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Table 1 Demographic data and clinical characteristics of the study participants

From: Social cognitive deficits in male children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in relation to salivary oxytocin level

Some of demographic data and clinical characteristics of the study participants
 No%
Subtypes of ADHD among case group according to DSM-5  
 Predominantly inattentive1537.5%
 Predominantly hyperactive615%
 Combined1947.5%
School achievement  
 Achievable820%
 Non achievable3280%
Consanguinity  
 Positive1332.5%
 Negative2767.5%
Family history (FH) of ADHD  
 Positive FH1230%
 Negative FH2870%
Data from Conner’s parent rating scale-revised (L) items among case group
 IIIIIIIVV
 No%I%No%No%No%
L (Inattentive)615%12.5%512.5%717.5%2152.5%
M (Hyperactive-Impulsive)922.5%410%00%37.5%2460%
N (Total)615%37.5%410%512.5%2255%
  1. I average should not be a concern, II slightly atypical indicates significant problem, III mildly atypical indicates significant problem, IV moderately atypical indicates significant problem, V markedly atypical indicates significant problem