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ABCD School Risk and Protective Factors Survey

11,877 Shared Subjects

School risk and protective factors
Clinical Assessments
Social Adjustment
11/28/2017
srpf01
05/27/2021
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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
Query visit String 60 Recommended Visit name eventname
Query school_2_y Integer Recommended In my school, students have lots of chances to help decide things like class activities and rules. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_2
Query school_3_y Integer Recommended I get along with my teachers. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_3
Query school_4_y Integer Recommended My teacher(s) notices when I am doing a good job and lets me know about it. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_4
Query school_5_y Integer Recommended There are lots of chances for students in my school to get involved in sports, clubs, or other school activities outside of class. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_5
Query school_6_y Integer Recommended I feel safe at my school. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_6
Query school_7_y Integer Recommended The school lets my parents know when I have done something well. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_7
Query school_8_y Integer Recommended I like school because I do well in class. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_8
Query school_9_y Integer Recommended I feel I'm just as smart as other kids my age. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_9
Query school_10_y Integer Recommended There are lots of chances to be part of class discussions or activities. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_10
Query school_12_y Integer Recommended In general, I like school a lot. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_12
Query school_15_y Integer Recommended Usually, school bores me. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_15
Query school_17_y Integer Recommended Getting good grades is not so important to me. 1::4 1 = NO!; 2 = no; 3 = yes; 4 = YES! //Mark (the BIG) YES! if you think the statement is definitely true for you. Mark (the little) yes if you think the statement is mostly true for you. Mark (the little) no if you think the statement is mostly not true for you. Mark (the BIG) NO! if you think the statement is definitely not true for you school_risk_phenx_17
school_admin Integer Recommended Please indicate how instrument was administered: 1::3 1=RA-Administered ; 2=Youth Self-Administered ; 3=Combination [event_name_number] > '21'
school_device Integer Recommended Youth's Device: 1::3 1=Phone Screen ; 2=Tablet/iPad Screen ; 3=Computer Screen [school_remote(2)] = ''1'' or [school_remote(3)] = ''1''
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