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Table 1 Subject characteristics

From: Dysfunction of orbitofrontal and dorsolateral prefrontal cortices in children and adolescents with high-functioning pervasive developmental disorders

Characteristic PDD (n= 19) Controls (n= 19) P value
Age (months) (mean ± SD) 158.84 ± 21.48 157.42 ± 23.81 0.848
Full IQ (mean ± SD) 95.95 ± 12.83 97.32 ± 9.48 0.711
Verbal IQ (mean ± SD) 92.96 ± 13.54 97.21 ± 12.88 0.652
Performance IQ (mean ± SD) 95.26 ± 13.54 97.84 ± 7.24 0.880
Gender (n (%))    
Male 17(89.5) 17(89.5)  
Female 2(10.5) 2(10.5)  
Handedness (n (%))    
Right-handed 16(84.2) 16(84.2)  
Left-handed 2(10.5) 2(10.5)  
Ambidextrous 1(5.3) 1(5.3)  
  1. The demographic and clinical characteristics of the study subjects are shown. PDD pervasive developmental disorders, SD standard deviation, IQ intelligence quotient.