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Cognitive Assessment

cogass

01

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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/projectrandid
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
studyString100RecommendedStudystudyid
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesiteid
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visitint1, interval
completedIntegerRecommendedChecks if form is completed0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=Yes, lostd_done, formcomp
subtrial_nameIntegerRecommendedName of subtrial1::31=Crossover; 2=Guanfacine; 3= Open Label MPH
cog_1aIntegerRecommendedAnalog problems attempted0::100
cog_1bIntegerRecommendedAnalog problems completed0::100
cog_201aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P1 correct0::99pg1corde
cog_201bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P1 omission0::99pg1errom
cog_201cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P1 comission0::99pg1errcm
cog_202aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P2 correct0::99pg2corde
cog_202bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P2 omission0::99pg2errom
cog_202cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P2 comission0::99pg2errcm
cog_203aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P3 correct0::99pg3corde
cog_203bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P3 omission0::99pg3errom
cog_203cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P3 comission0::99pg3errcm
cog_204aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P4 correct0::99pg4corde
cog_204bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P4 omission0::99pg4errom
cog_204cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P4 comission0::99pg4errcm
cog_205aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P5 correct0::99pg5corde
cog_205bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P5 omission0::99pg6errom
cog_205cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P5 comission0::99pg5errcm
cog_206aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P6 correct0::99pg6corde
cog_206bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P6 omission0::99pg5errom
cog_206cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P6 comission0::99pg6errcm
cog_207aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P7 correct0::99
cog_207bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P7 omission0::99
cog_207cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P7 comission0::99
cog_208aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P8 correct0::99
cog_208bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P8 omission0::99
cog_208cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P8 comission0::99
cog_209aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P9 correct0::99
cog_209bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P9 omission0::99
cog_209cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P9 comission0::99
cog_210aIntegerRecommendedCancellation P10 correct0::99
cog_210bIntegerRecommendedCancellation P10 omission0::99
cog_210cIntegerRecommendedCancellation P10 comission0::99
cog_211aIntegerRecommendedCancellation total correct0::999acorde
cog_211bIntegerRecommendedCancellation total omissions0::999aerrom
cog_211cIntegerRecommendedCancellation total comissions0::999aerrcm
daysrzIntegerRecommendeddays since randomizationstudyday, visitdt
d_sit5IntegerRecommendedSituation-Did not begin at top0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occur
d_sit6IntegerRecommendedSituation-Did not cancel left - right0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occur
d_sit7IntegerRecommendedSituation-Drew one line through0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occur
d_sit8IntegerRecommendedSituation-Unable to draw or use0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occur
alltest_sit1IntegerRecommendedSituation-Did not comprehend instr.0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occurd_sit1
alltest_sit2IntegerRecommendedSituation-Completely distracted0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occurd_sit2
alltest_sit3IntegerRecommendedSituation-Refused to comply0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occurd_sit3
alltest_sit4IntegerRecommendedSituation-Tantrum0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occurd_sit4
alltest_sit6IntegerRecommendedSituation-Other0;11=Describes test/occurred; 0=Does not describe test/didn't occurd_sit9
alltest_taskIntegerRecommendedCompleted Task1::31 = Yes; 2 = No; 3 = Uncertaind_task
alltest_versIntegerRecommendedPage Version used1::31 = Standard; 2 = Single Page 3 = Velcro Boardd_vers
alltest_qualitIntegerRecommendedQuality of test results1::31 = Usable; 2 = Partly Usable; 3 = Unusabled_qualit
b_masterIntegerRecommendedMastery of Test1;21=Yes, 2=Nod_master
b_usableIntegerRecommendedTask Usable1;21=Yes, 2=Nod_usable
ci_enrolledIntegerRecommendedParticipant enrolled0;10=No; 1=Yes
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Distribution for DataStructure: cogass01 and Element:
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