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The Social Attribution Task-Multiple Choice

297 Shared Subjects

The Social Attribution Task-Multiple Choice; Versions 1 and 2
Clinical Assessments
Questionnaire
12/20/2013
sat_mc01
12/20/2013
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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.
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
Query version String 20 Required Version/code of assessment
Query sat_total Integer Required SAT Total score
Query sat_correct Integer Required Number of correct answers soc_cog_task_correct
Query sat_q01_score Integer Recommended Question 1. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q01_response Integer Recommended Question 1. Tell me. What is this rectangle? 1::4 V1:1 = A table; 2 = A house; 3 = A car; 4 = A clock; V2: 1 = a clock; 2 = a factory; 3 = a house; 4 = an oven
Query sat_q02_score Integer Recommended Question 2. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q02_response Integer Recommended Question 2. Who is a friend of the little circle? 1::4 V1: 1 = The big triangle; 2 = The little triangle; 3 = Both the big triangle and the little triangle; 4 =Neither the big triangle or the little triangle; V2: 1 = playing; 2 = fighting; 3= rotating; 4= running
Query sat_q03_score Integer Recommended Question 3. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q03_response Integer Recommended Question 3. What are the two triangles doing? 1::4 V1: 1 = Playing; 2 = Dancing; 3 = Bumping each other; 4 = Fighting; V2: 1= bumping into each other; 2 = arguing; 3= dancing; 4 = playing
Query sat_q04_score Integer Recommended Question 4. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q04_response Integer Recommended Question 4. Let’s say that the two triangles are fighting. Which one started the fight? 1::4 V1: 1= The little triangle started the fight; 2 = The big triangle started the fight; 3 = Neither of them started the fight; 4 = Both of them started the fight; V2: V1: 1= because it's happy; 2= to sleep; 3= it fits better there; 4= because it's frightened
Query sat_q05_score Integer Recommended Question 5. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q05_response Integer Recommended Question 5. Which one won the fight? 1::4 V1: 1= The little triangle won the fight; 2 = The big triangle won the fight; 3 = Both the big triangle and little triangle won the fight; 4 = Neither the big triangle or the little triangle won the fight; V2: 1= because it's angry; 2= because it's looking for something; 3= because it's happy; 4= so that there are only 2 objects in the box
Query sat_q06_score Integer Recommended Question 6. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q06_response Integer Recommended Question 6. What is the little circle doing? 1::4 V1: 1= It is stuck in the door of the house; 2 = It is painting the house; 3 = It is hiding from the big triangle; 4 = It is playing in the house; V2: 1= to scold the triangle; 2= to fight with the triangle; 3= to comfort the triangle; 4= so that both the triangle and oval are near each other
Query sat_q07_score Integer Recommended Question 7. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q07_response Integer Recommended Question 7. What is the big triangle doing? 1::4 V1: 1= It is finding out what is in the house; 2 = It is playing with the little circle; 3 = It is trying to catch the little circle; 4 = It is hitting the little circle; V2: 1= to guard the door; 2= to wait for the rectangle; 3= to hide from the oval; 4= to be in the upper right corner
Query sat_q08_score Integer Recommended Question 8. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q08_response Integer Recommended Question 8. What is the little circle feeling? 1::4 V1: 1= Happy; 2 = Scared; 3 = Sad; 4 = Mad; V2: 1= to stop the rectangle from going to the oval; 2= to greet the rectangle; 3= to make the distance between them less; 4= to fight with the rectangle
Query sat_q09_score Integer Recommended Question 9. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q09_response Integer Recommended Question 9. What is the little triangle doing? 1::4 V1: 1= It wants to help the little circle; 2 = It wants to help the big triangle; 3 = It wants to play with the little circle and big triangle; 4 = It wants to lock the door; V2: 1= it's blocking the triangle from the oval; 2= so that all the shapes are equally spaced; 3= so the oval can play; 4= because the triangle is scared of the oval
Query sat_q10_score Integer Recommended Question 10. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q10_response Integer Recommended Question 10. What is the little circle doing? 1::4 V1: 1= It is going to play outside the house; 2 = It is chasing the little triangle; 3 = It is very hungry; 4 = It is running away from the big triangle; V2: 1= to be outside the big rectangle; 2= to look for the oval; 3= to be alone; 4= to let the triangle be alone
Query sat_q11_score Integer Recommended Question 11. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q11_response Integer Recommended Question 11. What happened to the big triangle? 1::4 V1: 1= It decided to play by itself; 2 = It is trapped inside the house; 3 = It is bouncing around; 4 = It is waiting for the little circle to come back; V2: 1= it's feeling happy; 2= it's agitated; 3= it's touching the walls; 4= it's feeling calm
Query sat_q12_score Integer Recommended Question 12. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q12_response Integer Recommended Question 12. What are the little circle and the little triangle doing? 1::4 V1: 1= That are playing together ; 2 = They are dancing ring around the rosie; 3 = They are happy to be together again ; 4 = They are fighting each other together; V2: 1= arguing; 2= dancing; 3= being near each other; 4= reaching an agreement
Query sat_q13_score Integer Recommended Question 13. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q13_response Integer Recommended Question 13. Why are the little circle and the little triangle doing this? 1::4 V1: 1= Because the little circle escaped from the big triangle; 2 = Because the little circle and the little triangle like to play together; 3 = Because they like to dance together; 4 = Because they like to bump against each other; V2: 1= it's going outside the large rectangle; 2= it's dancing; 3= it's arguing; 4= it's running away
Query sat_q14_score Integer Recommended Question 14. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q14_response Integer Recommended Question 14. What is the big triangle doing? 1::4 V1: 1= It is running around the house; 2 = It is playing tag with the little circle and little triangle; 3 = It is running home; 4 = It is chasing the little circle and the little triangle; V2: 1= trying to hurt the triangle; 2= trying to catch the triangle; 3= circling the big rectangle; 4= arguing
Query sat_q15_score Integer Recommended Question 15. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q15_response Integer Recommended Question 15. What did the big triangle do? 1::4 V1: 1= It went to play inside the house; 2 = It thought the little triangle and little circle were hiding inside the house; 3 = It saw the little triangle and the little circle going inside the house; 4 = It decided to be alone; V2: 1= to cooperate in catching the triangle; 2= because they argued with each other; 3= to be further away from each other; 4= because the oval is tired of running
Query sat_q16_score Integer Recommended Question 16. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q16_response Integer Recommended Question 16. What did the little triangle and the little circle do? 1::4 V1: 1= They disappeared; 2 = They turned black; 3 = They escaped from the big triangle; 4 = They waited to play some more with the big triangle; V2: 1= to hurt the triangle; 2= to be nice to the triangle; 3= to get the triangle inside; 4= to move the triangle away from the oval
Query sat_q17_score Integer Recommended Question 17. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q17_response Integer Recommended Question 17. What is the big triangle feeling? 1::4 V1: 1= Mad; 2 = Happy; 3 = Sad; 4 = Surprised; V2: 1= to play with the rectangle and the oval; 2= to be between the oval and the rectangle; 3= to fight the oval and the rectangle; 4= to feel comforted by the oval and the rectangle
Query sat_q18_score Integer Recommended Question 18. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q18_response Integer Recommended Question 18. Why is the big triangle feeling this way? 1::4 V1: 1= Because he can now play by himself; 2 = Because the little triangle and little circle did not want to play with him; 3 = Because he could not catch the little circle and the little triangle; 4 = Because he could not see the little triangle and the little circle anymore; V2: 1= cooperate with each other; 2= disagree with each other; 3= move together; 4= play together
Query sat_q19_score Integer Recommended Question 19. Score 0;1 0 = Incorrect;1 = Correct
Query sat_q19_response Integer Recommended Question 19. What did the big triangle do? 1::4 V1: 1= Changed the house; 2 = Moved the walls of the house; 3 = Built a new house; 4 = It broke up the house; V2: 1= frightened; 2= comforted; 3= angry; 4= sad
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