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CELF Preschool

celf_p

01

Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals - Preschool, First Edition (CELF Preschool) (1992)

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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
commentsString4,000RecommendedComments about assessment
celf_rls_sum_ssIntegerRecommendedCELF Receptive Language. Sum of 3 Standard ScoresRecLangSumSS
celf_rls_stdIntegerRecommendedCELF Receptive Language. Standard Score0::150RecLangScore
celf_rls_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedCELF Receptive Language. Points - or +
celf_rls_ci_rangeString20RecommendedCELF Receptive Language. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celf_rls_prString20RecommendedCELF Receptive Language. Percentile RankValue must be between <0.1 and >99.9RecLangPercent
celf_rls_pr_ci_rangeString20RecommendedCELF Receptive Language. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celf_els_sum_ssIntegerRecommendedCELF Expressive Language. Sum of 3 Standard ScoresExpLangSumSS
celf_els_stdIntegerRecommendedCELF Expressive Language. Standard Score0::154ExpLangScore
celf_els_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedCELF Expressive Language. Points - or +
celf_els_ci_rangeString20RecommendedCELF Expressive Language. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celf_els_prString20RecommendedCELF Expressive Language. Percentile RankValue must be between <0.1 and >99.9ExpLangPercent
celf_els_pr_ci_rangeString20RecommendedCELF Expressive Language. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celf_tls_sum_rl_el_ssIntegerRecommendedCELF Total Language. Sum of RL and EL Standard ScoresRecExpSumSS
celf_tls_stdIntegerRecommendedCELF Total Language. Standard Score0::254TotalLangScore
celf_tls_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedCELF Total Language. Points - or +
celf_tls_ci_rangeString20RecommendedCELF Total Language. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celf_tls_prString20RecommendedCELF Total Language. Percentile RankValue must be between <0.1 and >99.9TotalLangPercent
celf_tls_pr_ci_rangeString20RecommendedCELF Total Language. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celf_tols_sum_6rawIntegerRecommendedCELF Total Language. Sum of 6 Subtest Raw ScoresSum6Raw
celf_aeIntegerRecommendedCELF Age EquivalentAgeEquiv
celf_ae_ciString20RecommendedCELF Age Equivalent. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celf_ss_meanIntegerRecommendedCELF Mean of 6 Subtest Standard Scores
celfp_lc_1String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 1. Point to one of the bears0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_2String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 2. Point to the elephant first, and then point to the giraffe0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_3String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 3. Point to either the dog or the bird0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_4String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 4. Point to a dog, but not the one that is eating0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_5String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 5. Point to a fish or a cat0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_6String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 6. When I point to a tiger, you point to a giraffe0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_7String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 7. Point to the cat and then to the bird0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_8String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 8. Point to the elephant next to the giraffe0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_9String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 9. Point to the bear next to the giraffe0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_10String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 10. Point to the first elephant in the line0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_11String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 11. After I point to a monkey, you point to an elephant and a giraffe0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_12String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 12. Point to the turtle before you point to a fish0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_13String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 13. Point to the animal in the middle0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_14String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 14. Point to the monkey before you point to the turtle and the cat0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_15String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 15. Point to all the animals except the bird0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_16String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 16. Point to the last bird in line0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_17String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 17. Point to either one of the monkeys and all of the tigers0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_18String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 18. Point to some of the tigers0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_19String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 19. Before you point to the bear, point to a tiger0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_20String10RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. 20. Point to the giraffee after you point to an elephant and a monkey0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_lc_rawIntegerRecommendedLinguistic Concepts. Raw Score0::20LCRaw
celfp_lc_ssIntegerRecommendedLinguistic Concepts. Standard ScoreLCSS
celfp_lc_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedLinguistic Concepts. Points - or +
celfp_lc_ciString20RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_lc_prString20RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. Percentile RankValue must be between <0.1 and >99.9LCPercent
celfp_lc_pr_ciString20RecommendedLinguistic Concepts. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_rsic_1String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 10; 1; 2; NR0 = 2+ errors; 1 = 1 error; 2 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_2String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 20; 1; 2; NR0 = 2+ errors; 1 = 1 error; 2 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_3String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 30; 1; 2; NR0 = 2+ errors; 1 = 1 error; 2 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_4String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 40; 1; 2; NR0 = 2+ errors; 1 = 1 error; 2 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_5String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 50; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_6String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 60; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_7String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 70; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_8String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 80; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_9String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 90; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_10String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 100; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_11String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 110; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_12String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 120; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_13String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 130; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_14String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 140; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_15String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 150; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_16String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 160; 1; 2; 3; NR0 = 3+ erros; 1 = 2 errors; 2 = 1 error; 3 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_17String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 170; 1; 2; 3; 4; NR0 = 5+ errors; 1 = 4 errors; 2 = 2-3 errors; 3 = 1 error; 4 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_18String10RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Item 180; 1; 2; 3; 4; NR0 = 5+ errors; 1 = 4 errors; 2 = 2-3 errors; 3 = 1 error; 4 = Exact repetition; NR = No response
celfp_rsic_rawIntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Raw Score0::52RSRaw
celfp_rsic_ssIntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Standard ScoreRSSS
celfp_rsic_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Points - or +
celfp_rsic_ciString20RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_rsic_prString20RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Percentile RankValue must be between <0.1 and >99.9RSPercent
celfp_rsic_pr_ciString20RecommendedRecalling Sentences in Context. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_fl_1String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 1. riding0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_2String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 2. buttons0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_3String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 3. pouring0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_4String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 4. pushing0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_5String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 5. flag0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_6String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 6. sock0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_7String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 7. alligator0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_8String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 8. piano0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_9String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 9. cutting0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_10String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 10. web0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_11String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 11. bridge0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_12String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 12. wrapping0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_13String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 13. sewing0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_14String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 14. arrow0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_15String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 15. parade0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_16String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 16. octopus0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_17String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 17. turkey0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_18String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 18. map0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_19String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 19. globe0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_20String10RecommendedFormulating Labels. 20. thermometer0; 1; 2; NRNR = No response
celfp_fl_rawIntegerRecommendedFormulating Labels. Raw Score0::40FLRaw
celfp_fl_ssIntegerRecommendedFormulating Labels. Standard ScoreFLSS
celfp_fl_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedFormulating Labels. Points - or +
celfp_fl_ciString20RecommendedFormulating Labels. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_fl_prString20RecommendedFormulating Labels. Percentile RankValue must be between <0.1 and >99.9FLPercent
celfp_fl_pr_ciString20RecommendedFormulating Labels. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_bc_1String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 1. the one that is inside0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_2String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 2. the one who is pointing up0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_3String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 3. the one that is empty0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_4String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 4. the one who is first0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_5String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 5. the one that is cold0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_6String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 6. the one who is tall0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_7String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 7. the one that is long0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_8String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 8. the one that shows many0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_9String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 9. the one that is full0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_10String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 10. the one who is alone0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_11String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 11. the one that is slow0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_12String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 12. the one who is dry0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_13String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 13. the one that is hard0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_14String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 14. the ones that are the same0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_15String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 15. the one who is at the bottom0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_16String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 16. the one that is large0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_17String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 17. the ones that are different0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_bc_18String10RecommendedBasic Concepts. 18. the one that is last0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp2_bc_rawIntegerRecommendedBasic Concepts. Raw Score0 :: 18; 999999 = Not availableBCRaw
celfp_bc_ssIntegerRecommendedBasic Concepts. Standard ScoreBCSS
celfp_bc_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedBasic Concepts. Points - or +
celfp_bc_ciString20RecommendedBasic Concepts. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp2_bc_percent_rkString20RecommendedBasic Concepts. Percentile RankBCPercent
celfp_bc_pr_ciString20RecommendedBasic Concepts. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_ss_1String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 1. The boy is sleepy0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_2String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 2. The bear is in the wagon0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_3String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 3. The mouse is under the chair0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_4String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 4. It's all gone0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_5String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 5. The girl is swimming0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_6String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 6. The man opened the door0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_7String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 7. The boy is crying because his airplane is broken0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_8String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 8. The girl took some flowers to her mother0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_9String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 9. She is climbing and he is swinging0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_10String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 10. The man who is sitting under the tree is wearing a hat0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_11String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 11. Where does the boy play baseball0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_12String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 12. The woman caught a big fish0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_13String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 13. The spotted puppy is in the box0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_14String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 14. The girl is not painting0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_15String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 15. Don't touch0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_16String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 16. He will eat the apple0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_17String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 17. He is ready to go to bed0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_18String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 18. She can get the book0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_19String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 19. The boy was followed by his cat0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_20String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 20. The girl is being pushed by the boy0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_21String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 21. Mom showed the dog the cat0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ss_22String10RecommendedSentence Structure. 22. The boy saw a girl who was carrying a hammer0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp2_sents_rawIntegerRecommendedSentence Structure. Raw Score0 :: 22; 999999 = Not availableSSRaw
celfp_ss_ssIntegerRecommendedSentence Structure. Standard ScoreSSSS
celfp_ss_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedSentence Structure. Points - or +
celfp_ss_ciString20RecommendedSentence Structure. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp2_sents_percent_rkString20RecommendedSentence Structure. Percentile RankSSPercent
celfp_ss_pr_ciString20RecommendedSentence Structure. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_ws_1String10RecommendedWord Structure. 1. in/inside the box0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_2String10RecommendedWord Structure. 2. sleeping0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_3String10RecommendedWord Structure. 3. bugs0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_4String10RecommendedWord Structure. 4. on the chair0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_5String10RecommendedWord Structure. 5. hers0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_6String10RecommendedWord Structure. 6. her0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_7String10RecommendedWord Structure. 7. her bike0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_8String10RecommendedWord Structure. 8. girl's shoe0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_9String10RecommendedWord Structure. 9. him0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_10String10RecommendedWord Structure. 10. it is/it's red0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_11String10RecommendedWord Structure. 11. sleeps0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_12String10RecommendedWord Structure. 12. He is standing0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_13String10RecommendedWord Structure. 13. is0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_14String10RecommendedWord Structure. 14. herself0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_15String10RecommendedWord Structure. 15. girl is walking0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_16String10RecommendedWord Structure. 16. baked the cake0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_17String10RecommendedWord Structure. 17. threw the ball0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_18String10RecommendedWord Structure. 18. them0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_19String10RecommendedWord Structure. 19. will paint0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp_ws_20String10RecommendedWord Structure. 20. rode0; 1; NR0 = Incorrect; 1 = Correct; NR = No response
celfp2_ws_rawIntegerRecommendedWord Structure. Raw Score0 :: 24; 999999 = Not availableWSRaw
celfp_ws_ssIntegerRecommendedWord Structure. Standard ScoreWSSS
celfp_ws_points_minus_plusIntegerRecommendedWord Structure. Points - or +
celfp_ws_ciString20RecommendedWord Structure. Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp2_ws_percent_rkString20RecommendedWord Structure. Percentile RankWSPercent
celfp_ws_pr_ciString20RecommendedWord Structure. Percentile Rank Confidence Interval Range??? to ??? (Example: 099 to 110)
celfp_boc_activitylevelString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Physical Activity Level. The child's activity level throughout the test was generallyappropriate; too active; not active enough
celfp_boc_figetyString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Physical Activity Level. Overall, the child was fidgety/restlessnever; some of the time; most of the timecelfp_boc_fidgety
celfp_boc_maintainattentionString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Attention to Task. The child maintained attentionthroughout testing; most of the time; some of the time; never
celfp_boc_attentionlastedString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Attention to Task. The child's attention to task generally lastedmore than 10 min; 5 to 10 min; 3 to 5 min; less than 3 min
celfp_boc_offtaskString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Attention to Task. The child engaged in off-task behaviorsnever; occasionally; often
celfp_boc_responsetimeString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Response Latency. Responses were generally given in10 to 15 seconds; 15 to 30 seconds; more than 30 seconds
celfp_boc_responserateString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Response Latency. Response rate was generallyappropriate; too rapid; too slow
celfp_boc_fatigueString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Fatigue/Boredom/Frustration. The child evidenced fatigue, boredom, and/or frustration during the testnever; rarely; often
celfp_boc_fatigueevidentString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Fatigue/Boredom/Frustration. Fatigue, boredom and/or frustration became evidentnever; after 15 min; after 10 min; after 5 min
celfp_boc_participationString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Level of Interaction. The childparticipated willingly; participated under duress; refused to cooperate
celfp_boc_conversationString50RecommendedBehavioral Observation Checklist. Level of Interaction. The child engaged in test-appropriate conversationmost of the time; sometimes; very little
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