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Table 3 Correlations across sensory domains

From: Sleep disturbances are associated with specific sensory sensitivities in children with autism

  Visual Vestibular Touch Oral
Autism (n = 69)
Auditory score P = 0.5* P = 0.46* P = 0.46* P = 0.44*
S = 0.49* S = 0.41* S = 0.45* S = 0.44*
Visual score   P = 0.47* P = 0.46* P = 0.5*
  S = 0.45* S = 0.49* S = 0.52*
Vestibular score    P = 0.67* P = 0.52*
   S = 0.68* S = 0.53*
Touch score     P = 0.63*
    S = 0.64*
Control (n = 62)
Auditory score P = 0.6* P = 0.61* P = 0.57* P = 0.32
S = 0.59* S = 0.63* S = 0.61* S = 0.38*
Visual score   P = 0.53* P = 0.55* P = 0.38*
  S = 0.57* S = 0.63* S = 0.55*
Vestibular score    P = 0.75* P = 0.51*
   S = 0.71* S = 0.53*
Touch score     P = 0.47*
    S = 0.50*
  1. Pearson’s (P) and Spearman’s (S) correlation coefficients are presented for each pair of sensory domains in the Sensory Profile for the autism (top) and control (bottom) groups. Asterisks indicate significant correlation coefficients after Bonferroni correction (p < 0.005)