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The original version of this article contains an error in Results and Discussion sections and in Table 2. The corrected text and table are given below. Results: Participants’ scores were higher for overall stigma and discrimination than those reported by King et al (2007). The pattern of descriptive statistics for the AAQOL was simialr to that reported by Brod et al. (2006). Discussion: Of note, participants in this study scored approximately 30 points lower than the non-ADHD scores on the AAQOL as reported by Brod and colleagues (2006). The distribution of scores in the current study more closely resembled the distribution of scores by those with ADHD than the non-ADHD control group. This is consistent with the widespread reports of decreased quality of life for adults on the autism spectrum (e.g., Howlin and Moss 2012; Taylor & Seltzer 2011). Further, and consistent with reports of increased stigma (e.g., Shtayermnan, 2009; Tyman, Salor, Saia, et al. 2010), participants in this study scored approximately 20 points higher for overall stigma, and ten points higher for discrimination, than participants with mental illness as reported by King and colleagues (2007).
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