TABLE 2

Hughes and Charlesworth’s results: Separate block variance components (and standard errors)

VAVE
InterceptSlopeInterceptSlopeX
Block 1
0.0007-0.00080.5490 (0.0512)-0.0466 (0.0136)0.0061 (0.0068)
0.00090.0047 (0.0611)-0.0001 (0.1636)
0.0009 (0.0513)
Block 2
0.03230.00680.7452 (0.0469)-0.0391 (0.0089)0.0056 (0.0048)
0.00140.0033 (0.0497)-0.0003 (0.1196)
0.0009 (0.0461)
Block 3
0.5472 (0.1558)0.0170 (0.0214)0.5457 (0.0562)-0.0364 (0.0110)0.0019 (0.0050)
0.0011 (0.1866)0.0032 (0.0536)0.0002 (0.1470)
0.0008 (0.0501)
Block 4
0.4058 (0.1686)-0.0036 (0.0329)0.5165 (0.0514)-0.0346 (0.0124)0.0021 (0.0066)
0.0020 (0.1582)0.0031 (0.0577)-0.0002 (0.1621)
0.0010 (0.0490)
Block 5
0.3269 (0.1836)-0.0302 (0.0624)0.8412 (0.0457)-0.0355 (0.0090)0.0040 (0.0046)
0.0037 (0.2209)0.0039 (0.0462)0.0004 (0.0864)
0.0009 (0.0474)
  • Where standard errors are not included, they were impossible to calculate due to singularity of the covariance matrix in question.