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Table 4 LGDM comparison MLM results

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

Effect Lower mu Upper mu
Condition F (1,1541) = 12.18, p< .001 F(1,1541) = 0.69, p = .406
Group F(1,9.33) = 0.24, p = .634 F(1,7.79) = 0.03, p = .865
Condition by group F(1,1541) = 0.01, p = .914 F(1,1541) = 0.06, p = .809
Slope F(1,1541) = 0.01, p = .904 F(1,1541) = 0.52, p = .469
Slope by condition F (1,1541) = 4.14, p= .042 F(1,1541) = 0.04, p = .849
Slope by group F (1,1541) = 4.11, p= .043 F(1,1541) = 2.98, p = .084
Slope by condition by group F(1,1541) = 1.55, p = .213 F(1,1541) = 0.16, p = .687
VIQ F(1,7) = 0.71, p = .426 F(1,7) = 2.71, p = .144
NVIQ F(1,7) = 1.6, p = .246 F(1,7) = 0.86, p = .385
Age F(1,7) = 0.09, p = .776 F(1,7) = 0.08, p = .785
Gender F(1,7) = 1.56, p = .252 F(1,7) = 4.41, p = .074
  1. Multilevel model results for genetically guided comparison by group (LGDM E+ vs. LGDM E−) for lower mu (8–10 Hz) and upper mu (10–12 Hz) attenuation. Bold denotes significant effect
  2. Abbreviations: LGDM E+ likely gene-disrupting mutations primarily expressed during embryonic development, LGDM E− likely gene-disrupting mutations not primarily expressed during embryonic development
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