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Table 1. 
Descriptive statistics of the CAARS scales and global modularity measures
 MSDMedianMinMax
ADHD symptoms 
 ADHD Index 8.36 5.13 8.00 28 
 Inattention 3.82 3.83 4.00 13 
 Hyperactivity 4.42 2.65 4.00 12 
 Impulsivity 3.07 2.32 2.00 12 
 Self-concept problems 4.24 3.22 4.00 15 
  
Whole-brain modularity measures 
 Global modularity 0.37 0.03   0.30 0.48 
 Number of modules 3.54 0.33   2.80 4.80 
 Average module size 1,572.35 1,37.98   1,149.01 2,073.07 
 Variability in module size 371.04 161.55   94.49 1,105.95 
 MSDMedianMinMax
ADHD symptoms 
 ADHD Index 8.36 5.13 8.00 28 
 Inattention 3.82 3.83 4.00 13 
 Hyperactivity 4.42 2.65 4.00 12 
 Impulsivity 3.07 2.32 2.00 12 
 Self-concept problems 4.24 3.22 4.00 15 
  
Whole-brain modularity measures 
 Global modularity 0.37 0.03   0.30 0.48 
 Number of modules 3.54 0.33   2.80 4.80 
 Average module size 1,572.35 1,37.98   1,149.01 2,073.07 
 Variability in module size 371.04 161.55   94.49 1,105.95 

Note. M, mean; SD, standard deviation; Min, minimum value observed across all participants; Max, maximum value observed across all participants. Statistics for the whole-brain modularity measures refer to subject-specific values after averaging across all graph-defining thresholds, that is, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, or 30%. The variables average module size and variability in module size were measures in nodes.

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