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Table 3 Cognition profiles among three clusters

From: Transdiagnostic symptom subtypes across autism spectrum disorders and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: validated by measures of neurocognition and structural connectivity

  Cluster 1 Cluster 2 Cluster 3 F p Post-hoc
IQ 98.57(18.07) 101.99(17.02) 105.82(18.66) 2.15 0.1203
Min 70 70 70    
Max 135 143 135    
PPT-hands 32.47 (9.30) 34.18 (8.42) 37.58 (7.87) 4.51 0.0124 * C1 < C3
PPT-assemble 19.91(7.63) 21.79 (7.82) 23.27(8.18) 2.48 0.0871
VP 105.78 (14.13) 109.62 (11.83) 108.86(16.14) 1.29 0.2787
MC 95.87 (17.60) 102.73 (15.88) 99.79 (18.73) 2.40 0.0940
VMI 98.04 (19.01) 102.38 (14.41) 100.21 (16.51) 0.99 0.3734
VF se 14.01 (4.42) 16.00 (6.00) 16.36 (5.12) 3.45 0.0341 * C1 < C3
VF ph 4.42 (2.65) 4.65 (3.08) 4.90 (2.95) 0.38 0.6879
RVP 0.89 (0.09) 0.91 (0.07) 0.91 (0.07) 1.08 0.3416
SOC 5.46 (3.31) 5.73(2.48) 5.67(2.16) 0.15 0.8598
SWM −52.15(27.57) −47.58 (28.25) −39.90 (24.95) 2.62 0.0756
IED −46.00 (21.98) −42.29 (22.10) − 47.19 (26.75) 0.62 0.5408
  1. Note: *p < 0.05, IQ intelligence quotient, PPT Purdue Pegbord Test measuring fine motor function, VP visual perception, MC motor coordination, VMI visual motor integration, VF-se semantic verbal fluency, VF-ph phoneny verbal fluency, RVP rapid visual information processing, measure for sustain attention, SOC stockings of cambridge, measure for planning, SWM spatial working memory, measuring working memory, IED Intra−/Extra-dimensional Set-shift Task, measuring regular