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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectsubject_id
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age 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.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
version_formString100RecommendedForm used
block_10cm_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrasp subscale: Block, 10 cubic centimeters: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
block_2point5cm_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrasp subscale: Block, 2.5 cubic centimeters: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
block_5cm_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrasp subscale: Block, 5 cubic centimeters: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
block_7point5cm_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrasp subscale: Block, 7.5 cubic centimeters: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
cricket_ball_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrasp subscale: Cricket ball: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
stone_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrasp subscale: Sharpening stone: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
pour_water_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrip subscale: Pour water from one glass to another: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
tube_2point25cm_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrip subscale: Displace 2.25-cm alloy tube from one side of table to the other: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
tube_1cm_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrip subscale: Displace 1-cm alloy tube from one side of table to the other: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
washer_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrip subscale: Put washer over bolt: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
ringthumb_bb_scoreIntegerRecommendedPinch subscale: Ball bearing, held between ring finger and thumb: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
indexthumb_marble_scoreIntegerRecommendedPinch subscale: Marble, held between index finger and thumb: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
middlethumb_bb_scoreIntegerRecommendedPinch subscale: Ball bearing, held between middle finger and thumb: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
indexthumb_bb_scoreIntegerRecommendedPinch subscale: Ball bearing, held between index finger and thumb: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
ringthumb_marble_scoreIntegerRecommendedPinch subscale: Marble, held between ring finger and thumb: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
middlethumb_marble_scoreIntegerRecommendedPinch subscale: Marble, held between middle finger and thumb: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
behind_head_scoreIntegerRecommendedGross movement subscale: Hand to behind the head: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
top_of_head_scoreIntegerRecommendedGross movement subscale: Hand to top of head: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
mouth_scoreIntegerRecommendedGross movement subscale: Hand to mouth: score0::30 = subject could not perform any part of the test within 60 seconds; 1 = subject could only partially perform the test within 60 seconds; 2 = subject could complete the test, but took abnormally long (5 to 60 seconds) or had great difficulty; 3 = subject performed the test normally within 5 seconds
block_10cm_timeString20RecommendedGrasp subscale: Block, 10 cubic centimeters: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
block_2point5cm_timeString20RecommendedGrasp subscale: Block, 2.5 cubic centimeters: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
block_5cm_timeString20RecommendedGrasp subscale: Block, 5 cubic centimeters: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
block_7point5cm_timeString20RecommendedGrasp subscale: Block, 7.5 cubic centimeters: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
cricket_ball_timeString20RecommendedGrasp subscale: Cricket ball: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
stone_timeString20RecommendedGrasp subscale: Sharpening stone: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
pour_water_timeString20RecommendedGrip subscale: Pour water from one glass to another: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
tube_2point25cm_timeString20RecommendedGrip subscale: Displace 2.25-cm alloy tube from one side of table to the other: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
tube_1cm_timeString20RecommendedGrip subscale: Displace 1-cm alloy tube from one side of table to the other: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
washer_timeString20RecommendedGrip subscale: Put washer over bolt: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
ringthumb_bb_timeString20RecommendedPinch subscale: Ball bearing, held between ring finger and thumb: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
indexthumb_marble_timeString20RecommendedPinch subscale: Marble, held between index finger and thumb: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
middlethumb_bb_timeString20RecommendedPinch subscale: Ball bearing, held between middle finger and thumb: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
indexthumb_bb_timeString20RecommendedPinch subscale: Ball bearing, held between index finger and thumb: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
ringthumb_marble_timeString20RecommendedPinch subscale: Marble, held between ring finger and thumb: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
middlethumb_marble_timeString20RecommendedPinch subscale: Marble, held between middle finger and thumb: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
behind_head_timeString20RecommendedGross movement subscale: Hand to behind the head: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
top_of_head_timeString20RecommendedGross movement subscale: Hand to top of head: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
mouth_timeString20RecommendedGross movement subscale: Hand to mouth: timeEnter the time (0 - 60 seconds) for subject to perform task, or write "X" if score is 0 or 1 (failed to complete task within 60 seconds)
grasp_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrasp subscale: subtotal
grip_scoreIntegerRecommendedGrip subscale: subtotal
pinch_scoreIntegerRecommendedPinch subscale: subtotal
gross_movement_scoreIntegerRecommendedGross Movement subscale: subtotal
arat_totalIntegerRecommendedARAT: Total Score
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