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Table 2 Psychometric properties of the participants

From: Association of peripheral BDNF level with cognition, attention and behavior in preschool children

  Favorable directiona Minimum Maximum Mean (SD)
Boys Girls
IQ
 FSIQ 86 124 106.31 (13.66) 107.40 (11.69)
 Verbal 80 127 105.31 (15.55) 105.67 (11.10)
 Motor 86 128 105.61 (12.85) 99.87 (28.06)
Computerized continuous performance test
Visual (T score)
 Omission error 40 135 72.61 (29.91) 60.73 (26.82)
 Commission error 40 117 69.46 (21.91)* 52.27 (9.76)*
Auditory (T score)
 Omission error 34 81 55.92 (14.73) 48.93 (11.16)
 Commission error 34 61 48.53 (7.03) 46.13 (8.45)
CCTT (T score)
 CCTT 1 time 18 65 35.46 (10.91) 36.67 (14.55)
 CCTT 2 time 40 143 85.08 (19.09) 80.93 (23.49)
 Inference index 40 67 51.23 (7.36) 52.87 (7.22)
Stroop (T score)
 Inference score 24 61 44.08 (7.79) 47.40 (9.93)
CBCL score (T score)
 Social withdrawal 18 100 47.46 (8.05) 44.80 (30.67)
 Somatic complaints 42 65 44.61 (6.66) 47.47 (7.35)
 Anxiety/depression 35 68 45.38 (9.07) 47.73 (10.63)
 Social problem 37 78 45.00 (8.95) 47.60 (10.38)
 Thought problem 45 58 45.92 (3.32) 47.47 (4.29)
 Attention problem 35 59 43.62 (7.92) 44.07 (7.79)
 Delinquent behavior 40 59 47.08 (6.20) 48.73 (6.42)
 Aggressive behavior 37 64 49.31 (6.76) 48.93 (7.96)
 Internalizing problems 33 71 44.38 (9.19) 46.73 (11.40)
 Externalizing problems 36 64 48.69 (6.75) 48.40 (8.04)
 Total behavior problems 30 71 45.38 (8.07) 47.80 (10.82)
ADHD rating scale
 Hyperactivity 0 10 4.92 (3.52)* 2.40 (2.80)*
 Inattention 0 13 4.00 (2.16)* 1.40 (2.29)*
 ARS total 0 23 8.61 (5.82)* 2.60 (2.56)*
  1. * P < 0.05
  2. aDirection in which a change in score indicates good function