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Child Virtual Reality Simulation Sickness

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This measure contains questions asked in child friendly language immediately following the use of virtual reality equipment to quantify physical symptoms such as general discomfort, dizziness, and nausea. This aims to assess potential virtual reality sickness.
Clinical Assessments
Phys Characteristics; Side Effects
03/10/2021
vrss01
03/24/2021
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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
respondent String 20 Recommended Respondent Mother;Father;Parent;Guardian;Teacher;Child;Self;Caregiver;Partner;Other
scenario_order Integer Recommended VR scenario order 0;1;999 0 = 1-2-3; 1 = 3-2-1; 999 = not recorded
scenario_num String 20 Recommended VR scenario number P; 1a; 1b; 2a; 2b; 3a; 3b; NR P = Practice; 1a; 1b; 2a; 2b; 3a; 3b; NR = not recorded
vrss_q1 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Feel bad overall (Nausea) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q2 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Tired (Oculormotor) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q3 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Headache (Oculormotor) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q4 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Eyes hurt (Oculormotor) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q5 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Trouble seeing (Nausea) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q6 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Increased saliva (Nausea) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q7 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Sweating (Nausea) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q8 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Sick to stomach (Oculormotor) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q9 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Trouble concentrating (Oculormotor) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q10 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Things look blurry (Oculormotor) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q11 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Dizzy with eyes open (Nausea) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
vrss_q12 Integer Recommended Response to Virtual Reality - Dizzy with eyes closed (Nausea) 1::4;999 1 = None; 2 = A little; 3 = A lot; 4 = Severe; 999 = missing
usability_q1 Integer Recommended The headset is comfortable. 0::100;999 0 = Strongly disagree ; 100 = Strongly agree; 999 = missing
usability_q2 Integer Recommended The controls are easy to use. 0::100;999 0 = Strongly disagree ; 100 = Strongly agree; 999 = missing
usability_q3 Integer Recommended The headset is too heavy. 0::100;999 0 = Strongly disagree ; 100 = Strongly agree; 999 = missing
usability_q4 Integer Recommended I like using the virtual reality headset. 0::100;999 0 = Strongly disagree ; 100 = Strongly agree; 999 = missing
usability_q5 Integer Recommended It is easy to move around in the game. 0::100;999 0 = Strongly disagree ; 100 = Strongly agree; 999 = missing
nausea_score Float Recommended VR Simulation Sickness Nausea Mean Score 1::4;77;999 77 = incomplete; 999 = missing
oculor_score Float Recommended VR Simulation Sickness Oculormotor Mean Score 1::4;77;999 77 = incomplete; 999 = missing
vrss_total_score Float Recommended VR Simulation Sickness Overall Mean Score 1::4;77;999 77 = incomplete; 999 = missing
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