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a: Means (circles) and SD (bars) of WAIS-R subtest scores for WS cases. Performance subtests are listed in bold; verbal subtests in plain font. In normal controls (NC), WAIS-R subtest scores are 10±3 (thick gray line). b: Means (circles) and SD (bars) of VIQ, PIQ, and FSIQ scores for WS cases. In normal controls (NC), WAIS-R VIQ, PIQ, and FSIQ scores are 100±15 (thick gray line). c: Principal component analysis of WAIS-R shows subtests contribute differently to intelligence in WS cases versus normal controls. WAIS-R subtest loadings on PC1 in WS cases (x-axis) and normal controls (y-axis). Data used for normal analysis is from Enns and Reddon [27]. Performance subtests are listed in bold; verbal subtests in plain font. The iagonal line is x = y, at which WS and normal loadings are equal.
 
a: Means (circles) and SD (bars) of WAIS-R subtest scores for WS cases. Performance subtests are listed in bold; verbal subtests in plain font. In normal controls (NC), WAIS-R subtest scores are 10±3 (thick gray line). b: Means (circles) and SD (bars) of VIQ, PIQ, and FSIQ scores for WS cases. In normal controls (NC), WAIS-R VIQ, PIQ, and FSIQ scores are 100±15 (thick gray line). c: Principal component analysis of WAIS-R shows subtests contribute differently to intelligence in WS cases versus normal controls. WAIS-R subtest loadings on PC1 in WS cases (x-axis) and normal controls (y-axis). Data used for normal analysis is from Enns and Reddon [27]. Performance subtests are listed in bold; verbal subtests in plain font. The iagonal line is x = y, at which WS and normal loadings are equal.
 
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Copyright: © 2010 Gao et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
 
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a: Means (circles) and SD (bars) of WAIS-R subtest scores for WS cases. Performance subtests are listed in bold; verbal subtests in plain font. In normal controls (NC), WAIS-R subtest scores are 10±3 (thick gray line). b: Means (circles) and SD (bars) of VIQ, PIQ, and FSIQ scores for WS cases. In normal controls (NC), WAIS-R VIQ, PIQ, and FSIQ scores are 100±15 (thick gray line). c: Principal component analysis of WAIS-R shows subtests contribute differently to intelligence in WS cases versus normal controls. WAIS-R subtest loadings on PC1 in WS cases (x-axis) and normal controls (y-axis). Data used for normal analysis is from Enns and Reddon [27]. Performance subtests are listed in bold; verbal subtests in plain font. The iagonal line is x = y, at which WS and normal loadings are equal.

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Michael C Gao, Ursula Bellugi, Li Dai, Debra L Mills, Eric M Sobel, Kenneth Lange, Julie R Korenberg Intelligence in Williams Syndrome is related to STX1A, which encodes a component of the presynaptic SNARE complex. PLoS ONE: 2010, 5(4);e10292 PMID:20422020

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http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0010292

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<pubmed>20422020</pubmed>| PLoS One.



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