Supplementary Table S2 from A predicted interaction between odour pleasantness and intensity provides evidence for major histocompatibility complex social signalling in women
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Mixed-effects analyses of pleasantness scorings in the combined datasets of Probst et al.  and Wedekind et al. , testing the effects of the sharing of MHC antigens between donor and rater (dissimilar versus similar; “MHC”), odour intensity (“intensity”), and “study” (Probst et al.  versus Wedekind et al. ) as fixed factors, and rater identity or donor identity (“ID”) as random factors. The proportions of the total variance explained are based on REML variance component estimates (unbounded). Significant p-values are marked in bold.