Skip to main content

Table 2 Participant characteristics and comparison statistic for children and adults with fragile X (FXS), Cornelia de Lange (CdLS), and Rubinstein-Taybi (RTS) syndromes

From: Visual preference for social stimuli in individuals with autism or neurodevelopmental disorders: an eye-tracking study

  FXS CdLS RTS p value
(n = 15) (n = 14) (n = 19)
CA mean (SD) 24.21 (8.61) 18.21 (5.59) 20.94 (11.94) .303a
Gender percentage female 0 57.14 73.68 <.001b
Adaptive behavior composite (SD) 47.80 (14.64) 51.29 (17.42) 47.89 (15.95) .798
Adaptive behaviour—communication (SD) 39.40 (17.56) 48.79 (21.94) 47.94 (17.70) .332
ADOS mean score (SD) 9.6 (5.25) NA NA NA
Participants meeting ASD cut-off 11 NA NA  
Participants meeting autism cut-off 5 NA NA  
  1. aParticipants were also matched on chronological age when compared separately (FXS versus CdLS: t (27) = 1.774, p = .087; FXS versus RTS: t (32) = .891, p = .380; CdLS versus RTS: t (31) = −.703, p = .487)
  2. bParticipants with CdLS and RTS were matched on gender (χ 2 (1) = .992, p = .319)