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Table 1 Descriptive statistics for the Adult Developmental Coordination Disorder Checklist (ADC), Autism Spectrum Quotient (AQ), autostereogram self-assessment (ASA), and Stereopsis Screening Inventory (SSI) (n = 650). Clinically significant impairment is based on Coren and Hakstian [56], Kirby et al. [57], and Baron-Cohen e al. [58]

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  M (SD) Range Cut-off scores indicating clinically significant impairment % of participants meeting cut-off Skewness Kurtosis Cronbach’s α
ADC 41.7 (21.97) 0–116 “DCD at risk” = 56–64 2.31% 0.75 3.09 0.94
“Probable DCD” = ≥ 65 13.08%
AQ 121.52 (22.5) 78–179 ≥ 32 24.92%; note, 6 participants disclosed ASD diagnosis 0.29 2.16 0.91
ASA 3.6 (2.53) 1–8 Data not available N/A 0.61 1.82 0.72
SSI 24.14 (9.28) 9–45 Moderate deficit = 17–29 34.62% − 0.07 1.78 0.87
Major deficit = ≥ 30 35.08%