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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Development of the Stanford Social Dimensions Scale: initial validation in autism spectrum disorder and in neurotypicals

 M (SD)Ethnicity%Income%
Sample 1
 Age (years)7.19 (3.96)Caucasian41.9> 150,00050.7
 NVIQ80.62 (26.49)Asian30.2125,000–150,00013.2
 VIQ70.02 (30.42)Mixed Race15.1100,000–125,0006.9
 SRS-2 Total76.20 (10.68)Hispanic8.775,000–100,00010.4
 CBCL Internalizing62.39 (10.72)Middle Eastern1.250,000–75,0008.3
 CBCL Externalizing56.50 (10.49)Native American1.235,000–50,0004.2
 CBCL-DP183.49 (23.06)Pacific Islander1.225,000–35,0001.4
  African American0.6< 25,0004.9
Sample 2
 Age (years)11.49 (4.48)Caucasian76> 150,0009.5
 SRS-2 Total55.07 (13.21)Asian5.8125,000–150,0005.3
 SDQ Total9.75 (7.89)Mixed Race6.6100,000–125,00011.1
 NTBS33.90 (4.76)Hispanic1.475,000–100,00016.2
 CSPS Unsociability11.18 (3.13)Middle Eastern0.250,000–75,00017.4
  Native American2.135,000–50,00012.2
  Pacific Islander 25,000–35,00013.3
  African American8.0< 25,00015
  1. CBCL Child Behavior Checklist, CSPS Child Social Preferences Scale, DP dysregulated profile, NVIQ non-verbal IQ, NTBS Need to Belong Scale, SDQ Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire, SRS-2 Social Responsiveness Scale, VIQ verbal IQ