Personality traits; c. Social context; d
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Erg equilibrium theory: differences between observed and expected not significantdoi:10.1371/journal.Erg equilibrium theory: differences between observed and expected not significantdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0133732.tin Table 5 are the evolved values multiplied by 103), while the competition-tradeoff and movement-threshold parameter exhibit considerably less variation (around -0.03 to 0.04,