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Table 3 Correlations between behavioural characteristics and social attention, and between participant characteristics and social attention

From: Differential effects of anxiety and autism on social scene scanning in males with fragile X syndrome

  Fragile X syndrome Typically developing
  Face
r p (p)
Body
r p (p)
Background
r p (p)
Face
r p (p)
Body
r s (p)
Background
r s (p)
Social phobia .687
(.028)
−.311
(.981)
−.161
(.657)
−.059
(.890)
−.024
(.955)
−.539
(.168)
Total anxiety score .742
(.014)
−.153
(.673)
−.250
(.486)
−.265
(.525)
.120
(.776)
−.663
(.073)
Total SCQ score −.720
(.029)
.077
(.845)
.099
(.800)
−.660
(.053)
.017
(.965)
−.792
(.011)
Chronological age .593
(.055)
−.105
(.758)
.165
(.627)
.166
(.627)
−.082
(.811)
.191
(.574)
Receptive language .383
(.246)
.073
(.831)
.422
(.196)
−.178
(.601)
.178
(.601)
.483
(.132)
  1. Correlation matrix for correlations between dwell time on face, body, and background AOI with (1) social phobia, as measured by the SCAS-P, (2) total anxiety score on the SCAS-P, (3) social communication impairment, as measured by the SCQ, (4) chronological age, and (5) receptive language raw score, as measured by the BPVS