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I think I'm overthinking it, but this p-value for the exp.c:anx.c interaction (3.84e-09) is significant, right? In other words, it's much smaller than 0.001? Irrational numbers are confusing for me, and I also have a negative t-value that is throwing me off.
I'm also confused at the bottom where it shows: p-value: < 2.2e-16, what does this mean? Overall for the model?