TABLE 1

Characteristics of ATN Participants According to CAM Usage

CharacteristicNo CAM UsageaAny CAM UsageTotal
Age, y
 2–51274 (56)    514 (57)1788
 6–11765 (34)    297 (33)1062
 12–18238 (10)    85 (9)323
Gender
 Male1924 (85)    747 (83)2671
 Female353 (15)    149 (17)502
ASD
 Autism1481 (65)    633 (71)2114
 Asperger’s215 (9)    74 (8)289
 PDD-NOS581 (26)    189 (21)770
Caregiver(s)’ highest level of education
 High school graduate or less360 (17)    69 (8)429
 Some college619 (29)    197 (23)816
 College graduate598 (28)    311 (36)909
 Postgraduate work573 (27)    275 (32)848
 Missing    —171
Race
 White1738 (76)    732 (82)2470
 Black/African American195 (9)    31 (3)226
 Asian116 (5)    46 (5)162
 Other228 (10)    87 (10)315
Ethnicity
 Hispanic or Latino origin243 (11)    64 (7)307
 Not of Hispanic or Latino origin1984 (89)    811 (93)2795
Missing    —71
Parent-reported GI problems
 No1151 (52)    305 (35)1456
 Yes1064 (48)    568 (65)1632
Missing    —85
Parent-reported sleep problems as measured by using the CSHQ (age <11 y)
 No566 (33)    219 (31)924
 Yes1156 (67)    477 (69)1882
 Missing    —367
CBCL internalizing t score
 <701632 (76)    602 (71)2234
  ≥70523 (24)    249 (29)772
CBCL externalizing t score
 <701796 (83)    688 (81)2484
  ≥70359 (17)    163 (19)522
CBCL total score
 <701488 (69)    538 (63)2026
  ≥70667 (31)    313 (37)980
 Missing CBCL data    —167
Parent-reported history of seizures
 No1916 (85)    678 (76)2594
 Yes336 (15)    206 (24)545
 Missing34
Reported psychotropic medication usage
 No1387 (73)    547 (73)1934
 Yes516 (27)    206 (27)722
 Missing517
  • Data are presented as number (%).

  • a Percentages may not add to 100 due to rounding.