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Table 3 ANOVA Results

From: Event-related potential (ERP) correlates of face processing in verbal children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and their first-degree relatives: a family study

  N170 latency N170 amplitude P1 latency P1 amplitude P1/N170 slope
General effects
 Type ++++ ++++ ++++ +++± ++++
++=± ++++ ==== ++++ ++++
 Orientation ++++ ++++ ++++ ++++ ++++
++++ =±++ +++± ==== ====
 Hemisphere ==== ==== ++++ ==== ++++
==== ==== ==== ==== ====
 Type X orientation ==±= ==== ++++ ++++ ++++
++=± ==++ ==== ==== ±±==
 Type X hemisphere +++= ++++ ==== ==±= ±+++
==== ==== ==== ==== ====
 Orientation X hemisphere ==±= ++++ ==== ±=±+ ±=±=
==== ==== ==== ==== ====
 Type X orientation X hemisphere ==== ==== ===+ ===± ====
==== ==== =±=+ ==== ====
Group differences (ASD/US/UC)
 Group ==== ==== ===± ==== ====
 Type X group =±== ==== ==== ±=== ====
 Orientation X group ==== ===+ ==== ==== =±==
 Hemisphere X group ==== ==== ==== ===± ====
 Type X orientation X group ==== ==== ==== ==== ====
 Type X hemisphere X group ==== ==== ==== ±=== ====
 Orientation X hemisphere X group ±=== ==== ==== ==== ====
 Type X orientation X hemisphere X group ==== ==== ==== ==== ====
  1. Within each cell, test results are presented respectively for nose, REST, average, and vertex references, in that order. For general effects, upper array is for children; lower array for adults (UF)
  2. Note: ‘+’ codes for significant effects surviving Bonferroni correction, and “±” corresponds to statistical significant for a given singular test, which did not survive Bonferroni correction for multiple comparison (four reference schemes), “=” codes for insignificant effects (p ≥ 0.05) for nose/REST/average/vertex references, respectively (e.g., “===+” indicated that the effect is significant only with vertex references). For each factor, the irst line indicates effects for ASD/US/UC combined and the second line is for the separate analysis of UF