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Battelle Developmental Inventory

battelle_dev_inventory

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This data structure contains the Battelle Developmental Inventory as defined by Dr. Sally Rogers' group at UC, Davis

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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 fieldAddate
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.ADagemos
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = FemaleSEX
bapi1IntegerRecommendedPI1. Score- Shows awareness of the presence of other children0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi1pString30RecommendedPI1. Procedure- Shows awareness of the presence of other childrenstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi2IntegerRecommendedPI2. Score- Enjoys playing with other children0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi2pString30RecommendedPI2. Procedure- Enjoys playing with other childrenstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi3IntegerRecommendedPI3. Score- Plays independently in the company of peers0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi3pString30RecommendedPI3. Procedure- Plays independently in the company of peersstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi4IntegerRecommendedPI4. Score- Initiates social contact with peers in play0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi4pString30RecommendedPI4. Procedure- Initiates social contact with peers in playstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi5IntegerRecommendedPI5. Score- Imitates the play activities of other children0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi5pString30RecommendedPI5. Procedure- Imitates the play activities of other childrenstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi6IntegerRecommendedPI6. Score- responds differently to familiar and unfamiliar children0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi6pString30RecommendedPI6. Procedure- responds differently to familiar and unfamiliar childrenstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi7IntegerRecommendedPI7. Score- plays with a peer, using the same materials, without disturbing the other child's play0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi7pString30RecommendedPI7. Procedure- plays with a peer, using the same materials, without disturbing the other child's plstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi8IntegerRecommendedPI8. Score- expresses affection and liking for a peer0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi8pString30RecommendedPI8. Procedure- expresses affection and liking for a peerstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi9IntegerRecommendedPI9. Score- Shows sympathy or concern for others0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi9pString30RecommendedPI9. Procedure- Shows sympathy or concern for othersstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi10IntegerRecommendedPI10. Score- Interacts appropriately with peers in nonplay group activities0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi10pString30RecommendedPI10. Procedure- Interacts appropriately with peers in nonplay group activitiesstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi11IntegerRecommendedPI11. Score- Shares properly with others0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi11pString30RecommendedPI11. Procedure- Shares properly with othersstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi12IntegerRecommendedPI12. Score- Plays cooperatively with peers0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi12pString30RecommendedPI12. Procedure- Plays cooperatively with peersstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi13IntegerRecommendedPI13. Score- Initiates social contacts and interactions with peers0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi13pString30RecommendedPI13. Procedure- Initiates social contacts and interactions with peersstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi14IntegerRecommendedPI14. Score- Has special friends0 = Incorrect or no response; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi14pString30RecommendedPI14. Procedure- Has special friendsstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi15IntegerRecommendedPI15. Score- Willingly takes turns and shares0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi15pString30RecommendedPI15. Procedure- Willingly takes turns and sharesstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi16IntegerRecommendedPI16. Score- Cooperates in group activities0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi16pString30RecommendedPI16. Procedure- Cooperates in group activitiesstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi17IntegerRecommendedPI17. Score- Willingly participates in new or unexpected activities or tasks0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi17pString30RecommendedPI17. Procedure- Willingly participates in new or unexpected activities or tasksstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi18IntegerRecommendedPI18. Score- Uses peers as resources0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi18pString30RecommendedPI18. Procedure- Uses peers as resourcesstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi19IntegerRecommendedPI19. Score- Exchanges ideas with other children and goes along with other children's ideas0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi19pString30RecommendedPI19. Procedure- Exchanges ideas with other children and goes along with other children's ideasstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi20IntegerRecommendedPI20. Score- Participates in competitive play activities0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi20pString30RecommendedPI20. Procedure- Participates in competitive play activitiesstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi21IntegerRecommendedPI21. Score- Resolves a conflict with a peer without using aggression or violence0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi21pString30RecommendedPI21. Procedure- Resolves a conflict with a peer without using aggression or violencestructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi22IntegerRecommendedPI22. Score- Assumes a leadership role in peer relationships0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi22pString30RecommendedPI22. Procedure- Assumes a leadership role in peer relationshipsstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi23IntegerRecommendedPI23. Score- Initiates prosocial interactions0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi23pString30RecommendedPI23. Procedure- Initiates prosocial interactionsstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi24IntegerRecommendedPI24. Score- Recognizes the basic similarities of all children0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi24pString30RecommendedPI24. Procedure- Recognizes the basic similarities of all childrenstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapi25IntegerRecommendedPI25. Score- Recognizes and accepts diversity among other children0 = Incorrect or no response; 1 = Attempts, but does not meet all criteria; 2 = Meets criteria
bapi25pString30RecommendedPI25. Procedure- Recognizes and accepts diversity among other childrenstructured administration; observation; interviews
bapisIntegerRequireda total score
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