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  • What is a Filter Cart?
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ABCD Parental Rules on Substance Use

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Parental substance use approval and rules
Clinical Assessments
Substance Use
11/24/2017
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Query Element Name Data Type Size Required Condition 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
Query parent_rules_q1 Integer Recommended Which statement best describes the rules for your child's drinking in your house? / ¿Cuál de las siguientes afirmaciones describe mejor las reglas que debe seguir su niño(a) con respecto al consumo de alcohol en su casa? 1::6 1 = My child is not allowed to drink under any circumstances / Mi niño(a) no tiene permitido beber bajo ninguna circunstancia; 2 = My child is allowed to drink at home but only on special occasions and under parent supervision / Mi niño(a) tiene permitido beber en casa; 3 = My child can have a drink when he/she asks for one /Mi niño(a) puede tomar una copa cuando pide una; 4 = My child can drink at home whenever he/she wants to / Mi niño(a) puede beber en casa cuando lo desee; 5 = I don't set rules about my child's drinking / No le pongo reglas a mi niño(a) con respecto al consumo de alcohol; 6 = I haven't made rules yet about my child drinking /Todavía no le he puesto reglas a mi niño(a) con respecto al consumo de alcohol prq_q1_p
Query parent_rules_q1a Integer Recommended parent_rules_q1 == 1 || parent_rules_q1 == 2 || parent_rules_q1 == 3 || parent_rules_q1 == 4 Are these the same rules for all family members? /Estas reglas son las mismas para todos los miembros de la familia? 1::3 1 = No, applies only to children, not teen or adults; 2 = No, applies only to children and teen, not adults; 3 = Yes prq_q1a_p
Query parent_rules_q2 Integer Recommended parent_rules_q1 == 1 || parent_rules_q1 == 2 || parent_rules_q1 == 3 || parent_rules_q1 == 4 Do you have penalties for violating family rules about drinking?? / ¿Tiene sanciones establecidas por no respetar las reglas familiares con respecto al consumo de alcohol? 1 ; 0 1 = Yes /Sí; 0 = No prq_q2_p
Query parent_rules_q3 Integer Recommended parent_rules_q2 == 1 Are these rules enforced? / ¿Se hacen cumplir estas reglas? 0 ; 1 ; 4 0 = No; 1 = Yes /Sí; 4 = I have not had to enforce these rules /No he tenido que hacer cumplir estas reglas prq_q3_p
Query parent_rules_q4 Integer Recommended What are the family rules about smoking cigarettes for your son/daughter? / ¿Cuáles son las reglas familiares que debe seguir su niño(a) con respecto a fumar cigarrillos? 1::6 1 = Not allowed to smoke under any circumstances /No tiene permitido fumar bajo ninguna circunstancia; 2 = Not allowed to smoke in home - no family rules outside home /No tiene permitido fumar en casa; no hay reglas familiares con respecto a fumar fuera de la casa; 3 = Allowed to smoke in designated areas at home Tiene permitido fumar en /áreas designadas de la casa; 4 = Allowed to smoke anywhere /Tiene permitido fumar donde sea; 5 = I don't set rules about smoking cigarettes /No le pongo reglas con respecto a fumar cigarrillos; 6 = I haven't made rules yet about my child smoking cigarettes /Todavía no le he puesto reglas a mi niño(a) con respecto a fumar cigarrillos prq_q4_p
Query parent_rules_q5 Integer Recommended parent_rules_q4 == 1 || parent_rules_q4 == 2 || parent_rules_q4 == 3 || parent_rules_q4 == 4 Are these the same rules for all family members? /Estas reglas son las mismas para todos los miembros de la familia? 1::3 1 = No, applies only to children, not teen or adults; 2 = No, applies only to children and teen, not adults; 3 = Yes prq_q5_p
Query parent_rules_q6 Integer Recommended parent_rules_q4 == 1 || parent_rules_q4 == 2 || parent_rules_q4 == 3 || parent_rules_q4 == 4 Do you enforce penalties for violating family rules about smoking? /¿Aplica sanciones por no respetar las reglas familiares con respecto a fumar cigarrillos? 0::4 0 = Never /Nunca; 1 = Rarely/ Rara vez; 2 = Sometimes /A veces; 3 = Often/ Con frecuencia; 4 = I have not had to enforce these rules /No he tenido que hacer que cumplan estas reglas prq_q6_p
Query parent_rules_q7 Integer Recommended What are the family rules about using marijuana for your son/daughter? /¿Cuáles son las reglas familiares que debe seguir su niño(a) con respecto al consumo de marihuana? 1::6 1 = Not allowed to use marijuana under any circumstances /No tiene permitido consumir marihuana bajo ninguna circunstancia; 2 = Not allowed to use marijuana in home - no family rules outside home /No tiene permitido consumir marihuana en casa; no hay reglas familiares con respecto al consumo de marihuana fuera de la casa; 3 = Allowed to use marijuana in home with permission /Tiene permitido consumir marihuana en casa; 4 = Allowed to use marijuana in home whenever he/she wants /Tiene permitido consumir marihuana en casa cuando lo desee; 5 = I don't set rules about marijuana use /No pongo reglas con respecto al consumo de marihuana; 6 = I haven't made rules yet about my child's marijuana use T/odavía no le he puesto reglas a mi niño(a) con respecto al consumo de marihuana prq_q7_p
Query parent_rules_q8 Integer Recommended parent_rules_q7 == 1 || parent_rules_q7 == 2 || parent_rules_q7 == 3 || parent_rules_q7 == 4 Are these the same rules for all family members? / ¿Estas reglas son las mismas para todos los miembros de la familia? 1::3 1 = No, applies only to children, not teen or adults; 2 = No, applies only to children and teen, not adults; 3 = Yes prq_q8_p
Query parent_rules_q9 Integer Recommended parent_rules_q7 == 1 || parent_rules_q7 == 2 || parent_rules_q7 == 3 || parent_rules_q7 == 4 Do you enforce penalties for violating family rules about using marijuana? /¿Aplica sanciones por no respetar las reglas familiares sobre el consumo de marihuana? 1::5 0 = Never /Nunca; 1 = Rarely/ Rara vez; 2 = Sometimes /A veces; 3 = Often/ Con frecuencia; 4 = I have not had to enforce these rules /No he tenido que hacer que cumplan estas reglas prq_q9_p
eventname String 60 Required The event name for which the data was collected
pr_select_language___1 String 30 Recommended ¿Español? (1, Sí) 0 ; 1 0 = No; 1 = Yes prq_select_language_p
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