Figure 1

Figure 1. Scatter plot of maternal SRS Scores at baseline and follow-up. From: Developmental Course of Autistic Social Impairment In Males.

This plot incorporates both groups of study subjects (general population and clinic subjects) in order to represent the full range of SRS scores that occur in nature. When calculating the intraclass coefficient of correlation for the whole sample, icc = .90; when calculated separately for each study group, for twins (one per family, as incorporated in the scatter plot), icc = .71; for clinic subjects, icc = .76. Lower coefficients of correlation are expected when the range of trait variation within a sub sample is narrower.

John N. Constantino, et al. Dev Psychopathol. ;21(1):127-138.

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