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Cognitive Triad Inventory for Children

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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/projectpatid
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
asstypIntegerRecommendedAssessment type1::201=TADS GATE A; 2=TADS GATE B; 3 = TADS Gate C; 4 = TADS Week 6; 5 = TADS Week 12; 6 = TADS Week 18; 7 = TADS Week 24; 8 = TADS Week 30; 9 = TADS Week 36; 10 = TADS F/U Mo 3; 11 = TADS F/U Mo 6; 12 = TADS F/U Mo 9; 13 = TADS F/U Mo 12; 14 = SOFTAD month 6; 15 = SOFTAD month 12; 16 = SOFTAD month 18; 17 = SOFTAD month 24; 18 = SOFTAD month 30; 19 = SOFTAD month 36; 20 = SOFTAD month 42
stageIntegerRecommendedStudy stage
0::5; 51::53; 67; -888; -999
0 = Pre-Randomization (TADS) 1 = Stage 1 (TADS) 2 = Stage 2 (TADS) 3 = Stage 3 (TADS) 4 = Stage 4 (TADS) 5 = Stage 5 (SOFTAD); 51=Treatmentas Usual; 52=Screening Alone; 53=Intervention; 67=Unknown; -888=Not Applicable; -999=Missing;
bsit0FloatRecommendedWeeks from Time 0/baseline to assessmentctit0
cti1_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 1. I do well at many different things0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti2_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 2. Schoolwork is fun0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti3_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 3. Most people are friendly and helpful0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti4_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 4. I am a failure0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti5_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 5. I do my schoolwork okay0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti6_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 6. The people I know help me when I need it0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti7_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 7. I have messed up almost all the best friendships I have ever had0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti8_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 8. The things I do every day are fun0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti9_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 9. I can't do anything right now0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti10_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 10. People like me0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti11_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 11. I am as good as other people I know0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti12_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 12. The world is a very mean place0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti13_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 13. The important people in my life are helpful and nice to me0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti14_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 14. I hate myself0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti15_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 15. Bad things happen to me a lot0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti16_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 16. I have a friend who is nice and helpful to me0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti17_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 17. I can do a lot of things well0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti18_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 18. My family doesn't care what happens to me0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti19_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 19. I feel guilty for a lot of things0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti20_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 20. No matter what I do, other people make it hard for me to get what I need0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti21_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 21. I am a good person0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti22_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 22. I like myself0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti23_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 23. I am faced with many difficulties0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti24_uIntegerRecommendedQuestion 24. I have problems with my personality0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti1IntegerRecommendedQuestion 1. I do well at many different things (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI1 missing then CTI1 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti2IntegerRecommendedQuestion 2. Schoolwork is fun (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI2 missing then CTI2 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti3IntegerRecommendedQuestion 3. Most people are friendly and helpful (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI3 missing then CTI3 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti4IntegerRecommendedQuestion 4. I am a failure (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI4 missing then CTI4 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti5IntegerRecommendedQuestion 5. I do my schoolwork okay (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI5 missing then CTI5 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti6IntegerRecommendedQuestion 6. The people I know help me when I need it (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI6 missing then CTI6 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti7IntegerRecommendedQuestion 7. I have messed up almost all the best friendships I have ever had (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI7 missing then CTI7 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti8IntegerRecommendedQuestion 8. The things I do every day are fun (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI8 missing then CTI8 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti9IntegerRecommendedQuestion 9. I can't do anything right now (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI9 missing then CTI9 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti10IntegerRecommendedQuestion 10. People like me (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI10 missing then CTI10 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti11IntegerRecommendedQuestion 11. I am as good as other people I know (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI11 missing then CTI11 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti12IntegerRecommendedQuestion 12. The world is a very mean place (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI12 missing then CTI12 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti13IntegerRecommendedQuestion 13. The important people in my life are helpful and nice to me (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI13 missing then CTI13 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti14IntegerRecommendedQuestion 14. I hate myself (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI14 missing then CTI14 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti15IntegerRecommendedQuestion 15. Bad things happen to me a lot (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI15 missing then CTI15 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti16IntegerRecommendedQuestion 16. I have a friend who is nice and helpful to me (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI16 missing then CTI16 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti17IntegerRecommendedQuestion 17. I can do a lot of things well (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI17 missing then CTI17 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti18IntegerRecommendedQuestion 18. My family doesn't care what happens to me (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI18 missing then CTI18 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti19IntegerRecommendedQuestion 19. I feel guilty for a lot of things (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI19 missing then CTI19 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti20IntegerRecommendedQuestion 20. No matter what I do, other people make it hard for me to get what I need (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U,CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI20 missing then CTI20 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti21IntegerRecommendedQuestion 21. I am a good person (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI21 missing then CTI21 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti22IntegerRecommendedQuestion 22. I like myself (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI22 missing then CTI22 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::22 = Yes 1 = Maybe 0 = No
cti23IntegerRecommendedQuestion 23. I am faced with many difficulties (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U are missing and CTI23 missing then CTI23 = integer(median of non-missing (CTI2_U, CTI3_U, CTI6_U, CTI8_U, CTI10_U, CTI12_U, CTI13_U, CTI15_U, CTI16_U, CTI18_U, CTI20_U, CTI23_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
cti24IntegerRecommendedQuestion 24. I have problems with my personality (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U are missing and CTI24 missing then CTI24 = integer(median of non-missing of (CTI1_U, CTI4_U, CTI5_U, CTI7_U, CTI9_U, CTI11_U, CTI14_U, CTI17_U, CTI19_U, CTI21_U, CTI22_U, CTI24_U))0::20 = Yes 1 = Maybe 2 = No
ctiselfIntegerRecommendedView of the Self Scale using imputed values0::24Items included in score: CTI1, CTI4, CTI5, CTI7, CTI9, CTI11, CTI14, CTI17, CTI19, CTI21, CTI22, CTI24
ctiworldIntegerRecommendedView of the World Scale using imputed values0::24Items included in score: CTI2, CTI3, CTI6, CTI8, CTI10, CTI12, CTI13, CTI15, CTI16, CTI18, CTI20, CTI23
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