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Table 5 Sub-component analysis results

From: The reach-to-grasp movement in infants later diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder: a high-risk sibling cohort study

Component Sub-component Group Age Sex Interaction effects Post hoc groupO
F p F p F p
Orient A. Engage .63 .53 5.33 .001* 2.27 .13 No NA
B. Disengage 3.38 .04* 18.65 .001* 1.12 .29 No a < b, c
Lift A. Elbow flex 4.61 .01* 44.56 .001* .62 .43 No a < c
B. Digits flex 4.33 .02* 23.79 .001* 2.57 .11 No a < c
C. Supinate 3.77 .03* 34.01 .001* 6.53 .01*^ No b < c
D. Tips to midline 3.91 .02* 24.12 .001* 2.88 .09 No a < c
Advance A. Hand path .86 .43 37.47 .001* 1.76 .19 No NA
B. Hand to target 2.53 .08 56.89 .001* .001 .98 Yes1 NA
C. Trunk lean 1.58 .21 1.04 .40 1.41 .24 No NA
Pronation A. Digits open 4.02 .02* 15.87 .001* 8.71 .004*^ No a < c
B. Knuckle 6.57 .002* 43.81 .001* 9.24 .003*^ No c > a, b
C. Elbow extend 3.39 .04* 4.17 .001* 5.65 .019*^ Yes1234 b < c
Grasp A. Appropriate grasp .13 .88 13.03 .001* .11 .75 Yes1 NA
B. Wrist extenda .60 .55 10.51 .001* 2.95 .09 No NA
  1. a LR control; b HR-N, c HR-ASD, NA not applicable; *Significantly different at p < .05, OBenjamini and Hochberg corrected p value
  2. 1Age × sex interaction
  3. 2Group × sex interaction
  4. 3Age × sex interaction
  5. 4Group × age × sex interaction
  6. ^Boys < girls