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Table 2 Age and scores of nine autistic participants able to complete any WISC-IV subtest, or Leiter-R

From: Autistic children at risk of being underestimated: school-based pilot study of a strength-informed assessment

Participant Age Block design Matrix reasoning Picture concepts Coding PRI Leiter-R (standard; pc) RCPM (raw; pc)
1 10:3 10 3 1 3 66 79; 8 29; 63
2 9:2 8 7 - - - 93; 32 31; 83
3 7:2 15 10 - - - - 27; 90
4 10:4 5 1 - - - 61; 0.5 22; 19
5 7:6 - 11 - - - 84; 14 29; 90
6 9:3 - 12 - - - - 32; 83
7 9:5 - - - - - 69; 2 8; <5
8 8:8 - - - - - 56; 0.2 13; 7
9 11:2 - - - - - 45; 0.01 16; <5
  1. Note: Age is years:months. Standardized WISC-IV subtest (M = 10; SD = 3) and PRI (M = 100; SD = 15) scores were obtained using Canadian norms. Leiter-R (Visualization and Reasoning Battery) scores (M = 100; SD = 15; percentiles) were obtained using American norms. PRI, Perceptual Reasoning Index; RCPM, Raven’s Colored Progressive Matrices; pc, percentile.