### Table 4 Tests of linear trends

2004

"... In PAGE 14: ... This is a common analytical technique in skill-acquisition research (Ackerman, 1992). The results of this analysis are shown in Table4 . These results indicate that as expected, the correlations between performance and RPM scores for all three tasks remain stable regardless of task practice ( pN0.... ..."

### Table 1. Mean temperatures implied by the seasonal linear trend model (3)

2003

"... In PAGE 7: ...These different seasonal and trend effects imply that there are twelve linear trend functions, and the implications of these estimated trends are shown in Table1 . The months from October to April have seen small annual trend increases in temperature, ranging from 0.... ..."

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### Table 2: Rejection Frequencies for a Linear Trend a) Empirical size

2002

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### TABLE VI Linear trend rates for meteorological variables affecting PET rates

### Table 7: Sizes of Tests for 3-dimensional VAR(1), r = 0 or 1 ( 2 = 3 = 1), = 1 Test Assumptions for 1 = 1 1 = 0:9 1 = 0:8 1 = 0:7

"... In PAGE 66: ....2.4.1 Sizes of Tests DGP with Linear Trend Term ( = 1) The simulation results for the empirical sizes of the tests are presented in Table7 . The rst group of tests is correctly applied if = 1 in the DGP.... ..."

### TABLE 2. Age-Adjusted Mean Levels and Prevalence of Risk Factors According to Blood Pressure Category

1998

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### Table 1 Number of subsequent spikes removed from a linear trend without noise.

"... In PAGE 15: ...the combined RMH and RMMH this is true only if the shift is in the same direction as the trend, just like for the combined FMH. Table1 summarizes these results. Table 1 Number of subsequent spikes removed from a linear trend without noise.... ..."

### Table 8: Sizes of Tests for 3-dimensional VAR(1), r = 0 or 1 ( 2 = 3 = 1), = 0 Test Assumptions for 1 = 1 1 = 0:9 1 = 0:8 1 = 0:7

"... In PAGE 67: ...020 Note: Sample size T = 100, nominal signi cance level 0.05 DGP without Linear Trend Table8 shows simulation results for = 0. In this case, substantial overrejections occur for LRi and LRi ta.... ..."

### Table A.3 Johansen Cointegration Test: I(1) Analysis With Linear Trend in the Data

2001

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