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Emotion Socialization Measure

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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_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.
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
sexString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender
eac_sad_1IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Not notice0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_2IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Tell her to cheer up0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_3IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Buy her something she likes0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_4IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Ask her about it0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_5IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Tell her not to worry0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_6IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Get tearful or cry0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_7IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Not be around0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_8IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Get sad too0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_9IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Give her a disgusted look0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_10IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Ignore her0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_11IntegerRequiredWhen your child is sad how often do you...Help her deal with the issue0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_12IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Get all upset0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_13IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Show her you did not like her being sad0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_14IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Comfort her0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_sad_15IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is sad how often do you...Call her a crybaby or such0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_1IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Punish her0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_2IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Not be around0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_3IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Find out what made her angry0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_4IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Tell her things aren't so bad0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_5IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Tell her that she should be ashamed0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_6IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Get upset0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_7IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Tell her to change her attitude0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_8IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Get angry with her0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_9IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Understand why she is angry0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_10IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Tell her to keep quiet0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_11IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Ignore her0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_12IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Help her deal with the problem0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_13IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Not notice0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_14IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Give her something else to do0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_angry_15IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is angry how often do you...Yell back at her0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_1IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Not notice0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_2IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Change the subject0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_3IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Tell her that there are other things that are more important0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_4IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Become interested in why she is happy0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_5IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Notice her feelings and quickly move on to something else0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_6IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Become very happy, too0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_7IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Not be around0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_8IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Join her in her happiness0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_9IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Tell her to keep it to herself0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_10IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Fail to ask about it0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_11IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Listen to her0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_12IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Say you were happy, too0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_13IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Tell her to settle down0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_14IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Encourage her to share her happiness0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
eac_happy_15IntegerRecommendedWhen your child is happy how often do you...Show you did not like her being happy0 :: 5; 881 = Not at all; 2; 3 = Sometimes; 4; 5 = Very Often; 88 = Missing
reward_subtypeIntegerRecommendedReward scoreSad: 4, 11, 14; Angry: 3, 9, 12; Happy: 4, 11, 14
punish_subtypeIntegerRecommendedPunishment scoreSad: 9, 13, 15; Angry: 1, 5, 10; Happy: 15
override_subtypeIntegerRecommendedOverride scoreSad: 2, 3, 5; Angry: 4, 7, 14; Happy: 2, 3, 9, 13
neglect_subtypeIntegerRecommendedNeglect scoreSad: 1, 7, 10; Angry: 2, 11, 13; Happy: 1, 5, 7, 10
magnify_subtypeIntegerRecommendedMagnify scoreSad: 6, 8, 12; Angry: 6, 8, 15; Happy: 6, 8, 12
Data Structure

This page displays the data structure defined for the measure identified in the title and structure short name. The table below displays a list of data elements in this structure (also called variables) and the following information:

  • 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
  • Required: This column displays whether the element is Required for valid submissions, Recommended for valid submissions, Conditional on other elements, or Optional
  • 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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