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Coping with Children’s Negative Emotions Scale

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The Coping with Children’s Negative Emotions Scale (Fabes et.al, 2002) consists of 12 scenarios in which youth may experience negative emotion. Parents are asked to identify how they would respond to each scenario.The Toddler CCNES was adapted from the child version of the CCNES (Eisenberg, et al., 1994, 1996) for use in the current study. Eisenberg, N. & Fabes, R.A. (1994). Mother’s reactions to children’s negative emotions: Relations to children’s temperament and anger behavior. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 40, 138-156. Eisenberg, N., Fabes, R.A. & Murphy, B.C. (1996). Parents’ reactions to children’s negative emotions: Relations to Children’s Social Competence and Comforting Behavior. Child Development, 67, 2227 – 2247.
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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_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
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
tn_01 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he wants to play outside and cannot do so because s/he is sick, I would): Feel upset with myself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn01
tn_02 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he wants to play outside and cannot do so because s/he is sick, I would): Tell my child we will not get to do something else fun (i.e., watch t.v., play games) unless s/he stops behaving like this. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn02
tn_03 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he wants to play outside and cannot do so because s/he is sick, I would): Tell my child it is ok to be angry. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn03
tn_04 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he wants to play outside and cannot do so because s/he is sick, I would): Soothe my child and/or do something with him/her to make him/her feel better. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn04
tn_05 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he wants to play outside and cannot do so because s/he is sick, I would): Help my child find something s/he wants to do inside. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn05
tn_06 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he wants to play outside and cannot do so because s/he is sick, I would): Tell my child that s/he is making a big deal out of nothing. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn06
tn_07 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he wants to play outside and cannot do so because s/he is sick, I would): Let my child play outside. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn07
tn_08 Integer Recommended (If my toddler spilled something and made a big mess on the carpet, and then gets upset and cries, I would): Comfort my child by picking him/her up and/or trying to get him/her to forget about the accident. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn08
tn_09 Integer Recommended (If my toddler spilled something and made a big mess on the carpet, and then gets upset and cries, I would): Tell my child that s/he is overreacting or making a big deal out of nothing. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn09
tn_10 Integer Recommended (If my toddler spilled something and made a big mess on the carpet, and then gets upset and cries, I would): Remain calm and not let myself get upset. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn10
tn_11 Integer Recommended (If my toddler spilled something and made a big mess on the carpet, and then gets upset and cries, I would): Send my child to his/her room for making a mess. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn11
tn_12 Integer Recommended (If my toddler spilled something and made a big mess on the carpet, and then gets upset and cries, I would): Help my child find a way to clean up the mess. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn12
tn_13 Integer Recommended (If my toddler spilled something and made a big mess on the carpet, and then gets upset and cries, I would): Tell my child that it is ok to be upset. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn13
tn_14 Integer Recommended (If my child loses some prized possession (for example, favorite blanket or stuffed animal) and reacts with tears, I would): Go and buy my child a new item. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn14
tn_15 Integer Recommended (If my child loses some prized possession (for example, favorite blanket or stuffed animal) and reacts with tears, I would): Help my child think of other places to look for the toy. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn15
tn_16 Integer Recommended (If my child loses some prized possession (for example, favorite blanket or stuffed animal) and reacts with tears, I would): Distract my child with another toy to make him/her feel better. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn16
tn_17 Integer Recommended (If my child loses some prized possession (for example, favorite blanket or stuffed animal) and reacts with tears, I would): Tell my child that it is not that important. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn17
tn_18 Integer Recommended (If my child loses some prized possession (for example, favorite blanket or stuffed animal) and reacts with tears, I would): Tell my child it is his/her fault for not being careful with the toy. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn18
tn_19 Integer Recommended (If my child loses some prized possession (for example, favorite blanket or stuffed animal) and reacts with tears, I would): Feel upset myself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn19
tn_20 Integer Recommended (If my child loses some prized possession (for example, favorite blanket or stuffed animal) and reacts with tears, I would): Tell my child it is okay to feel sad about the loss. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn20
tn_21 Integer Recommended (If my child is afraid of going to the doctor or of getting shots and becomes quite shaky and teary, I would): Tell him/her to shape up or s/he would not be allowed to do something s/he likes to do (i.e., go to playground). 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn21
tn_22 Integer Recommended (If my child is afraid of going to the doctor or of getting shots and becomes quite shaky and teary, I would): Tell my child that it is ok to be nervous or afraid. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn22
tn_23 Integer Recommended (If my child is afraid of going to the doctor or of getting shots and becomes quite shaky and teary, I would): Tell my child that it is really no big deal. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn23
tn_24 Integer Recommended (If my child is afraid of going to the doctor or of getting shots and becomes quite shaky and teary, I would): Comfort my child before and/or after the shot. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn24
tn_25 Integer Recommended (If my child is afraid of going to the doctor or of getting shots and becomes quite shaky and teary, I would): Leave the doctors office and reschedule for another time. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn25
tn_26 Integer Recommended (If my child is afraid of going to the doctor or of getting shots and becomes quite shaky and teary, I would): Help him/her think of ways to make it less scary, like squeezing my hand when s/he gets a shot. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn26
tn_27 Integer Recommended (If my child is afraid of going to the doctor or of getting shots and becomes quite shaky and teary, I would): Get nervous myself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn27
tn_28 Integer Recommended (If my child is going to spend the afternoon with a new babysitter and becomes nervous and upset because I am leaving him/her, I would): Distract my child by playing and talking about all of the fun s/he will have with the sitter. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn28
tn_29 Integer Recommended (If my child is going to spend the afternoon with a new babysitter and becomes nervous and upset because I am leaving him/her, I would): Feel upset or uncomfortable because of my childs reactions. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn29
tn_30 Integer Recommended (If my child is going to spend the afternoon with a new babysitter and becomes nervous and upset because I am leaving him/her, I would): Tell my child that s/he would not get to do something else enjoyable (i.e., go to playground, get a special snack) if s/he doesn't stop behaving like that. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn30
tn_31 Integer Recommended (If my child is going to spend the afternoon with a new babysitter and becomes nervous and upset because I am leaving him/her, I would): Tell him/her that it is nothing to get upset about. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn31
tn_32 Integer Recommended (If my child is going to spend the afternoon with a new babysitter and becomes nervous and upset because I am leaving him/her, I would): Change my plans and decide not to leave my child with the sitter. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn32
tn_33 Integer Recommended (If my child is going to spend the afternoon with a new babysitter and becomes nervous and upset because I am leaving him/her, I would): Help my child think of things to do that will make it less stressful, like me calling him/her once during the evening. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn33
tn_34 Integer Recommended (If my child is going to spend the afternoon with a new babysitter and becomes nervous and upset because I am leaving him/her, I would): Tell my child that it is ok to be upset. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn34
tn_35 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset and cries because s/he is left alone in his/her bedroom to go to sleep, I would): Become upset myself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn35
tn_36 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset and cries because s/he is left alone in his/her bedroom to go to sleep, I would): Tell my child that if s/he doesn't stop crying, we would not do something fun when s/he wakes up. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn36
tn_37 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset and cries because s/he is left alone in his/her bedroom to go to sleep, I would): Tell my child it is okay to cry when s/he is sad. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn37
tn_38 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset and cries because s/he is left alone in his/her bedroom to go to sleep, I would): Soothe my child with a hug or kiss. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn38
tn_39 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset and cries because s/he is left alone in his/her bedroom to go to sleep, I would): Help my child find ways to deal with my absence (hold a favorite stuffed animal, turn on a nightlight, etc). 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn39
tn_40 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset and cries because s/he is left alone in his/her bedroom to go to sleep, I would): Stay with my child or take him/her out of the bedroom to be with me until s/he falls asleep. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn40
tn_41 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset and cries because s/he is left alone in his/her bedroom to go to sleep, I would): Tell him/her that there is nothing to be afraid of. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn41
tn_42 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he is not allowed to have a snack (i.e., candy, ice cream) when s/he wants it, I would): Send my child to his/her room. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn42
tn_43 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he is not allowed to have a snack (i.e., candy, ice cream) when s/he wants it, I would): Give my child the snack that s/he wanted. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn43
tn_44 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he is not allowed to have a snack (i.e., candy, ice cream) when s/he wants it, I would): Distract child by playing with other toys or games. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn44
tn_45 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he is not allowed to have a snack (i.e., candy, ice cream) when s/he wants it, I would): Tell him/her that there is no reason to be upset. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn45
tn_46 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he is not allowed to have a snack (i.e., candy, ice cream) when s/he wants it, I would): Tell my child it is okay to feel angry. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn46
tn_47 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he is not allowed to have a snack (i.e., candy, ice cream) when s/he wants it, I would): Help my child think of something to eat that s/he is allowed to have between meals. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn47
tn_48 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes angry because s/he is not allowed to have a snack (i.e., candy, ice cream) when s/he wants it, I would): Feel angry at my childs behavior. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn48
tn_49 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset because I removed something that my child should have not been playing with, I would): Tell my child that if s/he touches it again s/he will not be allowed to do something enjoyable. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn49
tn_50 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset because I removed something that my child should have not been playing with, I would): Help my child think of something else to do that is fun. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn50
tn_51 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset because I removed something that my child should have not been playing with, I would): Become upset myself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn51
tn_52 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset because I removed something that my child should have not been playing with, I would): Tell my child it is okay to feel angry. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn52
tn_53 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset because I removed something that my child should have not been playing with, I would): Distract my child with something else interesting. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn53
tn_54 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset because I removed something that my child should have not been playing with, I would): Give my child what s/he wants. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn54
tn_55 Integer Recommended (If my child becomes upset because I removed something that my child should have not been playing with, I would): Ignore my childs upset reactions and take the object away. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn55
tn_56 Integer Recommended (If my child wants me to play with him/her and I cannot do so right then (i.e., I am on the phone, in the middle of a conversation with someone), and my child becomes upset, I would): Feel upset myself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn56
tn_57 Integer Recommended (If my child wants me to play with him/her and I cannot do so right then (i.e., I am on the phone, in the middle of a conversation with someone), and my child becomes upset, I would): Tell my child that there is nothing to be upset about. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn57
tn_58 Integer Recommended (If my child wants me to play with him/her and I cannot do so right then (i.e., I am on the phone, in the middle of a conversation with someone), and my child becomes upset, I would): Help my child find something to do while s/he wait is for me to play with him/her. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn58
tn_59 Integer Recommended (If my child wants me to play with him/her and I cannot do so right then (i.e., I am on the phone, in the middle of a conversation with someone), and my child becomes upset, I would): Tell my child I would not play with him/her later if s/he doesn't stop behaving like that. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn59
tn_60 Integer Recommended (If my child wants me to play with him/her and I cannot do so right then (i.e., I am on the phone, in the middle of a conversation with someone), and my child becomes upset, I would): Tell my child it is okay to be upset. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn60
tn_61 Integer Recommended (If my child wants me to play with him/her and I cannot do so right then (i.e., I am on the phone, in the middle of a conversation with someone), and my child becomes upset, I would): Stop what Im doing so I can play with my child. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn61
tn_62 Integer Recommended (If my child wants me to play with him/her and I cannot do so right then (i.e., I am on the phone, in the middle of a conversation with someone), and my child becomes upset, I would): Soothe my child and talk to him/her to make him/her feel better. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn62
tn_63 Integer Recommended (If my child is playing with a puzzle or shape sorter toy and cannot fit a piece correctly, and gets upset and cries, I would): Remain calm and not let myself get anxious. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn63
tn_64 Integer Recommended (If my child is playing with a puzzle or shape sorter toy and cannot fit a piece correctly, and gets upset and cries, I would): Take the toy away from my child. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn64
tn_65 Integer Recommended (If my child is playing with a puzzle or shape sorter toy and cannot fit a piece correctly, and gets upset and cries, I would): Comfort my child with a pat or a kiss. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn65
tn_66 Integer Recommended (If my child is playing with a puzzle or shape sorter toy and cannot fit a piece correctly, and gets upset and cries, I would): Put the piece in for my child. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn66
tn_67 Integer Recommended (If my child is playing with a puzzle or shape sorter toy and cannot fit a piece correctly, and gets upset and cries, I would): Tell my child it is okay to get frustrated and upset. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn67
tn_68 Integer Recommended (If my child is playing with a puzzle or shape sorter toy and cannot fit a piece correctly, and gets upset and cries, I would): Help my child figure out how to put the piece in correctly. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn68
tn_69 Integer Recommended (If my child is playing with a puzzle or shape sorter toy and cannot fit a piece correctly, and gets upset and cries, I would): Tell my child it is nothing to cry about. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn69
tn_70 Integer Recommended (If my child has climbed onto a piece of playground equipment and gets stuck, and becomes nervous and begins to cry, I would): Become anxious myself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn70
tn_71 Integer Recommended (If my child has climbed onto a piece of playground equipment and gets stuck, and becomes nervous and begins to cry, I would): Help my child figure out how to get down from the climber. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn71
tn_72 Integer Recommended (If my child has climbed onto a piece of playground equipment and gets stuck, and becomes nervous and begins to cry, I would): Take my child down from the climber. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn72
tn_73 Integer Recommended (If my child has climbed onto a piece of playground equipment and gets stuck, and becomes nervous and begins to cry, I would): Tell my child s/he shouldn't have gone up by him/herself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn73
tn_74 Integer Recommended (If my child has climbed onto a piece of playground equipment and gets stuck, and becomes nervous and begins to cry, I would): Tell my child it is nothing to get upset about. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn74
tn_75 Integer Recommended (If my child has climbed onto a piece of playground equipment and gets stuck, and becomes nervous and begins to cry, I would): Comfort my child with words or a pat. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn75
tn_76 Integer Recommended (If my child has climbed onto a piece of playground equipment and gets stuck, and becomes nervous and begins to cry, I would): Tell my child it is okay to be afraid. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn76
tn_77 Integer Recommended (If my child fell down and scraped him/herself while trying to get a favorite toy, I would): Become upset myself. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn77
tn_78 Integer Recommended (If my child fell down and scraped him/herself while trying to get a favorite toy, I would): Help my child figure out how to feel better (getting a band-aid). 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn78
tn_79 Integer Recommended (If my child fell down and scraped him/herself while trying to get a favorite toy, I would): Distract my child with something else. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn79
tn_80 Integer Recommended (If my child fell down and scraped him/herself while trying to get a favorite toy, I would): Tell my child that s/he should be more careful. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn80
tn_81 Integer Recommended (If my child fell down and scraped him/herself while trying to get a favorite toy, I would): Tell my child it is nothing to get upset about. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn81
tn_82 Integer Recommended (If my child fell down and scraped him/herself while trying to get a favorite toy, I would): Tell my child it is okay to cry. 1 :: 7 1= Very Unlikely; 4= Medium; 7= Very Likely tn82
Data Structure

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  • Element Name: This is the standard element name
  • Data Type: Which type of data this element is, e.g. String, Float, File location.
  • Size: If applicable, the character limit of this element
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  • Description: A basic description
  • Value Range: Which values can appear validly in this element (case sensitive for strings)
  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
  • Aliases: A list of currently supported Aliases (alternate element names)
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