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  • Philipp Gunz
  • Amanda K. Tilot
  • Katharina Wittfeld
  • Alexander Teumer
  • Chin Yang Shapland
  • Theo G.M. van Erp
  • Michael Dannemann
  • Benjamin Vernot
  • Simon Neubauer
  • Tulio Guadalupe
  • Guillén Fernández
  • Han G. Brunner
  • Wolfgang Enard
  • James Fallon
  • Norbert Hosten
  • Uwe Völker
  • Fabio Di Vincenzo
  • Giorgio Manzi
  • Janet Kelso
  • Beate St. Pourcain
  • Jean Jacques Hublin
  • Barbara Franke
  • Svante Pääbo
  • Fabio Macciardi
  • Hans J. Grabe
  • Simon E. Fisher

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JournalCurrent Biology
DatePublished - 4 Mar 2019
Issue number5
Volume29
Number of pages1
Pages (from-to)895
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

(Current Biology 29, 120–127.e1–e5; January 7, 2019) During collation of Supplemental Information accompanying this article (Data S1), an Excel importing error affected all values that were in scientific notation in the original text file of summary association statistics. However, all data values reported in the paper and shown in the figures are correct, and this error in formatting the Supplemental Information for publication did not have any impact on the analysis, results, or conclusions described in the published article. Data S1 has now been updated in the article online to correct the error. The original plain text file was deposited prior to manuscript submission at The Language Archive (https://corpus1.mpi.nl/), a public data archive hosted by the MPI for Psycholinguistics, and it can be freely accessed through the persistent identifier https://hdl.handle.net/1839/a7665b50-5e3c-41f9-8e8e-f0cc209e9be1. The authors apologize for the error and any confusion that may have resulted.

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