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Table 2 Description of 36 phenotype features used to cluster ASD sample

From: Applications of node-based resilience graph theoretic framework to clustering autism spectrum disorders phenotypes

Category ASD phenotype features
ASD-specific symptom scores ADOS communication & social interaction score
  ADOS restricted & repetitive behavior score
  ADOS Social Affect score
  Social score (ADI-R A)
  Verbal score (ADI-R B)
  Repetitive and stereotyped patterns of behavior (ADI-R C)
  Abnormality evidence (ADI-R Q86)
Cognitive & Adaptive functions Vineland social score
  Vineland daily living skills score
  Verbal & non-verbal IQ score
Language & Communication Vineland communication score
  Word delay
  Overall Level of Language (ADI-R Q30)
Behavioral problems ABC a aggregate scores (stereotype, lethargy, irritability, hyperactivity, inappropriate speech)
  RBS b aggregate scores (compulsive, self-injurious, stereotyped, ritualistic, restricted, and sameness behavior)
  CBCL c internalizing and externalizing problems T scores
  SRS d parent aggregate scores (awareness, cognition, communication, mannerisms, motivation)
  SRS d parent T score
Genetic indicators BAPQ e mean overall scores (Father & Mother)
  1. aABC: Aberrant Behavior Checklist;
  2. bRBS: Repetitive Behavior Scale
  3. cCBCL: Child Behavior Checklist;
  4. dSRS: Social Responsiveness Scale.
  5. eBAPQ: Broader Autism Phenotype Questionnaire