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Challenging Behavior Form

44 Shared Subjects

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Clinical Assessments
Behavior
06/24/2015
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_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.
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported gender
Query sibr1 Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been hurtful to him/herself; injured own body by hitting, banging head, or scratching? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query sibr1f Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been hurtful to him/herself; injured own body by hitting, banging head, or scratching? Frequency 1::5 1=less than once a month; 2= 1-3 times a month; 3=1-6 times a week; 4=1-10 times a day; 5=1 or more times/hour
Query sibr1s Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been hurtful to him/herself; injured own body by hitting, banging head, or scratching? Severity 1::5 1= not serious; 2=slightly srious; 3=moderately serious; 4=very serious; 5= extremely serious
Query sibr2 Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been destructive or hurtful to others; caused physical pain to other people or to animals? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query sibr2f Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been destructive or hurtful to others; caused physical pain to other people or to animals? Frequency 1::5 1=less than once a month; 2= 1-3 times a month; 3=1-6 times a week; 4=1-10 times a day; 5=1 or more times/hour
Query sibr2s Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been destructive or hurtful to others; caused physical pain to other people or to animals? Severity 1::5 1= not serious; 2=slightly srious; 3=moderately serious; 4=very serious; 5= extremely serious
Query sibr3 Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been destructive to property; deliberately defaced or destroyed things? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query sibr3f Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been destructive to property; deliberately defaced or destroyed things? Frequency 1::5 1=less than once a month; 2= 1-3 times a month; 3=1-6 times a week; 4=1-10 times a day; 5=1 or more times/hour
Query sibr3s Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter been destructive to property; deliberately defaced or destroyed things? Severity 1::5 1= not serious; 2=slightly srious; 3=moderately serious; 4=very serious; 5= extremely serious
Query sibr4 Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had disruptive behavior; interfered with the activity of others by clinging, pestering, or teasing? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query sibr4f Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had disruptive behavior; interfered with the activity of others by clinging, pestering, or teasing? Frequency 1::5 1=less than once a month; 2= 1-3 times a month; 3=1-6 times a week; 4=1-10 times a day; 5=1 or more times/hour
Query sibr4s Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had disruptive behavior; interfered with the activity of others by clinging, pestering, or teasing? Severity 1::5 1= not serious; 2=slightly srious; 3=moderately serious; 4=very serious; 5= extremely serious
Query sibr5 Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had any unusual or repetitive habits; unusual behavior done over and over like pacing, rocking, twirling fingers, or talking to him/herself? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query sibr5f Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had any unusual or repetitive habits; unusual behavior done over and over like pacing, rocking, twirling fingers, or talking to him/herself? Frequency 1::5 1=less than once a month; 2= 1-3 times a month; 3=1-6 times a week; 4=1-10 times a day; 5=1 or more times/hour
Query sibr5s Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had any unusual or repetitive habits; unusual behavior done over and over like pacing, rocking, twirling fingers, or talking to him/herself? Severity 1::5 1= not serious; 2=slightly srious; 3=moderately serious; 4=very serious; 5= extremely serious
Query sibr6 Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had any social offensive behavior; such as talking too loudly, swearing, touching others too much, or belching? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query sibr6f Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had any social offensive behavior; such as talking too loudly, swearing, touching others too much, or belching?Frequency 1::5 1=less than once a month; 2= 1-3 times a month; 3=1-6 times a week; 4=1-10 times a day; 5=1 or more times/hour
Query sibr6s Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had any social offensive behavior; such as talking too loudly, swearing, touching others too much, or belching?Severity 1::5 1= not serious; 2=slightly srious; 3=moderately serious; 4=very serious; 5= extremely serious
Query sibr7 Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had withdrawn or inattentive behavior; difficulty being around others or paying attention? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query sibr7f Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had withdrawn or inattentive behavior; difficulty being around others or paying attention? Frequency 1::5 1=less than once a month; 2= 1-3 times a month; 3=1-6 times a week; 4=1-10 times a day; 5=1 or more times/hour
Query sibr7s Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had withdrawn or inattentive behavior; difficulty being around others or paying attention? Severity 1::5 1= not serious; 2=slightly srious; 3=moderately serious; 4=very serious; 5= extremely serious
Query sibr8 Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had uncooperative behavior; refusing to obey or refusing to go to school or work? 0;1 0=No; 1=Yes
Query sibr8f Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had uncooperative behavior; refusing to obey or refusing to go to school or work? Frequency 1::5 1=less than once a month; 2= 1-3 times a month; 3=1-6 times a week; 4=1-10 times a day; 5=1 or more times/hour
Query sibr8s Integer Recommended Has your son/daughter had uncooperative behavior; refusing to obey or refusing to go to school or work? Severity 1::5 1= not serious; 2=slightly srious; 3=moderately serious; 4=very serious; 5= extremely serious
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