Mode of Genetic Inheritance Modifies the Association of Head Circumference and Autism-Related Symptoms: A Cross-Sectional Study
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Mode of Genetic Inheritance Modifies the Association of Head Circumference and Autism-Related Symptoms: http://t.co/0ZKAevSHVa

In AGRE data, for 515 autistics aged 1-23yrs, mean Stanford-Binet NVIQ is 98 (range 42-139) http://t.co/imypPhW5SE & mean VIQ is 90 (43-145)

AGRE data: 31 of 515 autistics (6%) have Stanford-Binet NVIQ of 70 or less, while 125 (24%) have NVIQ of 110 or more http://t.co/imypPhW5SE

AGRE data: 31 of 515 autistics (6%) have Stanford-Binet NVIQ of 70 or less, while 125 (24%) have NVIQ of 110 or more http://t.co/imypPhW5SE

In AGRE data, for 515 autistics aged 1-23yrs, mean Stanford-Binet NVIQ is 98 (range 42-139) http://t.co/imypPhW5SE & mean VIQ is 90 (43-145)

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Brain growth and autism like symptoms r/ship is complex http://t.co/k4FmxrXvPe Y'mean endophenotypes complex? http://t.co/hfZl6S6t0L

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Brain growth and autism like symptoms r/ship is complex http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24058641 ... Brain growth and autism ..

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