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AGRE SRS Child 2002

agre_srs_child_2002

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Social Responsiveness Scale for children as defined by AGRE.

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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/project
src_record_idIntegerRecommendedResearch site ID for record
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
srs_genderIntegerRecommendedChild Gender1;21=Male;2=Female
srs_respondIntegerRecommendedRespondent1;21=Parent;2=Teacher
srs_respond_detailIntegerRecommendedRespondent detail (if available on form version)1;2;3;4;5;61=Mother;2=Father;3=Other Relative or Custodial Adult;4=Teacher or Careworker;5=Other specialist;6=Other, please specify
srs_respond_detail_oth_specString250RecommendedRespondent detail, specify other
motivq1IntegerRecommendedSeems much more fidgety in social situations than when alone.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
awareq2IntegerRecommendedExpressions on his/her face don't match what he/she is saying.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
motivq3IntegerRecommendedSeems self-confident when interacting with others.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq4IntegerRecommendedWhen under stress, he/she shows rigid or inflexible patterns of behavior that seem odd.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq5IntegerRecommendedDoesn't recognize when others are trying to take advantage of him/her.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
motivq6IntegerRecommendedWould rather be alone than with others.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
awareq7IntegerRecommendedIs aware of what others are thinking or feeling.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq8IntegerRecommendedBehaves in ways that seem strange or bizarre.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
motivq9IntegerRecommendedClings to adults, seems too dependent on them.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq10IntegerRecommendedTakes things too literally and doesn't get the real meaning of a conversation.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
motivq11IntegerRecommendedHas good self-confidence.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq12IntegerRecommendedIs able to communicate his or her feelings to others.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq13IntegerRecommendedIs awkward in turn taking interactions with peers (e.g. doesn't seem to understand the give and take of conversations).0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq14IntegerRecommendedIs not physically well coordinated.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq15IntegerRecommendedIs able to understand the meaning of others people's tone of voice and facial expressions.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
commq16IntegerRecommendedAvoids eye contact or has unusual eye contact.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
cogq17IntegerRecommendedRecognizes when something is unfair.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq18IntegerRecommendedHas difficulty making friends, even when trying his/her best.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq19IntegerRecommendedGets frustrated trying to get ideas across in conversations.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq20IntegerRecommendedShows unusual sensory interests (e.g., mouthing or spinning objects) or strange ways of playing with toys.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
commq21IntegerRecommendedIs able to imitate others' actions.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=NA
commq22IntegerRecommendedPlays appropriately with children his/her age.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
motivq23IntegerRecommendedDoes not join group activities unless told to do so.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq24IntegerRecommendedHas more difficulty than other children with changes in his/her routine.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
awareq25IntegerRecommendedDoesn't seem to mind being out of step with or 'not on the same wavelength' as others.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq26IntegerRecommendedOffers comfort to others when they are sad.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
motivq27IntegerRecommendedAvoids starting social interactions with peers or adults.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
mannerq28IntegerRecommendedThinks or talks about the same thing over and over.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq29IntegerRecommendedIs regarded by other children as odd or weird.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq30IntegerRecommendedBecomes upset in a situation with lots of things going on.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq31IntegerRecommendedCan't get his/her mind off something once he/she starts thinking about it.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
awareq32IntegerRecommendedHas good personal hygiene.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq33IntegerRecommendedIs socially awkward, even when he/she is trying to be polite.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
motivq34IntegerRecommendedAvoids people who want to be emotionally close to him/her.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
commq35IntegerRecommendedHas trouble keeping up with the flow of a normal conversation.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq36IntegerRecommendedHas difficulty relating to adults.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq37IntegerRecommendedHas difficulty relating to peers.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq38IntegerRecommendedResponds appropriately to mood changes in others (e.g., when a friend's or playmate's mood changes from happy to sad).0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq39IntegerRecommendedHas an unusually narrow range of interests.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq40IntegerRecommendedIs imaginative or good at pretending (without losing touch with reality).0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq41IntegerRecommendedWanders aimlessly from one activity to another.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
cogq42IntegerRecommendedSeems overly sensitive to sounds, textures, or smells.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
motivq43IntegerRecommendedSeparates easily from caregivers.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq44IntegerRecommendedDoesn't understand how events relate to one another (i.e., cause and effect) the way other children his/her age do.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
awareq45IntegerRecommendedFocuses his/her attention on the same thing that others are looking at or listening to.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
commq46IntegerRecommendedHas overly serious facial expressions.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
commq47IntegerRecommendedIs too silly or laughs inappropriately.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq48IntegerRecommendedHas a sense of humor, understands jokes.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq49IntegerRecommendedDoes extremely well at a few tasks, but does not do as well at most other tasks.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq50IntegerRecommendedHas repetitive, odd behaviors such as hand flapping or rocking.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
commq51IntegerRecommendedHas difficulty answering questions directly and ends up talking around the subject.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
awareq52IntegerRecommendedKnows when he/she is talking too loud or making too much noise.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq53IntegerRecommendedTalks to people with an unusual tone of voice (e.g., talks like a robot or like he/she is giving a lecture).0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
awareq54IntegerRecommendedSeems to react to people as if they are objects.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq55IntegerRecommendedKnows when he/she is too close to someone or is invading someone's space.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
awareq56IntegerRecommendedWalks in between two people who are talking.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq57IntegerRecommendedGets teased a lot.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq58IntegerRecommendedConcentrates too much on parts of things rather than seeing the whole picture. For example, if asked to describe what happened in a story, he/she may talk only about the kind of clothes the characters were wearing.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
cogq59IntegerRecommendedIs overly suspicious.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
commq60IntegerRecommendedIs emotionally distant, doesn't show his/her feelings0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=N/A
commq61IntegerRecommendedIs inflexible, has a hard time changing his/her mind.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
cogq62IntegerRecommendedGives unusual or illogical reasons for doing things.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
mannerq63IntegerRecommendedTouches others in an unusual way (e.g., he/she may touch someone just to make contact and then walk away without saying anything).0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
motivq64IntegerRecommendedIs too tense in social settings.0;1;2;30=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True
motivq65IntegerRecommendedStares or gazes off into space.0;1;2;3; 90=Not True;1=Sometimes True;2=Often True;3=Almost Always True; 9=NA
srs_r_aFloatRecommendedAwareness Raw Score0 :: 240 to 24
srs_t_aFloatRecommendedAwareness T-Score30 :: 14630 to 146
srs_r_cgFloatRecommendedCognition Raw Score0 :: 360 to 36
srs_t_cgFloatRecommendedCognition T-Score30 :: 14630 to 146
srs_r_cmFloatRecommendedCommunication Raw Score0 :: 660 to 66
srs_t_cmFloatRecommendedCommunication T-Score30 :: 14630 to 146
srs_r_moFloatRecommendedMotivation Raw Score0 :: 330 to 33
srs_t_moFloatRecommendedMotivation T-Score30 :: 14630 to 146
srs_r_maFloatRecommendedMannerisms Raw Score0 :: 360 to 36
srs_t_maFloatRecommendedMannerisms T-Score30 :: 14630 to 146
srs_r_tFloatRecommendedTotal Raw Score0 :: 1950 to 195
srs_t_tFloatRecommendedTotal T-Score30 :: 14630 to 146
score_numb_miss_responsesFloatRecommendedNumber of missing responses0 :: 9990 to 999
score_receptive_aspectsFloatRecommendedReceptive Aspects0 :: 9990 to 999
cs_tscore_awareFloatRecommendedT-score - social awareness score
cs_tscore_cogFloatRecommendedT-score - social cognition score
cs_tscore_commFloatRecommendedT-score - social communication score
cs_tscore_motivFloatRecommendedT-score - social motivation score
cs_tscore_mannerFloatRecommendedT-score - autistic mannerisms score
cs_tscore_totalFloatRecommendedT-score - total score
raw_awareFloatRecommendedRaw social awareness score
raw_cogFloatRecommendedRaw social cognition score
raw_commFloatRecommendedRaw social communication score
raw_motivFloatRecommendedRaw social motivation score
raw_mannerFloatRecommendedRaw autistic mannerisms score
raw_totalFloatRecommendedRaw total score
invalidIntegerRecommendedWas the data collection invalid0;1;20 = No; 1 = Yes, missing responses; 2 = Invalid respondent
missingIntegerRecommendedNumber of responses missing (left blank). Greater than 6 is considered unscorable by the publisher. If record was scored by SCANTRON, missing values were recoded and might be missing on the form. Non-SCANTRON records have a (-1) for missing values.null
oscr_respondent_relationshipString250RecommendedThe relationship of the respondent to subject
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