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Correction
June 2004

Investigation of Neuroanatomical Differences Between Autism and AspergerSyndrome—Correction

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2004;61(6):606. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.61.6.606

Error in Figure. In the Original Article byLotspeich et al titled "Investigation of Neuroanatomical Differences BetweenAutism and Asperger Syndrome," published in the March issue of the ARCHIVES(2004;61:291-296), an error occurred in Figure 4 on page 296. In that figure,the lines representing the Asperger syndrome (ASP) and control groups werereversed. Figure 4 is reprintedcorrectly here.

Figure 4.
Correlation between cerebral whitetissue volume and performance IQ. Groups included 21 subjects with Aspergersyndrome (ASP), 18 with high-functioning autism (HFA), and 21 control subjects.For between-group differences, ASP vs HFA, z = −2.13(P = .03); ASP vs controls, z = −2.88 (P = .004).

Correlation between cerebral whitetissue volume and performance IQ. Groups included 21 subjects with Aspergersyndrome (ASP), 18 with high-functioning autism (HFA), and 21 control subjects.For between-group differences, ASP vs HFA, z = −2.13(P = .03); ASP vs controls, z = −2.88 (P = .004).

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