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Children's Communication Checklist - 2

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"Designed to assess children's communcation skills in the areas of pragmatics, syntax, morphology, semantics, and speech. For ages 4:0 to 16:11 years who speak in sentences and whose primary language is English." (quoted from the manual).

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectasd_child_id
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldccc2_interview_date, visit_date
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.ccc2_interview_age
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalechild_sex
childmeas_compbyIntegerRequiredImformant's relationship to child0::10;990 = Self/subject; 1 = Mother; 2 = Father; 3 = Parent(s) (details unknown); 4 = Other relative (describe); 5 = Other female primary caregiver (describe); 6 = Other male primary caregiver (describe); 7 = Teacher; 9 = Other professional/Therapist/etc. (describe); 9 = Other (describe); 99 = Unknown/Missingccc2_relationchild
compby_txtString50RecommendedIndividual who completed the measure: Describe (text)ccc2_relationdesc
ccc2knownyrsFloatRecommendedHow long have you known this child? (in years)ccc2_knownyrs
ccc2entirelifeString1RecommendedKnown child for child's entire life? (Y/N)Y;N;UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown/Missing
ccc2hearingIntegerRequiredDoes the subject have a permanent hearing loss? (0=No, 1=Yes)
0;1;-9; 9
0 = No; 1 = Yes; -9 = Missing value; 9=Not evaluatedccc2_hearing
ccc2sphearinString200RecommendedDetails of hearing lossccc2_hearingdetails
ccc2englishIntegerRecommendedDoes the subject speak English as a primary language?0;1;-90 = No; 1 = Yes; -9 = Missing valueccc2_english
ccc2spenglisString200RecommendedDetails of primary languageccc2_langdetails
ccc2sentenceIntegerRecommendedIs the child able to put words together in sentences? (0=No, 1=Yes)0;1;-90 = No; 1 = Yes; -9 = Missing valueccc2_sentences
ccc2spsentenString200RecommendedDetails of putting words togetherccc2_sentencesdetails
ccc2_gccsumscaleIntegerRecommendedCCC2 General Communication Composite - Sum of scaled scoresccc2_gcc_sum_ss
ccc2_gccssIntegerRecommendedCCC2 General Communication Composite - Std Scoreccc2_gcc_standard_score
ccc2_gccciloIntegerRecommendedCCC2 General Communication Composite - lower end of Conf Interval
ccc2_gcccihiIntegerRecommendedCCC2 General Communication Composite - upper end of Conf Interval
ccc2_gccciwidthIntegerRecommendedCCC2 General Communication Composite - width of Conf Interval (90 or 95)
ccc2_sidiIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Social Interaction Difference Indexccc2_sidi_score
ccc2_totraw_speechIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Speech Total Raw Scoreccc2_speech_rs
ccc2_totraw_syntaxIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Syntax Total Raw Scoreccc2_syntax_rs
ccc2_totraw_semanticsIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Semantics Total Raw Scoreccc2_semantics_rs
ccc2_totraw_coherenceIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Coherence Total Raw Scoreccc2_coherence_rs
ccc2_totraw_initiationIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Initiation Total Raw Scoreccc2_initiation_rs
ccc2_totraw_scriptlangIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Scripted Language Total Raw Scoreccc2_scripted_language_rs
ccc2_totraw_contextIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Context Total Raw Scoreccc2_context_rs
ccc2_totraw_nonverbalIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Nonverbal Communication Total Raw Scoreccc2nv_comm_rs
ccc2_totraw_socialrelIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Social Relations Total Raw Scoreccc2_social_relations_rs
ccc2_totraw_interestsIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Interests Total Raw Scoreccc2_interests_rs
ccc2_ss_speechIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Speech Scaled Scoreccc2_speech_ss
ccc2_ss_syntaxIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Syntax Scaled Scoreccc2_syntax_ss
ccc2_ss_semanticsIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Semantics Scaled Scoreccc2_semantics_ss
ccc2_ss_coherenceIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Coherence Scaled Scoreccc2_coherence_ss
ccc2_ss_initiationIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Initiation Scaled Scoreccc2_initiation_ss
ccc2_ss_scriptlangIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Scripted Language Scaled Scoreccc2_scripted_language_ss
ccc2_ss_contextIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Context Scaled Scoreccc2_context_ss
ccc2_ss_nonverbalIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Nonverbal Communication Scaled Scoreccc2nvl_communicationss
ccc2_ss_socialrelIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Social Relations Scaled Scoreccc2_social_relations_ss
ccc2_ss_interestsIntegerRecommendedCCC2 Interests Scaled Scoreccc2_interests_ss
ccc2_pct_speechFloatRecommendedCCC2 Speech Percentile Rankccc2_speech_percentile
ccc2_pct_syntaxFloatRecommendedCCC2 Syntax Percentile Rankccc2_syntax_percentile
ccc2_pct_semanticsFloatRecommendedCCC2 Semantics Percentile Rankccc2_semantics_percentile
ccc2_pct_coherenceFloatRecommendedCCC2 Coherence Percentile Rankccc2_coherence_percentile
ccc2_pct_initiationFloatRecommendedCCC2 Initiation Percentile Rankccc2_initiation_percentile
ccc2_pct_scriptlangFloatRecommendedCCC2 Scripted Language Percentile Rankccc2_scrip_lang_percentile
ccc2_pct_contextFloatRecommendedCCC2 Context Percentile Rankccc2_context_percentile
ccc2_pct_nonverbalFloatRecommendedCCC2 Nonverbal Communication Percentile Rankccc2nv_comm_percentile
ccc2_pct_socialrelFloatRecommendedCCC2 Social Relations Percentile Rankccc2_social_rel_percentile
ccc2_pct_interestsFloatRecommendedCCC2 Interests Percentile Rankccc2_interests_percentile
ccc2itm01IntegerRequired1. Gets mixed up between he and she0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm02IntegerRequired2. Simplifies words by leaving out some sounds0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm03IntegerRequired3. Appears anxious in the company of other children0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm04IntegerRequired4. Makes false starts, seems to search for words0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm05IntegerRequired5. Talks repetitively about things no one is interested in0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm06IntegerRecommended6. Forgets words he knows0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm07IntegerRequired7. With familiar adults, seems inattentive0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm08IntegerRequired8. Looks blank where most show a facial expression0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm09IntegerRequired9. Chooses the same favorite activity0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm10IntegerRequired10. Uses terms like he or it without clear antecedent0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm11IntegerRequired11. Seems to be repeating something she heard0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm12IntegerRequired12. Mixes up words of similar meaning0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm13IntegerRequired13. Is babied, teased, or bullied by other children0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm14IntegerRequired14. Does not look at the person he is talking to0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm15IntegerRequired15. Misses the point of jokes and puns0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm16IntegerRequired16. Is left out of activities by other children0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm17IntegerRequired17. Gets mixed up between he/him or she/her0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm18IntegerRequired18. Uses favorite phrases in inappropriate contexts0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm19IntegerRequired19. Gets confused when a word is used differently0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm20IntegerRequired20. Stands too close to other people when talking0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm21IntegerRequired21. Starts conversations with strangers0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm22IntegerRequired22. Talks about lists of things she has memorized0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm23IntegerRequired23. Pronounces words in an over-precise manner0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm24IntegerRequired24. Pronounces words in a babyish way0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm25IntegerRequired25. Difficult to tell if he is talking about reality0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm26IntegerRequired26. Moves the conversation to a favorite topic0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm27IntegerRequired27. Utterances sound babyish because they are short0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm28IntegerRequired28. Ability to communicate varies with situation0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm29IntegerRequired29. Leaves off beginnings or endings of words0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm30IntegerRequired30. Repeats what others have just said0::4;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value; 4=Present
ccc2itm31IntegerRequired31. Ignores conversational overtures from others0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm32IntegerRequired32. Mixes up words that sound similar0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm33IntegerRequired33. Hurts or upsets other children unintentionally0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm34IntegerRequired34. Takes in just 1-2 words in a sentence0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm35IntegerRequired35. It is difficult to stop her from talking0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm36IntegerRequired36. Leaves off past tense -ed endings on words0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm37IntegerRequired37. Tells people things they know already0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm38IntegerRequired38. Makes mistakes in pronouncing long words0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm39IntegerRequired39. Does not recognize when other people are upset0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm40IntegerRequired40. Confuses the sequence of events0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm41IntegerRequired41. Is too literal0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm42IntegerRequired42. Provides over-precise information in his talk0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm43IntegerRequired43. Leaves out Is0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm44IntegerRequired44. Mispronounces TH for S or W for R0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm45IntegerRequired45. Asks a question even though she has the answer0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm46IntegerRequired46. Is vague in choice of words0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm47IntegerRequired47. Shows interest where most would find unusual0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm48IntegerRequired48. Does not explain context0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm49IntegerRequired49. Surprises people by using unusual words0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm50IntegerRequired50. It is hard to make sense of what he is saying0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm51IntegerRequired51. Speaks clearly so as to be understood0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm52IntegerRequired52. Positive when an unfamiliar activity is suggested0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm53IntegerRequired53. Talks clearly about plans for the future0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm54IntegerRequired54. Appreciates the humor expressed by irony0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm55IntegerRequired55. Produces long and complicated sentences0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm56IntegerRequired56. Makes good use of gestures to communicate0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm57IntegerRequired57. Shows concern when other people are upset0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm58IntegerRequired58. Speaks fluently and clearly without hesitation0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm59IntegerRequired59. Keeps quiet when someone else is talking0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm60IntegerRequired60. Realizes the need to be polite0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm61IntegerRequired61. Provides enough information, not over-precise0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm62IntegerRequired62. Can have an enjoyable, interesting conversation0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm63IntegerRequired63. Shows flexibility with unexpected situations0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm64IntegerRequired64. Uses abstract words for concepts0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm65IntegerRequired65. Smiles appropriately when talking to people0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm66IntegerRequired66. Uses words for whole classes of objects0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm67IntegerRequired67. Talks about her friends, shows interest in them0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm68IntegerRequired68. Explains a past event clearly0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm69IntegerRequired69. Produces sentences containing Because0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
ccc2itm70IntegerRequired70. Talks to others about their interests0;1;2;3;-90 = Less than once a week (or never); 1 = At least once a week, but not everyday (or occasionally); 2 = Once or twice a day (or frequently); 3 = Several times (more than twice) a day (or always); -9 = Missing value
Data Structure

This page displays the data structure defined for the measure identified in the title and structure short name. The table below displays a list of data elements in this structure (also called variables) and the following information:

  • Element Name: This is the standard element name
  • Data Type: Which type of data this element is, e.g. String, Float, File location.
  • Size: If applicable, the character limit of this element
  • Required: This column displays whether the element is Required for valid submissions, Recommended for valid submissions, Conditional on other elements, or Optional
  • Description: A basic description
  • Value Range: Which values can appear validly in this element (case sensitive for strings)
  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
  • Aliases: A list of currently supported Aliases (alternate element names)
  • For valid elements with shared data, on the far left is a Filter button you can use to view a summary of shared data for that element and apply a query filter to your Cart based on selected value ranges

At the top of this page you can also:

  • Use the search bar to filter the elements displayed. This will not filter on the Size of Required columns
  • Download a copy of this definition in CSV format
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Distribution for DataStructure: ccc201 and Element:
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Filters for multiple data elements within a structure are supported. Selections across multiple data structures will be supported in a future version of NDA.