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Table 6 Spearman correlations between clinician-rated global and functional scales and AQ-10, SNAP-IV and ECBI, n = 30

From: Measuring clinical outcomes in children with pediatric acute-onset neuropsychiatric syndrome: data from a 2–5 year follow-up study

Spearman correlation, ρ CGAS CGI-S clinician AQ-10 SNAP-IV SNAP-IV inattention SNAP-IV hyper SNAP-IV conduct ECBI ECBI problem
CGASa 1         
CGI-Sb clinician −0.904 1        
AQ-10c −0.421 0.558 1       
SNAP-IVd −0.398 0.511 0.330 1      
SNAP-IV inattention −0.463 0.562 0.289 0.813 1     
SNAP-IV hyper −0.238 0.300 0.220 0.916 0.652 1    
SNAP-IV conduct −0.261 0.300 0.240 0.760 0.391 0.668 1   
ECBIe −0.331 0.432 0.378 0.874 0.660 0.809 0.745 1  
ECBI problem −0.373 0.503 0.584 0.813 0.614 0.720 0.710 0.937 1
  1. aCGAS Children’s Global Assessment Scale
  2. bCGI-S Clinical Global Impression – Severity scale
  3. cAQ-10 Autism Spectrum Quotient Child/Adolescent version-10
  4. dSNAP-IV Swanson, Nolan and Pelham scale-IV
  5. eECBI Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory