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Table 2.

Fixed Effects for the Three Separate Mixed Effects Models for Action Understanding, Liking, and Familiarity

Fixed effects in modelValue/CoefficientSEtCorrelation between model and data
Action understanding Intercept 233.60 23.83 9.80 .78 
Musician 85.63 26.18 3.27 
Musician-pianist 84.77 26.18 3.24 
 AV vs. AO 33.13 5.59 5.93  
Liking Intercept 3.84 0.25 15.24 .74 
Musician 0.75 0.24 3.12 
Musician-pianist 0.65 0.24 2.72 
 AV vs. AO 0.31 0.06 5.51  
Familiarity Intercept 3.57 0.24 14.61 .74 
Musician 0.43 0.34 1.27 
Musician-pianist 0.87 0.34 2.56 
AV vs. AO na na na 
Fixed effects in modelValue/CoefficientSEtCorrelation between model and data
Action understanding Intercept 233.60 23.83 9.80 .78 
Musician 85.63 26.18 3.27 
Musician-pianist 84.77 26.18 3.24 
 AV vs. AO 33.13 5.59 5.93  
Liking Intercept 3.84 0.25 15.24 .74 
Musician 0.75 0.24 3.12 
Musician-pianist 0.65 0.24 2.72 
 AV vs. AO 0.31 0.06 5.51  
Familiarity Intercept 3.57 0.24 14.61 .74 
Musician 0.43 0.34 1.27 
Musician-pianist 0.87 0.34 2.56 
AV vs. AO na na na 

Note: For each model, the (absolute) Values or Coefficients that are more than twice as large as the associated SE (ratio shown in the t column) are conservatively read as statistically significant at p < .05 level. Some of the coefficients are significant at lower probability levels, but the critical factor is that the coefficients (i.e., effect sizes) of the statistically significant predictors (all but one in the table) can be considered in relation to the scales on which the modeled values are expressed (e.g., the Likert ranges). The two musician group coefficients are with reference to the nonmusician group. Random effects (intercepts) were included in each model for participant and piece (not shown). na = not included in model.

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