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Table 3 Correlations between salivary oxytocin (OT) level and the percentage fixation times

From: Attenuated relationship between salivary oxytocin levels and attention to social information in adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorder: a comparative study

  Correlation with OT level
Whole group ASD TD
r p r p r p
Face
 Without mouth motion
  % Eye .205 .204 − .083 .760 .187 .381
  % Mouth − .106 .516 .081 .765 − .110 .608
 With mouth motion
  % Eye .163 .314 .355 .178 − .130 .544
  % Mouth − .177 .274 − .390 .136 .062 .772
Biological motion
 % Upright .394 .012* .021 .939 .496 .014*
 % Inverted − .212 .189 .239 .374 − .473 .020*
People and geometry
 % People .357 .024* − .048 .859 .531 .008*
 % Geometry − .241 .133 .193 .473 − .514 .010*
  1. p < .025 (= .05/2)