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Table 8 Number and percentage of individuals with PTHS scoring within the atypical range on the SEQ

From: Behavioural and psychological characteristics in Pitt-Hopkins syndrome: a comparison with Angelman and Cornelia de Lange syndromes

N (%) within atypical range PTHS, N = 24
Total SEQ Median (IQR) 86.5 (15.98)
N (%) 23 (95.80)
Classification At risk
Hypo-responsiveness Median (IQR) 16.5 (6.25)
N (%) 23 (95.80)
Classification Deficient
Hyper-responsiveness Median (IQR) 31.2 (11.58)
N (%) 15 (62.50)
Classification At risk
Sensory-seeking Median (IQR) 42 (5.75)
N (%) 18 (75)
Classification At risk
Social contexts Median (IQR) 23.5 (7.25)
N (%) 22 (91.70)
Classification Deficient
Non-social contexts Median (IQR) 61.3 (11.50)
N (%) 18 (75)
Classification At risk
  1. Criterion cut-off points based on typically developing normative data [56]
  2. Total: typical range (33–74), at risk range (75–86) and deficient range (87–165). Hypo-responsitivity: typical range (6–10), at risk range (11–12) and deficient range (13–30). Hyper-responsitivity: typical range (14–29), at risk range (30–34) and deficient range (35–70). Sensory seeking: typical range (13–38), at risk range (39–47) and deficient range (48–65). Social contexts: typical range (10–18), at risk range (19–21) and deficient range (22–50). Non-social contexts: typical range (22–55), at risk range (56–65) and deficient range (66–11)