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Clock Test (1997)

clock_test

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The Clock Test (1997) is a two dimensional mental rotation test as defined by Dr. Bradley Peterson's group at Columbia University

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
clocktest_partIntegerRecommended2D Rotation Task - Clock Test Part # (Child or Adult)1;21 = Child; 2 = Adult
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.
clocktest_item1String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 1A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item2String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 2A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item3String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 3A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item4String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 4A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item5String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 5A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item6String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 6A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item7String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 7A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item8String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 8A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item9String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 9A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item10String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 10A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item11String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 11A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item12String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 12A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item13String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 13A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item14String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 14A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item15String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 15A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item16String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 16A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item17String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 17A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item18String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 18A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item19String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 19A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item20String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 20A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item21String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 21A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item22String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 22A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item23String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 23A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_item24String1RecommendedClock Test - Item 24A;B;C;DAnswer choice selected by the subject/participant
clocktest_number_completedIntegerRequiredClock Test - Total Number of Items Completed0 :: 24
clocktest_number_correctIntegerRequiredClock Test - Number of Correct Items0 :: 24
clocktest_number_incorrectIntegerRequiredClock Test - Number of Incorrect Items0 :: 24
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
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
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