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Whatever you want: Inconsistent results are the rule, not the exception, in the study of primate brain evolution

Table 6

The change in p-value for each predictor when altering concomitant predictors using neocortex size as dependent variable.

Read as follows: the focal predictor in the first column was estimated to a lowest p-value (out of all the 32 models the focal predictor where included in) shown in the second column when using the concomitant predictors shown in column three. Likewise, the maximum p-value shown in column four, were estimated using concomitant predictors in column five. N = 40.

Table 6