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Emotion Regulation Checklist

866 Shared Subjects

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Clinical Assessments
Emotions
01/27/2017
erc01
02/09/2022
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Description Value Range Notes Aliases
subjectkey GUID Required The NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subject NDAR*
src_subject_id String 20 Required Subject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_age Integer Required Age in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging. 0 :: 1260 Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month. t_c_age
interview_date Date Required Date on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYY
sex String 20 Required Sex of subject at birth M;F; O; NR M = Male; F = Female; O=Other; NR = Not reported gender, t_c_gender
Query erc1 Integer Recommended Is a cheerful child. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_01, p_erc_1, t_erc_01
Query erc2 Integer Recommended Exhibits wide mood swings (child's emotional state difficult to anticipate because he/she moves quickly from a positive to a negative mood). 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_02, p_erc_2, t_erc_02
Query erc3 Integer Recommended Responds positively to neutral or friendly overtures by adults. [responds positively to polite or friendly adults] 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_03, p_erc_3, t_erc_03
Query erc4 Integer Recommended Transitions well from one activity to another; doesn't become angry, anxious, distressed, or overly excited when moving from one activity to another. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Almost Always; 2= Often; 3= Sometimes; 4= Rarely/ Never; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_04, p_erc_4, t_erc_04
Query erc5 Integer Recommended Can recover quickly from upset or distress (for example, doesn't pout or remain sullen, anxious, or sad after emotionally distressing events). 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Almost Always; 2= Often; 3= Sometimes; 4= Rarely/ Never; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_05, p_erc_5, t_erc_05
Query erc6 Integer Recommended Is easily frustrated. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_06, p_erc_6, t_erc_06
Query erc7 Integer Recommended Responds positively neutral or friendly overtures by peers. [Responds positively to polite or friendly peers.] 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_07, p_erc_7, t_erc_07
Query erc8 Integer Recommended Is prone to angry outbursts/ tantrums easily. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_08, p_erc_8, t_erc_08
Query erc9 Integer Recommended Is able to delay gratification. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Almost Always; 2= Often; 3= Sometimes; 4= Rarely/ Never; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_09, p_erc_9, t_erc_09
Query erc10 Integer Recommended Takes pleasure in the distress of other (for example, laughs when another person gets hurt or punished; seems to enjoy teasing others). 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_10, p_erc_10, t_erc_10
Query erc11 Integer Recommended Can modulate excitement [Can control his/her excitement] (for example, doesn't get carried away in high-energy play situations or overly excited in inappropriate contexts). 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Almost Always; 2= Often; 3= Sometimes; 4= Rarely/ Never; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_11, p_erc_11, t_erc_11
Query erc12 Integer Recommended Is whiny or clingy with adults. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_12, p_erc_12, t_erc_12
Query erc13 Integer Recommended Is prone to have disruptive outbursts of energy and exuberance [excitement]. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_13, p_erc_13, t_erc_13
Query erc14 Integer Recommended Responds angrily to limit-setting by adults. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_14, p_erc_14, t_erc_14
Query erc15 Integer Recommended Can say when s/he is feeling sad, angry, or mad, fearful or afraid. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_15, p_erc_15, t_erc_15
Query erc16 Integer Recommended Seems sad or listless. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Almost Always; 2= Often; 3= Sometimes; 4= Rarely/ Never; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_16, p_erc_16, t_erc_16
Query erc17 Integer Recommended Is overly exuberant [excited and energetic] when attempting to engage other in play. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_17, p_erc_17, t_erc_17
Query erc18 Integer Recommended Displays flat affect [doesn't show much emotion when you would expect it] (expression is vacant or inexpressive; child seems emotionally absent). 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Almost Always; 2= Often; 3= Sometimes; 4= Rarely/ Never; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_18, p_erc_18, t_erc_18
Query erc19 Integer Recommended Responds negatively to neutral or friendly overtures by peers [Responds negatively to polite or friendly peers] (for example, may speak in an angry tone of voice or respond fearfully). 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_19, p_erc_19, t_erc_19
Query erc20 Integer Recommended Is impulsive [Can't control him/herself]. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_20, p_erc_20, t_erc_20
Query erc21 Integer Recommended Is empathic [sympathetic] towards others; show concern when others are upset or distressed. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_21, p_erc_21, t_erc_21
Query erc22 Integer Recommended Displays exuberance [energy and excitement] that others find intrusive or disruptive. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_22, p_erc_22, t_erc_22
Query erc23 Integer Recommended Displays appropriate negative emotions (anger, fear, frustration, distress) in response to hostile, aggressive, or intrusive acts by others. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_23, p_erc_23, t_erc_23
Query erc24 Integer Recommended Displays negative emotions when attempting to engage others in play. 1::4; -1; -7; -8; -9 1= Rarely/ Never; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Almost Always; -1= Unanswered questions; -7= Skipped or left unanswered; -8= I don't know the answer to the question; -9= I don't want to answer the question erc_24, p_erc_24, t_erc_24
Query timept Integer Recommended Time Point 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing tds_time, wave
respondent String 20 Recommended Respondent Mother;Father;Parent;Guardian;Teacher;Child;Self;Caregiver;Partner;Other
p_erc_lab_neg_score Integer Recommended Lability Negativity Subscale Score
p_erc_emotion_reg_score Integer Recommended Emotion Regulation Subscale Score
p_erc_total_score Integer Recommended ERC Total Score
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