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Fig. 1 | Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders

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From: An emotion recognition subtyping approach to studying the heterogeneity and comorbidity of autism spectrum disorders and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder

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Box: emotion recognition classes identified in the current study across patients with pure and comorbid ASD and ADHD, their unaffected siblings, and controls. Each line represents the emotion recognition profile (mean factor scores − speed and accuracy of IFE and AP tasks ± 1 S.E.) for each class. Lower scores represent faster reaction time and fewer errors made. An age covariate was applied. Lower panel: pie charts represent the within-class weighted proportions of each diagnostic group. For each class, diagnostic groups were weighted using a weighting coefficient of %within diagnostic group/% within-class. Right panel: pie charts represent the proportion of each diagnostic group across each class

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