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Dweck's Implicit Theories Questionnaire

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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/projectlabid, patid
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldtestdate
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.agemonths
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
studyString100RecommendedStudy
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
dit_1IntegerRecommendedI feel like I belong in my school/my social group at my school.1 :: 5; -99; 77; 88;1 = completely true; 2 = mostly true; 3 = somewhat true; 4 = a little true; 5 = not true at all; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_2IntegerRecommendedI feel respected in my school/my social group at my school.1 :: 5; -99; 77; 88;1 = completely true; 2 = mostly true; 3 = somewhat true; 4 = a little true; 5 = not true at all; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_3IntegerRecommendedI feel comfortable in my school/my social group at my school.1 :: 5; -99; 77; 88;1 = completely true; 2 = mostly true; 3 = somewhat true; 4 = a little true; 5 = not true at all; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_4IntegerRecommendedI feel like I can be myself in my school/my social group at my school.1 :: 5; -99; 77; 88;1 = completely true; 2 = mostly true; 3 = somewhat true; 4 = a little true; 5 = not true at all; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_5IntegerRecommendedYou have a certain amount of intelligence, and you really can't do much to change it.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_6IntegerRecommendedYour intelligence is something about you that you can't change very much.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_7IntegerRecommendedYou can learn new things, but you can't really change your basic intelligence.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_8IntegerRecommendedThe kind of person someone is is something very basic about them and it can't be changed very much.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_9IntegerRecommendedPeople can do things differently, but the important parts of who they are can't really be changed.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_10IntegerRecommendedEveryone is a certain kind of person and there is not much that can be done to really change that.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_11IntegerRecommendedHow much you feel like you belong in a particular group is something that can't change over time.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_12IntegerRecommendedHow respected your feel in a given group is not likely to change very much.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_13IntegerRecommendedHow comfortable you feel in a particular group probably won't change much.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_14IntegerRecommendedHow much you feel like yourself in a given group isn't something that's likely to change over time.1 :: 6; -99; 77; 88;1 = strongly agree; 2 = agree; 3 = mostly agree; 4 = mostly disagree; 5 = disagree; 6 = strongly disagree; -99= N/A; 77= Refused ; 88= Missing
dit_intelIntegerRecommendedIntelligence implicit theory score1 :: 18; 999999 = Missing; (items dit_5, dit_6, dit_7)
dit_moralIntegerRecommendedMorality implicit theory score1 :: 18; 999999 = Missing; (items dit_8, dit_9, dit_10)
dit_groupIntegerRecommendedGroup belonging implicit theory score1 :: 24; 999999 = Missing; (items dit_11, dit_12, dit_13, dit_14)
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Distribution for DataStructure: dit01 and Element:
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