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Table 2 Means and standard deviations of t-Corsiand d-Corsi tests

From: Comparison of the touch-screen and traditional versions of the Corsi block-tapping test in patients with psychosis and healthy controls

  n t-Corsi FW d-CorsiFW t-CorsiBW d-Corsi BW
M SD M SD M SD M SD
Patients 45 7.56 2.18 7.60 1.85 6.73 2.01 6.64 2.56
Healthy controls 45 9.51 1.91 9.56 2.14 8.40 1.88 9.02 2.49
Procedure A 46 8.48 2.19 8.67 2.17 7.48 2.24 7.96 2.86
Procedure B 44 8.59 2.35 8.48 2.29 7.66 1.98 7.70 2.71
Patients (A) 23 7.78 2.27 7.74 1.81 6.91 2.35 6.91 3.11
Healthy controls (A) 23 9.17 1.92 9.61 2.12 8.04 2.03 9.0 2.19
Patients (B) 22 7.32 2.10 7.45 1.92 6.55 1.62 6.36 1.84
Healthy controls (B) 22 9.86 1.88 9.50 2.20 8.77 1.68 9.05 2.82
Patients’ timinga 45    8.19 6.82    7.09 2.95
Healthy controls’ timingsa 45    6.74 3.09    7.31 5.25
All participants 90 8.53 2.26 8.58 2.22 7.57 2.11 7.83 2.78
  1. Note: A = first t-Corsi test followed by d-Corsi test; B = first d-Corsi test followed by t-Corsi test; aReaction time divided by the number of trials completed