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Research Article

Cognitive and Affective Correlates of Temperament in Parkinson's Disease

Table 1

Response times (and ) in milliseconds for the PD and control participants in the novelty attention task.

Parkinson’sControl
Level of noveltyNovelRepetitiveNovelRepetitive

1417 (85)425 (85)377 (60)383 (63)
2409 (90)416 (83)370 (54)380 (60)
3411 (95)415 (89)361 (47)371(58)
4420 (92)416 (88)372 (59)380 (56)
5409 (94)416 (96)368 (60)386 (69)
6398 (96)418 (89)375 (69)382 (71)
7406 (99)418 (92)366 (55)371 (55)

“Novel” indicates when the target appeared in conjunction with the novel stimuli and “Repetitive” indicates when it appeared in conjunction with the repetitive stimuli. The level of novelty ranges from when a novel shape was shown for the very first time (1) to when it had been shown 7 times.

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