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Autism Impact Measure

aim

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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
freq_q1IntegerRecommended1 Fascination with parts1::51= never to 5= alwaysq1_fascination_with_parts_frequency
freq_q2IntegerRecommended2 Fascinated with looking, feeling, smelling, licking1::51= never to 5= alwaysq2_fascinated_with_looking_feeling_smelling_licking_frequency
freq_q3IntegerRecommended3 Lined things up1::51= never to 5= alwaysq3_lined_things_up_frequency
freq_q4IntegerRecommended4 Demonstrated odd responses1::51= never to 5= alwaysq4_demonstrated_odd_responses_frequency
freq_q5IntegerRecommended5 Used hand over hand1::51= never to 5= alwaysq5_used_hand_over_hand_frequency
freq_q6IntegerRecommended6 Problems with speech1::51= never to 5= alwaysq6_problems_with_speech_frequency
freq_q7IntegerRecommended7 Engaged in rituals/routines1::51= never to 5= alwaysq7_engaged_in_rituals_routines_frequency
freq_q8IntegerRecommended8 Had odd vocal tone or pitch1::51= never to 5= alwaysq8_had_odd_vocal_tone_or_pitch_frequency
freq_q9IntegerRecommended9 Was withdrawn from others1::51= never to 5= alwaysq9_was_withdrawn_from_others_frequency
freq_q10IntegerRecommended10 Repeated actions1::51= never to 5= alwaysq10_repeated_actions_frequency
freq_q11IntegerRecommended11 Collected things1::51= never to 5= alwaysq11_collected_things_frequency
freq_q12IntegerRecommended12 Exhibited repetitive hand/finger movements1::51= never to 5= alwaysq12_exhibited_repetitive_hand_finger_movements_frequency
freq_q13IntegerRecommended13 Attached to objects1::51= never to 5= alwaysq13_attached_to_objects_frequency
freq_q14IntegerRecommended14 Problems with repetitive behaviors1::51= never to 5= alwaysq14_problems_with_repetitive_behaviors_frequency
freq_q15IntegerRecommended15 Avoided sounds, textures, or smells1::51= never to 5= alwaysq15_avoided_sounds_textures_or_smells_frequency
freq_q16IntegerRecommended16 Was aloof1::51= never to 5= alwaysq16_was_aloof_frequency
freq_q17IntegerRecommended17 Exhibited repetitive whole body movements1::51= never to 5= alwaysq17_exhibited_repetitive_whole_body_movements_frequency
freq_q18IntegerRecommended18 Problems with communication1::51= never to 5= alwaysq18_problems_with_communication_frequency
freq_q19IntegerRecommended19 Had odd approaches1::51= never to 5= alwaysq19_had_odd_approaches_frequency
freq_q20IntegerRecommended20 Circumscribed interest1::51= never to 5= alwaysq20_circumscribed_interest_frequency
freq_q21IntegerRecommended21 Had difficulty with affection1::51= never to 5= alwaysq21_had_difficulty_with_affection_frequency
freq_q22IntegerRecommended22 Resistant to changes1::51= never to 5= alwaysq22_resistant_to_changes_frequency
freq_q23IntegerRecommended23 Had difficulty with pronouns1::51= never to 5= alwaysq23_had_difficulty_with_pronouns_frequency
freq_q24IntegerRecommended24 Demonstrated repetitive phrases1::51= never to 5= alwaysq24_demonstrated_repetitive_phrases_frequency
freq_q25IntegerRecommended25 Exhibited echoed speech1::51= never to 5= alwaysq25_exhibited_echoed_speech_frequency
freq_q26IntegerRecommended26 Problems with social interactions1::51= never to 5= alwaysq26_problems_with_social_interactions_frequency
freq_q27IntegerRecommended27 Used made up or private language1::51= never to 5= alwaysq27_used_made_up_or_private_language_frequency
freq_q28IntegerRecommended28 Played with same age peers1::51= never to 5= alwaysq28_played_with_same_age_peers_frequency
freq_q29IntegerRecommended29 Engaged in reciprocal conversation1::51= never to 5= alwaysq29_engaged_in_reciprocal_conversation_frequency
freq_q30IntegerRecommended30 Shared enjoyment1::51= never to 5= alwaysq30_shared_enjoyment_frequency
freq_q31IntegerRecommended31 Played cooperatively1::51= never to 5= alwaysq31_played_cooperatively_frequency
freq_q32IntegerRecommended32 Had positive response to approach1::51= never to 5= alwaysq32_had_positive_response_to_approach_frequency
freq_q33IntegerRecommended33 Exhibited social smile1::51= never to 5= alwaysq33_exhibited_social_smile_frequency
freq_q34IntegerRecommended34 Used gestures1::51= never to 5= alwaysq34_used_gestures_frequency
freq_q35IntegerRecommended35 Comforted others1::51= never to 5= alwaysq35_comforted_others_frequency
freq_q36IntegerRecommended36 Showed interest in others1::51= never to 5= alwaysq36_showed_interest_in_others_frequency
freq_q37IntegerRecommended37 Used imagination1::51= never to 5= alwaysq37_used_imagination_frequency
freq_q38IntegerRecommended38 Engaged in chit-chat1::51= never to 5= alwaysq38_engaged_in_chit_chat_frequency
freq_q39IntegerRecommended39 Exhibited range of facial expressions1::51= never to 5= alwaysq39_exhibited_range_of_facial_expressions_frequency
freq_q40IntegerRecommended40 Shared interest1::51= never to 5= alwaysq40_shared_interest_frequency
freq_q41IntegerRecommended41 Made eye contact1::51= never to 5= alwaysq41_made_eye_contact_frequency
impac_q1IntegerRecommended1 Fascination with parts1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq1_fascination_with_parts_presence_impact
impac_q2IntegerRecommended2 Fascinated with looking, feeling, smelling, licking1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq2_fascinated_with_looking_feeling_smelling_licking_presence_impact
impac_q3IntegerRecommended3 Lined things up1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq3_lined_things_up_presence_impact
impac_q4IntegerRecommended4 Demonstrated odd responses1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq4_demonstrated_odd_responses_presence_impact
impac_q5IntegerRecommended5 Used hand over hand1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq5_used_hand_over_hand_presence_impact
impac_q6IntegerRecommended6 Problems with speech1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq6_problems_with_speech_presence_impact
impac_q7IntegerRecommended7 Engaged in rituals/routines1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq7_engaged_in_rituals_routines_presence_impact
impac_q8IntegerRecommended8 Had odd vocal tone or pitch1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq8_had_odd_vocal_tone_or_pitch_presence_impact
impac_q9IntegerRecommended9 Was withdrawn from others1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq9_was_withdrawn_from_others_presence_impact
impac_q10IntegerRecommended10 Repeated actions1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq10_repeated_actions_presence_impact
impac_q11IntegerRecommended11 Collected things1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq11_collected_things_presence_impact
impac_q12IntegerRecommended12 Exhibited repetitive hand/finger movements1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq12_exhibited_repetitive_hand_finger_movements_presence_impact
impac_q13IntegerRecommended13 Attached to objects1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq13_attached_to_objects_presence_impact
impac_q14IntegerRecommended14 Problems with repetitive behaviors1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq14_problems_with_repetitive_behaviors_presence_impact
impac_q15IntegerRecommended15 Avoided sounds, textures, or smells1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq15_avoided_sounds_textures_or_smells_presence_impact
impac_q16IntegerRecommended16 Was aloof1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq16_was_aloof_presence_impact
impac_q17IntegerRecommended17 Exhibited repetitive whole body movements1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq17_exhibited_repetitive_whole_body_movements_presence_impact
impac_q18IntegerRecommended18 Problems with communication1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq18_problems_with_communication_presence_impact
impac_q19IntegerRecommended19 Had odd approaches1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq19_had_odd_approaches_presence_impact
impac_q20IntegerRecommended20 Circumscribed interest1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq20_circumscribed_interest_presence_impact
impac_q21IntegerRecommended21 Had difficulty with affection1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq21_had_difficulty_with_affection_presence_impact
impac_q22IntegerRecommended22 Resistant to changes1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq22_resistant_to_changes_presence_impact
impac_q23IntegerRecommended23 Had difficulty with pronouns1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq23_had_difficulty_with_pronouns_presence_impact
impac_q24IntegerRecommended24 Demonstrated repetitive phrases1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq24_demonstrated_repetitive_phrases_presence_impact
impac_q25IntegerRecommended25 Exhibited echoed speech1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq25_exhibited_echoed_speech_presence_impact
impac_q26IntegerRecommended26 Problems with social interactions1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq26_problems_with_social_interactions_presence_impact
impac_q27IntegerRecommended27 Used made up or private language1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq27_used_made_up_or_private_language_presence_impact
impac_q28IntegerRecommended28 Played with same age peers1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq28_played_with_same_age_peers_absence_impact
impac_q29IntegerRecommended29 Engaged in reciprocal conversation1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq29_engaged_in_reciprocal_conversation_absence_impact
impac_q30IntegerRecommended30 Shared enjoyment1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq30_shared_enjoyment_absence_impact
impac_q31IntegerRecommended31 Played cooperatively1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq31_played_cooperatively_absence_impact
impac_q32IntegerRecommended32 Had positive response to approach1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq32_had_positive_response_to_approach_absence_impact
impac_q33IntegerRecommended33 Exhibited social smile1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq33_exhibited_social_smile_absence_impact
impac_q34IntegerRecommended34 Used gestures1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq34_used_gestures_absence_impact
impac_q35IntegerRecommended35 Comforted others1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq35_comforted_others_absence_impact
impac_q36IntegerRecommended36 Showed interest in others1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq36_showed_interest_in_others_absence_impact
impac_q37IntegerRecommended37 Used imagination1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq37_used_imagination_absence_impact
impac_q38IntegerRecommended38 Engaged in chit-chat1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq38_engaged_in_chit_chat_absence_impact
impac_q39IntegerRecommended39 Exhibited range of facial expressions1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq39_exhibited_range_of_facial_expressions_absence_impact
impac_q40IntegerRecommended40 Shared interest1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq40_shared_interest_absence_impact
impac_q41IntegerRecommended41 Made eye contact1::51= Not at all to 5 = Severelyq41_made_eye_contact_absence_impact
freq_restricted_behaviorsIntegerRecommendedFrequency - Restricted behaviors
frequency_com_languageIntegerRecommendedFrequency - Communication/Languagefrequency_communication_language
freq_social_em_reciprocityIntegerRecommendedFrequency - Social/Emotional Reciprocityfrequency_social_emotional_reciprocity
freq_odd_atypical_behaviorIntegerRecommendedFrequency - Odd/Atypical Behaviorfrequency_odd_atypical_behavior
impact_restricted_behaviorsIntegerRecommendedImpact - Restricted behaviors
impact_com_languageIntegerRecommendedImpact - Communication/Languageimpact_communication_language
impact_social_em_reciprocityIntegerRecommendedImpact - Social/Emotional Reciprocityimpact_social_emotional_reciprocity
impact_odd_atypical_behaviorIntegerRecommendedImpact - Odd Atypical Behavior
frequency_domain_totalFloatRequiredFrequeency Domain Total
impact_domain_totalFloatRequiredImpact Domain Total
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