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Behavioral Intentions

59 Shared Subjects

Adolescent and Parent versions
Clinical Assessments
ADHD
12/10/2019
bia01
07/22/2020
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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
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name
sia_schd Integer Recommended Parent: Given 10 people with ADHD, how many would you expect to take medicine for ADHD every school day? / Child: Given 10 people with ADHD, how many would you expect to take medicine for ADHD every school day? 0::10 number of people
sia_wkd Integer Recommended Parent: Given 10 people with ADHD, how many would you expect to take medicine for ADHD every weekend day? / Child: Given 10 people with ADHD, how many would you expect to take medicine for ADHD every weekend day? 0::10 number of people
sia_vcd Integer Recommended Parent: Given 10 people with ADHD, how many would you expect to take medicine for ADHD every day during school vacations (i.e. summer, winter holidays)? / Child: Given 10 people with ADHD, how many would you expect to take medicine for ADHD every day during school vacations (i.e. summer, winter holidays)? 0::10 number of people
expect_schd Integer Recommended Parent: I expect my child to take medicine for ADHD every school day. / Child: I expect to take medicine for ADHD every school day. 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
expect_wkd Integer Recommended Parent: I expect my child to take medicine for ADHD every weekend day. / Child: I expect to take medicine for ADHD every weekend day. 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
expect_vcd Integer Recommended Parent: I expect to take medicine for ADHD every day during school vacations (i.e. summer, winter holidays). / Child: I expect to take medicine for ADHD every day during school vacations (i.e. summer, winter holidays). 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
want_schd Integer Recommended Parent: I want my child to take medicine for ADHD every school day. / Child: I want to take medicine for ADHD every school day. 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
want_wkd Integer Recommended Parent: I want to take medicine for ADHD every weekend day. / Child: I want to take medicine for ADHD every weekend day. 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
want_vcd Integer Recommended Parent: I want my child to take medicine for ADHD every day during school vacations (i.e. summer, winter holidays). / Child: I want to take medicine for ADHD every day during school vacations (i.e. summer, winter holidays). 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
intend_schd Integer Recommended Parent: I intend for my child to take medicine for ADHD every school day. / Child: I intend to take medicine for ADHD every school day 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree bia_schd
intend_wkd Integer Recommended Parent: I intend for my child to take medicine for ADHD every weekend day. / Child: I intend to take medicine for ADHD every weekend day. 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree bia_wkd
intend_vcd Integer Recommended Parent: I intend for my child to take medicine for ADHD every day during school vacations (i.e. summer, winter holidays) / Child: I intend to take medicine for ADHD every day during school vacations (i.e. summer, winter holidays) 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree bia_vcd
beh_harmben Integer Recommended Parent: Taking medicine for ADHD is harmful/beneficial for my child. / Child: Taking medicine for ADHD is harmful/beneficial for me. 1::7 1= Harmful; 7= Beneficial
beh_gdbd Integer Recommended Parent: Taking medicine for ADHD is good/bad for my child. / Child: Taking medicine for ADHD is good/bad for me. 1::7 1= Bad; 7= Good
beh_pleunp Integer Recommended Parent: Taking medicine for ADHD is pleasant/unpleasant for my child. / Child: Taking medicine for ADHD is pleasant/unpleasant for me. 1::7 1= Unpleasant; 7= Pleasant
beh_wrthuse Integer Recommended Parent: Taking medicine for ADHD is worthless/useful for my child. / Child: Taking medicine for ADHD is worthless/useful for me. 1::7 1= Worthless; 7= Useful
bia1 Integer Recommended Researcher expects subjects to take medicine 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
bia2 Integer Recommended Researcher wants subjects to take medicine 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
bia3 Integer Recommended Researcher intends subjects to take medicine 1::7 1= Strongly disagree; 7= Strongly agree
outcome_name String 100 Recommended Potential Outcome Of Activity
outcome_type Integer Recommended Outcome Evaluative Or Affective? 1; 2 1= Evaluative; 2= Affective
outcome_evaluation Integer Recommended Subject Evaluation Of Outcome 999;-3 :: 3 -3= Negative; 3= Positive
belief_strength Integer Recommended Subjective Probability That Given Behavior Will Produce Outcome 1::7 1= Unlikely; 7= Likely
eval_sum Integer Recommended Salient Beliefs Of An Evaluative Nature Sum
affect_sum Integer Recommended Salient Beliefs Of An Affect Nature Sum
gl_subjnorm Float Recommended Global Measure Of Subjective Norm
bl_subjnorm Float Recommended Belief-Based Measure Of Subjective Norm
gl_prcbhctrl Float Recommended Global Measure Of Perceived Behavioral Control
bl_prcbhctrl Float Recommended Belief-Based Measure Of Perceived Behavioral Control
gl_morobli Float Recommended Global Measure Of Moral Obligation
bl_morobli Float Recommended Belief-Based Measure Of Moral Obligation
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