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Fidelity Check

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Clinical Assessments
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12/02/2019
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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 gender
experiment_id Integer Required ID for the Experiment/settings/run
rev_qeeg_results Integer Recommended Trainer reviewed the results of the child's 2-channel QEEG screening session data and the association between these results and symptoms of ADHD 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
understand_tbr_adhd Integer Recommended Trainer requested that the participant and parents verbalize their understanding of the association between TBR and ADHD. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
fid_rationale Integer Recommended Trainer provided rationale for neurofeedback to the participant and parents in a manner that was understandable. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
understand_rationale Integer Recommended Trainer requested that the participant and parents verbalize their understanding of the rationale for neurofeedback. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
rev_reward_sys Integer Recommended Trainer reviewed the reward system with the participant and parents. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
understand_reward_sys Integer Recommended Trainer requested that participant and parents verbalize their understanding of the reward system. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
estab_threshold Integer Recommended Trainer conducted a 3 minute session (eyes open) prior to beginning training to establish thresholds for the next 5 periods in session 1. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
first_sess_5_periods Integer Recommended Trainer conducted session 1 including 5 periods (5 minutes each) of neurofeedback. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
first_sess_5_periods_expl Integer Recommended If not, was this explained in the comment box? 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
verbalize_nf Integer Recommended Trainer requested that child verbalize what would occur during neurofeedback session. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
brain_workout Integer Recommended Trainer emphasized that neurofeedback training was more like a brain workout, not entertainment (this can be conveyed to the child in a variety of ways). 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
nf_screen_indicators Integer Recommended Trainer explained the various neurofeedback screens to the child, identifying screen indicators of inattention (theta) and attention (beta), and TBR. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
reduce_tbr Integer Recommended Trainer provided the participant with guidance intended to help the participant figure out how to reduce theta, increase beta, or reduce TBR 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
going_wrong Integer Recommended If the child was not experiencing success, trainer sought to join the participant in trying to figure out what was going wrong. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
going_right Integer Recommended If the child was experiencing success, trainer sought to join the participant in trying to figure out what was going right 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
points Integer Recommended Trainer reviewed the results of each training task, assigned points accurately, and provided encouragement to the child before moving to the next task 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
inc_duration Integer Recommended Trainer increased the duration of each of the 5 periods in the session to either 6, 7, 8, or 9 minutes 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
new_train_thresh Integer Recommended Trainer used the average of the first 5 sessions to reestablish new training thresholds for all subsequent sessions and reconfigured the child's profile in EEGer. 0::2;98 0= Goal was not introduced or covered by the clinician; 2= Goal was partially achieved; 3= Goal was fully achieved; 98= N/A
correct_cortical_site Integer Recommended Trainer located the electrode over the correct cortical site (Cz or Fz, depending on the higher TBR during eyes open at baseline). 0;2;98 0= No; 2= Yes; 98 = NA
equip_worked Integer Recommended Neurofeedback equipment worked as it was intended 0;2;98 0= No; 2= Yes; 98 = NA
equip_worked_expl Integer Recommended If neurofeedback equipment did not work as expected, was this explained in the comment box 0;2;98 0= No; 2= Yes; 98 = NA
five_tasks Integer Recommended Participant completed five training tasks during each session 0;2;98 0= No; 2= Yes; 98 = NA
five_tasks_expl Integer Recommended If participant did not complete fice training tasks during each session, was this explained in the comment box 0;2;98 0= No; 2= Yes; 98 = NA
paramaters_per_protocol Integer Recommended Trainer established initial training parameters during the first session as described in the protocol. 0;2;98 0= No; 2= Yes; 98 = NA
monetary_reward Integer Recommended Participant received a monetary reward for earning a total of 20 points 0;2;98 0= No; 2= Yes; 98 = NA
fid_total Integer Recommended Fidelity Check Total Score
denom Integer Recommended Maxmimum sum possible for questions answered
adherence Integer Recommended Percent adhereance of assessment (total score divided by max sum possible)
comments_misc String 4,000 Recommended Miscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
session Integer Recommended Session
validity String 13 Recommended Validity rating Yes;No;Questionnable
site String 101 Recommended Site Study Site
resp_source Integer Recommended Respondent Source 1::6 1= subject; 2= parent; 3= clinician; 4= teacher; 5= trainer; 6= fidelity reviewer source
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