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Children's Behavior Questionnaire The Very Short Form

cbqvsf

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectsubj
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldcbq_date
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
sexString20RequiredSex of the subject
M;F
M = Male; F = Femalegender
cbq01IntegerRecommendedSeems to always be in a big hurry to get from one place to another
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq1
cbq31IntegerRecommendedGets quite frustrated when prevented from doing something s/he wants to do
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq2
cbq59IntegerRecommendedWhen drawing or coloring in a book, shows strong concentration
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq3
cbq02IntegerRecommendedLikes going down high slides or other adventurous activities
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq4
cbq_29IntegerRecommendedIs quite upset by a little cut or bruise
1::7;-9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq5
cbq133IntegerRecommendedPrepares for trips and outings by planning things s/he will need
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq6
cbq_28IntegerRecommendedOften rushes into new situations
1::7;-9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq7
cbq124IntegerRecommendedTends to become sad if the family's plans don't work out
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq8
cbq11IntegerRecommendedLikes being sung to
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq9
cbq09IntegerRecommendedSeems to be at ease with almost any person
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq10
cbq_17IntegerRecommendedIs afraid of burglars or the boogie man
1::7;-9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq011
cbq49IntegerRecommendedNotices when parents are wearing new clothing
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq12
cbq48IntegerRecommendedPrefers quiet activities to active games
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely true of your child; 2 = Quite true of your child; 3 = Slightly true of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite untrue of your child; 7 = Extremely untrue of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq13
cbq77IntegerRecommendedWhen angry about something, s/he tends to stay upset for ten minutes or longer
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq14
cbq71IntegerRecommendedWhen building or putting something together, becomes very involved in what s/he is doing, and works for long periods
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq15
cbq62IntegerRecommendedLikes to go high and fast when pushed on a swing
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq16
cbq127IntegerRecommendedSeems to feel depressed when unable to accomplish some task
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq17
cbq69IntegerRecommendedIs good at following instructions
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq18
cbq135IntegerRecommendedTakes a long time in approaching new situations
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely true of your child; 2 = Quite true of your child; 3 = Slightly true of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite untrue of your child; 7 = Extremely untrue of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq19
cbq194IntegerRecommendedHardly ever complains when ill with a cold
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely true of your child; 2 = Quite true of your child; 3 = Slightly true of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite untrue of your child; 7 = Extremely untrue of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq20
cbq03IntegerRecommendedLikes the sound of words, as in nursery rhymes
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq21
cbq137IntegerRecommendedIs sometimes shy even around people s/he has known a long time
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely true of your child; 2 = Quite true of your child; 3 = Slightly true of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite untrue of your child; 7 = Extremely untrue of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq22
cbq65IntegerRecommendedIs very difficult to soothe when s/he has become upset
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq23
cbq54IntegerRecommendedIs quickly aware of some new item in the living room
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq24
cbq84IntegerRecommendedIs full of energy, even in the evening
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq25
cbq_35IntegerRecommendedIs not afraid of the dark
1::7;-9
1 = Extremely true of your child; 2 = Quite true of your child; 3 = Slightly true of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite untrue of your child; 7 = Extremely untrue of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq26
cbq191IntegerRecommendedSometimes becomes absorbed in a picture book and looks at it for a long time
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq27
cbq028IntegerRecommendedLikes rough and rowdy games
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue of your child; 2 = Quite untrue of your child; 3 = Slightly untrue of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite true of your child; 7 = Extremely true of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq28
cbq_49IntegerRecommendedIs not very upset at minor cuts or bruises
1::7;-9
1 = Extremely true of your child; 2 = Quite true of your child; 3 = Slightly true of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite untrue of your child; 7 = Extremely untrue of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq29
cbq170IntegerRecommendedApproaches places s/he has been told are dangerous slowly and cautiously
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq30
cbq147IntegerRecommendedIs slow and unhurried in deciding what to do next
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely true of your child; 2 = Quite true of your child; 3 = Slightly true of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite untrue of your child; 7 = Extremely untrue of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq031
cbq032IntegerRecommendedGets angry when s/he can't find something s/he wants to play with
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue of your child; 2 = Quite untrue of your child; 3 = Slightly untrue of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite true of your child; 7 = Extremely true of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq32
cbq_94IntegerRecommendedEnjoys gentle rhythmic activities
1::7;-9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq033
cbq168IntegerRecommendedSometimes turns away shyly from new acquaintances
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely true of your child; 2 = Quite true of your child; 3 = Slightly true of your child; 4 = Neither true nor false of your child; 5 = Slightly untrue of your child; 6 = Quite untrue of your child; 7 = Extremely untrue of your child; -9 = Not applicablecbq34
cbq33IntegerRecommendedBecomes upset when loved relatives or friends are getting ready to leave following a visit
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq35
cbq36IntegerRecommendedComments when a parent has changed his/her appearance
1::7; -9
1 = Extremely untrue; 2 = Quite untrue; 3 = Slightly untrue; 4 = Neither true nor false; 5 = Slightly true; 6 = Quite true; 7 = Extremely true; -9 = Not applicablecbq036
cbqscale1FloatRequiredSurgency Scale1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34cbq_surgency
cbqscale2FloatRequiredNegative Affect Scale2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32, 35cbq_negaff
cbqscale3FloatRequiredEffortful Control Scale3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36cbq_effcon
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