Autistic features in girls from a psychiatric sample are strongly associated with a low 2D:4D ratio

Autistic features such as deficits in social interactions and communication have been associated with a low 2D:4D ratio in normal children.This study assessed this association in a large sample of children with a variety of psychiatric disorders ( n = 35 girls and n = 147 boys). Autistic features were assessed with a highly valid and reliable measure (Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule—Generic).

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Autistic features in girls from a psychiatric sample are strongly associated with a low 2D:4D ratio

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