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Table 5 Linear regression analyses: MSEL examiner-based assessment

From: Quantitative trait variation in ASD probands and toddler sibling outcomes at 24 months

 Betaa95% CI lower95% CI upperp value
ELC model (n = 317)
 Proband VABS-II ABC0.300.090.500.004+
 Sibling sex− 0.29− 0.49− 0.100.003
 Group1.130.901.36< 0.0001
 Proband score x group− 0.22− 0.440.010.066
EL model (n = 324)
 Proband VABS-II EL0.340.140.55< 0.0001+
 Sibling sex− 0.18− 0.380.030.089
 Group0.800.571.04< 0.0001
 Proband score x group− 0.18− 0.420.050.122
RL model (n = 323)
 Proband VABS-II RL0.470.280.66< 0.0001+
 Sibling sex− 0.14− 0.330.050.140
 Group1.140.911.36< 0.0001
 Proband score x group− 0.39− 0.61− 0.17< 0.0001+
  1. ELC Early Learning Composite, EL expressive language, RL receptive language
  2. aStandardized beta coefficients from linear regression models. Reference groups for sibling sex and group are female (vs. male) and HR-ASD (vs. HR-NoASD), respectively. Full model results are shown in Additional file 1: Table S5
  3. +significant at p ≤ 0.008 after Bonferroni correction for main and interacting effects of proband score (6 comparisons)