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Table 4 Regression coefficients for social behaviour and numbers-and-patterns sub-traits

From: Initial evidence that non-clinical autistic traits are associated with lower income

Dependent
variable
  Social behaviour Patterns-and-numbers R 2 adj
Study B 95% CI p B 95% CI p  
Adjusted household income 3 − 0.120 − 0.200, − 0.040 .003 0.030 − 0.050, 0.110 .462 .019
4 − 0.153 − 0.197, − 0.109 < .001 0.023 − 0.021, 0.068 .301 .046
5 − 0.096 − 0.158, − 0.035 .002 − 0.002 − 0.063, 0.060 .955 .013
Personal income 4 − 0.194 − 0.260, − 0.128 < .001 0.074 0.008, 0.140 .029 .039
5 − 0.191 − 0.278, − 0.105 < .001 0.052 − 0.035, 0.138 .243 .032
SSS 3 − 0.328 − 0.488, − 0.168 < .001 0.113 − 0.046, 0.273 .164 .042
4 − 0.481 − 0.588, − 0.374 < .001 0.120 0.013, 0.226 .028 .082
  1. Predictors were standardized and entered simultaneously
  2. SSS subjective socioeconomic status, R 2 adj adjusted R-squared for the regression model