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Knowledge of Infant Development Inventory

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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 Required field
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 the subject M;F M = Male; F = Female gender
kidi1 Integer Recommended When toddlers are strongly attached (bonded) to their parents, they are more clingy and tend to stick close to mom and dad. 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi2 Integer Recommended A 2 year old who is 2 or 3 months behind other 2 year olds is retarded 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi3 Integer Recommended Children often will keep using the wrong word for awhile, even when they are told the right way to say it (like "feet not footsies") 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi4 Integer Recommended Babies should not be held when they cry because this will make them want to be held all the time 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi5 Integer Recommended If a baby (less than a year) wants a snack, give it nuts, popcorn, or raisins 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi6 Integer Recommended Babies do some things just to make trouble for their parents, like crying a long time or pooping in their diapers 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi7 Integer Recommended If you punish children for doing something naughty, it's okay to give them a piece of candy to stop the crying 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi8 Integer Recommended You must stay in the bathroom while your infant is in the tub 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi9 Integer Recommended Babies cannot see and hear at birth 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi10 Integer Recommended Infants understand only words they can say 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi11 Integer Recommended If children are shy or fussy in new situations, it means they have an emotional problem 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi12 Integer Recommended Talking to a child about things he (she) is doing helps its mental development 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi13 Integer Recommended A two year old who says "NO!" to everything and bosses you around is trying to get you upset 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi14 Integer Recommended The way a child is brought up has little affect on how smart he (she) will be 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi15 Integer Recommended Babies may cry for 20-30 minutes at a time, no matter how much you try to comfort them 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi16 Integer Recommended Once a kid turns 3 or so, they become less defiant and negativistic--"No, I don't want to! 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi17 Integer Recommended A toddler who's energetic--always on the go--needs a low-sugar diet or Ritalin 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi18 Integer Recommended Babies have little affect on how parents care for them, at least until they get older 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi19 Integer Recommended When putting babies in the crib for sleep, place them on their back, not their stomach 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi20 Integer Recommended A 3 1/2-year-old boy who wets the bed has a problem that should be seen by a doctor 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi21 Integer Recommended A brother or sister may start wetting the bed or thumbsucking when a new baby arrives in the family 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi22 Integer Recommended New foods should be given to the infant one at a time, with 4-5 days between each one 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi23 Integer Recommended The 2 year old's sense of time is different from an adult's 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi24 Integer Recommended Most premature babies end up being abused, neglected, or mentally retarded 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi25 Integer Recommended If babies are fed cow's milk, they need extra vitamins and iron 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi26 Integer Recommended Some healthy babies spit out almost every new food until they get used to it 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi27 Integer Recommended The baby's personality or temperament is set by 6 months of age; it doesn't change much after that 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi28 Integer Recommended Some parents do not bond until their baby starts to smile and look at them 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi29 Integer Recommended The way the parent treats a baby in the first months of life determines whether the child will grow up to be well-adjusted or a moody misfit 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi30 Integer Recommended Children learn all of their language by copying what they have heard adults say 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi31 Integer Recommended When a baby less than 12 months gets diarrhea, you should stop feeding solid foods and give it a flat ginger ale or pedialyte 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi32 Integer Recommended Infants may stop paying attention to what is going on around them if there is too much noise or too many things to look at 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi33 Integer Recommended Some normal kids do not enjoy being cuddled 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi34 Integer Recommended If a baby has trouble pooping, give it warm milk 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi35 Integer Recommended The more you soothe a crying baby by holding and talking to it, the more you spoil them 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi36 Integer Recommended A common cause of accidents for toddlers is pulling something like a frying pan, a tablecloth, or a lamp down on top of them 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi37 Integer Recommended Newborn babies recognize stories and music they heard before they were born 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi38 Integer Recommended A good way to teach your child not to bite is to bite back 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi39 Integer Recommended Some days you need to discipline your child; other days you can ignore the same thing. It all depends on the mood you're in that day 1::2 1=Agree; 2=Disagree; 3=Not Sure
kidi40 Integer Recommended Most babies can sit on the floor without falling over by 7 months 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi41 Integer Recommended Six months old will respond to someone differently if the person is happy or upset 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi42 Integer Recommended Most 2 year olds know the difference between make-believe and true stories on TV 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi43 Integer Recommended Infants usually are walking by about 12 months of age 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi44 Integer Recommended Eight month olds act differently with familiar people than with someone not seen before 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi45 Integer Recommended Babies are about 7 months old before they can reach and grab things 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi46 Integer Recommended Two year olds are able to reason logically, much like an adult would 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi47 Integer Recommended One year olds know right from wrong 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi48 Integer Recommended Three month olds often will smile when they see an adult's face 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi49 Integer Recommended Most children are ready to be toilet trained by one year of age 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi50 Integer Recommended Infants begin to respond to their name at 10 months 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi51 Integer Recommended Babies begin to laugh at things around 4 months 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi52 Integer Recommended Six month olds know what "No" means 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi53 Integer Recommended Four month olds lying on their stomach start to lift their heads 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi54 Integer Recommended Babbling ("a-bah-bah" or "bup-bup") begins around 5 months 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi55 Integer Recommended Eighteen month olds often cooperate and share when they play together 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi56 Integer Recommended Infants of 12 months can remember toys they have watched being hidden 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi57 Integer Recommended Babies usually say their first real word at 6 months 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi58 Integer Recommended Infants will avoid high places, like stairs, by 6 months of age 1::4 1=Agree; 2=Younger; 3=Older; 4=Not Sure
kidi_right Integer Recommended KIDI right score sum(if([kidi1]='2',1,0),if([kidi2]='2',1,0),if([kidi3]='1',1,0),if([kidi4]='2',1,0),if([kidi5]='2',1,0),if([kidi6]='2',1,0),if([kidi7]='2',1,0),if([kidi8]='1',1,0),if([kidi9]='2',1,0),if([kidi10]='2',1,0),if([kidi11]='2',1,0),if([kidi12]='1',1,0),if([kidi13]='2',1,0),if([kidi14]='2',1,0),if([kidi15]='1',1,0),if([kidi16]='2',1,0),if([kidi17]='2',1,0),if([kidi18]='2',1,0),if([kidi19]='1',1,0),if([kidi20]='2',1,0),if([kidi21]='1',1,0),if([kidi22]='1',1,0),if([kidi23]='1',1,0),if([kidi24]='2',1,0),if([kidi25]='1',1,0),if([kidi26]='1',1,0),if([kidi27]='2',1,0),if([kidi28]='1',1,0),if([kidi29]='2',1,0),if([kidi30]='2',1,0),if([kidi31]='1',1,0),if([kidi32]='1',1,0),if([kidi33]='1',1,0),if([kidi34]='2',1,0),if([kidi35]='2',1,0),if([kidi36]='1',1,0),if([kidi37]='1',1,0),if([kidi38]='2',1,0),if([kidi39]='2',1,0),if([kidi40]='1',1,0),if([kidi41]='1',1,0),if([kidi42]='3',1,0),if([kidi43]='1',1,0),if([kidi44]='1',1,0),if([kidi45]='2',1,0),if([kidi46]='3',1,0),if([kidi47]='3',1,0),if([kidi48]='1',1,0),if([kidi49]='3',1,0),if([kidi50]='2',1,0),if([kidi51]='1',1,0),if([kidi52]='3',1,0),if([kidi53]='2',1,0),if([kidi54]='1',1,0),if([kidi55]='3',1,0),if([kidi56]='1',1,0),if([kidi57]='3',1,0),if([kidi58]='3',1,0))
kidi_wrong Integer Recommended KIDI wrong score sum(if([kidi1]='1',1,0),if([kidi2]='1',1,0),if([kidi3]='2',1,0),if([kidi4]='1',1,0),if([kidi5]='1',1,0),if([kidi6]='1',1,0),if([kidi7]='1',1,0),if([kidi8]='2',1,0),if([kidi9]='1',1,0),if([kidi10]='1',1,0),if([kidi11]='1',1,0),if([kidi12]='2',1,0),if([kidi13]='1',1,0),if([kidi14]='1',1,0),if([kidi15]='2',1,0),if([kidi16]='1',1,0),if([kidi17]='1',1,0),if([kidi18]='1',1,0),if([kidi19]='2',1,0),if([kidi20]='1',1,0),if([kidi21]='2',1,0),if([kidi22]='2',1,0),if([kidi23]='2',1,0),if([kidi24]='1',1,0),if([kidi25]='2',1,0),if([kidi26]='2',1,0),if([kidi27]='1',1,0),if([kidi28]='2',1,0),if([kidi29]='1',1,0),if([kidi30]='1',1,0),if([kidi31]='2',1,0),if([kidi32]='2',1,0),if([kidi33]='2',1,0),if([kidi34]='1',1,0),if([kidi35]='1',1,0),if([kidi36]='2',1,0),if([kidi37]='2',1,0),if([kidi38]='1',1,0),if([kidi39]='1',1,0),if([kidi40]='2',1,0),if([kidi40]='3',1,0),if([kidi41]='2',1,0),if([kidi41]='3',1,0),if([kidi42]='1',1,0),if([kidi42]='2',1,0),if([kidi43]='2',1,0),if([kidi43]='3',1,0),if([kidi44]='2',1,0),if([kidi44]='3',1,0),if([kidi45]='1',1,0),if([kidi45]='3',1,0),if([kidi46]='1',1,0),if([kidi46]='2',1,0),if([kidi47]='1',1,0),if([kidi47]='2',1,0),if([kidi48]='2',1,0),if([kidi48]='3',1,0),if([kidi49]='1',1,0),if([kidi49]='2',1,0),if([kidi50]='1',1,0),if([kidi50]='3',1,0),if([kidi51]='2',1,0),if([kidi51]='3',1,0),if([kidi52]='1',1,0),if([kidi52]='2',1,0),if([kidi53]='1',1,0),if([kidi53]='3',1,0),if([kidi54]='2',1,0),if([kidi54]='3',1,0),if([kidi55]='1',1,0),if([kidi55]='2',1,0),if([kidi56]='2',1,0),if([kidi56]='3',1,0),if([kidi57]='1',1,0),if([kidi57]='2',1,0),if([kidi58]='1',1,0),if([kidi58]='2',1,0))
kidi_notsure Integer Recommended KIDI not sure score sum(if([kidi1]='3',1,0),if([kidi2]='3',1,0),if([kidi3]='3',1,0),if([kidi4]='3',1,0),if([kidi5]='3',1,0),if([kidi6]='3',1,0),if([kidi7]='3',1,0),if([kidi8]='3',1,0),if([kidi9]='3',1,0),if([kidi10]='3',1,0),if([kidi11]='3',1,0),if([kidi12]='3',1,0),if([kidi13]='3',1,0),if([kidi14]='3',1,0),if([kidi15]='3',1,0),if([kidi16]='3',1,0),if([kidi17]='3',1,0),if([kidi18]='3',1,0),if([kidi19]='3',1,0),if([kidi20]='3',1,0),if([kidi21]='3',1,0),if([kidi22]='3',1,0),if([kidi23]='3',1,0),if([kidi24]='3',1,0),if([kidi25]='3',1,0),if([kidi26]='3',1,0),if([kidi27]='3',1,0),if([kidi28]='3',1,0),if([kidi29]='3',1,0),if([kidi30]='3',1,0),if([kidi31]='3',1,0),if([kidi32]='3',1,0),if([kidi33]='3',1,0),if([kidi34]='3',1,0),if([kidi35]='3',1,0),if([kidi36]='3',1,0),if([kidi37]='3',1,0),if([kidi38]='3',1,0),if([kidi39]='3',1,0),if([kidi40]='4',1,0),if([kidi41]='4',1,0),if([kidi42]='4',1,0),if([kidi43]='4',1,0),if([kidi44]='4',1,0),if([kidi45]='4',1,0),if([kidi46]='4',1,0),if([kidi47]='4',1,0),if([kidi48]='4',1,0),if([kidi49]='4',1,0),if([kidi50]='4',1,0),if([kidi51]='4',1,0),if([kidi52]='4',1,0),if([kidi53]='4',1,0),if([kidi54]='4',1,0),if([kidi55]='4',1,0),if([kidi56]='4',1,0),if([kidi57]='4',1,0),if([kidi58]='4',1,0))
kidi_totalo Integer Recommended KIDI total o sum(if([kidi40]='2',1,0),if([kidi41]='2',1,0),if([kidi42]='1',1,0),if([kidi42]='2',1,0),if([kidi43]='3',1,0),if([kidi44]='2',1,0),if([kidi46]='1',1,0),if([kidi46]='2',1,0),if([kidi47]='1',1,0),if([kidi47]='2',1,0),if([kidi48]='2',1,0),if([kidi49]='1',1,0),if([kidi49]='2',1,0),if([kidi51]='2',1,0),if([kidi52]='1',1,0),if([kidi52]='2',1,0),if([kidi54]='2',1,0),if([kidi55]='1',1,0),if([kidi55]='2',1,0),if([kidi56]='2',1,0),if([kidi57]='1',1,0),if([kidi57]='2',1,0),if([kidi58]='1',1,0),if([kidi58]='2',1,0))
kidi_totalu Integer Recommended KIDI total u sum(if([kidi40]='3',1,0),if([kidi41]='3',1,0),if([kidi43]='3',1,0),if([kidi44]='3',1,0),if([kidi45]='1',1,0),if([kidi45]='3',1,0),if([kidi48]='3',1,0),if([kidi50]='1',1,0),if([kidi50]='3',1,0),if([kidi51]='3',1,0),if([kidi53]='1',1,0),if([kidi53]='3',1,0),if([kidi54]='4',1,0),if([kidi56]='3',1,0))
kidi_overestimate Float Recommended KIDI overestimate [kidi_totalo]/24
kidi_underestimate Float Recommended KIDI underestimate [kidi_totalu]/14
kidi_attempted Float Recommended KIDI attempted (58-[kidi_notsure])/58
kidi_accuracy Integer Recommended KIDI accuracy [kidi_right]/([kidi_right]+[kidi_wrong])
kidi_totalcorrect Float Recommended KIDI total correct [kidi_right]/58
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