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Table 2 Frequencies of hits (H), misses (M), false alarms (FA) and correct rejections (CR) across signal valence conditions and group on the go/no-go task

From: Bias and discriminability during emotional signal detection in melancholic depression

Positive
Group H M FA CR Hit Rate False Alarm Rate d
Melancholic depression 911 169 100 979 0.84 0.09 2.33
Non-Mel depression 979 101 141 939 0.91 0.13 2.47
Control 964 115 134 945 0.89 0.12 2.40
Negative
Group H M FA CR Hit Rate False Alarm Rate d
Melancholic depression 1007 71 88 991 0.93 0.08 2.88
Non-Mel depression 1041 39 72 1007 0.96 0.06 3.31
Control 1008 70 83 997 0.93 0.07 2.95
Neutral
Group H M FA CR Hit Rate False Alarm Rate d
Melancholic depression 809 271 213 864 0.75 0.20 1.52
Non-Mel depression 861 216 221 858 0.80 0.20 1.68
Control 908 171 177 903 0.84 0.16 1.99
  1. d′ is presented as a function of hit and false alarm rates.
  2. (NB: within conditions, not all participant’s scores summed to the total number of trials because pre-emptive responses were not recorded - however, d′ was calculated for the total number of trials).