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CPEA STAART PLS_4

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PLS 4 as defined by the CPEA STAART Project

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldpls_date_std, q39_date
cycleIntegerRecommendedTimepoint information-1 = Screener; 0 = Baseline; 97 = Taper; 98 = Withdrawal; 99 = Interim contact
patidString20Recommendedsrc_Subject_idA Participant ID provided by DM-STAT must be present to process form
networkString20RecommendedNetworkCPEA or STAART Network
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
studyString100RecommendedStudy
pls_ac11_aeIntegerRecommendedPLS: Auditory Comprehension 6-11 Months - Anticipates an event or signal0 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ac11_flIntegerRecommendedPLS: Auditory Comprehension 6-11 Months Follows line of regard0 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ac11_handIntegerRecommendedUnderstands what you want when you extend your hands & say 'come with me'0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_14
pls_ac11_lookIntegerRecommendedLooks at objects or people the caregiver calls attention to0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_13
pls_ac11_noIntegerRecommendedResponds to 'no-no'0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_15
pls_ac11_othnoIntegerRecommendedUnderstands a specific word or phrase (other than 'no')0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_16
pls_ac11_uwIntegerRecommendedPLS: Auditory Comprehension 6-11 Months - Understands a specific word or phrase0 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ac17_cuesIntegerRecommendedFollows routine, familiar directions with cues0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_18
pls_ac17_famIntegerRecommendedIdentifies familiar objects from a group of objects0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_20
pls_ac17_maIntegerRecommendedPLS: Auditory Comprehension 12-17 Months- Maintains attention for two minutes0 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ac17_mobjIntegerRecommendedUses more than one object in play0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_17
pls_ac17_objIntegerRecommendedDemonstrates appropriate use of objects in play0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_19
pls_ac2_enjoyIntegerRecommendedEnjoys caregiver's attention0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_2
pls_ac2_glaIntegerRecommendedGlances momentarily at a person who talks to him or her0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_1
pls_ac2_looksIntegerRecommendedLooks intently at a speaker0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_4
pls_ac2_reactIntegerRecommendedReacts to sounds other than voices in the environment0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_3
pls_ac23_partsIntegerRecommendedIdentifies body parts on self, caregiver, or teddy bear0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_23
pls_ac23_photoIntegerRecommendedIdentifies photographs of familiar objects0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_21
pls_ac23_verbsIntegerRecommendedUnderstands verbs in context0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_24
pls_ac23_wordIntegerRecommendedUnderstands inhibitory words0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_22
pls_ac29_actIntegerRecommendedRecognizes action in pictures0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_27
pls_ac29_clothIntegerRecommendedIdentifies clothing items on self or caregiver0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_25
pls_ac29_sevIntegerRecommendedUnderstands several pronouns0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_28
pls_ac29_spatIntegerRecommendedUnderstands spatial concepts0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_44
pls_ac35_2stepIntegerRecommendedFollows two-step, related commands without cues0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_32
pls_ac35_descrIntegerRecommendedUnderstands simple descriptive concepts0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_31
pls_ac35_objIntegerRecommendedUnderstands use of objects0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_29
pls_ac35_partIntegerRecommendedUnderstands part/whole relationships0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_30
pls_ac41_conceIntegerRecommendedUnderstands quantity concepts0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_33
pls_ac41_negIntegerRecommendedUnderstands negatives in sentences0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_35
pls_ac41_pronIntegerRecommendedUnderstands pronouns0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_34
pls_ac47_categIntegerRecommendedIdentifies categories of objects in pictures0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_38
pls_ac47_colorIntegerRecommendedIdentifies colors0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_36
pls_ac47_inferIntegerRecommendedMakes inferences0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_37
pls_ac47_moreIntegerRecommendedUnderstands 'more' and 'most'0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_40
pls_ac47_panaIntegerRecommendedUnderstanding picture analogies0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_39
pls_ac5_headIntegerRecommendedTurns head to locate the source of sound0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_5
pls_ac5_mouthIntegerRecommendedMouths objects0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_8
pls_ac5_searcIntegerRecommendedActively searches to find a person who is talking0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_6
pls_ac5_soundIntegerRecommendedDiscriminates one sound from another0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_7
pls_ac53_expIntegerRecommendedUnderstands expanded sentences0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_41
pls_ac53_shapeIntegerRecommendedUnderstands qualitative concepts (shapes)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_43
pls_ac53_spatIntegerRecommendedUnderstands spatial concepts0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_26
pls_ac53_tallIntegerRecommendedUnderstands qualitative concepts (tall, long, short)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_42
pls_ac59_erIntegerRecommendedUnderstands -er ending as 'one who'0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_45
pls_ac59_expIntegerRecommendedUnderstands expanded sentences0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_47
pls_ac59_nounIntegerRecommendedUnderstands noun + two modifying adjectives0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_48
pls_ac59_qualIntegerRecommendedUnderstands qualitative concepts0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_49
pls_ac59_timeIntegerRecommendedUnderstands time concepts (night, day)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_46
pls_ac65_belIntegerRecommendedIdentifies an object that doesn't belong0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_50
pls_ac65_bodyIntegerRecommendedIndicates body parts on self0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_52
pls_ac65_passIntegerRecommendedUnderstands passive voice sentences0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_53
pls_ac65_quanIntegerRecommendedUnderstands quantity concepts 'three' and 'five'0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_51
pls_ac71_picIntegerRecommendedOrders pictures from largest to smallest0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_54
pls_ac71_quanIntegerRecommendedUnderstands quantity concepts (half, whole)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_55
pls_ac71_timeIntegerRecommendedUnderstands time/sequence concepts (first, last)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_56
pls_ac77_initIntegerRecommendedIdentifies initial sounds0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_57
pls_ac77_quanIntegerRecommendedUnderstands quantitative concepts (each)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_58
pls_ac77_rhyIntegerRecommendedUnderstands rhyming sounds0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_59
pls_ac8_activIntegerRecommendedActively searches for source of sound when the source is not visible0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_12
pls_ac8_anticIntegerRecommendedAnticipates what will happen next0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_11
pls_ac8_interIntegerRecommendedInterrupts activity when you call his or her name0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_10
pls_ac8_shakeIntegerRecommendedShakes and bangs objects in play0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_9
pls_ac83_addIntegerRecommendedAdds and subtracts numbers to five0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_60
pls_ac83_gramIntegerRecommendedMakes grammaticality judgments0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_62
pls_ac83_timeIntegerRecommendedUnderstands time concepts (seasons)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ac_61
pls_dateIntegerRecommendedPLS Date
pls_ec11_cnIntegerRecommendedPLS: Expressive Communication 6-11 Months - Communicates nonverbally, using gestures or pushing and pulling behaviors0 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ec11_attIntegerRecommendedSeeks attention from others0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_11
pls_ec11_p4cIntegerRecommendedPLS: Expressive Communication 6-11 Months - Produces at least four different consonant-like sounds0 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ec11_gesIntegerRecommendedCommunicates nonverbally, using gestures or pushing and pulling behaviors0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_13
pls_ec17_hvIntegerRecommendedPLS: Expressive Communication 12-17 Months - Has a vocabulary of at least one word0 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ec11_simIntegerRecommendedPlays simple games0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_12
pls_ec17_consIntegerRecommendedProduces a variety of consonant sounds0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_20
pls_ec17_gameIntegerRecommendedInitiates a turn-taking game or social routine0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_18
pls_ms_dntIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Did not talk spontaneously
pls_ec17_playIntegerRecommendedParticipates in a play routine with another person for 1 to 2 minutes0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_15
pls_ec17_sylIntegerRecommendedBabbles two syllables together ('mama', 'bada')0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_16
pls_ec17_toyIntegerRecommendedExtends toy or points to object to show others0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_19
pls_ec17_vocIntegerRecommendedAble to vocalize without accompanying arm and leg movements0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_14
pls_ec17_wordIntegerRecommendedHas vocabulary of at least one word0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_17
pls_ec23_510wIntegerRecommendedUses five to ten words0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_22
pls_ec23_comIntegerRecommendedProduces different types of consonant-vowel combinations0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_24
pls_ec23_imitIntegerRecommendedImitates words0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_21
pls_ec23_reqIntegerRecommendedUses vocalizations and gestures to request toys or food0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_23
pls_ec23_sylIntegerRecommendedBabbles short syllable strings with inflection similar to adult speech0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_25
pls_ec29_comIntegerRecommendedUses different word combinations0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_30
pls_ec29_phoIntegerRecommendedNames objects in photographs0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_26
pls_ec29_praIntegerRecommendedUses words for a variety of pragmatic functions0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_29
pls_ec29_queIntegerRecommendedAsks questions0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_28
pls_ec29_worIntegerRecommendedUses words more often than gestures to communicate0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_27
pls_ec35_34worIntegerRecommendedCombines three or four words in spontaneous speech0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_32
pls_ec35_ingIntegerRecommendedUses verb + '-ing'0; 10 = No; 1 = Yesq39_ec_34
pls_ec35_pluIntegerRecommendedUses plurals0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_31
pls_ec35_uttIntegerRecommendedUses a variety of nouns, verbs, modifiers, and pronouns in spontaneous utterances0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_35
pls_ec35_whatIntegerRecommendedAnswers 'what' and 'where' questions0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_33
pls_ec41_45worIntegerRecommendedProduces basic four- to five-word sentences0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_36
pls_ec41_namIntegerRecommendedNames a variety of pictured objects0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_37
pls_ec41_posIntegerRecommendedUses possessives0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_40
pls_ec41_quanIntegerRecommendedUses quantity concepts0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_39
pls_ec41_useIntegerRecommendedTells how an object is used0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_38
pls_ec47_anaIntegerRecommendedCompletes analogies0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_43
pls_ec47_hypIntegerRecommendedAnswers questions about hypothetical events0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_44
pls_ec47_logIntegerRecommendedAnswers questions logically0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_41
pls_ec47_staIntegerRecommendedUses words that describe physical state0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_42
pls_ec5_criIntegerRecommendedVaries pitch, length, or volume of cries0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_4
pls_ec5_pleIntegerRecommendedVocalizes pleasure and displeasure sounds0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_5
pls_ec5_softIntegerRecommendedVocalizes soft, throaty sounds0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_2
pls_ec5_speIntegerRecommendedResponds to speaker by smiling0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_3
pls_ec5_sucIntegerRecommendedHas a suck/swallow reflex0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_1
pls_ec5_vocIntegerRecommendedVocalizes when talked to, moving arms and legs during vocalizations0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_6
pls_ec53_anaIntegerRecommendedCompletes analogies0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_46
pls_ec53_objIntegerRecommendedNames objects when the object is described0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_47
pls_ec53_wheIntegerRecommendedResponds to 'where' questions0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_45
pls_ec59_adjIntegerRecommendedUses adjectives to describe objects0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_52
pls_ec59_catIntegerRecommendedNames categories0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_49
pls_ec59_erIntegerRecommendedUses '-er' endings to indicate 'one who'0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_53
pls_ec59_pastIntegerRecommendedUses past tense forms0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_54
pls_ec59_qualIntegerRecommendedUses qualitative concepts 'short' and 'long'0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_51
pls_ec59_repIntegerRecommendedRepeats sentences0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_50
pls_ec59_whyIntegerRecommendedResponds to 'why' questions by giving a reason0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_48
pls_ec65_itemIntegerRecommendedNames the items that fit into categories0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_57
pls_ec65_simIntegerRecommendedDescribes similarities0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_56
pls_ec65_stiIntegerRecommendedFormulates meaningful, grammatically correct questions in response to picture stimuli0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_55
pls_ec71_absIntegerRecommendedRepairs semantic absurdities0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_60
pls_ec71_couIntegerRecommendedCounts items and gives correct number0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_59
pls_ec71_simIntegerRecommendedCompletes similes0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_58
pls_ec77_graIntegerRecommendedRepairs grammatical errors0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_62
pls_ec77_rhyIntegerRecommendedRhymes words0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_63
pls_ec77_segIntegerRecommendedSegments words0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_64
pls_ec77_worIntegerRecommendedDefines words0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_61
pls_ec8_consIntegerRecommendedVocalizes two different consonant sounds0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_9
pls_ec8_protIntegerRecommendedProtests by gesturing or vocalizing0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_7
pls_ec8_sylIntegerRecommendedCombines sounds to form a syllable0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_10
pls_ec8_vowIntegerRecommendedVocalizes two different vowel sounds0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_8
pls_ec83_intIntegerRecommendedTells a story with introduction, sequence, and conclusion0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_66
pls_ec83_pluIntegerRecommendedUses irregular plurals0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_67
pls_ec83_quanIntegerRecommendedExpresses quantity0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_68
pls_ec83_stoIntegerRecommendedTells a story in sequence, using grammatically correct sentences0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Passq39_ec_65
pls_ms_artIntegerRecommendedArticles - a, the0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_copIntegerRecommendedCopula (is/are)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_pastIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Past tense (-ed)
pls_ms_futIntegerRecommendedFuture tense (will, gonna)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_irrIntegerRecommendedIrregular past tense (ran, won)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_irrpIntegerRecommendedIrregular plurals (feet, men)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_negIntegerRecommendedNegatives - no, not, don't0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_objIntegerRecommendedObjective pronouns (him, her, them)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_presIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Present tense
pls_ms_possIntegerRecommendedPossessive (his, her, hers, its, their, theirs)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_s3wIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Spoke in two- to three-word utterances
pls_ms_psmrkIntegerRecommendedPossessive markers - 's0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_regIntegerRecommendedRegular plurals (-s, -es)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_s5wIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Spoke in four- to five-word sentences
pls_ms_sp1wIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Spoke in one word utterances
pls_ms_swuIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Spoke in successive single word utterances
pls_ms_subjIntegerRecommendedSubjective pronouns (he, she, it, we, they)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_ucsIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Used complex sentences
pls_ms_uexsIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Morphology-Syntax - Used expanded sentences
pls_sl_aqnIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Asked a question
pls_ms_whyIntegerRecommendedWh- questions (who, what, where, when, why)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_ms_ynIntegerRecommendedYes-no (is/are, can/could, do/does, will/would)0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_sc_acaeIntegerRecommendedAge Equivalent in Monthsq39_age1
pls_sc_acconIntegerRecommendedSS Confidence Intervalq39_con1
pls_sc_acltaIntegerRecommendedLast Task Administered
pls_sc_acpconIntegerRecommendedPRs for SS Confidence Interval Valuesq39_per1
pls_sc_acprIntegerRecommendedPercentile Rankq39_val1
pls_sc_acrawIntegerRecommendedRaw Scoresq39_sc1
pls_sc_acssIntegerRecommendedStandard Scoresq39_std1
pls_sc_aczroIntegerRecommendedNumber of 0 scores
pls_sc_ecaeIntegerRecommendedAge Equivalent in Monthsq39_age2
pls_sc_ecconIntegerRecommendedSS Confidence Interval
pls_sc_ecltaIntegerRecommendedLast Task Administered
pls_sc_ecpconIntegerRecommendedPRs for SS Confidence Interval Values
pls_sc_ecprIntegerRecommendedPercentile Rankq39_per2
pls_sc_ecrawIntegerRecommendedRaw Scores
pls_sc_ecssIntegerRecommendedStandard Scoresq39_con2
pls_sc_eczroIntegerRecommendedNumber of 0 scores
pls_sc_tlaeIntegerRecommendedAge Equivalent in Monthsq39_age3
pls_sc_tlconIntegerRecommendedSS Confidence Intervalq39_con3
pls_sc_tlpconIntegerRecommendedPRs for SS Confidence Interval Valuesq39_val3
pls_sc_tlprIntegerRecommendedPercentile Rankq39_per3
pls_sc_tlrsIntegerRecommendedAC Raw Score + EC Raw Score
pls_sc_tlssIntegerRecommendedStandard Score
pls_sc_tlsstIntegerRecommendedStandard Score Total
pls_sl_ansIntegerRecommendedAnswered when you talked to him or her0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_sl_attenIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Tried to get your attention
pls_sl_daIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Directed your attention to something
pls_sl_indirIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Used indirect requests or hints
pls_sl_greetIntegerRecommendedGreeted someone or said goodbye0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_sl_mcnIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Maintained a conversation
pls_sl_proIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Protested or complained
pls_sl_nameIntegerRecommendedNamed an object0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_sl_playIntegerRecommendedPlayed with you0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_sl_prwIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - "Practiced" or repeated words
pls_sl_rexpIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Talked about recent experiences
pls_sl_roleIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Role-played stereotypic themes
pls_sl_rpIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Repeated or reworded messages you didnt understand
pls_sl_sttopIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Stayed on topic
pls_sl_talkIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Talked about what he or she was doing
pls_sl_teoIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Told you about an event or object
pls_sl_tryIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Tried to get you to do something
pls_sl_usipIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Used language to interact with another person
pls_sl_uslnIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Social Language - Used language to control others behavior
pls_sm_aseqIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Appropriately sequenced
pls_sm_disIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Disorganized
pls_sm_nopIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Named objects-pictures
pls_sm_orgIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Organized
pls_sm_offtIntegerRecommendedConnected speech: off topic0; 10 = Fail; 1 = Pass
pls_sm_otopIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - On topic
pls_sm_outsqIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Out of sequence
pls_sm_uawIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Used action words
pls_sm_uwdoIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Used words to describe objects or people
pls_sm_uwpIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Used words denoting possession
pls_sm_uwplIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Used words denoting place
pls_sm_uwqIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Used words denoting quality
pls_sm_uwrcIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Used words denoting recurrence
pls_sm_uwrnIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Used words to give reasons
pls_sm_uwtmIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Semantics - Used words denoting time
pls_spch_intIntegerRecommendedPLS: Supplemental Measure Speech Intelligibility
pls_versionString35RecommendedPLS Version
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Distribution for DataStructure: cs_pls_402 and Element:
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Filters enable researchers to view the data shared in NDA before applying for access or for selecting specific data for download or NDA Study assignment. For those with access to NDA shared data, you may select specific values to be included by selecting an individual bar chart item or by selecting a range of values (e.g. interview_age) using the "Add Range" button. Note that not all elements have appropriately distinct values like comments and subjectkey and are not available for filtering. Additionally, item level detail is not always provided by the research community as indicated by the number of null values given.

Filters for multiple data elements within a structure are supported. Selections across multiple data structures will be supported in a future version of NDA.