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ABCD Sum Scores Culture & Environment Youth

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Culture and environment summary scores - youth surveys
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Social Adjustment
12/04/2017
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported gender
eventname String 60 Required The event name for which the data was collected
Query pmq_y_ss_mean Float Recommended Parental Monitoring: Mean (parent_monitor_q1_y + parent_monitor_q2_y + parent_monitor_q3_y + parent_monitor_q4_y parent_monitor_q5_y)/5; Validation: no minimum number of answers Karoly, H. C., Callahan, T., et al. (2016) Evaluating the hispanic paradox in the context of adolescent risky sexual behavior: the role of parent monitoring. J Pediatr Psychol 41(4): 429-40. parental_monitoring_ss_mean
Query pmq_y_ss_mean_nm Integer Recommended Parental Monitoring, Mean: Number Missing Answers parental_monitoring_ss_mean_nm
Query pmq_y_ss_mean_nt Integer Recommended Parental Monitoring, Mean: Number Total Questions parental_monitoring_ss_mean_nt
Query fes_y_ss_fc Integer Recommended Conflict Subscale from the Family Environment Scale Sum of Youth Report (RAW Score): fes_youth_q1 + fes_youth_q2 + fes_youth_q3 + fes_youth_q4 + fes_youth_q5 + fes_youth_q6 + fes_youth_q7 + fes_youth_q8 + fes_youth_q9; Validation: Minimum of five items answered Note that the scores for items that are reversed scored already reflect this scoring (fes_youth_q1, fes_youth_q4, fes_youth_q7, fes_youth_q9). Moos, R. H., and Moos, B. S. (1994) Family Environment Scale manual (3rd ed.). Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists Press. fes_ss_fc
Query fes_y_ss_fc_nm Integer Recommended Conflict Subscale from the Family Environment Scale, Sum of Youth Report: Number Missing Answers fes_ss_fc_nm
Query fes_y_ss_fc_nt Integer Recommended Conflict Subscale from the Family Environment Scale, Sum of Youth Report: Number Total Questions fes_ss_fc_nt
Query fes_y_ss_fc_na Integer Recommended Conflict Subscale from the Family Environment Scale, Sum of Youth Report: Number Answered fes_ss_fc_na
Query fes_y_ss_fc_pr Float Recommended Conflict Subscale from the Family Environment Scale, Sum of Youth Report: Prorated Score (Based on minimum of five items answered): [fes_y_ss_fc]*[fes_y_ss_fc_nt] /[fes_y_ss_fc_na] fes_ss_fc_pr
Query psb_y_ss_mean Float Recommended Prosocial Behavior Subscale Mean of Youth Self Report: (prosocial_q1_y + prosocial_q2_y + prosocial_q3_y)/3; Validation:Minimum of two items answered Goodman, R. (1997) The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: a research note. J Child Psychol Psychiatry 38(5):581-6; Goodman, R., Meltzer, H., & Bailey V. (1998) The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: A pilot study of the validity of the self-report version. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 7: 125–130. prosocial_ss_mean
Query psb_y_ss_answered Integer Recommended Prosocial Behavior Subscale, Mean of Youth Self Report: Number Answered prosocial_ss_answered
Query psb_y_ss_mean_nm Integer Recommended Prosocial Behavior Subscale, Mean of Youth Self Report: Number Missing Answers prosocial_ss_mean_nm
Query psb_y_ss_mean_nt Integer Recommended Prosocial Behavior Subscale, Mean of Youth Self Report: Number Total Questions prosocial_ss_mean_nt
Query crpbi_y_ss_parent Float Recommended CRPBI - Acceptance Subscale Mean of Report by Parent Completing Protocol by youth: (crpbi_parent1_y + crpbi_parent2_y + crpbi_parent3_y], crpbi_parent4_y + crpbi_parent5_y)/5; Validation: Minimum of 4 items answered Schaefer, E. S. (1965) Children's reports of parental behavior: an inventory. Child Dev 36: 413-24; Barber, B. K., Olsen, J. E., et al. (1994) Associations between parental psychological and behavioral control and youth internalized and externalized behaviors. Child Dev 65(4): 1120-36; Schludermann, E. H., Schludermann, S. M. (1988). Children’s report on parent behavior (CRPBI-108, CRPBI-30) for older children and adolescents (Tech. Rep.). Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: University of Manitoba, Department of: Psychology; Barber, B. K., and Olsen, J. (1997) Socialization in context: Connection, regulation, and autonomy in the family, school, and neighborhood and with peers. Journal of Adolescent Research, 12(2): 287-315. crpbi_acceptance_ss_studycaregiver, crpbi_ss_studycaregiver
Query crpbi_y_ss_parent_nm Integer Recommended CRPBI - Acceptance Subscale, Mean of Report by Parent Completing Protocol by youth: Number Missing Answers crpbi_acceptance_ss_studycaregiver_nm, crpbi_ss_studycaregiver_nm
Query crpbi_y_ss_parent_nt Integer Recommended CRPBI - Acceptance Subscale, Mean of Report by Parent Completing Protocol by youth: Number Total Questions crpbi_acceptance_ss_studycaregiver_nt, crpbi_ss_studycaregiver_nt
Query crpbi_y_ss_caregiver Float Recommended CRPBI - Acceptance Subscale Mean of Report by Secondary Caregiver by youth: (crpbi_caregiver12_y + crpbi_caregiver13_y + crpbi_caregiver14_y + crpbi_caregiver15_y + crpbi_caregiver16_y)/5; Validation: Minimum of four items answered Schaefer, E. S. (1965) Children's reports of parental behavior: an inventory. Child Dev 36: 413-24; Barber, B. K., Olsen, J. E., et al. (1994) Associations between parental psychological and behavioral control and youth internalized and externalized behaviors. Child Dev 65(4): 1120-36; Schludermann, E. H., Schludermann, S. M. (1988). Children’s report on parent behavior (CRPBI-108, CRPBI-30) for older children and adolescents (Tech. Rep.). Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: University of Manitoba, Department of: Psychology; Barber, B. K., and Olsen, J. (1997) Socialization in context: Connection, regulation, and autonomy in the family, school, and neighborhood and with peers. Journal of Adolescent Research, 12(2): 287-315. crpbi_acceptance_ss_caregiver
Query crpbi_y_ss_caregiver_nm Integer Recommended CRPBI - Acceptance Subscale, Mean of Report by Secondary Caregiver by youth: Number Missing Answers crpbi_acceptance_ss_caregiver_nm
Query crpbi_y_ss_caregiver_nt Integer Recommended CRPBI - Acceptance Subscale, Mean of Report by Secondary Caregiver by youth: Number Total Questions crpbi_acceptance_ss_caregiver_nt
Query srpf_y_ss_ses Integer Recommended SRPF School Environment Subscale, Sum: school_2_y + school_3_y + school_4_y + school_5_y + school_6_y + school_7_y; Validation: Minimum of five items answered Arthur, M. W., Briney, J. S., et al. (2007) Measuring risk and protection in communities using the Communities That Care Youth Survey. Eval Program Plann 30(2): 197-211. school_risk_phenx_ss_ses
Query srpf_y_ss_ses_nm Integer Recommended SRPF School Environment Subscale, Sum: Number Missing Answers school_risk_phenx_ss_ses_nm
Query srpf_y_ss_ses_nt Integer Recommended SRPF School Environment Subscale, Sum: Number Total Questions school_risk_phenx_ss_ses_nt
Query srpf_y_ss_iiss Integer Recommended SRPF School Involvement Subscale, Sum: school_8_y + school_9_y + school_10_y + school_12_y; Validation: Minimum of three items answered Arthur, M. W., Briney, J. S., et al. (2007) Measuring risk and protection in communities using the Communities That Care Youth Survey. Eval Program Plann 30(2): 197-211. school_risk_phenx_ss_iiss
Query srpf_y_ss_iiss_nm Integer Recommended SRPF School Involvement Subscale, Sum: Number Missing Answers school_risk_phenx_ss_iiss_nm
Query srpf_y_ss_iiss_nt Integer Recommended SRPF School Involvement Subscale, Sum: Number Total Questions school_risk_phenx_ss_iiss_nt
Query srpf_y_ss_dfs Integer Recommended SRPF School Disengagement Subscale, Sum: school_15_y + school_17_y; Validation: All items must be answered Arthur, M. W., Briney, J. S., et al. (2007) Measuring risk and protection in communities using the Communities That Care Youth Survey. Eval Program Plann 30(2): 197-211. school_risk_phenx_ss_dfs
Query srpf_y_ss_dfs_nm Integer Recommended SRPF School Disengagement Subscale, Sum: Number Missing Answers school_risk_phenx_ss_dfs_nm
Query srpf_y_ss_dfs_nt Integer Recommended SRPF School Disengagement Subscale, Sum: Number Total Questions school_risk_phenx_ss_dfs_nt
Query wps_ss_sum Integer Recommended WPS SumSum[wps_q1_y. wps_q2_y. wps_q3_y,wps_q4_y, wps_q5_y, wps_q6_y]Validation: Minimum of 4 items answered (4 answers other than not applicable = 0)
Query wps_ss_sum_nm Integer Recommended WPS Number Missing Answers
Query wps_ss_sum_nt Integer Recommended WPS Number Total Questions
Query dim_y_ss_mean Float Recommended Discrimination Measure mean(dim_matrix_q1,dim_matrix_q2,dim_matrix_q3,dim_matrix_q4,dim_matrix_q5,dim_matrix_q6,dim_matrix_q7); Only add if value 1 - 5; Validation: Minimum of four items must be answered discrimination_ss_mean
Query dim_y_ss_mean_nm Integer Recommended Discrimination Measure mean: Number Missing Answers discrimination_ss_mean_nm
Query dim_y_ss_mean_nt Integer Recommended Discrimination Measure mean: Number Total Questions discrimination_ss_mean_nt
macv_y_ss_fr_nm Integer Recommended Family Referrent Number Missing macvs_ss_fr_nm
macv_y_ss_fr_nt Integer Recommended Family Referrent Number Total macvs_ss_fr_nt
macv_y_ss_fs Float Recommended Family Support Sum Score mean([macv_q2], [macv_q7], [macv_q12], [macv_q16], [macv_q21], [macv_q26]) Validation: All items must be answered macvs_ss_fs
macv_y_ss_fs_nm Integer Recommended Family Support Number Missing macvs_ss_fs_nm
macv_y_ss_fs_nt Integer Recommended Family Support Number Total macvs_ss_fs_nt
pbp_ss_prosocial_peers Float Recommended Involvement with Prosocial Peers sum(pbp_athletes, pbp_church, pbp_good_student) Validation: Minimum of two items must be answered peer_behav_ss_prosocial_peers
pbp_ss_prosocial_peers_nm Integer Recommended Involvement with Prosocial Peers Missing peer_behav_ss_prosocial_peers_nm
pbp_ss_prosocial_peers_nt Integer Recommended Involvement with Prosocial Peers Total peer_behav_ss_prosocial_peers_nt
pbp_ss_rule_break Float Recommended Involvement with Rule Breaking/Delinquent Peers sum(pbp_skip_school, pbp_suspended, pbp_shop_lifted) Validation: Minimum of two items must be answered peer_behav_ss_rule_break
pbp_ss_rule_break_nm Integer Recommended Involvement with Rule Breaking/Delinquent Peers Missing peer_behav_ss_rule_break_nm
pbp_ss_rule_break_nt Integer Recommended Involvement with Rule Breaking/Delinquent Peers Total peer_behav_ss_rule_break_nt
macv_y_ss_fo Float Recommended Family Obligation mean([macv_q3], [macv_q8], [macv_q13], [macv_q17], [macv_q22]) Validation: All questions must be answered macvs_ss_fo
macv_y_ss_fo_nm Integer Recommended Family Obligation Number Missing macvs_ss_fo_nm
macv_y_ss_fo_nt Integer Recommended Family Obligation Number Total macvs_ss_fo_nt
macv_y_ss_fr Float Recommended Family Referrent Sum Score mean[macv_q4], [macv_q9], [macv_q18], [macv_q23], [macv_q27]) Validation: All items must be answered macvs_ss_fr
pnh_ss_protective_scale Integer Recommended Peer Network Health: Protective Scale Score; sum (pnh_substance, pnh_help, pnh_how_much_help, pnh_encourage, pnh_how_much_encourage); Validation: Items #1,#2, and #3 must be answered peer_network_health_ss_protective_scale
pnh_ss_protective_scale_nm Integer Recommended Peer Network Health: Protective Scale Missing peer_network_health_ss_protective_scale_nm
pnh_ss_protective_scale_nt Integer Recommended Peer Network Health: Protective Scale Total peer_network_health_ss_protective_scale_nt
mnbs_ss_monitor_supervision Float Recommended Monitoring/Supervision: mean of 1,2,3,4
mnbs_ss_mean_all Float Recommended all: mean 1-10
macv_y_ss_isr Integer Recommended Independence/Self Reliance: mean:indep/self reliance = 5, 10, 14, 19, 24
macv_y_ss_r Integer Recommended Religion: mean: religion = 1, 6, 11, 15, 20, 25, 28
mnbs_ss_ed_support Float Recommended Educational/support: mean of 8,9,10
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