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Balloon Analogue Risk Task

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*nimhid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectptid
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.age
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldsessiondate
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
blockcodeString10RecommendedBlock code
trialnum_1IntegerRecommended1. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_1IntegerRecommended1. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_1IntegerRecommended1. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_1IntegerRecommended1. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_1IntegerRecommended1. Pump count0::121
trialnum_2IntegerRecommended2. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_2IntegerRecommended2. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_2IntegerRecommended2. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_2IntegerRecommended2. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_2IntegerRecommended2. Pump count0::121
trialnum_3IntegerRecommended3. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_3IntegerRecommended3. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_3IntegerRecommended3. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_3IntegerRecommended3. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_3IntegerRecommended3. Pump count0::121
trialnum_4IntegerRecommended4. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_4IntegerRecommended4. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_4IntegerRecommended4. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_4IntegerRecommended4. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_4IntegerRecommended4. Pump count0::121
trialnum_5IntegerRecommended5. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_5IntegerRecommended5. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_5IntegerRecommended5. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_5IntegerRecommended5. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_5IntegerRecommended5. Pump count0::121
trialnum_6IntegerRecommended6. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_6IntegerRecommended6. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_6IntegerRecommended6. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_6IntegerRecommended6. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_6IntegerRecommended6. Pump count0::121
trialnum_7IntegerRecommended7. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_7IntegerRecommended7. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_7IntegerRecommended7. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_7IntegerRecommended7. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_7IntegerRecommended7. Pump count0::121
trialnum_8IntegerRecommended8. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_8IntegerRecommended8. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_8IntegerRecommended8. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_8IntegerRecommended8. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_8IntegerRecommended8. Pump count0::121
trialnum_9IntegerRecommended9. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_9IntegerRecommended9. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_9IntegerRecommended9. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_9IntegerRecommended9. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_9IntegerRecommended9. Pump count0::121
trialnum_10IntegerRecommended10. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_10IntegerRecommended10. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_10IntegerRecommended10. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_10IntegerRecommended10. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_10IntegerRecommended10. Pump count0::121
trialnum_11IntegerRecommended11. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_11IntegerRecommended11. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_11IntegerRecommended11. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_11IntegerRecommended11. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_11IntegerRecommended11. Pump count0::121
trialnum_12IntegerRecommended12. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_12IntegerRecommended12. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_12IntegerRecommended12. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_12IntegerRecommended12. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_12IntegerRecommended12. Pump count0::121
trialnum_13IntegerRecommended13. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_13IntegerRecommended13. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_13IntegerRecommended13. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_13IntegerRecommended13. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_13IntegerRecommended13. Pump count0::121
trialnum_14IntegerRecommended14. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_14IntegerRecommended14. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_14IntegerRecommended14. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_14IntegerRecommended14. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_14IntegerRecommended14. Pump count0::121
trialnum_15IntegerRecommended15. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_15IntegerRecommended15. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_15IntegerRecommended15. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_15IntegerRecommended15. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_15IntegerRecommended15. Pump count0::121
trialnum_16IntegerRecommended16. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_16IntegerRecommended16. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_16IntegerRecommended16. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_16IntegerRecommended16. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_16IntegerRecommended16. Pump count0::121
trialnum_17IntegerRecommended17. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_17IntegerRecommended17. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_17IntegerRecommended17. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_17IntegerRecommended17. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_17IntegerRecommended17. Pump count0::121
trialnum_18IntegerRecommended18. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_18IntegerRecommended18. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_18IntegerRecommended18. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_18IntegerRecommended18. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_18IntegerRecommended18. Pump count0::121
trialnum_19IntegerRecommended19. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_19IntegerRecommended19. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_19IntegerRecommended19. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_19IntegerRecommended19. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_19IntegerRecommended19. Pump count0::121
trialnum_20IntegerRecommended20. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_20IntegerRecommended20. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_20IntegerRecommended20. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_20IntegerRecommended20. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_20IntegerRecommended20. Pump count0::121
trialnum_21IntegerRecommended21. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_21IntegerRecommended21. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_21IntegerRecommended21. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_21IntegerRecommended21. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_21IntegerRecommended21. Pump count0::121
trialnum_22IntegerRecommended22. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_22IntegerRecommended22. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_22IntegerRecommended22. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_22IntegerRecommended22. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_22IntegerRecommended22. Pump count0::121
trialnum_23IntegerRecommended23. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_23IntegerRecommended23. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_23IntegerRecommended23. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_23IntegerRecommended23. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_23IntegerRecommended23. Pump count0::121
trialnum_24IntegerRecommended24. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_24IntegerRecommended24. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_24IntegerRecommended24. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_24IntegerRecommended24. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_24IntegerRecommended24. Pump count0::121
trialnum_25IntegerRecommended25. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_25IntegerRecommended25. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_25IntegerRecommended25. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_25IntegerRecommended25. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_25IntegerRecommended25. Pump count0::121
trialnum_26IntegerRecommended26. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_26IntegerRecommended26. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_26IntegerRecommended26. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_26IntegerRecommended26. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_26IntegerRecommended26. Pump count0::121
trialnum_27IntegerRecommended27. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_27IntegerRecommended27. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_27IntegerRecommended27. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_27IntegerRecommended27. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_27IntegerRecommended27. Pump count0::121
trialnum_28IntegerRecommended28. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_28IntegerRecommended28. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_28IntegerRecommended28. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_28IntegerRecommended28. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_28IntegerRecommended28. Pump count0::121
trialnum_29IntegerRecommended29. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_29IntegerRecommended29. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_29IntegerRecommended29. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_29IntegerRecommended29. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_29IntegerRecommended29. Pump count0::121
trialnum_30IntegerRecommended30. Trial Number1::1500
trialcode_30IntegerRecommended30. Trial Code1;21=collect;2=pop
valuesballooncount_30IntegerRecommended30. Balloon number1::30
valuesexplosionpoint_30IntegerRecommended30. Explosion point1::121
valuespumpcount_30IntegerRecommended30. Pump count0::121
adjusted_avgIntegerRecommendedAverage pump count of collectedbart_meanadjustedpumps
unadjusted_avgIntegerRecommendedAverage pump count of collected and popped
mp_sb_ntcIntegerRecommended# trials completedbart_trialcomp
bart_totaladjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedTotal adjusted pumps for all balloons for whole task. Adjusted pumps are the pumps on balloons which did not explode.
bart_sdadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedStandard deviation of adjusted pumps for whole task
bart_meanredadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean adjusted pumps for red balloons
bart_sdredadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedStandard deviation of adjusted pumps on red balloons
bart_meanblueadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean adjusted pumps for blue balloons
bart_sdblueadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedStandard deviation of adjusted pumps on blue balloons
bart_ratiomeablueadjpumpsIntegerRecommendedRatio of mean red adjusted pumps to mean blue adjusted pumps. Higher numbers indicate more similarity in pumps between the red and blue balloons (lower means the opposite)bart_ratiomeanredtoblueadjpumps
bart_quart1redadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean of the adjusted pumps of the red balloons on trials 1-10
bart_quart2redadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean of the adjusted pumps of the red balloons on trials 11-20
bart_quart3redadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean of the adjusted pumps of the red balloons on trials 21-30
bart_quart4redadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean of the adjusted pumps of the red balloons on trials 31-40.
bart_quart1blueadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean of the adjusted pumps of the blue balloons on trials 1-10
bart_quart2blueadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean of the adjusted pumps of the blue balloons on trials 11-20
bart_quart3blueadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean of the adjusted pumps of the blue balloons on trials 21-30
bart_quart4blueadjustedpumpsIntegerRecommendedMean of the adjusted pumps of the blue balloons on trials 31-40
bart_meanredafterexplIntegerRecommendedMean adjusted pumps on red balloons immediately after an explosion on the preceding trial
bart_meanblueafterexplIntegerRecommendedMean adjusted pumps on blue balloons immediately after an explosion on the preceding trial
bart_totalpointssessionIntegerRecommendedThis is the total points earned for the whole task (5 points per adjusted pump). It should equal the total number of adjusted pumps multiplied by 5.
bart_meanrtIntegerRecommendedMean reaction time on all button presses (pumps and cashouts)
bart_medianrtIntegerRecommendedMedian of the reaction time on all button presses (pumps and cashouts)
bart_sdrtIntegerRecommendedStandard deviation of the reaction time for all button presses
bart_meanrtredIntegerRecommendedMean reaction time of button presses on the red balloons
bart_meanrtblueIntegerRecommendedMean reaction time of button presses on the blue balloons
bart_redexplosionsIntegerRecommendedTotal number of explosions on red balloons
bart_blueexplosionsIntegerRecommendedTotal number of explosions on blue balloons
bart_coefvarIntegerRecommendedCoefficient of variation of adjusted pumps. This is the standard deviation of adjusted pumps divided by the mean adjusted pumps.
bart_coefvarredIntegerRecommendedCoefficient of variation of adjusted pumps on the red balloons. This is the standard deviation of red adjusted pumps divided by the mean red adjusted pumps.
bart_coefvarblueIntegerRecommendedCoefficient of variation of adjusted pumps on the blue balloons. This is the standard deviation of blue adjusted pumps divided by the mean blue adjusted pumps.
bart_cashoutwopumpIntegerRecommendedThe number of times a participant cashed out of a trial without pumping. This can be used to exclude problematic cases.
oriballoonorderIntegerRecommendedOriginal balloon order. This is the original order that each balloon was presented (1 - 40). Because blue and red balloons are presented randomly to the participant, this variable retains the original order when the trials are re-organized by color.
balloonorderString20RecommendedThis variable organizes the balloon trials by order within each color (Blue 1-20 and Red 1-20), so that the investigator can see how pumping tendencies changed for each color across trials.
counttrialsIntegerRecommendedThis is the number of adjusted pumps for each trial.
explodetrialIntegerRecommendedThis is the number of pumps for each trial. When intersected with TOTALEXPLODEATTT= 1, then this value is the number of pumps on trials where the balloon DID explode. Otherwise, it's redundant with COUNTTRIALS (which is appropriately adjusted for the last press being a cash-out).
totalexplodeattIntegerRecommendedExplosions. Indicates if a balloon exploded on a given trial.
meanwhichballoonFloatRecommendedNumeric indicator for balloon color.
pickballoonString20RecommendedAlphabetic indicator for balloon color
bart_bluepumpsIntegerRecommendedNumber of adjusted pumps for blue balloons.blue
bart_redpumpsIntegerRecommendedNumber of adjusted pumps for red balloons.red
afterexpl_blueIntegerRecommendedNumber of adjusted pumps on blue balloons after an explosion on the previous trial.
afterexpl_redIntegerRecommendedNumber of adjusted pumps on red balloons after an explosion on the previous trial.
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