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Cambridge Neuropsychological Tests Automated Battery

51 Shared Subjects

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Clinical Assessments
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07/07/2017
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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 id
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY adate
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
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name tpoint
version_form String 121 Recommended Form used/assessment name
Query trial Integer Recommended Trial number 0::9999; -777; -999 1 = first; 2= second; 3=third; 4=fourth; 5=fifth; 6=sixth; etc; -777=NA, -999=missing
Query age_days_dot_to_dob Integer Recommended Age in days obtained by subtracting the date of birth from the date of test cantab_age_days_dot_to_dob
Query admin_status String 20 Recommended Instrument administration status Complete;Partial;Not Administered;Not Applicable cantab_administration_status
Query cantab1 Float Recommended Motor Screening: Mean Response Latency ms
Query cantab2 Float Recommended Motor Screening: Accuracy 0::100 Percent correctly pointed to
Query cantab3 Float Recommended Pattern recognition memory: Mean Latency to Correct Responses ms
Query cantab4 Integer Recommended Pattern recognition memory: Number of Correct Responses
Query cantab5 Float Recommended Pattern recognition memory: Percent of Correct Responses 0::100 Percent correct
Query cantab6 Float Recommended Spatial memory span: Length of memory span longest sequence successfully recalled
Query cantab7 Integer Recommended Spatial memory span: Total Errors
Query cantab8 Integer Recommended Spatial memory span: Total Usage Errors
Query cantab9 Float Recommended Spatial memory span: Mean Latency ms
Query cantab10 Integer Recommended Intradimensional/ extradimensional shift: Total errors
cantab_ied_initial_shift String 10 Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest indicates whether the initial set shift was intra or extradimensional
cantab_ied_original_dimension String 10 Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest original dimension (i.e., shape)
Query cantab_ied_outcome String 30 Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest outcome Y; N; F; A test completed; test not completed; test aborted; test failed
Query cantab_ied_stage_all_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest total number of errors for all stages
Query cantab_ied_stage_all_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest average latency for all trials across all stages
Query cantab_ied_stage_all_trials Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest total number of trials completed across al stages
Query cantab_ied_stage1_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 1 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage1_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 1 average latency for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage1_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 1 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stage2_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 2 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage2_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 2 average latency for all the trials for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage2_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 2 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stage3_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 3 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage3_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 3 average latency for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage3_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 3 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stage4_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 4 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage4_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 4 average latency for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage4_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 4 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stage5_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 5 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage5_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 5 average latency for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage5_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 5 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stage6_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 6 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage6_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 6 average latency for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage6_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 6 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stage7_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 7 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage7_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 7 average latency for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage7_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 7 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stage8_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 8 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage8_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 8 average latency for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage8_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 8 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stage9_error Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 9 total number of errors
Query cantab_ied_stage9_latency Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 9 average latency for all the trials
Query cantab_ied_stage9_trial Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 9 total number of trials
Query cantab_ied_stages_completed Integer Recommended CANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest total number of stages completed up to a maximum of 9
Query cantab23 Integer Recommended Stockings of Cambridge: Number of moves
Query cantab24 Integer Recommended Stockings of Cambridge: Problems solved in minimum moves
Query cantab25 Float Recommended Stockings of Cambridge: Mean initial thinking time seconds
Query cantab26 Float Recommended Stockings of Cambridge: Subsequent thinking time across all levels seconds
Query cantab27 Float Recommended Stockings of Cambridge: Mean subsequent thinking time seconds
Query cantab28 Integer Recommended Verbal Recognition Memory: Amount of words produced after presentation
Query cantab29 Integer Recommended Verbal Recognition Memory: Amount of words recognized from mixed list of presented words and distractors
Query cantab30 Integer Recommended Verbal Recognition Memory: Amount of words recognized from mixed list of presented words and distractors after 20 minutes
Query cantab31 Float Recommended Cambridge Gambling Task Trial 1: Score change The difference between the starting points and points at end of task
Query cantab32 Float Recommended Cambridge Gambling Task Trial 1: Mean decision making speed seconds
Query cantab33 Float Recommended Cambridge Gambling Task Trial 1: Percentage chose the most likely outcome
Query cantab34 Float Recommended Cambridge Gambling Task Trial 1: Ratio of the boxes Expressed in decimal; red/blue
Query cantab35 Float Recommended Cambridge Gambling Task Trial 2: Score change The difference between the starting points and points at end of task
Query cantab36 Float Recommended Cambridge Gambling Task Trial 2: Mean decision making speed seconds
Query cantab37 Float Recommended Cambridge Gambling Task Trial 2: Percentage chose the most likely outcome
Query cantab38 Float Recommended Cambridge Gambling Task Trial 2: Ratio of the boxes Expressed in decimal; red/blue
data_file1 File 255 Recommended Data file 1
comments_misc String 4,000 Recommended Miscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
bl_c_cantab_ied_block3 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 3) 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_block4 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 4) 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_block5 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 5) 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_block6 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 6) 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_block7 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 7) 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_block8 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 8) 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_block9 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 9) 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_pre_ed_errors Integer Recommended IED Pre-ED Errors 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_stages_comp Integer Recommended IED Stages completed 0::9
bl_c_cantab_ied_total_errors Integer Recommended IED Total errors 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_total_err_adj Integer Recommended IED Total errors (adjusted) 0::300
bl_c_cantab_ied_total_latency Integer Recommended IED Total Latency 0::400000
bl_c_cantab_ied_total_trials Integer Recommended IED total trials 0::200
bl_c_cantab_ied_tot_trials_adj Integer Recommended IED total trials (adjusted) 0::500
bl_c_cantab_ied_duration Integer Recommended Test Duration 0::2000000
bl_c_cantab_ied_outcome Integer Recommended Test outcome 0::40
bl_c_cantab_ied_comp_stage_err Integer Recommended IED Completed stage errors 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_comp_stage_trl Integer Recommended IED Completed stage trials 0::200
bl_c_cantab_ied_comp_eds_err Integer Recommended IED EDS Errors 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_block1 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 1) 0::50
bl_c_cantab_ied_block2 Integer Recommended IED Errors (block 2) 0::50
otslf1sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to 1st Choice Standard Deviation (SD) (1 move): The standard deviation of the latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject where 1 move was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otslf2sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to 1st Choice Standard Deviation (SD) (2 move): The standard deviation of the latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject where 2 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otslf3sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to 1st Choice Standard Deviation (SD) (3 move): The standard deviation of the latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject where 3 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otslf4sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to 1st Choice Standard Deviation (SD) (4 move): The standard deviation of the latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject where 4 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otslf5sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to 1st Choice Standard Deviation (SD) (5 move): The standard deviation of the latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject where 5 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otslf6sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to 1st Choice Standard Deviation (SD) (6 move): The standard deviation of the latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject where 6 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otslfcsd Float Recommended OTS Latency to 1st Choice Standard Deviation (SD): The standard deviation of the latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmcc Float Recommended OTS Mean Choices to Correct: The mean number of box selections it took a subject before they chose the correct box. Calculated across all correct assessed trials.
otsmcc1 Float Recommended OTS Mean Choices to Correct (1 move): The mean number of box selections it took a subject before they chose the correct box on problems which could have been solved in 1 move. Calculated across all assessed 1 move problems.
otsmcc2 Float Recommended OTS Mean Choices to Correct (2 move): The mean number of box selections it took a subject before they chose the correct box on problems which could have been solved in 2 moves. Calculated across all assessed 2 move problems.
otsmcc3 Float Recommended OTS Mean Choices to Correct (3 move): The mean number of box selections it took a subject before they chose the correct box on problems which could have been solved in 3 moves. Calculated across all assessed 3 move problems.
otsmcc4 Float Recommended OTS Mean Choices to Correct (4 move): The mean number of box selections it took a subject before they chose the correct box on problems which could have been solved in 4 moves. Calculated across all assessed 4 move problems.
otsmcc5 Float Recommended OTS Mean Choices to Correct (5 move): The mean number of box selections it took a subject before they chose the correct box on problems which could have been solved in 5 moves. Calculated across all assessed 5 move problems.
otsmcc6 Float Recommended OTS Mean Choices to Correct (6 move): The mean number of box selections it took a subject before they chose the correct box on problems which could have been solved in 6 moves. Calculated across all assessed 6 move problems.
otsmdlc Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to Correct: The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject. Calculated across all assessed trials.
otsmdlc1 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to Correct (1 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 1 move was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 1 move was the correct answer.
otsmdlc2 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to Correct (2 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 2 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 2 moves was the correct answer.
otsmdlc3 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to Correct (3 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 3 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 3 moves was the correct answer.
otsmdlc4 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to Correct (4 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 4 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 4 moves was the correct answer.
otsmdlc5 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to Correct (5 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 5 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 5 moves was the correct answer.
otslc1sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to Correct Standard Deviation (SD) (1 move): The standard deviation of the response latencies, calculated from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made, for problems where 1 move was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 1 move was the correct answer.
otsmdlc6 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to Correct (6 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 6 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 6 moves was the correct answer.
otsmdlf1 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to 1st Choice (1 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 1 move was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmdlf2 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to 1st Choice (2 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 2 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmdlf3 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to 1st Choice (3 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 3 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmdlf4 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to 1st Choice (4 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 4 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmdlf5 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to 1st Choice (5 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 5 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmdlf6 Float Recommended OTS Median Latency to 1st Choice (6 move): The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 6 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subjects' first response was correct.
otsmdlfc Float Recommended KEY: OTS Median Latency to First Choice: The median latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject. Calculated across all assessed trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmlc Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to Correct: The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject. Calculated across all assessed trials.
otsmlc1 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to Correct (1 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 1 move was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 1 move was the correct answer.
otslc2sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to Correct Standard Deviation (SD) (2 move): The standard deviation of the response latencies, calculated from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made, for problems where 2 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 2 moves was the correct answer.
otsmlc2 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to Correct (2 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 2 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 2 moves was the correct answer.
otsmlc3 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to Correct (3 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 3 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 3 moves was the correct answer.
otsmlc4 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to Correct (4 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 4 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 4 moves was the correct answer.
otsmlc5 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to Correct (5 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 5 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 5 moves was the correct answer.
otsmlc6 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to Correct (6 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made by the subject for problems where 6 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 6 moves was the correct answer.
otsmlf1 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to 1st Choice (1 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 1 move was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmlf2 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to 1st Choice (2 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 2 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmlf3 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to 1st Choice (3 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 3 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's' first response was correct.
otsmlf4 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to 1st Choice (4 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 4 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmlf5 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to 1st Choice (5 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 5 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otslc3sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to Correct Standard Deviation (SD) (3 move): The standard deviation of the response latencies, calculated from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made, for problems where 3 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 3 moves was the correct answer.
otsmlf6 Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to 1st Choice (6 move): The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject for problems where 6 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otsmlfc Float Recommended OTS Mean Latency to First Choice: The mean latency, measured from the appearance of the stocking balls until the first box choice was made by the subject. Calculated across all assessed trials where the subject's first response was correct.
otspegc Float Recommended OTS Probability of Error Given Correct: The probability of an error occurring when the previous trial was responded to correctly.
otspege Float Recommended OTS Probability of Error Given Error: The probability of an error occurring when the previous trial was responded to incorrectly.
otspsfc Float Recommended KEY: OTS Problems Solved on First Choice: The total number of assessed trials where the subject chose the correct answer on their first attempt. Calculated across all assessed trials.
otspsfc1 Float Recommended OTS Problems Solved 1st Choice (1 move): The total number of assessed trials where the correct answer for the problem was 1 move and the subject correctly selected 1 move.
otspsfc2 Float Recommended OTS Problems Solved 1st Choice (2 moves): The total number of assessed trials where the correct answer for the problem was 2 moves and the subject correctly selected 2 moves.
otspsfc3 Float Recommended OTS Problems Solved 1st Choice (3 moves): The total number of assessed trials where the correct answer for the problem was 3 moves and the subject correctly selected 3 moves.
otspsfc4 Float Recommended OTS Problems Solved 1st Choice (4 moves): The total number of assessed trials where the correct answer for the problem was 4 moves and the subject correctly selected 4 moves.
otspsfc5 Float Recommended OTS Problems Solved 1st Choice (5 moves): The total number of assessed trials where the correct answer for the problem was 5 moves and the subject correctly selected 5 moves.
otslc4sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to Correct Standard Deviation (SD) (4 move): The standard deviation of the response latencies, calculated from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made, for problems where 4 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 4 moves was the correct answer.
otspsfc6 Float Recommended OTS Problems Solved 1st Choice (6 moves): The total number of assessed trials where the correct answer for the problem was 6 moves and the subject correctly selected 6 moves.
palfams28 Float Recommended KEY: PAL First Attempt Memory Score: The number of times a subject chose the correct box on their first attempt when recalling the pattern locations. Calculated across assessed trials, omitting 12 box level to provide a direct comparison to Recommended Standard..
palmets28 Float Recommended PAL Mean Errors to Success: The mean number of attempts made by a subject needed for them to successfully complete the stage. Does not include 12 box level to provide a direct comparison to Recommended Standard.
palnpr28 Float Recommended PAL Number of Patterns Reached: The number of patterns presented to the subject on the last problem they reached.
palta12 Float Recommended PAL Total Attempts 12 Patterns: The total number of attempts made (but not necessarily completed) by the subject during assessment problems containing a total of 12 shapes to recall.
palta2 Float Recommended PAL Total Attempts 2 Patterns: The total number of attempts made (but not necessarily completed) by the subject during assessment problems containing a total of 2 shapes to recall.
palta28 Float Recommended PAL Total Attempts: The total number of attempts made (but not necessarily completed) by the subject during assessment problems. Does not include 12 box level to provide a direct comparison to Recommended Standard.
palta4 Float Recommended PAL Total Attempts 4 patterns: The total number of attempts made (but not necessarily completed) by the subject during assessment problems containing a total of 4 shapes to recall.
palta6 Float Recommended PAL Total Attempts 6 Patterns: The total number of attempts made (but not necessarily completed) by the subject during assessment problems containing a total of 6 shapes to recall.
palta8 Float Recommended PAL Total Attempts 8 Patterns: The total number of attempts made (but not necessarily completed) by the subject during assessment problems containing a total of 8 shapes to recall.
otslc5sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to Correct Standard Deviation (SD) (5 move): The standard deviation of the response latencies, calculated from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made, for problems where 5 moves was the solution. Calculated across all trials where 5 moves was the correct answer.
palte12 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 12 Patterns: The total number of times a subject selected an incorrect box when attempting to recall a pattern location on trials containing a total of 12 patterns. Calculated across all 12-pattern assessed trials.
palte2 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 2 Patterns: The total number of times a subject selected an incorrect box when attempting to recall a pattern location on trials containing a total of 2 patterns. Calculated across all 2-pattern assessed trials.
palte28 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors: The total number of times a subject selected an incorrect box when attempting to recall a pattern location. Calculated across all assessed trials. Does not include 12 box level to provide a direct comparison to Recommended Standard.
palte4 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 4 Patterns: The total number of times a subject selected an incorrect box when attempting to recall a pattern location on trials containing a total of 4 patterns. Calculated across all 4-pattern assessed trials.
palte6 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 6 Patterns: The total number of times a subject selected an incorrect box when attempting to recall a pattern location on trials containing a total of 6 patterns. Calculated across all 6-pattern assessed trials.
palte8 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 8 Patterns: The total number of times a subject selected an incorrect box when attempting to recall a pattern location on trials containing a total of 8 patterns. Calculated across all 8-pattern assessed trials.
paltea12 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 12 Shapes (Adjusted): The number of times the subject chose the incorrect box for a stimulus on assessment problems, where the number of shapes was equal to 12 (PALTE12), plus an adjustment for the estimated number of errors they would have made on any other 12 pattern problems, attempts and recalls they did not reach.
paltea2 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 2 Shapes (Adjusted): The number of times the subject chose the incorrect box for a stimulus on assessment problems, where the number of shapes required to remember was equal to 2 (PALTE2), plus an adjustment for the estimated number of errors they would have made on any other 2 pattern problems, attempts and recalls they did not reach.
paltea28 Float Recommended KEY: PAL Total Errors (Adjusted): The number of times the subject chose the incorrect box for a stimulus on assessment problems (PALTE), plus an adjustment for the estimated number of errors they would have made on any problems, attempts and recalls they did not reach. This measure allows you to compare performance on errors made across all subjects regardless of those who terminated early versus those completing the final stage of the task. In this task variant PALTEA does not include 12 box level to provide a direct comparison to Recommended Standard.
paltea4 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 4 Shapes (Adjusted): The number of times the subject chose the incorrect box for a stimulus on assessment problems, where the number of shapes was equal to 4 (PALTE4), plus an adjustment for the estimated number of errors they would have made on any other 4 pattern problems, attempts and recalls they did not reach.
otslc6sd Float Recommended OTS Latency to Correct Standard Deviation (SD) (6 move): The standard deviation of the response latencies, calculated from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made, for problems where 6 moves was the solution. Calculated across trials where 6 moves was the correct answer.
paltea6 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 6 Shapes (Adjusted): The number of times the subject chose the incorrect box for a stimulus on assessment problems, where the number of shapes was equal to 6 (PALTE6), plus an adjustment for the estimated number of errors they would have made on any other 6 pattern problems, attempts and recalls they did not reach.
paltea8 Float Recommended PAL Total Errors 8 Shapes (Adjusted): The number of times the subject chose the incorrect box for a stimulus on assessment problems, where the number of shapes was equal to 8 (PALTE8), plus an adjustment for the estimated number of errors they would have made on any other 8 pattern problems, attempts and recalls they did not reach.
sstdeg Float Recommended SST Direction Errors: Go Trials: The total number of trials where the subject pressed the wrong button to the direction of the arrow stimulus on a Go trial.
sstdes Float Recommended SST Direction Errors: Stop Trials: The total number of trials where the subject pressed the wrong button to the direction of the arrow stimulus on a Stop trial.
sstfsg Float Recommended SST Failed Stop RT Go RT: A comparison between the reaction times on Go trials versus those on a Failed Stop trial. Research suggests that the Failed stop reaction time should be shorter than the Go reaction time. This measure is reported as Yes = 1, No = 0. Subjects should output 'yes' in ideal situations.You would hope to see the mean reaction time from all the assessed Failed Stop trials being less than (faster) the mean reaction time from all assessed Go trials.
sstmfrti Float Recommended SST Mean Failed Stop RT Increases: The assessed Failed Stop reaction times are ordered and then the mean of the 10 trials with the shortest Stop Signal Delay (SSD) is compared to the mean of the 10 trials with the longest SSD. The Failed Stop reaction time should increase as the SSD increases. This measure is reported as Yes = 1, No = 0.
sstmrtg Float Recommended SST Median RT: All Go Trials: The median reaction time taken across all the valid Go trials in the task.
sstmrtgf Float Recommended SST Median RT: Go Following Failed Stop: The median reaction time taken over all the Go trials which followed a failed Stop trial.
sstmrtgg Float Recommended SST Median RT: Go Following Go: The median reaction time taken across all the Go trials directly following another Go trial.
sstmrtgs Float Recommended SST Median RT: Go Following Stop: The median reaction time taken across all the Go trials which follow a successful Stop trial.
otslcsd Float Recommended OTS Latency to Correct Standard Deviation (SD): The standard deviation of the response latencies, calculated from the appearance of the stocking balls until the correct box choice was made. Calculated across all assessed trials.
sstmt Float Recommended SST Missed Trials: The total number of trials which were missed by the subject.
sstssrt Float Recommended KEY: SST Stop Signal Reaction Time: The estimate of time where an individual can successfully inhibit their responses 50% of the time. This covert measurement is sampled from the length of time between the go stimulus and the stop stimulus at which the subject is able to successfully inhibit their response on 50% of the trials. We can infer that this is the time before which all actions become ballistic and the subject is no longer able to cancel their action selection.
dmsmdl Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Median Correct Latency: The median latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt. Calculated across all correct assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays).
dmsmdl0 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Median Correct Latency (0 seconds delay): The median latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a zero second delay. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a zero second delay.
dmsmdl12 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Median Correct Latency (12 seconds delay): The median latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a twelve second delay. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a twelve second delay.
dmsmdl4 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Median Correct Latency (4 seconds delay): The median latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a four second delay. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a four second delay.
dmsmdlad Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Median Correct Latency (all delays): The median latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a delay between target and response stimuli presentation. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a delay.
dmsmdls Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Median Correct Latency (simultaneous): The median latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a simultaneous presentation of target and response stimuli. Calculated across all assessed trials containing simultaneous presentation.
dmsml Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Mean Correct Latency: The mean latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt. Calculated across all correct assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays).
dmsml0 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Mean Correct Latency (0 seconds delay): The mean latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a zero second delay. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a zero second delay.
dmsml12 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Mean Correct Latency (12 seconds delay): The mean latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a twelve second delay. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a twelve second delay.
dmsml4 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Mean Correct Latency (4 seconds delay): The mean latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a four second delay. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a four second delay.
dmsmlad Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Mean Correct Latency (all delays): The mean latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a delay between target and response stimuli presentation. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a delay.
dmsmls Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Mean Correct Latency (simultaneous): The mean latency between the presentation of the response stimuli options and the subject selecting the correct box on their first attempt for trials containing a simultaneous presentation of target and response stimuli. Calculated across all assessed trials containing simultaneous presentation.
dmspc Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Percent Correct: The percentage of assessment trials during which the subject chose the correct box on their first box choice. Calculated across all assessed trials (simultaneous presentation and all delays).
dmspc0 Float Recommended KEY: Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Percent Correct (0 seconds delay): The percentage of assessment trials containing a zero second delay during which the subject chose the correct box on their first box choice. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a zero second delay.
dmspc12 Float Recommended KEY: Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Percent Correct (12 second delay): The percentage of assessment trials containing a twelve second delay during which the subject chose the correct box on their first box choice. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a twelve second delay.
dmspc4 Float Recommended KEY: Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Percent Correct (4 second delay): The percentage of assessment trials containing a four second delay during which the subject chose the correct box on their first box choice. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a four second delay.
dmspcad Float Recommended KEY: Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Percent Correct (all delays): The percentage of assessment trials containing a delay during which the subject chose the correct box on their first box choice. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a delay.
dmspcs Float Recommended KEY: Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Percent Correct (simultaneous): The percentage of assessment trials where the target and response stimuli were presented simultaneously during which the subject chose the correct box on their first box choice. Calculated across all assessed trials containing the simultaneous presentation of stimuli.
dmspegc Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Probability of Error Given Correct: This measure reports the probability of an error being made when the previous trial was responded to correctly by the subject. Calculated across all assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays).
dmspege Float Recommended KEY: Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Probability of Error Given Error: This measure reports the probability of an error occurring when the previous trial was responded to incorrectly. Calculated across all assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays).
dmscc Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Mean Choices to Correct: The mean number of choices that the subject made on each trial, including the correct choice. Calculated across all trials where the subject eventually made the correct choice (simultaneous and all delays).
dmstc Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Total Correct: The total number of times a subject chose the correct answer on their first box choice. Calculated across all assessed trials (simultaneous presentation and all delays).
dmstc0 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Total Correct (0 second delay): The total number of times a subject chose the correct answer on their first box choice for trials where the response stimuli appeared on screen after a 0 second delay after the target stimulus was shown. Calculated across all assessed trials which contained a delay of zero seconds.
dmstc12 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Total Correct (12 second delay): The total number of times a subject chose the correct answer on their first box choice for trials where the response stimuli appeared on screen after a 12 second delay after the target stimulus was shown. Calculated across all assessed trials which contained a delay of twelve seconds.
dmstc4 Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Total Correct (4 second delay): The total number of times a subject chose the correct answer on their first box choice for trials where the response stimuli appeared on screen after a 4 second delay after the target stimulus was shown. Calculated across all assessed trials which contained a delay of four seconds.
dmstcad Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Total Correct (all delays): The total number of times a subject chose the correct answer on their first box choice for all trials where the response stimuli were presented after a delay. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a delay.
dmstcs Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Total Correct (simultaneous): The total number of times a subject chose the correct answer on their first box choice for trials where the target stimulus and response stimuli appeared on screen simultaneously. Calculated across all assessed trials that included a simultaneous presentation (no delay) of target and response stimuli.
dmste Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Total Errors: The total number of times a subject failed to choose the correct box on their first selection, thus making an error. Calculated across all assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays) regardless of which incorrect box (out of the 3 possible incorrect boxes) was chosen.
dmstead Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Total Errors (all delays): The total number of times a subject failed to choose the correct box on their first selection for any trial containing a delay between the presentation of the target stimulus and response stimuli. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a delay component.
dmstec Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Error (incorrect colour): The number of times that the subject failed to select the correct box on their first selection, and instead chose the distractor stimulus that contained the same pattern/ physical attributes, but different colours. Calculated across all assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays).
dmstecad Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Error (all delays, incorrect colour): The number of times that the subject failed to select the correct box on their first selection, and instead chose the distractor stimulus that contained the same colour elements, but different physical attributes. Calculated across all assessed trials which contained a delay component.
dmsl0sd Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Correct Latency Standard Deviation (SD) (0 second delay): The standard deviation of response latencies for trials containing a zero second delay between the presentation of target and response stimuli, where subjects selected the correct box on their first attempt. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a zero second delay.
dmsted Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Error (distractor): The number of times that the subject failed to select the correct box on their first selection, and instead chose the distractor stimulus that contained no common elements to the original target stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays).
dmstedad Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Error (all delays, distractor): The number of times that the subject failed to select the correct box on their first selection, and instead chose the distractor stimulus that contained no common elements to the original target stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials which contained a delay component.
dmstep Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Error (incorrect pattern): The number of times that the subject failed to select the correct box on their first selection, and instead chose the distractor stimulus that contained the same colour elements, but different pattern/ physical attributes. Calculated across all assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays).
dmstepad Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Error (all delays, incorrect pattern): The number of times that the subject failed to select the correct box on their first selection, and instead chose the distractor stimulus that contained the same pattern/ physical attributes, but different colour elements. Calculated across all assessed trials which contained a delay component.
motml Float Recommended The mean latency from the display of a stimulus to a correct response to that stimulus during assessment trials.
motsdl Float Recommended This is the standard deviation of the latency, calculated from the display of a stimulus to a correct response to that stimulus during assessment trials.
mottc Float Recommended The total number of assessment trials on which the subject made a correct response.
motte Float Recommended The total number of assessment trials on which the subject failed to make a correct response.
swmbe12 Float Recommended KEY: Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Between errors 12 boxes: The number of times the subject revisits a box in which a token has previously been found. Calculated across all trials with 12 tokens only.
swmbe4 Float Recommended KEY: Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Between errors 4 boxes: The number of times a subject revisits a box in which a token has previously been found. Calculated across all trials with 4 tokens only.
dmsl12sd Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Correct Latency Standard Deviation (SD) (12 second delay): The standard deviation of response latencies for trials containing a twelve second delay between the presentation of target and response stimuli, where subjects selected the correct box on their first attempt. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a twelve second delay.
swmbe468 Float Recommended KEY: Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Between Errors: The number of times the subject incorrectly revisits a box in which a token has previously been found. Calculated across all assessed four, six and eight token trials.
swmbe6 Float Recommended KEY: Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Between errors 6 boxes: The number of times the subject revisits a box in which a token has previously been found. Calculated across all trials with 6 tokens only.
swmbe8 Float Recommended KEY: Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Between errors 8 boxes: The number of times the subject revisits a box in which a token has previously been found. Calculated across all trials with 8 tokens only.
swmde12 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Double errors 12 boxes: The number of times a subject commits an error that is both a within error and a between error. Calculated across all trials with 12 tokens only.
swmde4 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Double errors 4 boxes: The number of times a subject commits an error that is both a within error and a between error. Calculated across all trials with 4 tokens only.
swmde468 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Double Errors: The number of times a subject commits an error that is both a within error and a between error. Calculated across all assessed four, six and eight token trials.
swmde6 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Double errors 6 boxes: The number of times a subject commits an error that is both a within error and a between error. Calculated across all trials with 6 tokens only.
swmde8 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Double errors 8 boxes: The number of times a subject commits an error that is both a within error and a between error. Calculated across all trials with 8 tokens only.
swmpr Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Problem Reached: This measure reports the problem number that the subject reached, but did not necessarily complete.
swms Float Recommended KEY: Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Strategy (6-8 boxes): The number of times a subject begins a new search pattern from the same box they started with previously. If they always begin a search from the same starting point we infer that the subject is employing a planned strategy for finding the tokens. Therefore a low score indicates high strategy use (1 = they always begin the search from the same box), a high score indicates that they are beginning their searches from many different boxes. Calculated across assessed trials with 6 tokens or 8 tokens.
dmsl4sd Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Correct Latency Standard Deviation (SD) (4 second delay): The standard deviation of response latencies for trials containing a four second delay between the presentation of target and response stimuli, where subjects selected the correct box on their first attempt. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a four second delay.
swms6 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Strategy (6 box only): This measure computes the strategy score for the 6 box stage of the task only. The strategy score is calculated based on the number of times a subject begins a new search pattern from the same box they started with previously. If they always begin a search from the same starting point we infer that the subject is employing a planned strategy for finding the tokens. Therefore a low score indicates high strategy use (1 = they always begin the search from the same box), a high score indicates that they are beginning their searches from many different boxes.
swmsx Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Strategy (6-12 boxes): The number of times a subject begins a new search pattern from the same box they started with previously. If they always begin a search from the same starting point we infer that the subject is employing a planned strategy for finding the tokens. Therefore a low score indicates high strategy use (1 = they always begin the search from the same box), a high score indicates that they are beginning their searches from many different boxes. Calculated across assessed trials with 6 tokens or more.
swmte12 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Total errors 12 boxes: The number of times a box is selected that is certain not to contain a token and therefore should not have been visited by the subject, i.e. between errors + within errors - double errors. Calculated across all trials with 12 tokens only.
swmte4 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Total errors 4 boxes: The number of times a box is selected that is certain not to contain a token and therefore should not have been visited by the subject, i.e. between errors + within errors - double errors. Calculated across all trials with 4 tokens only.
swmte468 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Total Errors: The total number of times a box is selected that is certain not to contain a token and therefore should not have been visited by the subject, i.e. between errors + within errors - double errors. Calculated across all assessed four, six and eight token trials.
swmte6 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Total errors 6 boxes: The number of times a box is selected that is certain not to contain a token and therefore should not have been visited by the subject, i.e. between errors + within errors - double errors. Calculated across all trials with 6 tokens only.
swmte8 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Total errors 8 boxes: The number of times a box is selected that is certain not to contain a token and therefore should not have been visited by the subject, i.e. between errors + within errors - double errors. Calculated across all trials with 8 tokens only.
swmwe12 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Within errors 12 boxes: The number of times a subject revisits a box already found to be empty during the same search. Calculated across all trials with 12 tokens only.
swmwe4 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Within errors 4 boxes: The number of times a subject revisits a box already found to be empty during the same search. Calculated across all trials with 4 tokens only.
swmwe468 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Within Errors: The number of times a subject revisits a box already shown to be empty during the same search. Calculated across all assessed four, six and eight token trials.
dmsladsd Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Correct Latency Standard Deviation (SD) (all delays): The standard deviation of response latencies for trials containing a delay between the presentation of target stimulus and response stimuli, where subjects selected the correct box on their first attempt. Calculated across all assessed trials containing a delay.
swmwe6 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Within errors 6 boxes: The number of times a subject revisits a box already found to be empty during the same search. Calculated across all trials with 6 tokens only.
swmwe8 Float Recommended Spatial Working Memory task (SWM) Within errors 8 boxes: The number of times a subject revisits a box already found to be empty during the same search. Calculated across all trials with 8 tokens only.
dmslsd Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Correct Latency Standard Deviation (SD): The standard deviation of response latencies for trials where subjects selected the correct box on their first attempt. Calculated across all correct assessed trials (simultaneous and all delays).
dmslssd Float Recommended Delated Matching to Sample task (DMS) Correct Latency Standard Deviation (SD) (simultaneous): The standard deviation of response latencies for trials containing a simultaneous presentation of target and response stimuli, where subjects selected the correct box on their first attempt. Calculated across all assessed trials containing simultaneous presentations.
cgtdma7 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 7:3 Ascending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 7:3.
ertcrtsd Integer Recommended ERT Standard Deviation Median Correct Reaction Time: The standard deviation of median latencies for a subject to select the correct emotion based on the emotion present in the face stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertcrtsu Integer Recommended ERT Median Correct Reaction Time Surprise: The median latency for a subject to correctly select the emotion 'Surprise' after being presented with a face stimulus showing Surprise. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertrsu Integer Recommended ERT Median Reaction Time Surprise: The median latency for a subject to select the emotion 'Surprise' after being presented with a face stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertrt Integer Recommended KEY: ERT Median Reaction Time: The median latency for a subject to select an emotion after being presented with a stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertrta Integer Recommended ERT Median Reaction Time Anger: The median latency for a subject to select the emotion 'Anger' after being presented with a face stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertrtd Integer Recommended ERT Median Reaction Time Disgust: The median latency for a subject to select the emotion 'Disgust' after being presented with a face stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertrtf Integer Recommended ERT Median Reaction Time Fear: The median latency for a subject to select the emotion 'Fear' after being presented with a face stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertrth Integer Recommended ERT Median Reaction Time Happiness: The median latency for a subject to select the emotion 'Happiness' after being presented with a face stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertrts Integer Recommended ERT Median Reaction Time Sadness: The median latency for a subject to select the emotion 'Sadness' after being presented with a face stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertrtsd Integer Recommended ERT Standard Deviation Median Reaction Time: The standard deviation of median latencies for a subject to select an emotion after being presented with a stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
cgtdma8 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 8:2 Ascending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 8:2.
erttfaa Integer Recommended ERT Total False Alarms Anger: The total number of times the subject incorrectly selected the emotion 'Anger'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
erttfad Integer Recommended ERT Total False Alarms Disgust: The total number of times the subject incorrectly selected the emotion 'Disgust'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
erttfaf Integer Recommended ERT Total False Alarms Fear: The total number of times the subject incorrectly selected the emotion 'Fear'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
erttfah Integer Recommended ERT Total False Alarms Happiness: The total number of times the subject incorrectly selected the emotion 'Happiness'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
erttfas Integer Recommended ERT Total False Alarms Sadness: The total number of times the subject incorrectly selected the emotion 'Sadness'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
erttfasu Integer Recommended ERT Total False Alarms Surprise: The total number of times the subject incorrectly selected the emotion 'Surprise'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertth Integer Recommended KEY: ERT Total Hits: The total number of times the subject selected the correct emotion. Calculated across all assessed trials.
erttha Integer Recommended ERT Total Hits Anger: The total number of times the subject correctly selected the emotion 'Anger'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertthd Integer Recommended ERT Total Hits Disgust: The total number of times the subject correctly selected the emotion 'Disgust'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertthf Integer Recommended ERT Total Hits Fear: The total number of times the subject correctly selected the emotion 'Fear'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
cgtdma9 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 9:1 Ascending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 9:1.
ertthh Integer Recommended ERT Total Hits Happiness: The total number of times the subject correctly selected the emotion 'Happiness'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertths Integer Recommended ERT Total Hits Sadness: The total number of times the subject correctly selected the emotion 'Sadness'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertthsu Integer Recommended ERT Total Hits Surprise: The total number of times the subject correctly selected the emotion 'Surprise'. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertuhra Integer Recommended KEY: ERT Unbiased Hit Rate Anger: The unbiased hit rate ensures that recognition accuracy of the Anger emotion is not influenced by response guessing or response bias effects. It takes into consideration the joint probability of an individual making a correct response, based on the presentation of the correct stimulus out of the available possibilities. Calculated for assessed Anger trials only.
ertuhrd Integer Recommended KEY: ERT Unbiased Hit Rate Disgust: The unbiased hit rate ensures that recognition accuracy of the Disgust emotion is not influenced by response guessing or response bias effects. It takes into consideration the joint probability of an individual making a correct response, based on the presentation of the correct stimulus out of the available possibilities. Calculated for assessed Disgust trials only.
ertuhrf Integer Recommended KEY: ERT Unbiased Hit Rate Fear: The unbiased hit rate ensures that recognition accuracy of the Fear emotion is not influenced by response guessing or response bias effects. It takes into consideration the joint probability of an individual making a correct response, based on the presentation of the correct stimulus out of the available possibilities. Calculated for assessed Fear trials only.
ertuhrh Integer Recommended KEY: ERT Unbiased Hit Rate Happiness: The unbiased hit rate ensures that recognition accuracy of the Happiness emotion is not influenced by response guessing or response bias effects. It takes into consideration the joint probability of an individual making a correct response, based on the presentation of the correct stimulus out of the available possibilities. Calculated for assessed Happiness trials only.
ertuhrs Integer Recommended KEY: ERT Unbiased Hit Rate Sadness: The unbiased hit rate ensures that recognition accuracy of the Sadness emotion is not influenced by response guessing or response bias effects. It takes into consideration the joint probability of an individual making a correct response, based on the presentation of the correct stimulus out of the available possibilities. Calculated for assessed Sadness trials only.
ertuhrsu Integer Recommended KEY: ERT Unbiased Hit Rate Surprise:The unbiased hit rate ensures that recognition accuracy of the Surprise emotion is not influenced by response guessing or response bias effects. It takes into consideration the joint probability of an individual making a correct response, based on the presentation of the correct stimulus out of the available possibilities. Calculated for assessed Surprise trials only.
prmclsdd Integer Recommended PRM Correct Latency (SD) Delayed: The standard deviation for the latency of a subject's response to correctly choose the appropriate pattern in the delayed forced-choice condition, measured in milliseconds.
cgtdmat Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time Total Ascending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over all assessed trials in the ascending condition.
prmclsdi Integer Recommended PRM Correct Latency (SD) Immediate: The standard deviation for the latency of a subject's response to correctly select the appropriate pattern in the immediate forced-choice condition, measured in milliseconds.
prmmcld Integer Recommended PRM Mean Correct Latency Delayed: The mean latency for a subject to correctly select the appropriate pattern during the delayed forced-choice condition, measured in milliseconds.
prmmcli Integer Recommended PRM Mean Correct Latency Immediate: The mean latency for a subject to correctly select the appropriate pattern during the immediate forced-choice condition, measured in milliseconds.
prmmdcld Integer Recommended PRM Median Correct Latency Delayed: The median latency for a subject to correctly select the appropriate pattern during the delayed forced-choice condition, measured in milliseconds.
prmmdcli Integer Recommended PRM Median Correct Latency Immediate: The median latency for a subject to correctly select the appropriate pattern during the immediate forced-choice condition, measured in milliseconds.
prmpcd Integer Recommended KEY: PRM Percent Correct Delayed: The number of correct patterns selected by the subject in the delayed forced-choice condition, expressed as a percentage.
prmpci Integer Recommended KEY: PRM Percent Correct Immediate: The number of correct patterns selected by the subject in the immediate forced-choice condition, expressed as a percentage.
rvpa Integer Recommended KEY: RVP A': A' (A prime) is the signal detection measure of a subject's sensitivity to the target sequence (string of three numbers), regardless of response tendency (the expected range is 0.00 to 1.00; bad to good). In essence, this metric is a measure of how good the subject is at detecting target sequences.
rvplsd Integer Recommended RVP Response Latency (SD): The standard deviation of response latency on trials where the subject responded correctly. Calculated across all assessed trials.
rvpmdl Integer Recommended KEY: RVP Median Response Latency: The median response latency on trials where the subject responded correctly. Calculated across all assessed trials.
cgtdmd5 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 5:5 Descending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 5:5.
rvpml Integer Recommended RVP Mean Response Latency: The mean response latency on trials where the subject responded correctly. Calculated across all assessed trials.
rvppfa Integer Recommended KEY: RVP Probability of False Alarm: The number of sequence presentations that were false alarms divided by the number of sequence presentations that were false alarms plus the number of sequence presentations that were correct rejections: (False Alarms ? (False Alarms + Correct Rejections))
rvpph Integer Recommended RVP Probability of Hit: The number of target sequences during assessment blocks that were correctly responded to within the time allowed, divided by the number of target sequences during assessment blocks (Correct hits ? total number of sequences)
rvptfa Integer Recommended RVP Total False Alarms: The total number of stimulus presentations during assessment blocks that were false alarms.
rvpth Integer Recommended RVP Total Hits: The total number of target sequences that were correctly responded to (Correct Hits) within the allowed time during assessment sequence blocks.
rvptm Integer Recommended RVP Total Misses: The total number of target sequences that were not responded to within the allowed time during assessment sequence blocks.
cgtdmd6 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 6:4 Descending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 6:4.
cgtdmd7 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 7:3 Descending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 7:3.
cgtdmd8 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 8:2 Descending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 8:2.
cgtdmd9 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 9:1 Descending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 9:1.
cgtdmda5 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 5:5 Ascending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 5:5.
cgtdmda6 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 6:4 Ascending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 6:4.
cgtdmda7 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 7:3 Ascending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 7:3.
cgtdmda8 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 8:2 Ascending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 8:2.
cgtdmda9 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 9:1 Ascending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 9:1.
cgtdmdat Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time Total Ascending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over all assessed trials in the ascending condition.
cgtdmdd5 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 5:5 Descending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 5:5.
cgtdmdd6 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 6:4 Descending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 6:4.
cgtdmdd7 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 7:3 Descending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 7:3.
cgtdmdd8 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 8:2 Descending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 8:2.
cgtdmdd9 Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time 9:1 Descending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 9:1.
cgtdav6 Integer Recommended CGT Delay Aversion 6:4: Allows for the dissociation between risk taking and impulsivity by determining whether subjects simply just place a bet at the first opportunity. Calculated as CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the descending condition with 6:4 ratio minus CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the ascending condition with 6:4 ratio.
cgtdmddt Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time Total Descending: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over all assessed trials in the descending condition.
cgtdmdmt Integer Recommended CGT Median Decision Time Total Merged: The median latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over all assessed trials in both the ascending and descending conditions.
cgtdmdt Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time Total Descending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over all assessed trials in the descending condition.
cgtdmmt Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time Total Merged: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over all assessed trials in both the ascending and descending conditions.
cgtdmqa6 Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality 6:4 Ascending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the ascending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 6:4.
cgtdmqa7 Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality 7:3 Ascending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the ascending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 7:3.
cgtdmqa8 Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality 8:2 Ascending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the ascending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 8:2.
cgtdmqa9 Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality 9:1 Ascending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the ascending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 9:1.
cgtdmqat Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality Total Ascending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the ascending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over all assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour differed.
cgtdmqd6 Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality 6:4 Descending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the descending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 6:4.
cgtdav7 Integer Recommended CGT Delay Aversion 7:3: Allows for the dissociation between risk taking and impulsivity by determining whether subjects simply just place a bet at the first opportunity. Calculated as CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the descending condition with 7:3 ratio minus CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the ascending condition with 7:3 ratio.
cgtdmqd7 Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality 7:3 Descending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the descending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 7:3.
cgtdmqd8 Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality 8:2 Descending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the descending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 8:2.
cgtdmqd9 Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality 9:1 Descending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the descending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 9:1.
cgtdmqdt Integer Recommended CGT Decision Making Quality Total Descending: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials in the descending condition where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over all assessed trials in which the number of boxes of each colour differed.
cgtdmqmt Integer Recommended KEY: CGT Decision Making Quality Total Merged: The proportion (0 - 1) of all trials where the subject chose the majority box colour. Calculated over all assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the number of boxes of each colour differed.
cgtopba1 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 1:9 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 1:9, and the subject chose the 1 box option.
cgtopba2 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 2:8 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 2:8, and the subject chose the 2 box option.
cgtopba3 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 3:7 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 3:7, and the subject chose the 3 box option.
cgtopba4 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 4:6 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 4:6, and the subject chose the 4 box option.
cgtopba5 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 5:5 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 5:5.
cgtdav8 Integer Recommended CGT Delay Aversion 8:2: Allows for the dissociation between risk taking and impulsivity by determining whether subjects simply just place a bet at the first opportunity. Calculated as CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the descending condition with 8:2 ratio minus CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the ascending condition with 8:2 ratio.
cgtopba6 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 6:4 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 6:4.
cgtopba7 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 7:3 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 7:3.
cgtopba8 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 8:2 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 8:2.
cgtopba9 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 9:1 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 9:1.
cgtopbat Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet Total Ascending: The mean proportion (0 -1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials from the ascending condition.
cgtopbd1 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 1:9 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 1:9, and the subject chose the 1 box option.
cgtopbd2 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 2:8 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 2:8, and the subject chose the 2 box option.
cgtopbd3 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 3:7 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 3:7, and the subject chose the 3 box option.
cgtopbd4 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 4:6 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 4:6, and the subject chose the 4 box option.
cgtopbd5 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 5:5 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 5:5.
cgtdav9 Integer Recommended CGT Delay Aversion 9:1: Allows for the dissociation between risk taking and impulsivity by determining whether subjects simply just place a bet at the first opportunity. Calculated as CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the descending condition with 9:1 ratio minus CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the ascending condition with 9:1 ratio.
cgtopbd6 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 6:4 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 6:4.
cgtopbd7 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 7:3 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 7:3.
cgtopbd8 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 8:2 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 8:2.
cgtopbd9 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 9:1 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from the descending condition in which the ratio between the colours was 9:1.
cgtopbdt Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet Total Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials from the descending condition.
cgtopbm1 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 1:9 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 1:9, and the subject chose the 1 box option.
cgtopbm2 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 2:8 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 2:8, and the subject chose the 2 box option.
cgtopbm3 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 3:7 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 3:7, and the subject chose the 3 box option.
cgtopbm4 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 4:6 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 4:6, and the subject chose the 4 box option.
cgtopbm5 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 5:5 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 5:5.
cgtdavt Integer Recommended KEY: CGT Delay Aversion Total: Allows for the dissociation between risk taking and impulsivity by determining whether subjects simply just place a bet at the first opportunity. Calculated as CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the descending condition minus CGT Risk Taking for all trials from the ascending condition.
cgtopbm6 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 6:4 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 6:4.
cgtopbm7 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 7:3 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 7:3.
cgtopbm8 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 8:2 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 8:2.
cgtopbm9 Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet 9:1 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between the colours was 9:1.
cgtopbmt Integer Recommended CGT Overall Proportion Bet Total Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions.
cgtrajat Integer Recommended CGT Risk Adjustment Ascending: Risk adjustment is a measure of sensitivity to risk, based on the ability to modify choices in the light of information about the probability of different outcomes and to track the optimal outcome on each trial. The measure is calculated from the average proportion of points that the subject chose to bet with, taking into account the number of coloured boxes in the majority, derived from all trials in the ascending condition.
cgtrajdt Integer Recommended CGT Risk Adjustment Descending: Risk adjustment is a measure of sensitivity to risk, based on the ability to modify choices in the light of information about the probability of different outcomes and to track the optimal outcome on each trial. The measure is calculated from the average proportion of points that the subject chose to bet with, taking into account the number of coloured boxes in the majority, derived from all trials in the descending condition.
cgtrajmt Integer Recommended KEY: CGT Risk Adjustment Merged: Risk adjustment is a measure of sensitivity to risk, based on the ability to modify choices in the light of information about the probability of different outcomes and to track the optimal outcome on each trial. The measure is calculated from the average proportion of points that the subject chose to bet with, taking into account the number of coloured boxes in the majority.
cgtrtka6 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 6:4 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials in the ascending condition in which the ratio between colours was 6:4 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtka7 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 7:3 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials in the ascending condition in which the ratio between colours was 7:3 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtdma5 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 5:5 Ascending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 5:5.
cgtrtka8 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 8:2 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials in the ascending condition in which the ratio between colours was 8:2 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtka9 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 9:1 Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials in the ascending condition in which the ratio between colours was 9:1 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkat Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking Total Ascending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials in the ascending condition in which the number of boxes in each colour differed and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkd6 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 6:4 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials in the descending condition in which the ratio between colours was 6:4 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkd7 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 7:3 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials in the descending condition in which the ratio between colours was 7:3 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkd8 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 8:2 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials in the descending condition in which the ratio between colours was 8:2 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkd9 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 9:1 Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over assessed trials in the descending condition in which the ratio between colours was 9:1 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkdt Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking Total Descending: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials in the descending condition in which the number of boxes in each colour differed and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkm6 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 6:4 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between colours was 6:4 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkm7 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 7:3 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between colours was 7:3 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtdma6 Integer Recommended CGT Mean Decision Time 6:4 Ascending: The mean latency from presentation of the boxes to the subject's selection of the colour on which to bet. Calculated over assessed trials from the ascending condition in which the number of boxes of each colour had the ratio 6:4.
cgtrtkm8 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 8:2 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between colours was 8:2 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkm9 Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking 9:1 Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the ratio between colours was 9:1 and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgtrtkmt Integer Recommended CGT Risk Taking Total Merged: The mean proportion (0 - 1) of current points gambled by the subject. Calculated over all assessed trials from both the ascending and descending conditions in which the number of boxes in each colour differed and the subject chose the majority box colour.
cgttcb Integer Recommended CGT Total Blocks Completed: The total number of assessed blocks completed by the subject.
ertcrt Integer Recommended ERT Median Correct Reaction Time: The median latency for a subject to select the correct emotion after being presented with a stimulus. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertcrta Integer Recommended ERT Median Correct Reaction Time Anger: The median latency for a subject to correctly select the emotion 'Anger' after being presented with a face stimulus showing Anger. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertcrtd Integer Recommended ERT Median Correct Reaction Time Disgust: The median latency for a subject to correctly select the emotion 'Disgust' after being presented with a face stimulus showing Disgust. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertcrtf Integer Recommended ERT Median Correct Reaction Time Fear: The median latency for a subject to correctly select the emotion 'Fear' after being presented with a face stimulus showing Fear. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertcrth Integer Recommended ERT Median Correct Reaction Time Happiness: The median latency for a subject to correctly select the emotion 'Happiness' after being presented with a face stimulus showing Happiness. Calculated across all assessed trials.
ertcrts Integer Recommended ERT Median Correct Reaction Time Sadness: The median latency for a subject to correctly select the emotion 'Sadness' after being presented with a face stimulus showing Sadness. Calculated across all assessed trials.
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