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Table 3 Descriptive statistics and mean differences between groups (ASD and TD) of eye-tracking parameters (time to first fixation and total fixation duration in milliseconds) in objective aesthetic task for all body parts (arms, trunk, legs, face)

From: Discrepancies between explicit and implicit evaluation of aesthetic perception ability in individuals with autism: a potential way to improve social functioning

ET-parameters Task Body Parts (I) ASD group
Mean (SE)
(J) TD group
Mean (SE)
Meandiff (J-) (SE) P
Time to First Fixation Objective Aesthetic task Arms .714 (.151) .599 (.151) .115 (.214) .598
Trunk .316 (.90) .485 (.090) −.169 (.127) .202
Legs .101 (.059) .172 (.054) −.071 (.076) .359
Face .600 (.188) 1.178 (.188) −.578 (.266) .044
Total Fixation Duration Objective Aesthetic task Arms .629 (.103) .612 (.103) .018 (.145) .905
Trunk .326 (.088) .478 (.088) −.153 (.125) .238
Legs .099 (.052) .158 (.052) −.058 (.073) .437
Face .590 (.189) 1.173 (.189) −.583 (.268) .043
  1. Significant comparisons are highlighted in bold