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Table 4 Convergent and divergent validity of the Stanford Social Dimensions Scale

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

 CAVIQ1NVIQ1CBCL Int2CBCL Ext2CBCL DP2SRS-2 SCI RawSRS-2 SCI TSRS-2 RRB RawSRS-2 RRB TSRS-2 Total RawSRS-2 Total T
Social Motivation.08.38**.40**− .24**− .03− .07− .61**− .30**− .34**− .35**− .57**− .51**
Social Affiliation.03.39**.41**− .19**− .08− .10− .47**− .21**− .27**− .29**− .45**− .40**
Expressive Social Communication− .03.12.10− .36**− .23**− .27**− .46**− .22**− .28**− .29**− .44**− .43**
Social Recognition.18*.39**.34**− .13− .10− .05− .49**− .27**− .25*− .28**− .46**− .40**
Unusual Approach− .05.18.24*− .21**− .20*− .26**− .43**− .26**− .51**− .49**− .47**− .47**
  1. *p < .05
  2. **p < .01
  3. 1Data available for N = 79 individuals
  4. 2Data available for N = 156 individuals
  5. CA Chronological Age, CBCL Child Behavior Checklist, DP dysregulated profile, Ext externalizing, Int internalizing, NVIQ non-verbal IQ, RRB restricted/repetitive behavior, SCI social communication/interaction, SRS-2 Social Responsiveness Scale, VIQ verbal IQ