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Table 1 Participant characterization

From: Exploring the heterogeneity of neural social indices for genetically distinct etiologies of autism

   Age VIQ NVIQ SRS
Group N (n female) M (SD) M (SD) Range M (SD) Range M (SD) Range
TYP 13 (3) 11.30 (3.79) 118.54 (12.07) 99–146 110.46 (7.91) 98–128 43.54 (3.73) 37–51
ASD-NON 13 (3) 10.26 (3.59) 104.62 (18.74) 66–134 109.54 (18.71) 85–138 74.62 (10.15) 62–90
ASD-LGDM 13 (3) 13.38 (2.92) 54.54 (32.45) 16–136 53.08 (30.42) 22–137 74.15 (16.31) 45–103
 LGDM E+ 7 (2) 8.23 (3.39) 51.83 (22.32) 24–84 48.67 (22.31) 22–86 81 (17.62) 55–103
 LGDM E− 6 (1) 9.08 (3.10) 56.86 (40.96) 16–136 56.86 (37.41) 31–137 68.29 (13.65) 45–84
  1. Participant characterization is provided for comparison groups (typical development, TYP; autism spectrum disorder nonrelated to a known genetic etiology, ASD-NON) and likely gene-disruptive mutations (LGDM), as well as the genetically guided clustering of LGDM with (E+) and without (E−) a primary role in embryonic development
  2. Abbreviations: VIQ verbal intelligence quotient, NVIQ nonverbal intelligence quotient, SRS-2 Social Responsiveness Scale-2
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