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Table 4 Associations between force variability and clinical symptoms across visual gain and somatosensory feedback conditions

From: Visual and somatosensory feedback mechanisms of precision manual motor control in autism spectrum disorder

Force variability
(Log SD)
Off On Low gain Med gain High gain
  N r N r N r N r N r
ADOS-CSS 43 .337 37 .188 43 .334 43 .331 42 .220
SP-2: visual 29 .094 26 .108 29 .240 29 .164 29 .060
Adolescent/Adult SP: visual 11 .053 9 .207 11 −.030 11 −.008 11 .076
SP-2: movement 29 .346 26 .145 29 .379 29 .353 29 .191
Adolescent/Adult SP: movement 11 .313 9 −.122 11 .180 11 .124 11 .406
BOT-2: fine motor control 40 −.306 35 −.406 40 −.309 40 −.376 39 −.293
  1. SD standard deviation, N sample size, R Pearson correlation coefficient, ADOS-CSS Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule Composite Severity Score, SP Sensory Profile, BOT-2 Bruininks-Osteretsky Test of Motor Proficiency, Second Edition