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Early Motor Questionnaire

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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/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
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 subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
comqwhoIntegerRecommendedRespondent0::4; 90 = Self/subject; 1 = Mother; 2 = Father; 3 = Other primary caregiver; 4 = Other (describe); 9 = Missingemq_relation
cfmh_chd_pddnosIntegerRecommendedDoes the child have Autism Spectrum Disorder?1;0;9990 = No; 1 = Yesemq_autism
emq_1IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When held up against your shoulder, your child will: snuggle in and rest at your body immediately-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_2IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When held up against your shoulder, your child will: hold head steady without support when looking around-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_3IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When held up against your shoulder, your child will: hold head steady while you bounce up and down-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_4IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When held up against your shoulder, your child will: hold head steady while you walk or bend down-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_5IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her tummy, your child will: lift head slightly up from the ground and turn head to one side-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_6IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her tummy, your child will: lift head fully off the ground by pushing on his/her forearms-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_7IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her tummy, your child will: roll over to be on his/her back-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_8IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her back, your child will: move arms and legs vigorously (kicking and reaching movements)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_9IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her back, your child will: hold on to your hands and pull her/himself up to a sit without help-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_10IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her back, your child will: roll over to be on tummy-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_11IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her back, your child will: roll over to one side and push up into a crawling position-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_12IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her back, your child will: get up into a standing position by rolling to a side without help or aids-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_13IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When lying on his/her back, your child will: stand up without rolling to a side by sitting up and then moving forward-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_14IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap with back support provided by you, your child will: hold his/her head up and steady when looking around the room-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_15IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a crawling position resting on hands and knees, your child will: shift weight to one arm and extend the other to reach, wave, or point-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_16IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a crawling position resting on hands and knees, your child will: lift up bottom and remain in this position for a short time-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_17IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a crawling position resting on hands and knees, your child will: crawl forward for a few steps (3-5)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_18IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a sitting position on the floor, your child is able to: sit independently without support (hands lifted up)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_19IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a sitting position on the floor, your child is able to: use hands and legs to scoot forward on his/her bottom-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_20IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a sitting position on the floor, your child is able to: maintain a stable sitting position while turning head and torso to look around-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_21IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a sitting position on the floor, your child is able to: hold on to some furniture and pull into a standing position-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_22IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a sitting position on the floor, your child is able to: shift into a crawling position and try to crawl forward-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_23IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a standing position, your child will: bounce up and down slightly while holding on to you with both hands-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_24IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a standing position, your child will: take a few (wobbly) steps while holding on to you with one hand-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_25IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a standing position, your child will: stand alone for a few seconds without help-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_26IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a standing position, your child will: walk 4 or 5 steps independently with arms raised-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_27IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a standing position, your child will: is able to stand and toss a ball at the same time without loosing balance and falling over-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_28IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed into a standing position, your child will: squat down to pick up a toy from the ground-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_29IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed in front of a flight of stairs, your child is able to: creep up the stairs independently-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_30IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed in front of a flight of stairs, your child is able to: walk up stairs (4-5 steps) with both hands held by caregiver-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_31IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed in front of a flight of stairs, your child is able to: walk up stairs (4-5 steps) with one hand held by caregiver-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_32IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed in front of a flight of stairs, your child is able to: walk up stairs alone while holding onto a wall or railing-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_33IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed in front of a flight of stairs, your child is able to: walk up stairs without aid (4 or more steps)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_34IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed in front of a flight of stairs, your child is able to: creep down the stairs independently (feet first)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_35IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When placed in front of a flight of stairs, your child is able to: walk down stairs without aid or help-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_36IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When moving around freely, your child will: run short distances around the room-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_37IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When moving around freely, your child will: run around the room making turns and stop without falling-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_38IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When moving around freely, your child will: kick a ball or small toy forward with one of his/her feet-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_39IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When moving around freely, your child will: stand on one foot when holding your hand (e.g., during dancing)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_40IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When moving around freely, your child will: demonstrate walking on toes for a short time-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_41IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When moving around freely, your child will: jump in place with both feet up in the air (e.g., during dancing)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_42IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When moving around freely, your child will: hop in place while balancing on one foot-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_43IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When moving around freely, your child will: jump down from boxes, small steps, or similar without falling-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_44IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When walking down a hallway or small room, your child will: walk in a straight line for a few (4-5) steps with arms up-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_45IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When walking down a hallway or small room, your child will: walk in a straight path without bumping into the walls using arms to balance-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_46IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: When walking down a hallway or small room, your child will: walk in a straight line with arms lowered and swinging freely-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_47IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: During free play or pretend play, you notice your child is able to: walk backwards for several (5 or more) steps-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_48IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: During free play or pretend play, you notice your child is able to: jump forward over small obstacles such as a curb or box-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_49IntegerRecommendedSection 1: Gross Motor Skills: During free play or pretend play, you notice your child is able to: purposefully do a somersault-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_gm_totalIntegerRecommendedEMQ Section 1 Gross Motor Skills Total
emq_fm_1IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: While observing your child lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, you notice your child: holding his/her hands close to the body in little fists occassionally-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_2IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: While observing your child lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, you notice your child: tightly holding on to a toy placed into his/her hand-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_3IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: While observing your child lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, you notice your child: bringing both hands together near the face, chest, or tummy-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_4IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: While observing your child lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, you notice your child: opening up the fingers of each hand spontaneously-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_5IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: While observing your child lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, you notice your child: spontaneously bringing one hand up to the mouth-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_6IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: While observing your child lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, you notice your child: pulling on a string to obtain an object beyond reach-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_7IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap or in a high chair while playing with toys, you notice your child is able to: successfully hold on to a small object such as a ring or stick-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_8IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap or in a high chair while playing with toys, you notice your child is able to: reach for a toy with one hand by extending the arm and fingers-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_9IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap or in a high chair while playing with toys, you notice your child is able to: successfully grasp a toy with one hand following a reach-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_10IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap or in a high chair while playing with toys, you notice your child is able to: transfer toys from one hand to the other hand-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_11IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap or in a high chair while playing with toys, you notice your child is able to: purposefully bang toys on the table or tray-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_12IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap or in a high chair while playing with toys, you notice your child is able to: purposefully drop toys or throw them off the table-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_13IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap or in a high chair while playing with toys, you notice your child is able to: manipulate one toy with both hands simultaneously-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_14IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting on your lap or in a high chair while playing with toys, you notice your child is able to: place beads on a string without help-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_15IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting without support on the floor or in a small chair, your notice your child: shaking small toys such as a rattle without losing balance-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_16IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting without support on the floor or in a small chair, your notice your child: picking up small objects (e.g., cheerios) using index finger and thumb-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_17IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting without support on the floor or in a small chair, your notice your child: holding one toy in each hand and banging them together-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_18IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting without support on the floor or in a small chair, your notice your child: taking toys out of a box, bucket, or container-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_19IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting without support on the floor or in a small chair, your notice your child: putting toys into a box, bucket, or container-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_20IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When sitting without support on the floor or in a small chair, your notice your child: stacking 3 or more blocks vertically-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_21IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a book or magazine, most of the time your child will: turn several pages at the same time-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_22IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a book or magazine, most of the time your child will: turn one page at a time-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_23IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: grip the crayon with a fist-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_24IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: grip the crayon with thumb and index finger (right side down)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_25IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: make a mark on the paper in any direction-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_26IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: mark vertical lines on the paper-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_27IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: mark horizontal lines on the paper-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_28IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: copy and reproduce simple drawings (e.g., circle) by caregiver-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_29IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: copy and reproduce multi-stroke drawings (e.g., square)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_30IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: copy and reproduce complex drawings (e.g., letters, triangle, cross)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_31IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When drawing on a sheet of paper using a crayon or pen, your child will: draw letters the right way round and proportional in size-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_32IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a sheet of paper, your child can do the following with the paper grasp the paper and pull or wrinkle it-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_33IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a sheet of paper, your child can do the following with the paper roll the paper in a tube shape-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_34IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a sheet of paper, your child can do the following with the paper fold the paper three times (any way)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_35IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a sheet of paper, your child can do the following with the paper fold the paper in half two times to form a square-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_36IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a shape sorter or piggy bank, you notice your child is able to successfully place circular shapes into the sorter-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_37IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a shape sorter or piggy bank, you notice your child is able to place complex shapes (e.g., triangle) into the sorter-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_38IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with a shape sorter or piggy bank, you notice your child rotates and successfully inserts small objects (e.g., coins)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_39IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with building blocks, you notice your child will: stack block towers of 6 blocks or more-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_40IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with building blocks, you notice your child will: add a block to a tall tower without knocking it over-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_41IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with building blocks, you notice your child will: copy you or other children by building a similar tower-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_42IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with activity books or coloring books, your child occasionally will: fill in color areas while staying insides the object's boundaries-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_43IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When playing with activity books or coloring books, your child occasionally will: connect lines in a maze or draw by numbers game-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_44IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When getting dressed or undressed, your child is sometimes able to: open shoelaces by pulling-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_45IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When getting dressed or undressed, your child is sometimes able to: open Velcro latches by pulling-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_46IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When getting dressed or undressed, your child is sometimes able to: open zippers by pulling-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_47IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When getting dressed or undressed, your child is sometimes able to: open buttons-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_48IntegerRecommendedSection 2: Fine Motor Skills: When getting dressed or undressed, your child is sometimes able to: close a zipper or buttons by him/herself-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_fm_totalIntegerRecommendedEMQ Section 2: Fine Motor Skills Total
emq_pa_1IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, your child sometimes will: fixate on objects that are moved close to your child's eyes-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_2IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, your child sometimes will: turn the head all the way to one side (90 degrees) to follow your face-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_3IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, your child sometimes will: notice his/her own hands and look at them for some time-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_4IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While lying on his/her back in a crib, baby gym, or on the floor, your child sometimes will: swat at toys hanging from a baby gym or car seat-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_5IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While sitting on your lap or fully supported in a high chair or car seat, you have noticed your child: follow a person or object by turning his/her head slightly-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_6IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While sitting on your lap or fully supported in a high chair or car seat, you have noticed your child: turn the head from side to side (180 degrees) to follow something interesting-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_7IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While sitting on your lap or fully supported in a high chair or car seat, you have noticed your child: shift eye gaze back and forth between your face and an object-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_8IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While sitting on your lap or fully supported in a high chair or car seat, you have noticed your child: focus on a far away object (e.g., toy across the room)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_9IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While sitting on your lap or fully supported in a high chair or car seat, you have noticed your child: orient to noises and visually search for the cause of the noise-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_10IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While sitting on your lap or fully supported in a high chair or car seat, you have noticed your child: extend his/her arms towards an object that is close by-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_11IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : While sitting on your lap or fully supported in a high chair or car seat, you have noticed your child: pull on a string or cloth to obtain a connected object-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_12IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When your child is sitting on the floor on his/her own without support, your child will: pull an object to reveal another object that was hidden underneath-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_13IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When your child is sitting on the floor on his/her own without support, your child will: find a hidden object when given multiple choices to search-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_14IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When your child is sitting on the floor on his/her own without support, your child will: turn cups right side up during play-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_15IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When your child is sitting on the floor on his/her own without support, your child will: sometimes use objects functionally and appropriately on him/herself (e.g., comb own hair with comb, eat with spoon)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_16IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When your child is sitting on the floor on his/her own without support, your child will: sometimes use objects functionally and appropriately on others (e.g., comb your hair, feed puppet)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_17IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When playing with your child sitting a table or in a high chair with tray attached, your child will: open and close a book using two hands-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_18IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When playing with your child sitting a table or in a high chair with tray attached, your child will: touch pictures in a book and vocalize about them-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_19IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When playing with your child sitting a table or in a high chair with tray attached, your child will: turn cups right side up during play-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_20IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When playing with your child sitting a table or in a high chair with tray attached, your child will: nest 2 or 3 cups or containers by putting one inside another-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_21IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When playing with your child sitting a table or in a high chair with tray attached, your child will: nest 4 or more nesting cups or toys correctly-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_22IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When playing with a wooden puzzle or form board, your child is able to: insert simple, rounded shapes correctly into the puzzle-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_23IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When playing with a wooden puzzle or form board, your child is able to: insert shapes with edges (e.g., triangle) correctly into the puzzle-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_24IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When being asked to find or show an item, your child is able to: find items of pairs (e.g., where is the other shoe, sock, glove)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_25IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When being asked to find or show an item, your child is able to: find identical items (e.g., this is your spoon, where is my spoon)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_26IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When being asked to find or show an item, your child is able to: match pictures in a book (e.g., where is the other dog)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_27IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When being asked to find or show an item, your child is able to: match letters (e.g., pointing out same letters)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_28IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When cleaning up after play or sorting during play, your child can when asked to: sort toys by category (e.g., blocks in one box, puppets in another)-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_29IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When cleaning up after play or sorting during play, your child can when asked to: sort toys by shape, size, or color-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_30IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When reading a book or looking at a picture in a newspaper or photo book, your child will: point to the same item or person across multiple pictures-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_31IntegerRecommendedSection 3: Perception Action : When reading a book or looking at a picture in a newspaper or photo book, your child will: look to where you point-2::2-2 = sure that child does NOT show behavior; -1 = child probably does NOT show behavior yet 0 = respondent is uncertain of whether child shows behavior; 1 = child probably shows this behavior 2 = respondent is certain child shows behavior and remembers an example, or child now shows more advanced behaviors
emq_pa_totalIntegerRecommendedEMQ Section3: Perception Action Total
emq_totalIntegerRecommendedEMQ Total Score
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
birth_prematureString20RecommendedWas birth premature?Yes; No
ldnb_whenmldkString50RecommendedWhen did the birth mother go into labor (Weeks) - Don't know
cfmh_chd_autismIntegerRecommendedDoes the Child have Autism?1;0;9990 = No; 1 = Yes
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