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Table 2 Model fit statistics for analysis 1 and 2

From: Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: neurodevelopmentally and behaviorally indistinguishable from other neurodevelopmental disorders

Model fit statistics Analysis 1 Analysis 2
Children with FASD vs. Typically developing control children Post-hoc analysisb: Children with FASD vs. Typically developing control children Children with FASD vs. Typically developing control children and children with other neurodevelopmental disorders Sensitivity analysis: Children with FASD vs. Typically developing control children and children with ADHD
1-class 2-class 3-class 1-class 2-class 1-class 2-class 3-class 4-class 1-class 2-class 3-class
AIC 3275.21 3159.45 3144.57 482.44 483.83 4850.13 4693.50 4665.17 4635.78 4504.74 4358.25 4335.97
BIC 3316.42 3223.33 3231.11 486.56 492.07 4899.22 4769.58 4768.25 4765.86 4552.38 4432.09 4436.02
LLV − 1617.60 − 1548.73 − 1530.29 − 239.22 − 237.91 − 2405.07 − 2315.75 − 2290.58 − 2264.89 − 2232.37 − 2148.13 − 2125.99
p-valuea 0.149 0.512 0.190 0.002 0.265 0.422 0.008 0.391
Entropy 0.903 0.956 0.682 0.894 0.924 0.924 0.894 0.926
  1. AIC Akaike information criterion, BIC Bayesian information criterion, LLV Log-likelihood value, “-” Not applicable
  2. ap-value is in reference to the respective model’s comparison with the lower class solution
  3. bModel with only IQ as an indicator variable