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Autism Diagnostic Interview-Questionnaire

adi_q

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Autism Diagnostic Interview-Questionnaire School and Preschool versions

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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
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
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
adiq_relatchild_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedWhat is your relationship to child?1;2;3;4;5;6;7;8;91=Biological Mother; 2=Biological Father; 3=Adoptive Mother; 4=Adoptive Father; 5=Stepmother; 6=Stepfather; 7= Grandparent; 8=Other; 9=Missing
adiq_currentconcern_psIntegerRecommendedDo you currently have concerns about your child's behavior or development?0;1;8880=No; 1=Yes; 888=MissingADIQ_CurrentConcern_PSS1S2
adiq_words2_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedDid your child use single words before the age of 2?0;1;8880=No; 1=Yes; 888=Missing
adiq_loselang_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedDid you child lose language skills (Stopped speaking for some months after having learned to talk)?0;1;8880=No; 1=Yes; 888=Missing
adiq_profhelp_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedHave you asked a doctor or other professional for help about his/her behavior or development?0;1;8880=No; 1=Yes; 888=Missing
adiq_phrasesent_pss1sIntegerRecommendedIs he/she now able to talk using short phrases or sentences?0;1;8880=No; 1=Yes; 888=Missing
adiq_rangefaceexp_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedShow a normal range of facial expressions?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_facematch_s1s2IntegerRecommendedUse facial expressions that do not match the situation?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_laughunclear_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedLaugh when it is not clear what is funny?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_nodyes_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedNod his/her head to mean yes?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_shakeno_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedShake his/her head to mean no?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_pointdist_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedPoint at things at a distance that interest him/her (for example, an airplane)?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_gesture_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedUse gestures, other than pointing or pulling your hand, to let you know what he/she wants?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_tool_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedUse your hand like a tool, or as if it were part of his/her own body?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_showinterest_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedShow you things that interest him/her?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_comfort_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedTry to comfort you when you are sad, sick or hurt?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_shareenjoy_s1s2IntegerRecommendedSeem to want you to join in his/her enjoyment of things he/she likes?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_spontcopy_pss1IntegerRecommendedSpontaneously try to copy your actions or those of other people?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_socialgame_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedSpontaneously, join in and try to copy the actions in social games-such as Peek-a-boo?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=MissingADIQ_SocialGames_PSS1S2
adiq_pretend_pss1IntegerRecommendedPlay pretend games?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_lookup_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedLook up and pay attention to you when you come into a room and start talking to him/her without calling his/her name?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_lookattnhelp_pss1IntegerRecommendedLook at you when he/she wants your attention/help?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_interestpeers_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedSeem interested in children of the same age whom he/she does not know?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_resppositiveIntegerRecommendedRespond positively when a child of the same age approaches him/her?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=MissingADIQ_RespPositive_PSS1
adiq_inviteplay_pss1IntegerRecommendedInvite you to play with him/her?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_unussensint_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedDemonstrate unusual interests in the sight of things such as close peering or prolonged inspection of things (such as light)?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_othersensint_psIntegerRecommendedDemonstrate other sensory interests such as the feel or taste of things or people?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_unusinterest_pss1sIntegerRecommendedHave any interest that he/she seeks out and that might seem unusual to other people?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=MissingADIQ_UnusInterest_PSS1S2
adiq_repetplay_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedPlay in repetitive ways with toys or objects (such as lining things ups for long periods of time)?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_circumint_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedHave any interests that are unusual in their intensity but otherwise appropriate for his/her age group?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_unusattach_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedDemonstrate any intense attachments to unusual objects such as a wooden spoon?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_handfingmann_pssIntegerRecommendedHave any unusual ways of moving his/her hands or fingers, such as flapping his/her hands?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=MissingADIQ_HandFingMann_PSS1S2
adiq_complemann_pss1sIntegerRecommendedHave any complicated movements of the whole body, such as repeatedly bouncing up and down while moving his/her hands?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=MissingADIQ_ComplexMann_PSS1S2
adiq_routine_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedBecome bothered by minor changes in his/her routine?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_compulsion_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedHave things that he/she has to do in a very particular way or sequence, or rituals that he/she insists you go through?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_selfinjury_pss1IntegerRecommendedBang his/her head or bite or slap himself/herself?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_socialchat_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedTalk with you just to be friendly (rather than to get something)?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_seekhelp_pss1IntegerRecommendedCome get you when he/she needs help?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_smileadult_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedSmile at friendly adults?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_objectuse_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedSeem to be more interested in parts of a toy or an object rather than using the toy/object as it was intended?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_echolalia_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedUse odd phrases or say one thing over and over in almost exactly the same way?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_verbalritual_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedSay or ask the same sequence of things or insist that you say the something in a particular way?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_formalspeech_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedUse overly formal words or phrases so that he/she sounds like a "little adult" or "a little professor"?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_tellday_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedTell you about things that happened in his/her day without being asked?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_friends_s1s2IntegerRecommendedGet together with particular friends or a best friends?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_offershare_s1s2IntegerRecommendedOffer to share foods or objects with others?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_askthoughts_s1s2IntegerRecommendedAsk you questions about your experiences or thoughts?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_wave_pss1IntegerRecommendedWave goodbye without being told to do so?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_respapproach_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedSeem interested or show pleasure when familiar, adults talk to him/her?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_joinactiv_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedJoin in activities with children of the same age, without being told to do so?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_pronounconf_pss1IntegerRecommendedConfuse "you" and "I"?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_idiosynspeech_s1s2IntegerRecommendedSay things in unusual, indirect ways?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_topicexcess_s1s2IntegerRecommendedTalk about one topic or interest to an unusual degree?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_wordinvent_s1s2IntegerRecommendedUse words that he/she seems to have invented or made up for her/himself?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_specialway_pss1IntegerRecommendedHave a special way of saying things?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_noticeothface_s2IntegerRecommendedSeem to notice the facial expressions of others?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_initiateconv_s2IntegerRecommendedInitiate conversations about a range of topics?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_excesstalk_s2IntegerRecommendedTalk so much that it is difficult for others to take a turn?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_socialactiv_s2IntegerRecommendedParticipate in social activities with people of the same age during free time?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_socialnaive_s2IntegerRecommendedSeem socially nave when he/she interacts with others?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_oddspeech_s2IntegerRecommendedSay things that sound odd to other people?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_excessdetail_s2IntegerRecommendedProvide excess details when telling you about something?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_insistrules_s2IntegerRecommendedInsist that others follow very particular rules at school or home?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_arrange_s2IntegerRecommendedBecome bothered by changes in how his/her personal things are arranged?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_cooperatplay_s1s2IntegerRecommendedPlay cooperatively in games that need some form of joining in with a group, such as a ball game?1::4;888;9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adiq_phrasesent_pss1s2IntegerRecommendedIs he/she now able to talk using short phrases or sentences?1::4; 888; 9991=Not at all; 2=A Little; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
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