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Behavioral Inhibition Questionnaire

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*GUID_R03
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectSID_R03
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age 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.
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
biq01IntegerRecommendedApproaches new situations or activities very hesitantly1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ01_R03, biq_child_1, biq_parent_1, rbiqparent_1
biq02IntegerRecommendedWill happily approach a group of unfamiliar children to join in their play1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ02_R03, biq_child_2, biq_parent_2, rbiqparent_2_r
biq03IntegerRecommendedIs very quiet around new (adult) guests to our home1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ03_R03, biq_child_3, biq_parent_3, rbiqparent_3
biq04IntegerRecommendedIs cautious in activities that involve physical challenge (e.g. climbing, jumping from heights)1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ04_R03, biq_child_4, biq_parent_4, rbiqparent_4
biq05IntegerRecommendedSettles in quickly when visiting the homes of people he/she does not know well1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ05_R03, biq_child_5, biq_parent_5, rbiqparent_5_r
biq06IntegerRecommendedEnjoys being the center of attention1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ06_R03, biq_child_6, biq_parent_6, rbiqparent_6_r
biq07IntegerRecommendedIs comfortable asking other children to play1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ07_R03, biq_child_7, biq_parent_7, rbiqparent_7_r
biq08IntegerRecommendedIs shy when first meeting new children1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ08_R03, biq_child_8, biq_parent_8, rbiqparent_8
biq09IntegerRecommendedHappily separates from parent(s) when left in new situations for the first time1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ09_R03, biq_child_9, biq_parent_9, rbiqparent_9_r
biq10IntegerRecommendedIs happy to perform in front of others (e.g. singing, dancing)1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ10_R03, biq_child_10, biq_parent_10, rbiqparent_10_r
biq11IntegerRecommendedQuickly adjusts to new situations1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ11_R03, biq_child_11, biq_parent_11, rbiqparent_11_r
biq12IntegerRecommendedIs reluctant to approach a group of unfamiliar children to ask to join in1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ12_R03, biq_child_12, biq_parent_12, rbiqparent_12
biq13IntegerRecommendedIs confident in activities that involve physical challenge (e.g., climbing, jumping from heights)1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ13_R03, biq_child_13, biq_parent_13, rbiqparent_13_r
biq14IntegerRecommendedIs independent1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ14_R03, biq_child_14, biq_parent_14, rbiqparent_14_r
biq15IntegerRecommendedSeems comfortable in new situations1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ15_R03, biq_child_15, biq_parent_15, rbiqparent_15_r
biq16IntegerRecommendedIs very talkative to adult strangers1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ16_R03, biq_child_16, biq_parent_16, rbiqparent_16_r
biq17IntegerRecommendedIs hesitant to explore new play equipment1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ17_R03, biq_child_17, biq_parent_17, rbiqparent_17
biq18IntegerRecommendedGets upset at being left in new situations for the first time1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ18_R03, biq_child_18, biq_parent_18, rbiqparent_18
biq19IntegerRecommendedIs very friendly with children they have just met1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ19_R03, biq_child_19, biq_parent_19, rbiqparent_19_r
biq20IntegerRecommendedTends to watch other children, rather than join in their games1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ20_R03, biq_child_20, biq_parent_20, rbiqparent_20
biq21IntegerRecommendedDislikes being the center of attention1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ21_R03, biq_child_21, biq_parent_21, rbiqparent_21
biq22IntegerRecommendedIs clingy when we visit the homes of people we do not know well1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ22_R03, biq_child_22, biq_parent_22, rbiqparent_22
biq23IntegerRecommendedHappily approaches new situations or activities1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ22_R03, biq_child_23, biq_parent_23, rbiqparent_23_r
biq24IntegerRecommendedIs outgoing1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ24_R03, biq_child_24, biq_parent_24, rbiqparent_24_r
biq25IntegerRecommendedSeems nervous or uncomfortable in new situations1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ25_R03, biq_child_25, biq_parent_25, rbiqparent_25
biq26IntegerRecommendedHappily chats with new (adult) visitors to my home1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ26_R03, biq_child_26, biq_parent_26, rbiqparent_26_r
biq27IntegerRecommendedTakes many days to adjust to new situations1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ27_R03, biq_child_27, biq_parent_27, rbiqparent_27
biq28IntegerRecommendedIs reluctant to perform in front of others (e.g., singing, dancing)1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ28_R03, biq_child_28, biq_parent_28, rbiqparent_28
biq29IntegerRecommendedHappily explores new play equipment1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ29_R03, biq_child_29, biq_parent_29, rbiqparent_29_r
biq30IntegerRecommendedIs very quiet with adult strangers1::71=Hardly ever; 2=Infrequently; 3=Once in a while; 4=Sometimes; 5=Often; 6=Very often; 7=Almost alwaysBIQ30_R03, biq_child_30, biq_parent_30, rbiqparent_30
biqscale1IntegerRecommendedUnfamiliar peer score
biqscale2IntegerRecommendedUnfamiliar adults score
biqscale3IntegerRecommendedPerformance situations score
biqscale4IntegerRecommendedSeparation/preschool score
biqscale5IntegerRecommendedUnfamiliar situations score
biqscale6IntegerRecommendedPhysical challenge score
biq_totalFloatRecommendedBehavioral inhibition total scorerbi_score
respondentString20RecommendedRespondentMother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
version_formString100RecommendedForm used/assessment name
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