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Table 3 Association between postural control and clinical/demographic features for individuals with ASD and TD control participants

From: Postural control processes during standing and step initiation in autism spectrum disorder

 AgeFSIQHeightWeightADI-R CommADOS-2 RRB
ASD
 Neutral COPML− 0.60*− 0.12− 0.57*− 0.31− 0.020.55*
 Neutral MI0.40− 0.140.410.490.320.04
 Neutral length− 0.71**− 0.17− 0.68**− 0.44− 0.240.33
 ROM1 MI0.50*− 0.150.58*0.480.30− 0.24
 ROM1 length− 0.69**0.16− 0.69**− 0.39− 0.150.25
 Circle MI0.58*− 0.070.60*0.57*0.490.09
 Circle length− 0.43− 0.04− 0.35− 0.38− 0.340.20
 Body transfer duration0.59*− 0.160.65**0.64**0.53*− 0.04
 Body transfer mean velocity− 0.61*0.09− 0.67**− 0.51*− 0.500.18
 Body transfer ML0.060.120.06− 0.11− 0.07− 0.55*
TD
 Neutral COPML− 0.62**0.13− 0.45− 0.44
 Neutral MI− 0.09− 0.06−0.080.06
 Neutral length− 0.59**< − 0.01−0.47− 0.44
 ROM1 MI0.63**0.200.52*0.39
 ROM1 length− 0.57**0.15−0.40− 0.38
 Circle MI0.52*− 0.020.52*0.39
 Circle length0.06< −0.01−0.01− 0.01
 Body transfer duration0.73**0.220.75**0.82**
 Body transfer mean velocity− 0.42− 0.07− 0.43− 0.43
 Body transfer ML0.440.320.68**0.48
  1. Note. Neutral Neutral stance condition, ROM1 Romberg one condition, Circle Circular sway condition, COPML COP SD in the ML direction, COPAP COP SD in the AP direction, MI mutual information, Body transfer ML maximum lateral sway of body transportation phase
  2. *p < 0.05 level; **p < 0.01 level
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