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Table 2 Specific n sizes, mean scores, standard deviation, and range for global and subscale measures of social-emotional health, autism severity, and quality of life

From: Examining social competence, self-perception, quality of life, and internalizing and externalizing symptoms in adolescent females with and without autism spectrum disorder: a quantitative design including between-groups and correlational analyses

Participant type ASD No ASD Parents—ASD
  N Mean (SD) N Mean (SD) N Mean (SD)
SSIS—SS Composite 19 89.16 (13.93) 28 115.71 (11.26) 23 76.43 (12.34)
SSIS Communication 21 12.24 (3.67) 28 16.25 (1.92) 23 12.61 (3.03)
SSIS Cooperation 20 13.65 (2.48) 28 18.57 (2.03) 23 10.91 (2.88)
SSIS Empathy 21 12.33 (3.69) 28 15.93 (2.48) 23 10.65 (3.42)
SSIS Engagement 20 10.95 (4.16) 28 17.96 (3.10) 23 9.30 (3.50)
SSIS—PB Composite 21 117.29 (17.49) 28 87.71 (6.85) 23 132.91 (13.09)
SSIS Internalizing 20 15.25 (5.96) 28 2.54 (2.30) 23 14.52 (4.81)
SSIS Externalizing 21 11.81 (7.47) 28 3.29 (2.22) 23 11.43 (4.48)
SPPA—Global Self Worth 15 2.34 (0.83) 22 3.72 (0.32) n/a n/a
SSIS Autism Raw Score n/a n/a n/a n/a 23 20.48 (4.91)
YQOL Quality of Life—Gen 12 62.5 (28.78) 22 96.06 (8.58) n/a n/a
YQOL Quality of Life—Total 12 61.65 (16.0) 22 93.64 (8.57) n/a n/a
  1. Note: Standard deviation and range presented in parentheses below n size for each measure and participant group. SS social skills, PB problem behavior