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Table 4 Comparison of Mohawk and U.S. cut-off points and means for ASQ developmental domain scores

From: Developmental screening in a Canadian First Nation (Mohawk): psychometric properties and adaptations of ages & stages questionnaires (2nd edition)

Age Sample n Communication Gross motor Fine motor Problem solving Personal and social
M SD CP M SD CP M SD CP M SD CP M SD CP
36 Mo 68 53.75 7.65 38.45 56.46* 4.97 46.52 50.46* 11.40 27.66 55.26* 5.82 43.62 53.24 6.80 39.64
  U.S. 1007 51.88 10.44 30.99 54.68 8.84 36.99 47.07 14.50 18.07 51.97 10.84 30.29 52.82 8.74 35.33
42 Mo 55 53.27* 7.15 38.97 55.69 6.35 42.99 50.35* 9.53 31.29 55.86* 6.82 42.22 52.33 6.57 39.19
  U.S. 956 50.02 11.48 27.06 54.03 8.88 36.27 47.55 13.87 19.82 51.54 11.72 28.11 51.39 10.13 31.12
48 Mo 74 53.43 9.82 33.79 54.55 7.72 39.11 45.08 15.01 15.06 52.97 9.36 34.25 52.23 9.80 32.63
  U.S. 672 52.92 11.10 30.72 52.71 9.97 32.78 45.35 14.77 15.81 52.78 10.74 31.3 50.34 11.87 26.60
54 Mo 61 56.07* 5.92 44.23 57.58* 4.17 49.24 45.67 11.83 22.01 50.70 9.31 32.08 54.02 7.63 38.76
  U.S. 590 53.79 10.97 31.85 53.98 9.40 35.18 46.12 14.40 17.32 51.25 11.56 28.12 52.77 10.22 32.33
  1. *p < .05.
  2. Note. Mo: Mohawk, CP: Cut-off Point. The data related to the U.S. sample are available in the ASQ-3 User’s Guide[18].