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Table 3 Most Common haplotype vs all other haplotypes based on best pairs (unweighted)

From: Association of RGS4 variants with schizotypy and cognitive endophenotypes at the population level

  UNADJUSTED ADJUSTED for IQ age and interaction thereof
  Per GGGG copy Per GGGG copy
Response N b se LR P-value N b se LR P-value
IQ (RPM) 1703 0.262 (0.310) 0.40     
SPQ total score 1211 -0.677 (0.503) 0.18 1203 -0.535 (0.502) 0.29
SPQ cognitive/perceptual factor 1211 -0.002 (0.005) 0.63 1203 -0.001 (0.005) 0.87
SPQ negative factor 1211 -0.013* (0.005) 0.011 1203 -0.011* (0.005) 0.024
SPQ disorganization factor 1211 -0.012 (0.008) 0.16 1203 -0.009 (0.008) 0.26
SPQ paranoid factor 1211 0.000 (0.008) 0.99 1203 0.001 (0.008) 0.87
d'-S2B (spatial working memory) 1656 -0.012 (0.036) 0.74 1462 -0.045 (0.033) 0.18
d'-V2B (verbal working memory) 1583 0.016 (0.031) 0.60 1394 -0.004 (0.029) 0.88
Antisaccade error rate 1835 -0.010 (0.007) 0.15 1622 -0.004 (0.007) 0.60
  1. Shown are the coefficients of a regression model/copy of the corresponding haplotype. b, coefficient, expressing change in the response variable/haplotype copy; SE, standard error of the coefficient b; LR p value, p value for a likelihood ratio test against a constant-only model.
  2. * significantly different (p < 0.05) from the reference haplotype GGGG (the most common in the population).