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Autism Diagnostic Interview-Screener

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Autism Diagnostic Interview-Screener, Preschool and School Age version

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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
adis_versionIntegerRequiredADI-S Version1;2;31=Form Prior To 2/27/11; 2=Hard Copy Form 2/27/11; 3=5/17/11 Form
adis_relatchildIntegerRecommendedWhat is your relationship to Child?1::6;8::141=Biological Mother; 2=Biological Father; 3=Adoptive Mother; 4=Adoptive Father; 5=Stepmother; 6=Stepfather; 8=Other; 9=Missing; 10=Foster Mother; 11=Foster father; 12=Grandmother; 13=Grandfather; 14=Another Legal Guardian
respondent_other_specifyString50RecommendedRespondent: Other (specify)ADIS_RelatFill
adis_livehomeIntegerRecommendedDoes child live in your home right now?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_livehome_3bString200RecommendedIf no, with whom does he/she live?
adis_livehome_3cIntegerRecommendedHow many days in the month do you see the child?0::31
adis_vishearprobIntegerRecommendedDoes he/she have any vision or hearing problems?1::3;888;9991=Vision Problems; 2=Hearing Problems; 3=No Vision or Hearing Problems; 888=Unknown; 999=Missing
adis_walkIntegerRecommendedIs child able to walk on his/her own now?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
earlydev_walkIntegerRecommendedAge when first walked unaided (in months)995 = Still not reached; 996 = N/K, but apparently normal; 997 = N/K, but apparently delayed; 998 = N/A; 999 = N/K or not askedADIS_WalkAge
adis_servicereceivedIntegerRecommendedCurrently, does she/he receive any early intervention services or special education services, such as speech therapy or time in a specialized preschool class?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_agefirstwordIntegerRecommendedHow old was he/she when he/she first starting using single words besides "mama" and "dada" to communicate?0::60
adis_langlevIntegerRecommendedCurrently, do you think that child's language is at the same level as other children his/her age?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_over5wordsIntegerRecommendedDoes child use at least 5 words on a daily basis?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_usephrasesIntegerRecommendedDoes child put words together to make phrases, such as "want more cookies" or "me no go" on a daily basis?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_usesentIntegerRecommendedDoes child use more complicated sentences on a daily basis, such as: "I want to go to the park today" or "I didn't get any candy because I was late?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_sayex1String200RecommendedWhat kinds of things does child say during a typical day? Can you give me some specific examples?
adis_sayex2String200RecommendedWhat kinds of things does child say during a typical day? Can you give me some specific examples?
adis_ratelanglevIntegerRecommendedInterviewer's Rating of Child's Current Level of Language1::4;91= Fewer than 5 Single Words Daily; 2=At Least 5 Single Words; 3=Simple Phrases; 4=Complex Sentences; 9=Missing
adis_dirgazeIntegerRecommendedWhen child is doing things with you or talking with you, how often does he/she look in the eyes?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_respnameIntegerRecommendedIf you call child's name, how often does he/she respond by looking at you?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_lookmomdadIntegerRecommendedIf someone says "where's daddy (dad)?" or "where's mommy (mom)?" how often does child look at the correct person?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_initiationIntegerRecommendedHow often does child come get you just because he/she wants you to play with him/her?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_otherbodyIntegerRecommendedDoes child ever use your hand like a tool to make it do something, such as putting your hand over a door handle or bottle top, in order to get it open? How often?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_offerinfoIntegerRecommendedHow often does child tell you about something that happened to him/her, such as if he/she fell down at the playground?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_chatIntegerRecommendedHow often does child us his/her language for social purposes, such as chatting or making comments just to be friendly?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_keepconvgoingIntegerRecommendedHow often do you have to keep a conversation going with child, such as by continuously asking him/her questions?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_respqIntegerRecommendedWhen you ask child a Questions, how often does he/she respond to what you asked?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_respconvleadIntegerRecommendedIf you make a comment to child without asking a direct Questions, how often does he/she respond to what you said?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_perseverationIntegerRecommendedDoes child talk about the same topic to an unusual degree? How often does this happen?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_startconvIntegerRecommendedHow often does child start a conversation with you?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_convaskIntegerRecommendedHow often does child as you Questionss about your interest or experiences?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_oddphrasesIntegerRecommendedHow often does child say things that others think are unusual or strange?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_formalspeechIntegerRecommendedSome children use words or phrases that seem overly formal can sound like a "little adult" or "a little professor". How often does child sound overly formal?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_intonationIntegerRecommendedSome children sound robotic or too flat when they talk. Others sound different because their voice is consistently too high pitched or sing-song like. How often does child sound different than other kids his/her age?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_stereophraseIntegerRecommendedSome children have their own way of saying something that they say in the same way every time. For example, a child might say "3,2,1, blast off!" to mean they want to go outside, or "what can I do for you?" whenever they meet a new person.1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_socializepeersIntegerRecommendedHow often does child verbally express an interest in having a play date with another child?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_showIntegerRecommendedWhen child see something interesting, how often does he/she hold it up or bring it over just to show you?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_pointIntegerRecommendedSome children point to request things. Others also point to show something of interest. How often does child use his/her finger to point out something of interest, such as pointing to an airplane?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_gestureIntegerRecommendedNow I am interested in hearing about other gestures besides pointing. How often does child use simple gestures, such as waving good-bye or blowing a kiss, without being told to do so?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_nodIntegerRecommendedHow often does he/she nod his/her head to mean yes without being told to do so?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_jointattnIntegerRecommendedWhat if you are pointing something out to child? How often does he/she respond by looking at what you are pointing at?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_smilepeopIntegerRecommendedHow often does child smile at people?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_socsmileIntegerRecommendedIf child is not smiling already and you smile at him/her, how often does he/she smile back at you?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_inappfaceexpIntegerRecommendedSome children show facial expressions that do not match the situation, such as laughing when it is not clear what is funny. How often does child show facial expressions that do not match the situation?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_exagfacialexpIntegerRecommendedDo child's facial expressions appear less natural compared to other children his/her age? For example, do his/her smiles ever look overly-practiced or rehearsed? How often?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_favactivString200RecommendedExamples of Child's favorite things
adis_shareenjIntegerRecommendedWhen child is excited about something, how often does he/she seem to want to get you to be excited, too?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_shareIntegerRecommendedHow often does child offer to share food or other things with people, without being asked or told to share?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_respdistressIntegerRecommendedWhen someone else is hurt or sick, how often does child notice that something is wrong?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_appsocrespIntegerRecommendedWhen an adult outside of the family talks to him/her, how often does he/she respond appropriately, such as by smiling or saying "Hi!"?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_inappsocrespIntegerRecommendedOn the other hand, does child ever respond inappropriately to an adult outside of the family, such as by ignoring the person or turning away? How often does this happen?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_socdisinhibitIntegerRecommendedIn social situations, such as when eating at a restaurant, going to the grocery store, or attending a birthday party, how often does child show behaviors that are NOT appropriate to that situation?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_timealoneIntegerRecommendedDoes child prefer to spend time by him/herself? How often?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_approachchildIntegerRecommendedWhen child is around other children his/her age, how often does he/she approach them or try to join in?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_interestinchildIntegerRecommendedHow often does child show interest in other children, such as by watching them or pointing them out to you?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_resptochildIntegerRecommendedIf another child tries to interact with child, how often does he/she respond positively and do something to try to keep the interaction going?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_peerplayIntegerRecommendedWhen group of children are playing games such as hide and seek or duck-duck-goose, how often does child join in on his/her own and play?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_birthdayqIntegerRecommendedWhen there are other children around, such as at a birthday party or during free time at school or daycare, how often does child stay on the edge of the group instead of interacting with the other children?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_imagpeerplayIntegerRecommendedHow often does child play pretend games with other children, such as playing house or school?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_imagplayIntegerRecommendedHow does child make up his/her own stories using action figures or small dolls, such as pretending that the figures are going somewhere or doing something?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_ritualizedplayIntegerRecommendedSome children have very particular or ritualized ways of playing. They do not like to change from "their way" of playing with something and might get upset if others try to get them to play in a different way. How often does child insist on playing in a very particular way?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_excimagplayIntegerRecommendedSome children who play pretend spend an unusual amount of time playing in certain ways, such as spending a lot of time pretending to be one character or pretending to have imaginary friends. Does child spend an unusual amount of time playing this way? How often?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_socruleIntegerRecommendedHow often does child disregard common "social rules?" This could include things like standing too close to people, interrupting, or asking overly personal questions.1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_awkwardinterIntegerRecommendedHow often does child seem socially awkward?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_recogfriendIntegerRecommendedDoes child refer to classmates or other people he/she knows as "friends" when they may not really be friends? How often?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_maintainfriendIntegerRecommendedHow often does child have difficulty maintaining friendships or keeping after he/she makes them?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_appactivIntegerRecommendedDuring free time, how often does child seem to get stuck on doing the same activity for a long period of time.1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_repetobjIntegerRecommendedSome children seem more interested in playing with the parts of an object instead of using the whole object as it was intended. For example, when playing with a toy car, they might turn it over and spin the wheels rather than using it as a car. How often does child focus his/her attention on specific parts of toys or objects rather than using them as they were intended?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_sensryavIntegerRecommendedSome children are overly sensitive to loud noises or are upset by certain sounds, sights, tastes, or feels of things. Is child bothered by any of these things? How often?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_sensoryinterestIntegerRecommendedOn the other hand, some children have sensory interest and like to seek out certain sensations. This might include looking at things in unusual ways, sniffing objects, or repeatedly touching certain textures. How often does child show sensory interests?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_preoccupIntegerRecommendedOn the other hand, some children have sensory interest and like to seek out certain sensations. This might include looking at things in unusual ways, sniffing objects, or repeatedly touching certain textures. How often does child show sensory interests?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_preoccupfillString200RecommendedPlease Specify: ADIS_Preoccup
adis_preoccup_dothingIntegerRecommendedHow often does child do/say things related to this unusual interest?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_circumintIntegerRecommendedDoes child have any overly intense interest, such as in trains or geography or other special interests that take up an unusually large amount of his /her time?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_circumintfillString200RecommendedPlease Specify: ADIS_CircumInt
adis_circumint_dothingIntegerRecommendedHow often does child spend time talking about/doing things related to this intense interest?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_handmannIntegerRecommendedSome children show repetitive hand movements, such as flickering their fingers or flapping their hands. How often does child move his/her fingers in these ways?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_cplxmannIntegerRecommendedSome children show unusual repetitive whole body movements, such as hopping while waving their arms. How often does child move his/her body in these ways?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_routinesIntegerRecommendedSome children are bothered by minor changes in their daily routine. For example, a child might become upset if a different route to school is taken or if lunch happens 30 minutes earlier than usual. How often does child react negatively to changes like this in his/her day?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_compulIntegerRecommendedSome children need to do things in a very particular way or sequence. For example, a child might insist on touching the mailbox before going into the house or insist on closing doors that are open. How often does child insist on doing things in a very particular way or order?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=Occasionally; 3=Often; 4=Very Frequent; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_concernIntegerRecommendedHave you ever had concerns about child's behavior or development?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_concern_whatString200RecommendedWhat concerns you the most right now about child's behavior or development?
adis_ageconcernIntegerRecommendedHow old was child when you first wondered if there might be something different about his/her behavior or development?0::1200
adis_concernfillString200RecommendedWhat was it that gave you concern at the time?
adis_loseIntegerRecommendedDid child lose any language or social skills during the first few years of life after he/she first gained them?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_typeloseString200RecommendedWhat type of language skills did he/she lose?
adis_ageloseIntegerRecommendedHow old was he/she when he/she lost those skills?0::1200
adis_professionconcrnIntegerRecommendedHas a medical, mental health or school professional ever passed concerns that child might have an autism disorder (ASD), like autism, Asperger syndrome, or PDD-NOS?0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_degreeconcrnIntegerRecommendedHow concerned are you that child might have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD)?1::4;888;9991=Not At All; 2=A Little; 3=Pretty; 4=Extremely; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_interviewformatIntegerRecommendedInterview Format1;21=On Phone; 2=In Person
adis_needreadtoIntegerRecommendedIndicate if the caregiver required response options read to them for the majority of the interview:0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_totaltimeIntegerRecommendedTotal time of Interview (in minutes)0::1200
adis_notefillString200RecommendedNotes and Impressions (e.g. on respondent's behavior or unusual circumstances during interview):
adis_flagIntegerRecommendedInterview should be flagged: Specify Reason0;1;888;9990=No; 1=Yes; 888=Not Applicable; 999=Missing
adis_otherString200RecommendedDo you have any other concerns or Questionss about today's interview or about your upcoming appointments?
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