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Table 4 Sex comparison across RRB factors

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

  Male
Mean (SD)
Female
Mean (SD)
Statistics
SRS-2 RMB 2.80 (1.97) 2.42 (2.05) F = 91. 87, p < .001, ƞ2 = .006
SRS-2 IS 5.35 (2.45) 4.88 (2.68) F = 88.90, p < .001, ƞ2 = .005
SRS-2 CI 5.70 (2.39) 4.87 (2.68) F = 282.84, p < .001, ƞ2 = .017
SCQ RMB 1.40 (.75) 1.35 (.76) F = 8.76, p < .001, ƞ2 = .001
SCQ IS 2.12 (.94) 2.04 (.96) F = 17.87, p < .001, ƞ2 = .001
SCQ UI 2.61 (1.20) 2.46 (1.27) F = 38.26, p < .001, ƞ2 = .002
ADI-R RMB 1.72 (1.54) 1.51 (1.49) F = 25. 91, p < .001, ƞ2 = .003
ADI-R IS 3.20 (2.37) 2.79 (2.39) F = 40. 57, p < .001, ƞ2 = .005
ADI-R UI 2.20 (1.60) 2 (1.61) F = 20. 21, p < .001, ƞ2 = .002
  1. ADI-R, Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised; CBCL, Child Behavior Checklist; CI, Circumscribed Interests; IS, Insistence on Sameness; RMB, Repetitive Motor Behaviors; SCQ, Social Communication Questionnaire; SRS-2, Social Responsiveness Scale; UI, Unusual Interests