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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 clinical_barcode
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY bl_visit_date, date_time_bisbas
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. ch_age
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth
M;F; O; NR
M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported ch_sex, gender
Query bisbas1 Integer Recommended A person's family is the most important thing in life. 1 :: 4 4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_01, c_bisbas_1
Query bisbas2 Integer Recommended Even if something bad is about to happen to me, I rarely experience fear or nervousness.
1 :: 4
1= Very true for me; 2= Somewhat true for me; 3= Somewhat false for me; 4= Very false for me bis00_1, bis1_1, bis2_1, bis_bas_02, bisbas5_y, bisbas_14i_r, bisbas_q1, c_bisbas_2
Query bisbas3 Integer Recommended I go out of my way to get things I want.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_03, bisbas14_y, bisbas_7a, bisbas_q2, c_bisbas_3
Query bisbas4 Integer Recommended When I'm doing well at something I love to keep at it.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_04, bis_bas_child_9, bisbas9_y, bisbas_6a, bisbas_q3, c_bisbas_4
Query bisbas5 Integer Recommended I'm always willing to try something new if I think it will be fun.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_05, bis_bas_child_19, bisbas19_y, bisbas_12a, bisbas_q4, c_bisbas_5
Query bisbas6 Integer Recommended How I dress is important to me. 1 :: 4 4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_06, c_bisbas_6
Query bisbas7 Integer Recommended When I get something I want, I feel excited and energized.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_07, bis_bas_child_8, bisbas8_y, bisbas_2a, bisbas_q5, c_bisbas_7
Query bisbas8 Integer Recommended Criticism or scolding hurts me quite a bit.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis00_2, bis1_2, bis2_2, bis_bas_08, bisbas3_y, bisbas_9i, bisbas_q6, c_bisbas_8
Query bisbas9 Integer Recommended When I want something I usually go all-out to get it.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_09, bis_bas_child_13, bisbas13_y, bisbas_3a, bisbas_q7, c_bisbas_9
Query bisbas10 Integer Recommended I will often do things for no other reason than that they might be fun.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_10, bis_bas_child_17, bisbas17_y, bisbas_4a, bisbas_q8, c_bisbas_10
Query bisbas11 Integer Recommended It's hard for me to find the time to do things such as get a haircut. 1 :: 4 4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_11, c_bisbas_11
Query bisbas12 Integer Recommended If I see a chance to get something I want I move on it right away.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_12, bisbas15_y, bisbas_11a, bisbas_q9, c_bisbas_12
Query bisbas13 Integer Recommended I feel pretty worried or upset when I think or know somebody is angry at me.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis00_3, bis1_3, bis2_3, bis_bas_13, bis_bas_child_4, bisbas4_y, bisbas_13i, bisbas_q10, c_bisbas_13
Query bisbas14 Integer Recommended When I see an opportunity for something I like I get excited right away.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_14, bis_bas_child_12, bisbas12_y, bisbas_q11, c_bisbas_14
Query bisbas15 Integer Recommended I often act spur of the moment.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_15, bis_bas_child_20, bisbas20_y, bisbas_17a, bisbas_q12, c_bisbas_15
Query bisbas16 Integer Recommended If I think something unpleasant is going to happen I usually get pretty "worked up.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis00_4, bis1_4, bis2_4, bis_bas_16, bis_bas_child_1, bisbas1_y, bisbas_1i, bisbas_q13, c_bisbas_16
Query bisbas17 Integer Recommended I often wonder why people act the way they do. 1 :: 4 4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_17, c_bisbas_17
Query bisbas18 Integer Recommended When good things happen to me, it affects me strongly.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_18, bisbas10_y, bisbas_10a, bisbas_14, bisbas_q14, c_bisbas_18
Query bisbas19 Integer Recommended I feel worried when I think I have done poorly at something important.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis00_5, bis1_5, bis2_5, bis_bas_19, bis_bas_child_6, bisbas6_y, bisbas_15, bisbas_18i, bisbas_q15, c_bisbas_19
Query bisbas20 Integer Recommended I crave excitement and new sensations.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_20, bis_bas_child_18, bisbas18_y, bisbas_16, bisbas_8a, bisbas_q16, c_bisbas_20
Query bisbas21 Integer Recommended When I go after something I use a "no holds barred" approach.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_21, bisbas16_y, bisbas_17, bisbas_7a, bisbas_q17, c_bisbas_21
Query bisbas22 Integer Recommended I have very few fears compared to my friends. 1 :: 4 1= Very true for me; 2= Somewhat true for me; 3= Somewhat false for me; 4= Very false for me bis00_6, bis1_6, bis2_6, bis_bas_22, bisbas_18, bisbas_q18, c_bisbas_22
Query bisbas23 Integer Recommended It would excite me to win a contest.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_23, bis_bas_child_11, bisbas11_y, bisbas_15a, bisbas_19, bisbas_q19, c_bisbas_23
Query bisbas24 Integer Recommended I worry about making mistakes.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis00_7, bis1_7, bis2_7, bis_bas_24, bis_bas_child_2, bisbas2_y, bisbas_20, bisbas_5i, bisbas_q20, c_bisbas_24
Query bissc_total Integer Recommended BIS Scale score 2,8,13,16,19,22,24; 99= N/A; 999 = Applicable, but missing bis, bis_score, bis_total, bis_y_ss_bis_sum, c_bisbas_sub_bis, c_totalbis, phenx_srp_bis
Query bas_drive Integer Recommended BAS Drive 3, 9, 12, 21; 99= N/A; 999=Missing bas_drive_score, bis_y_ss_bas_drive, c_bisbas_sub_bas_drive, c_totalbasdrive, phenx_srp_bas_drive
Query bas_fs Integer Recommended BAS Fun seeking 5, 10, 15, 20; 99= N/A; 999=Missing bas_fun_seeking, bas_fun_seeking_score, bis_y_ss_bas_fs, c_bisbas_sub_bas_fun, c_totalbasfunseek, phenx_srp_bas_funseeking
Query bas_rr Integer Recommended BAS Reward responsiveness 4, 7, 14, 18, 23; 99= N/A; 999=Missing bas_reward, bas_reward_response_score, bas_reward_responsiveness, bis_y_ss_bas_rr, c_bisbas_sub_bas_rr, c_totalbasreward, phenx_srp_bas_rewardresponsiveness
Query bas_total Integer Recommended BAS Total Score bas_score, c_bisbas_sub_bas
Query version_form String 121 Required Form used/assessment name
Query bisbas_pac1 Integer Recommended If my child thinks something unpleasant is going to happen, he/she usually gets pretty worked up. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_1, bisbasc1, pp36bisbas1
Query bisbas_pac2 Integer Recommended When good things happen to my child, it affects him/her strongly. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_2, bisbasc2, pp36bisbas2
Query bisbas_pac3 Integer Recommended When my child sees an opportunity for something, he/she gets excited right away. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_3, bisbasc3, pp36bisbas3
Query bisbas_pac4 Integer Recommended Even if something bad is about to happen, my child rarely seems to be nervous or fearful. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_4, bisbasc4, pp36bisbas4
Query bisbas_pac5 Integer Recommended My child worries if he/she thinks that he/she has done poorly at something. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_5, bisbasc5, pp36bisbas5
Query bisbas_pac6 Integer Recommended My child has few fears compared to his/her friends. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_6, bisbasc6, pp36bisbas6
Query bisbas_pac7 Integer Recommended When my child wants something, he/she goes all out to get it. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_7, bisbasc7, pp36bisbas7
Query bisbas_pac8 Integer Recommended My child feels pretty worried or upset when he/she thinks or knows that somebody is angry at him/her. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_8, bisbasc8, pp36bisbas8
Query bisbas_pac9 Integer Recommended When my child gets something that he/she wants, he/she feels energized. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_9, bisbasc9, pp36bisbas9
Query bisbas_pac10 Integer Recommended My child acts on the spur of the moment. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_10, bisbasc10, pp36bisbas10
Query bisbas_pac11 Integer Recommended When my child is doing well at something, he/she loves to keep at it. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_11, bisbasc11, pp36bisbas11
Query bisbas_pac12 Integer Recommended It would excite my child very much to win a prize. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_12, bisbasc12, pp36bisbas12
Query bisbas_pac13 Integer Recommended Criticism or scolding hurts my child quite a lot. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_13, bisbasc13, pp36bisbas13
Query bisbas_pac14 Integer Recommended When my child wants something, he/she rarely takes 'no' for an answer. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_14, bisbasc14, pp36bisbas14
Query bisbas_pac15 Integer Recommended My child will often do things for no reason other than that they might be fun. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_15, bisbasc15, pp36bisbas15
Query bisbas_pac16 Integer Recommended My child worries a lot about making mistakes. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_16, bisbasc16, pp36bisbas16
Query bisbas_pac17 Integer Recommended My child craves excitement and new sensations. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_17, bisbasc17, pp36bisbas17
Query bisbas_pac18 Integer Recommended My child is always willing to try something new if he/she thinks it will be fun. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_18, bisbasc18, pp36bisbas18
Query bisbas_pac19 Integer Recommended My child goes out of his/her way to get something he/she wants. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_19, bisbasc19, pp36bisbas19
Query bisbas_pac20 Integer Recommended When this child sees something he/she wants, he/she moves on it right away. 1::7 1 = extremely untrue; 2 = quite untrue; 3 = slightly untrue; 4 = neither true nor untrue; 5 = slightly true; 6 = quite true; 7 = extremely true bis_bas_parent_20, bisbasc20, pp36bisbas20
comments_misc String 4,000 Recommended Miscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
Query bis_y_ss_bis_sum_nm Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BIS Sum: Number Missing Answers
Query bis_y_ss_bis_sum_nt Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BIS Sum: Number Total Questions
Query bis_y_ss_bas_rr_nm Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS Reward Responsiveness: Number Missing Answers
Query bis_y_ss_bas_rr_nt Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS Reward Responsiveness: Number Total Questions
Query bis_y_ss_bas_drive_nm Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS drive: Number Missing Answers
Query bis_y_ss_bas_drive_nt Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS drive: Number Total Questions
Query bis_y_ss_bas_fs_nm Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS Fun Seeking: Number Missing Answers
Query bis_y_ss_bas_fs_nt Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS Fun Seeking: Number Total Questions
Query bis_y_ss_bism_sum Integer Recommended BIS/BAS: BIS Sum (modified): bisbas2_y + bisbas3_y + bisbas4_y + bisbas6_y; Validation: All items must be answered Pagliaccio, D., Luking, K. R., et al. (2016) Revising the BIS/BAS Scale to study development: Measurement invariance and normative effects of age and sex from childhood through adulthood. Psychol Assess 28(4): 429-442.
Query bis_y_ss_bism_sum_nm Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BIS Sum (modified): Number Missing Answers
Query bis_y_ss_bism_sum_nt Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BIS Sum (modified): Number Total Questions
Query bis_y_ss_basm_rr Integer Recommended BIS/BAS: BAS Reward Responsiveness (modified): bisbas8_y + bisbas9_y + bisbas11_y + bisbas12_y; Validation: All items must be answered Pagliaccio, D., Luking, K. R., et al. (2016) Revising the BIS/BAS Scale to study development: Measurement invariance and normative effects of age and sex from childhood through adulthood. Psychol Assess 28(4): 429-442.
Query bis_y_ss_basm_rr_nm Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS Reward Responsiveness (modified): Number Missing Answers
Query bis_y_ss_basm_rr_nt Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS Reward Responsiveness (modified): Number Total Questions
Query bis_y_ss_basm_drive Integer Recommended BIS/BAS: BAS drive (modified): bisbas13_y + bisbas14_y + bisbas15_y + bisbas16_y; Validation: All items must be answered Carver, C. S. and White, T. L. (1994) Behavioral inhibition, behavioral activation and affective responses to impending reward and punishment: the BIS/BAS scales. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67(2): 319-333.
Query bis_y_ss_basm_drive_nm Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS drive (modified): Number Missing Answers
Query bis_y_ss_basm_drive_nt Integer Recommended BIS/BAS, BAS drive (modified): Number Total Questions
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name eventname
Query bisbas_20i Integer Recommended I am very fearful compared to my friends.
1::4
1 = Not true; 2 = Somewhat true; 3 = True; 4 = Very true bis_bas_child_7
Query bisbas_r_1 Integer Recommended Even if something bad is about to happen to me, I rarely experience fear or nervousness. 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_1
Query bisbas_r_2 Integer Recommended I go out of my way to get things I want. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_2
Query bisbas_r_3 Integer Recommended When I'm doing well at something I love to keep at it. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_3
Query bisbas_r_4 Integer Recommended I'm always willing to try something new if I think it will be fun. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_4
Query bisbas_r_5 Integer Recommended When I get something I want, I feel excited and energized. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_5
Query bisbas_r_6 Integer Recommended Criticism or scolding hurts me quite a bit. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_6
Query bisbas_r_7 Integer Recommended When I want something I usually go all-out to get it. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_7
Query bisbas_r_8 Integer Recommended I will often do things for no other reason than that they might be fun. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_8
Query bisbas_r_9 Integer Recommended If I see a chance to get something I want I move on it right away. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_9
Query bisbas_r_10 Integer Recommended I feel pretty worried or upset when I think or know somebody is angry at me. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_10
Query bisbas_r_11 Integer Recommended When I see an opportunity for something I like I get excited right away. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_11
Query bisbas_r_12 Integer Recommended I often act spur of the moment. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_12
Query bisbas_r_13 Integer Recommended If I think something unpleasant is going to happen I usually get pretty "worked up. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_13
Query bisbas_r_14 Integer Recommended When good things happen to me, it affects me strongly. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_14
Query bisbas_r_15 Integer Recommended I feel worried when I think I have done poorly at something important. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_15
Query bisbas_r_16 Integer Recommended I crave excitement and new sensations. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_16
Query bisbas_r_17 Integer Recommended When I go after something I use a "no holds barred" approach. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_17
Query bisbas_r_18 Integer Recommended I have very few fears compared to my friends. 1 :: 4 1= Strongly Disagree; 2= Disagree; 3= Agree; 4= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_18
Query bisbas_r_19 Integer Recommended It would excite me to win a contest. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_19
Query bisbas_r_20 Integer Recommended I worry about making mistakes. 1 :: 4 4= Strongly Disagree; 3= Disagree; 2= Agree; 1= Strongly Agree phenx_srp_20
respondent String 20 Recommended Respondent Mother;Father;Parent;Guardian;Teacher;Child;Self;Caregiver;Partner;Other
bisbas_16a Integer Recommended Nobody can stop me when I want something.
1 :: 4
4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me bis_bas_child_16
bisbas_19a Integer Recommended I get really excited when I see an opportunity to get something I like. 1 :: 4 4= Very true for me; 3= Somewhat true for me; 2= Somewhat false for me; 1= Very false for me
timept Integer Recommended Time Point 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
sample Integer Recommended Training or randomized case 1::5 1 = randomized; 2 = training; 3=randomized-control; 4=randomized-intervention; 5=concurrent cohort-intervention
comqother String 255 Recommended Respondent - Other (text)
vis_type Integer Recommended Visit type 0::2 1=Phone/remote; 0=doctor's office/In person; 2=No, not phone interview visit_type, visit_type_12, visit_type_6
timepoint_label String 50 Recommended Timepoint/visit label
rt_ Float Recommended The number of milliseconds since the start of the questionnaire until completed
time_elapsed Float Recommended The number of milliseconds since the start of the experiment until the questionnaire was completed
bisbas_8 Integer Recommended When I see an opportunity for something I like I get excited right away. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_9 Integer Recommended When I want something I usually go all-out to get it. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_10 Integer Recommended I go out of my way to get things I want. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_11 Integer Recommended If I see a chance to get something I want I move on it right away. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_12 Integer Recommended When I go after something I use a no-holds-barred approach. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_13 Integer Recommended I would be overjoyed if a loved one unexpectedly died. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_1 Integer Recommended I worry about making mistakes. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_2 Integer Recommended Criticism or scolding hurts me quite a bit. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_3 Integer Recommended I feel pretty worried or upset when I think or know somebody is angry at me. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_4 Integer Recommended I feel worried when I think I have done poorly at something important. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_5 Integer Recommended When I get something I want, I feel excited and energized. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_6 Integer Recommended When I'm doing well at something I love to keep at it. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bisbas_7 Integer Recommended It would excite me to win a contest. 0::3 0 = Very false for me; 1 = Somewhat false for me; 2 = Somewhat true for me; 3 = Very true for me
bb_prnt_scr_fun_mean Float Recommended Parent BAS Fun Seeking Mean Total Mean of ([bis_bas_parent_10], [bis_bas_parent_15], [bis_bas_parent_17], [bis_bas_parent_18])/4
bis_bas_child_3 Integer Recommended I am hurt when people scold me or tell me that I do something wrong 1 :: 4 1= not true; 2= somewhat true; 3= true; 4= very true
bis_bas_child_5 Integer Recommended I do not become fearful or nervous, even when something bad happens to me 1 :: 4 1= very true; 2= true; 3= somewhat true; 4= not true
bis_bas_child_10 Integer Recommended I get thrilled when good things happen to me 1 :: 4 1= not true; 2= somewhat true; 3= true; 4= very true
bis_bas_child_14 Integer Recommended I do everything to get the things that I want 1 :: 4 1= not true; 2= somewhat true; 3= true; 4= very true
bis_bas_child_15 Integer Recommended When I see an opportunity to get something that I want, I go for it right away 1 :: 4 1= not true; 2= somewhat true; 3= true; 4= very true
bb_child_scr_bis Float Recommended Child BIS Raw Score Sum of [bis_bas_child_1], [bis_bas_child_5], [bis_bas_child_6], [bis_bas_child_7], [bis_bas_child_4], [bis_bas_child_3], [bis_bas_child_2]
bb_child_scr_bis_mean Float Recommended Child BIS Mean Total Mean of ([bis_bas_child_1], [bis_bas_child_5], [bis_bas_child_6], [bis_bas_child_7], [bis_bas_child_4], [bis_bas_child_3], [bis_bas_child_2])/7
bb_child_scr_bas_dr Float Recommended Child BAS Drive Raw Score Sum of [bis_bas_child_13], [bis_bas_child_16], [bis_bas_child_14], [bis_bas_child_15]
bb_child_scr_bas_dr_mean Float Recommended Child BAS Drive Mean Total Mean of ([bis_bas_child_13], [bis_bas_child_16], [bis_bas_child_14], [bis_bas_child_15])/4
bb_child_scr_bas_rr Float Recommended Child BAS Reward Responsiveness Raw Score Sum of [bis_bas_child_10], [bis_bas_child_12], [bis_bas_child_8], [bis_bas_child_9], [bis_bas_child_11]
bb_child_scr_bas_rr_mean Float Recommended Child BAS Reward Responsiveness Mean Total Mean of ([bis_bas_child_10], [bis_bas_child_12], [bis_bas_child_8], [bis_bas_child_9], [bis_bas_child_11])/5
bb_child_scr_bas_fs Float Recommended Child BAS Fun Seeking Raw Score Sum of [bis_bas_child_20], [bis_bas_child_17], [bis_bas_child_18], [bis_bas_child_19]
bb_child_scr_bas_fs_mean Float Recommended Child BAS Fun Seeking Mean Total Mean of ([bis_bas_child_20], [bis_bas_child_17], [bis_bas_child_18], [bis_bas_child_19])/4
bb_prnt_scr_bis_raw Float Recommended Parent BIS Raw Sum of [bis_bas_parent_1], [bis_bas_parent_4], [bis_bas_parent_5], [bis_bas_parent_6], [bis_bas_parent_8], [bis_bas_parent_13], [bis_bas_parent_16]
bb_prnt_scr_bis_mean Float Recommended Parent BIS Mean Total Mean of ([bis_bas_parent_1], [bis_bas_parent_4], [bis_bas_parent_5], [bis_bas_parent_6], [bis_bas_parent_8], [bis_bas_parent_13], [bis_bas_parent_16])/7
bb_prnt_scr_bas_drive Float Recommended Parent BAS Drive Raw Score Sum of [bis_bas_parent_7], [bis_bas_parent_14], [bis_bas_parent_19], [bis_bas_parent_20]
bb_prnt_scr_bas_drive_mean Float Recommended Parent BAS Drive Mean Total Mean of ([bis_bas_parent_7], [bis_bas_parent_14], [bis_bas_parent_19], [bis_bas_parent_20])/4
bb_prnt_scr_bas_reward Float Recommended Parent BAS Reward Responsiveness Raw Score Sum of [bis_bas_parent_2], [bis_bas_parent_3], [bis_bas_parent_9], [bis_bas_parent_11], [bis_bas_parent_12]
bb_prnt_scr_bas_reward_mean Float Recommended Parent BAS Reward Responsiveness Mean Total Mean of ([bis_bas_parent_2], [bis_bas_parent_3], [bis_bas_parent_9], [bis_bas_parent_11], [bis_bas_parent_12])/5
bb_prnt_scr_fun Float Recommended Parent BAS Fun Seeking Raw Score Sum of [bis_bas_parent_10], [bis_bas_parent_15], [bis_bas_parent_17], [bis_bas_parent_18]
custom_src_id String 30 Recommended Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project (used for source IDs that change depending on timepoint/visit/etc.)
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