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Table 1 Proportion of clinical sample who met ND-PAE criteria for domains and corresponding symptoms

From: Construct and factorial validity of Neurobehavioral Disorder associated with Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (ND-PAE)

Neurocognitive Function(n/%)Self-Regulation(n/%)Adaptive Functioning(n/%)
Global Intellectual Performance12/20.7%Mood or Behavior Regulation18/31.0%Communication Deficit28/48.3%
Executive Functioning45/77.6%Attention Deficit49/84.5%Social Communication and Interaction23/39.7%
Learning38/65.5%Impulse Control21/36.2%Daily Living Skills9/15.5%
Memory19/32.8%  Motor Skills21/36.2%
Visual-Spatial Reasoning17/29.3%    
Neurocognitive Impairment53/91.4%Self-Regulation Impairment51/87.9%Adaptive Function Impairment24/41.4%
  1. Note: Impairment in Neurocognitive Function is manifest in one or more of the corresponding symptoms. Impairment in Self-Regulation is manifest in one or more of the corresponding symptoms. Impairment in Adaptive Function is manifest in two or more of the corresponding symptoms, one of which must be Communication Deficit or Social Communication and Interaction