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Table 3 N1 and P3a in passive parts of the test

From: Atypical event-related potentials revealed during the passive parts of a Go-NoGo task in autism spectrum disorder: a case-control study

   TD ASD   
Mean (SD) Mean (SD)   
n = 49 n = 49 p value Cohen’s d
Passive phase after non-cue S1
(S1 = plant)
N1 amplitude1 2.30 (4.86) 1.77 (5.13) 0.66 0.11
N1 latency1 168.3 (15.7) 181.3 (18.9) 0.003* 0.75
Mean P3a Cz − 0.99 (1.91) 0.25 (1.99) 0.005* 0.64
Mean P3a Fz − 2.57 (1.71) − 1.93 (1.92) 0.14 0.35
Passive phase after
S2
(S1 and S2 = plant)
N1 amplitude1 2.37 (5.42) 1.72 (5.10) 0.66 0.12
N1 latency1 165.4 (16.5) 179.3 (19.5) 0.003* 0.77
Mean P3a Cz − 0.86 (1.87) 0.35 (2.46) 0.014* 0.55
Mean P3a Fz − 3.00 (2.1) − 1.54 (2.0) 0.003* 0.82
Passive phase after cue S1
(S1 = animal)
N1 amplitude 2.39 (4.95) 1.95 (4.91) 0.66 0.09
N1 latency 163.9 (15.4) 179.6 (20.5) 0.003* 0.87
Mean P3a Cz − 1.44 (1.85) − 0.36 (2.34) 0.024* 0.51
Mean P3a Fz − 1.29 (1.93) − 0.83 (1.85) 0.31 0.24
  1. 1Amplitude in microvolts and latency in milliseconds
  2. *Benjamini-Hochberg adjusted p values, significant at 0.05 level after adjustment for 12 hypotheses
  3. The data of N1 from O1 and O2 are averaged