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Child Perception of Therapeutic Relationship

cptr

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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/projectpid
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.
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visittimpt
visdayIntegerRecommendedNumber of days from study baseline to date of visitdaycptr
cptr1IntegerRecommendedWould you like to spend more time with him / her (therapist) if you could?1::51 = NO, no time; 3 = some more time; 5 = yes, MUCH more time
cptr2IntegerRecommendedYou have met with him / her (therapist) for several weeks. Sometimes when you spend a lot of time with someone, you feel close to them. How close do you feel?1::51 = NOT close at all; 3 = kind of close; 5 = VERY close
cptr3IntegerRecommendedHow difficult was it for you and your family to travel here?1::51 = NOT difficult at all; 3 = a little difficult; 5 = VERY difficult
cptr4IntegerRecommendedIf you wanted to share a secret with an adult, would you share it with him / her (therapist)?1::51 = I WOULD NOT share it with him/her; 3 = I might share it with him/her; 5 = I am sure I would share it with him/her
cptr5IntegerRecommendedHow much did you like the rooms where you met with your therapist?1::51 = Didn't like the rooms at all; 3 = the rooms were okay; 5 = I liked the rooms a lot
cptr6IntegerRecommendedHow much do you like your therapist?1::51 = NOT at all; 3 = sometimes I like him/her sometimes I don't; 5 = I like him/her VERY much
cptr7IntegerRecommendedSometimes, young people don't like the way adults dress. Did you like the clothes that your therapist wore to your meetings?1::51 = Didn't like the clothes at all; 3 = the clothes were ok; 5 = I liked the clothes a lot
cptr8IntegerRecommendedDid you think it was difficult to talk with him / her (therapist)?1::51 = Was not difficult at all; 3 = sometimes it was difficult, but sometimes it was not but sometimes it was not; 5 = Was VERY difficult
cptr9IntegerRecommendedWould you invite him / her (therapist) to eat lunch with you?1::51 = I would not invite him/her:3 = I might invite him/her:5 = I am sure I would invite him/her
cptr10IntegerRecommendedIf you had a very bad day at school, would he / she (therapist) be one of the people you would want to talk to about it?1::51 = I would not talk to him/her:3 = I might talk to him/her about it:5 = I would talk to him/her for sure
cptr3revIntegerRecommendedReverse-scored(6 - CPTR3) (6 - CPTR8)cptr8rev
cptrtotIntegerRecommendedCPTR Total Scoresum(CPTR1, CPTR2, CPTR4, CPTR6, CPTR7, CPTR8REV, CPTR9, CPTR10)
cptraveFloatRecommendedCPTR Average ScoreCPTRAVE = ROUND(CPTRTOT / NUMANS, 0.001)
cptrtot_bIntegerRecommendedChild's Perception of Therapist Rating - Total Scoresum(CPTR1, CPTR2, CPTR3REV, CPTR4, CPTR5, CPTR6, CPTR7, CPTR8REV, CPTR9, CPTR10)
cptrave_bFloatRecommendedChild's Perception of Therapist Rating - Average Scoremean(CPTR1, CPTR2, CPTR3REV, CPTR4, CPTR5, CPTR6, CPTR7, CPTR8REV, CPTR9, CPTR10)
aeftherIntegerRecommendedTherapist type0::40 = IE (Independent Evaluator); 1 = PT (Pharmacotherapist); 2 = CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapist); 3 = MD (Medical Doctor); 4 = PI (Principal Investigator)
imputationIntegerRecommendedIndicator noting imputed data set number1::20
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