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Table 3 Pattern of associations between identified RRB factors with other individual characteristics

From: Using the big data approach to clarify the structure of restricted and repetitive behaviors across the most commonly used autism spectrum disorder measures

  Age NVIQ VIQ CBCL anxiety CBCL externalizing RBS-R stereotypy RBS-R ritualistic/sameness RBS-R restricted behavior
SRS-2 RMB − .102** − .359** − .329** .135** .229** .644** .272** .38**
SRS-2 IS .052** .024 .06** .402** .48** .237** .558** .34**
SRS-2 CI .151** − .014 .043** .319** .276** .194** .435** .42**
SCQ RMB − .07** − .346** − .374** − .07 .004 .382** .005 .09**
SCQ IS .137** − .038 − .052 .02 .088** .021 .262** .18**
SCQ UI .01 − .328** − .338** − .05 .100** .277** .092** .27**
ADI-R RMB − .166** − .212** − .202** .001 .03 .444** .133** .16**
ADI-R IS .160** .065** .066** .084** .105** .071** .337** .18**
ADI-R UI − .236** − .299** − .301** .026 .163** .390** .222** .33**
  1. ADI-R, Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised; CBCL, Child Behavior Checklist; CI, Circumscribed Interests; IS, Insistence on Sameness; NVIQ, Non-verbal IQ; RBS-R, Repetitive Behavior Scale-Revised; RMB, Repetitive Motor Behaviors; SCQ, Social Communication Questionnaire; SRS-2, Social Responsiveness Scale; VIQ, Verbal IQ; UI, Unusual Interests
  2. *p < .01; **p < .001