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Table 2 Frequency of children per group that passed each task ordered by difficulty for TD children

From: The development of early social cognitive skills in neurogenetic syndromes associated with autism: Cornelia de Lange, fragile X and Rubinstein–Taybi syndromes

  TD (N = 86)* AUT (N = 21)* CdLS (N = 22) FXS (N = 19) RTS (N = 18)
Helping 76 (88%) 16 (76%) 14 (64%) 16 (84%) 16 (89%)
Communication: point 58 (67%) 13 (62%) 6 (27%) 6 (32%) 8 (44%)
Re-enactment of intended acts 54 (63%) 13 (62%) 14 (64%) 16 (84%) 15 (83%)
Communication: Gaze 37 (43%) 4 (19%) 2 (9%) 3 (16%) 1 (6%)
Cooperation: Tubes 32 (37%) 2 (10%) 3 (14%) 7 (37%) 6 (33%)
Cooperation: Trampoline 19 (22%) 0 (0%) 2 (9%) 3 (16%) 7 (39%)
  1. *Percentages for the TD and AUT group as reported in Ellis et al. [27]