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Table 1 Demographic and cognitive characteristics of the participants

From: Name recognition in autism: EEG evidence of altered patterns of brain activity and connectivity

Subject Hand IQ Subject Hand IQ ADI-R ADOS
Verbal Perf. Full Verbal Perf. Full Social (10) Com. (8) RSB (3) Social (4) Com. (2)
C1 R 111 126 118 A1 R 124 93 111 16 21 7 5 2
C2 R 139 122 132 A2 R 114 123 118 24 17 9 12 4
C3 R 107 114 110 A3 R 108 122 114 30 26 12 9 6
C4 R 99 93 97 A4 R 100 69 86 25 23 7 3• 3
C5 R 116 126 121 A5 R 119 122 121 25 17 5 9 3
C6 R 111 108 110 A6 R 108 83 97 21 22 8 6 6
C7 R 86 99 91 A7 R 85 95 89 30 20 12 13 4
C8 R 114 112 113 A8 R 101 105 103 21 20 7 6 4
C9 R 130 97 116 A9 R 109 103 106 27 23 12 6 3
C10 R 130 123 128 A10 R 125 107 117 25 22 10 7 3
C11 R 86 93 89 A11 R 96 109 102 25 23 8 8 5
C12 R 120 112 117 A12 R 116 93 106 27 21 11 8 3
C13 L 110 110 110 A13 L 113 112 113 25 20 6 11 4
C14 R 116 117 117 A14 R 104 118 112 26 14 5 11 6
C15 L 122 92 109 A15 L 119 121 122 27 21 8 5 3
  1. Left side: handedness and IQ scores of control participants (C1-C15). Right side: handedness, IQ scores, ADI-R and ADOS scores of individuals with ASD (A1-A15). In all cases, age differences between an individual with ASD and a matched control participant was ≤ 5 months. All subjects were males. (•) marks ADOS score that did not meet the criterion for ASD; nevertheless, this person was included into the ASD group because he had a psychiatric diagnosis of ASD and met all other criteria. Numbers in parentheses indicate cut-offs for ADI-R and ADOS subscales
  2. Abbreviations: Perf. performance IQ, Com. communication, RSB repetitive and stereotyped behavior