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Ages and Stages Questionnaires. ASQ-3

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Ages and Stages Questionnaires. ASQ-3. 4, 6, 10, 12, 16, 18 and 24 months questionnaires.

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
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.
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
premature_weeksIntegerRecommendedWeeks premature0 = Full term
asq_relationshipString40RequiredRelationship to baby: Parent, grandparent or other relative, guardian, foster parent, teacher, child care provider, otherParent;Grandparent or other relative;Guardian;Foster parent;Teacher;Child care provider;Other
asq_communication_totalFloatRequiredCommunication Total
communication_10m_3_12m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby make two similar sounds like "ba-ba," "da-da," or "ga-ga"? (The sounds do not need to mean anything.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_10m_4_12m_2IntegerRecommendedIf you ask your baby to, does he play at least one nursery game even if you don't show him the activity yourself (such as "bye-bye," "Peekaboo," "clap your hands," "So Big")?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_10m_5_12m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby follow one simple command, such as "Come here," "Give it to me," or "Put it back," without using your gestures?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_10m_6_12m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby say three words, such as "Mama," "Dada," and "Baba"? (A "word" is a sound or sounds your baby says consistently to mean someone or something.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_12m_5IntegerRecommendedWhen you ask, "Where is the ball (hat, shoe, etc.)?" does your baby look at the object? (Make sure the object is present. Mark "yes" if she knows one object.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_12m_6_16_3_18m_1IntegerRecommendedWhen your baby wants something, does he tell you by pointing to it?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_16m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child point to, pat, or try to pick up pictures in a book?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_16m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child say four or more words in addition to "Mama" and "Dada"?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_16m_4_18m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen you ask your child to, does he go into another room to find a familiar toy or object? (You might ask, "Where is your ball?" or say, "Bring me your coat," or "Go get your blanket.")0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_16m_5_18_4_24m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child imitate a two-word sentence? For example, when you say a two-word phrase, such as "Mama eat," "Daddy play," "Go home," or "What's this?" does your child say both words back to you?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_16m_6_18m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child say eight or more words in addition to "Mama" and "Dada"?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_18m_5_24m_1IntegerRecommendedWithout you showing him, does your child point to the correct picture when you say, "Show me the kitty," or ask, "Where is the dog?" (He needs to identify only one picture correctly.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_18m_6_24m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your child say two or three words that represent different ideas together, such as "See dog," "Mommy come home," or "Kitty gone"?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_24m_3IntegerRecommendedWithout you giving him clues by pointing or using gestures, can your child carry out at least three of these kinds of directions?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes. DIRECTIONS: A) Put the toy on the table. B) Close the door. C) Bring me a towel. D) Find your coat. E) Take my hand. F) Get your book.
communication_24m_4IntegerRecommendedIf you point to a picture of a ball (kitty, cup, hat, etc.) and ask your child, "What is this?" does your child correctly name at least one picture?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_24m_6IntegerRecommendedDoes your child correctly use at least two words like "me," "I," "mine," and "you"?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_4m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby chuckle softly?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_4m_2IntegerRecommendedAfter you have been out of sight, does your baby smile or get excited when he sees you?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_4m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby stop crying when she hears a voice other than yours?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_4m_4_6m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby make high-pitched squeals?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_4m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby laugh?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_4m_6IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby make sounds when looking at toys or people?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_6m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen playing with sounds, does your baby make grunting, growling, or other deep-toned sounds?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_6m_3IntegerRecommendedIf you call your baby when you are out of sight, does she look in the direction of your voice?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_6m_4IntegerRecommendedWhen a loud noise occurs, does your baby turn to see where the sound came from?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_6m_5_10m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby make sounds like "da," "ga," "ka," and "ba"?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
communication_6m_6_10m_2IntegerRecommendedIf you copy the sounds your baby makes, does your baby repeat the same sounds back to you?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
asq_gross_motor_totalFloatRequiredGross Motor Total
gross_motor_10m_1IntegerRecommendedIf you hold both hands just to balance your baby, does she support her own weight while standing?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_10m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen sitting on the floor, does your baby sit up straight for several minutes without using his hands for support?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_10m_3IntegerRecommendedWhen you stand your baby next to furniture or the crib rail, does she hold on without leaning her chest against the furniture for support?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_10m_4_12m_1IntegerRecommendedWhile holding onto furniture, does your baby bend down and pick up a toy from the floor and then return to a standing position?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_10m_5_12m_2IntegerRecommendedWhile holding onto furniture, does your baby lower himself with control (without falling or flopping down)?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_10m_6_12m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby walk beside furniture while holding on with only one hand?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_12m_4IntegerRecommendedIf you hold both hands just to balance your baby, does he take several steps without tripping or falling? (If your baby already walks alone, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_12m_5IntegerRecommendedWhen you hold one hand just to balance your baby, does she take several steps forward? (If your baby already walks alone, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_12m_6IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby stand up in the middle of the floor by himself and take several steps forward?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_16m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child stand up in the middle of the floor by himself and take several steps forward?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_16m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child climb onto furniture or other large objects, such as large climbing blocks?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_16m_3_18m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child bend over or squat to pick up an object from the floor and then stand up again without any support?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_16m_4_18m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child move around by walking, rather than crawling on her hands and knees?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_16m_6_18m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child walk well and seldom fall?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_16m_6_18m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your child climb on an object such as a chair to reach something he wants (for example, to get a toy on a counter or to "help" you in the kitchen)?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_18m_5_24m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child walk down stairs if you hold onto one of her hands? She may also hold onto the railing or wall. (You can look for this at a store, on a playground, or at home.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_18m_6_24m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen you show your child how to kick a large ball, does he try to kick the ball by moving his leg forward or by walking into it? (If your child already kicks a ball, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_24m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child walk either up or down at least two steps by herself? She may hold onto the railing or wall.0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_24m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your child run fairly well, stopping herself without bumping into things or falling?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_24m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your child jump with both feet leaving the floor at the same time?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_24m_6IntegerRecommendedWithout holding onto anything for support, does your child kick a ball by swinging his leg forward?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_4m_1IntegerRecommendedWhile your baby is on his back, does he move his head from side to side?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_4m_2IntegerRecommendedAfter holding her head up while on her tummy, does your baby lay her head back down on the floor, rather than let it drop or fall forward.0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_4m_3IntegerRecommendedWhen your baby is on his tummy, does he hold his head up so that his chin is about 3 inches from the floor for at least 15 seconds?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_4m_4IntegerRecommendedWhen your baby is on her tummy, does she hold her head straight up, looking around? (She can rest on her arms while doing this.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_4m_5IntegerRecommendedWhen you hold him in a sitting position, does your baby hold his head steady?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_4m_6IntegerRecommendedWhile your baby is on her back, does your baby bring her hands together over her chest, touching her fingers?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_6m_1IntegerRecommendedWhile your baby is on his back, does your baby lift his legs high enough to see his feet?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_6m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen your baby is on her tummy, does she straighten both arms and push her whole chest off the bed or floor?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_6m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby roll from his back to his tummy, getting both arms out from under him?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_6m_4IntegerRecommendedWhen you put your baby on the floor, does she lean on her hands while sitting? (If she already sits up straight without leaning on her hands, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_6m_5IntegerRecommendedIf you hold both hands just to balance your baby, does he support his own weight while standing?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
gross_motor_6m_6IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby get into a crawling position by getting up on her hands and knees?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
asq_fine_motor_totalFloatRequiredFine Motor Total
fine_motor_10m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby pick up a small toy with the tips of his thumb and fingers? (You should see a space between the toy and his palm.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_10m_4_12m_1IntegerRecommendedAfter one or two tries, does your baby pick up a piece of string with her first finger and thumb? (The string may be attached to a toy.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_10m_5_12m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby pick up a crumb or Cheerio with the tips of her thumb and a finger? She may rest her arm or hand on the table while doing it.0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_10m_6_12m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby put a small toy down, without dropping it, and then take her hand off the toy?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_12m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby throw a small ball with a forward arm motion? (If he simply drops the ball, mark "not yet" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_12m_6IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby help turn the pages of a book? (You may lift a page for him to grasp.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_12m_4IntegerRecommendedWithout resting her arm or hand on the table, does your baby pick up a crumb or Cheerio with the tips of her thumb and a finger?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_16m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child help turn the pages of a book? (You may lift a page for her to grasp.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_16m_2_18m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child throw a small ball with a forward arm motion? (If he simply drops the ball, mark "not yet" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_16m_3_18m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child stack a small block or toy on top of another one? (You could also use spools of thread, small boxes, or toys that are about 1 inch in size.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_16m_4_18m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your child stack three small blocks or toys on top of each other by herself?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_16m_5_18m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child make a mark on the paper with the tip of a crayon (or pencil or pen) when trying to draw?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_16m_6_18_5_24m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child turn the pages of a book by herself? (She may turn more than one page at a time.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_18m_6_24m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child get a spoon into her mouth right side up so that the food usually doesn't spill?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_24m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child use a turning motion with his hand while trying to turn doorknobs, wind up toys, twist tops, or screw lids on and off jars?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_24m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your child flip switches off and on?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_24m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your child stack seven small blocks or toys on top of each other by herself? (You could also use spools of thread, small boxes, or toys that are about 1 inch in size.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_24m_6IntegerRecommendedCan your child string small items such as beads, macaroni, or pasta "wagon wheels" onto a string or shoelace?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_4m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby hold his hands open or partly open (rather than in fists, as they were when he was a newborn)?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_4m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen you put a toy in her hand, does your baby wave it about, at least briefly?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_4m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby grab or scratch at his clothes?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_4m_4IntegerRecommendedWhen you put a toy in her hand, does your baby hold onto it for about 1 minute while looking at it, waving it about, or trying to chew it?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_4m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby grab or scratch his fingers on a surface in front of him, either while being held in a sitting position or when he is on his tummy?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_4m_6IntegerRecommendedWhen you hold your baby in a sitting position, does she reach for a toy on a table close by, even though her hand may not touch it?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_6m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby grab a toy you offer and look at it, wave it about, or chew on it for about 1 minute?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_6m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby reach for or grasp a toy using both hands at once?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_6m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby reach for a crumb or Cheerio and touch it with his finger or hand? (If he already picks up a small object the size of a pea, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_6m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby pick up a small toy, holding it in the center of her hand with her fingers around it?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_6m_5_10m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby try to pick up a crumb or Cheerio by using his thumb and all of his fingers in a raking motion, even if he isn't able to pick it up? (If he already picks up the crumb or Cheerio, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
fine_motor_6m_6_10m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby pick up a small toy with only one hand?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
asq_probsolve_totalIntegerRequiredProblem Solving Total
probsolve_10m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby pick up two small toys, one in each hand, and hold onto them for about 1 minute?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_10m_3IntegerRecommendedWhen holding a toy in his hand, does your baby bang it against another toy on the table?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_10m_4_12m_1IntegerRecommendedWhile holding a small toy in each hand, does your baby clap the toys together (like "Pat-a-cake")?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_10m_5_12m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby poke at or try to get a crumb or Cheerio that is inside a clear bottle (such as a plastic soda-pop bottle or baby bottle)?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_10m_6_12m_3IntegerRecommendedAfter watching you hide a small toy under a piece of paper or cloth, does your baby find it? (Be sure the toy is completely hidden.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_12m_4IntegerRecommendedIf you put a small toy into a bowl or box, does your baby copy you by putting in a toy, although she may not let go of it? (If she already lets go of the toy into a bowl or box, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_12m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby drop two small toys, one after the other, into a container like a bowl or box? (You may show him how to do it.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_12m_6_16m_1IntegerRecommendedAfter you scribble back and forth on paper with a crayon (or a pencil or pen), does your baby copy you by scribbling? (If she already scribbles on her own, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_16m_2IntegerRecommendedCan your child drop a crumb or Cheerio into a small, clear bottle (such as a plastic soda-pop bottle or baby bottle)?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_16m_3_18m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child drop several small toys, one after another, into a container like a bowl or box? (You may show him how to do it.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_16m_4_18m_2IntegerRecommendedAfter you have shown your child how, does she try to get a small toy that is slightly out of reach by using a spoon, stick, or similar tool?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_16m_5_18m_4IntegerRecommendedWithout your showing him how, does your child scribble back and forth when you give him a crayon (or pencil or pen)?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_16m_6_18m_3IntegerRecommendedAfter a crumb or Cheerio is dropped into a small, clear bottle, does your child turn the bottle upside down to dump it out? (You may show her how.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_18m_5_24m_1IntegerRecommendedAfter watching you draw a line from the top of the paper to the bottom with a crayon (or pencil or pen), does your child copy you by drawing a single line on the paper in any direction? (Mark "not yet" if your child scribbles back and forth.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_18m_6_24m_2IntegerRecommendedAfter a crumb or Cheerio is dropped into a small, clear bottle, does your child turn the bottle upside down to dump out the crumb or Cheerio? (Do not show him how.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_24m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child pretend objects are something else? For example, does your child hold a cup to her ear, pretending it is a telephone? Does she put a box on her head, pretending it is a hat? Does she use a block or small toy to stir food?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_24m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your child put things away where they belong? For example, does he know his toys belong on the toy shelf, his blanket goes on his bed, and dishes go in the kitchen?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_24m_5IntegerRecommendedIf your child wants something she cannot reach, does she find a chair or box to stand on to reach it (for example, to get a toy on a counter or to "help" you in the kitchen)?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_24m_6IntegerRecommendedWhile your child watches, line up four objects like blocks or cars in a row. Does your child copy or imitate you and line up four objects in a row? (You can also use spools of thread, small boxes, or other toys.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_4m_1IntegerRecommendedWhen you move a toy slowly from side to side in front of your baby's face (about 10 inches away), does your baby follow the toy with his eyes, sometimes turning his head?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_4m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen you move a small toy up and down slowly in front of your baby's face (about 10 inches away), does your baby follow the toy with her eyes?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_4m_3IntegerRecommendedWhen you hold your baby in a sitting position, does he look at a toy (about the size of a cup or rattle) that you place on the table or floor in front of him?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_4m_4IntegerRecommendedWhen you put a toy in her hand, does your baby look at it?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_4m_5IntegerRecommendedWhen you put a toy in his hand, does your baby put the toy in his mouth?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_4m_6IntegerRecommendedWhen you dangle a toy above your baby while she is lying on her back, does your baby wave her arms toward the toy?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_6m_1IntegerRecommendedWhen a toy is in front of your baby, does she reach for it with both hands?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_6m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen your baby is on his back, does he turn his head to look for a toy when drops it? (If he already picks it up, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_6m_3IntegerRecommendedWhen your baby is on her back, does she try to get a toy she has dropped if she can see it?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_6m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby pick up a toy and put it in his mouth?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_6m_5_10m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby pass a toy back and forth from one hand to the other?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
probsolve_6m_6IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby play by banging a toy up and down on the floor or table?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
asq_persocial_totalIntegerRequiredPersonal-social Total
persocial_4m_5IntegerRecommendedBefore you smile or talk to your baby, does he smile when he sees you nearby?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_4m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby help hold the bottle with both hands at once, or when nursing, does she hold the breast with her free hand?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_4m_3IntegerRecommendedWhen your baby sees the breast or bottle, does he seem to know he is about to be fed?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_4m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby watch his hands?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_4m_6_6m_1IntegerRecommendedWhen in front of a large mirror, does your baby smile or coo at herself?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_4m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen your baby has her hands together, does she play with her fingers?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_6m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby act differently toward strangers than he does with you and other familiar people? (Reactions to strangers may include staring, frowning, withdrawing, or crying.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_6m_6IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby try to get a toy that is out of reach? (She may roll, pivot on her tummy, or crawl to get it.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_6m_4IntegerRecommendedWhen in front of a large mirror, does your baby reach out to pat the mirror?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_6m_3IntegerRecommendedWhile lying on her back, does your baby play by grabbing her foot?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_6m_5_10m_1IntegerRecommendedWhile your baby is on his back, does he put his foot in his mouth?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_10m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby drink water, juice, or formula from a cup while you hold it?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_10m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby feed himself a cracker or a cookie?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_10m_5IntegerRecommendedWhen you dress your baby, does he push his arm through a sleeve once his arm is started in the hole of the sleeve?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_10m_6_12m_3IntegerRecommendedWhen you hold out your hand and ask for her toy, does your baby let go of it into your hand?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_10m_4_12m_1IntegerRecommendedWhen you hold out your hand and ask for her toy, does your baby offer it to you even if she doesn't let go of it? (If she already lets go of the toy into your hand, mark "yes" for this item.)0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_12m_6_16m_3_18m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby play with a doll or stuffed animal by hugging it?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_12m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your baby roll or throw a ball back to you so that you can return it to him?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_12m_4IntegerRecommendedWhen you dress your baby, does she lift her foot for her shoe, sock, or pant leg?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_12m_2IntegerRecommendedWhen you dress your baby, does she push her arm through a sleeve once her arm is started in the hole of the sleeve?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_16m_6_18m_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your child come to you when she needs help, such as with winding up a toy or unscrewing a lid from a jar?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_16m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child feed himself with a spoon, even though he may spill some food?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_16m_5_18m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child get your attention or try to show you something by pulling on your hand or clothes?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_16m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child help undress herself by taking off clothes like socks, hat, shoes, or mittens?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_16m_4_18m_1IntegerRecommendedWhile looking at himself in the mirror, does your child offer a toy to his own image?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_18m_6_24m_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child copy the activities you do, such as wipe up a spill, sweep, shave, or comb hair?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_18m_5_24m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child drink from a cup or glass, putting it down again with little spilling?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_24m_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child call herself "I" or "me" more often than her own name? For example, "I do it," more often than "Juanita do it."0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_24m_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child eat with a fork?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_24m_5IntegerRecommendedDoes your child push a little wagon, stroller, or other toy on wheels, steering it around objects and backing out of corners if he cannot turn?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
persocial_24m_4IntegerRecommendedWhen playing with either a stuffed animal or a doll, does your child pretend to rock it, feed it, change its diapers, put it to bed, and so forth?0; 5; 100 = Not yet; 5 = Sometimes; 10 = Yes
overall_visionString5RecommendedDo you have concerns about your baby's vision?Yes;No
overall_vision_comString1,000RecommendedDo you have concerns about your baby's vision? If yes, explain:
overall_deaf_famhistString5RecommendedDoes either parent have a family history of childhood deafness or hearing impairment?Yes;No
overall_deaf_famhist_comString1,000RecommendedDoes either parent have a family history of childhood deafness or hearing impairment? If yes, explain:
overall_hearString5RecommendedDo you think your child hears well?Yes;No
overall_hear_comString1,000RecommendedDo you think your child hears well? Explain
overall_medproblemString5RecommendedHas your baby had any medical problems in the last several months?Yes;No
overall_medproblem_comString1,000RecommendedHas your baby had any medical problems in the last several months? If yes, explain:
overall_standString5RecommendedWhen you help your baby stand, are his feet flat on the surface most of the time?Yes;No
overall_stand_comString1,000RecommendedWhen you help your baby stand, are his feet flat on the surface most of the time? If no, explain:
overall_talk_comString1,000RecommendedDo you think your child talks like others his age? Explain
overall_talkString5RecommendedDo you think your child talks like others his age?Yes;No
overall_understandString5RecommendedDo you understand most of what your child says?Yes;No
overall_understand_comString1,000RecommendedDo you understand most of what your child says? Comment
overall_hands_legsString5RecommendedDoes your baby use both hands and both legs equally well?Yes;No
overall_hands_legs_comString1,000RecommendedDoes your baby use both hands and both legs equally well? If no, explain:
overall_walkString5RecommendedDo you think your child walks, runs and climbs like other toddlers his age?Yes;No
overall_walk_comString1,000RecommendedDo you think your child walks, runs and climbs like other toddlers his age? Explain
overall_worryString5RecommendedDoes anything about your baby worry you?Yes;No
overall_worry_comString1,000RecommendedDoes anything about your baby worry you? If yes, explain:
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