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Baby Care Questionnaire

70 Shared Subjects

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Clinical Assessments
Questionnaire
01/20/2016
bcq01
01/20/2016
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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 id, patid
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
Query bcq_sleep_1 Integer Recommended Babies can have a good night's sleep regardless of scheduling. 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_2 Integer Recommended Strict sleeping routines prevent parent(s) from enjoying their child. 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_3 Integer Recommended Sleeping schedules make babies unhappy. 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_4 Integer Recommended It is important to introduce a sleeping schedule as early as possible. 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_5 Integer Recommended Babies benefit from a quiet room to sleep 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_6 Integer Recommended Babies benefit from a fixed napping/sleeping schedule 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_7 Integer Recommended Some days, babies need more or less sleep than other days 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_8 Integer Recommended Babies benefit from physical contact with parent(s) when they wake during the night. 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_9 Integer Recommended When babies cry in the night to check if someone is near, it is best to leave them 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_1 Integer Recommended Implementing feeding/eating schedules leads to a calm and content baby 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_2 Integer Recommended Feeding/eating routines are easy to follow 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_3 Integer Recommended One danger of feeding/eating schedules is that babies might not get enough to eat 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_4 Integer Recommended Parent(s) should find a pattern of feeding/eating that suits the baby 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_5 Integer Recommended Baby-led feeding leads to behavioral and sleep problems 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_6 Integer Recommended Following feeding/eating routines prevents parent(s) from enjoying parenthood to the full 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_7 Integer Recommended It is important to introduce feeding/eating schedule as early as possible 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_8 Integer Recommended Offering milk/food to a baby is a good way to test whether she/he is hungry 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_9 Integer Recommended Babies will eat whenever milk/food is offered even if they are not hungry 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_eating_10 Integer Recommended Babies will not follow feeding/eating schedules 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_1 Integer Recommended Babies with regular schedules spend less time crying 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_2 Integer Recommended Babies cry no matter what their routines 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_3 Integer Recommended Parent(s) should delay responding a crying baby 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_4 Integer Recommended Routines lead to more crying 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_5 Integer Recommended It is a good idea to have a set time you leave a baby to calm herself/himself down, and increase this amount of time each week 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_6 Integer Recommended Physical contact such as stroking or rocking helps a baby to be calm 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_7 Integer Recommended Holding babies frequently during the day makes them more demanding 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_8 Integer Recommended Responding quickly to a crying baby leads to less crying in the long run 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_9 Integer Recommended Having a set routine helps an upset baby calm down 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_10 Integer Recommended Babies with regular schedules cry just as much as babies without regular schedules 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_crying_11 Integer Recommended Leaving a baby to cry can cause emotional insecurity 1 :: 4; -99; 77; 88 1=Strongly Disagree; 2=Disagree; 3=Agree; 4=Strongly Agree; -99= N/A; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
Query bcq_sleep_total Integer Recommended Sum total of sleep subsection
Query bcq_eating_total Integer Recommended Sum total of eating subsection
Query bcq_crying_total Integer Recommended Sum total of crying subsection
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name
Query relationship Integer Recommended Relationship of respondent to individual 1::94;-999 1 = Biological mom; 2 = Biological dad; 3 = Grandparent; 4 = Special education (sped) teacher; 5 = General education teacher; 6 = Occupational therapist; 7 = Speech and language therapist; 8 = Behavioral therapist; 9 = Paraprofessional; 10 = Aide; 11 = Principal; 12 = Administrator; 14 = Content teacher; 15 = Parent center director; 16 = Self; 17=Adoptive mother; 18=Adoptive father; 19=Foster mother; 20 = Foster father; 21=Grandmother; 22=Grandfather; 23=Step-mother; 24 = Step-father; 25=Aunt; 26=Uncle; 28=Both parents;31= Grandmother from mother side; 32= Grandfather from mother side; 33= Grandmother from father side; 34= Grandfather from father side; 36= Brother; 37= Sister; 38= Cousin; 39= female caregiver; 40=male caregiver; 41=Female child; 42=Male child; 43=Spouse/Mate; 44=Friend; 45=Parent; 46=Significant other; 47=Sibling; 48=Son/Daughter; 49=Son-in-law/Daughter-in law; 50=Other Relative; 51=Paid caregiver; 52=Friends; 53=Roommate; 54=Supervisor; 55=mother's boyfriend; 56=other parental figure; 57=Summary; 58=counselor ; 59 = other female relative; 60 = other male relative; 61 = non-relative ; 62=Maternal Aunt; 63=Maternal Uncle; 64=Maternal Cousin; 65 = Paternal Aunt; 66=Paternal Uncle; 67=Paternal Cousin ; 68=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother; 69=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Grandmother; 70=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother and Foster Father; 71=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Mother; 72=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Foster Mother; 73=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 74=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 75=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Other; 76=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Stepfather; 77=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepfather; 78=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandfather; 79=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Father; 80=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother; 81=Guardian, female; 82=Other female; 83=Guardian, male; 84=Other male; 85=Other/Grandparent/Nanny; 86 = Mother, Father, Guardian; 87 = Daughter, son, grandchild; 88 = Professional (e.g., social worker, nurse, therapist, psychiatrist, or group home staff); -999=Missing; 89 = Biological parent; 90=Other; 91 = Stepparent; 92 = Adoptive parent; 93 = Foster parent; 94 = Co-worker
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