Table 1: The pattern of effects in all experiments—collapsing (averaging) blocks.

Experiment

Effect

Total time

Error time

Effect pattern

Significance

Effect pattern

Significance

Order group

D2C3 ~ C3D2

D2C3 > C3D2

Initial*

Presentation type

D2 > C3

D2 > C3

Interaction

D2-1st D2-2nd ~ C3-1st C3-2nd

D2-1st D2-2nd ~> C3-1st C3-2nd

Order group

D2C2 ~ C2D2

D2C2 ~ C2D2

1

Presentation type

D2 ~ C2

D2 > C2

Interaction

D2-1st D2-2nd > C2-1st C2-2nd

D2-1st D2-2nd > C2-1st C2-2nd

Order group

C2C3 > C3C2

C2C3 ~ C3C2

2

Presentation type

C2 > C3

C2 > C3

Interaction

C2-1st C2-2nd > C3-1st C3-2nd

C2-1st C2-2nd ~> C3-1st C3-2nd

1st: first block. 2nd: second block. D2: Dis-2D; C2: Col-2D; C3: Col-3D. > a significant effect and its direction. > a marginally significant effect and its direction. ~ a nonsignificant effect. *information for the Initial experiment (Lev et al. [7]).