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The Filter Cart provides a way to query and access data for which you may be interested.  There are multiple places to go query and Add to Filter Cart (Sometimes called Download).  

A few points related to the filter cart are important to understand with the NDA Query/Filter implementation: 

First, the filter cart is populated asyncronously.  So, when you add subjects, sometimes it may take a few minutes to populate.  You can continue to do other things during this time. 

When you are adding your first filter, all data associated with your query will be added to the filter cart (whether it be a collection, a concept, a study, a data structure/elment or subjects). Not all data available for the subjects selected will necessarily be displayed.  For example, if you select the NDA imaging structure image03, and further restrict that query to scan_type fMRI, only fMRI images will appear and only the image03 structure will be available.  However, if you want to see all of the clinical and phenotype, then select, "Find All Subject Data" to see all the data avaialble for those subjects.  

when a secord or third filter is applied, an AND condition is used to determine the subjects that are exist in all filters.  If the subject does not appear in any filter, that subjects data will be excluded from your filter cart. Given the sparcity of data in the NDA, it is possible for no subjects to appear across filters.  If that happens, clear your filter cart, and start over.  

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Evidence-Based Practice Attitude Scale

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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/project
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/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
timeptIntegerRequiredTime Point888 = not applicable; 999 = missingebpas_time
ebpas_q1IntegerRecommendedI like to use new types of therapy/interventions to help my clients.0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q2IntegerRecommendedI am willing to try new types of therapy/interventions even if I have to follow a treatment manual.0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q3IntegerRecommendedI know better than academic researchers how to care for my clients.0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q4IntegerRecommendedI am willing to use new and different types of therapy/interventions developed by researchers.0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q5IntegerRecommendedResearch based treatments/interventions are not clinically useful.0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q6IntegerRecommendedClinical experience is more important than using manualized therapy/interventions.0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q7IntegerRecommendedI would not use manualized therapy/interventions.0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q8IntegerRecommendedI would try a new therapy/intervention even if it were very different from what I am used to doing.0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q9IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: It was intuitively appealing?0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q10IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: It "made sense" to you?0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q11IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: It was required by your supervisor?0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q12IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: It was required by your agency?0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q13IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: It was required by your state?0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q14IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: It was being used by colleagues who were happy with it?0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q15IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: You felt you had enough training to use it correctly?0::4; 888; 9990 = not at all; 1 = to a slight extent; 2 = to a moderate extent; 3 = to a great extent; 4 = to a very great extent; 888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_totalIntegerRequiredEBPAS total888 = not applicable; 999 = missing
ebpas_q16IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: your clients wanted it0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q17IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: you knew more about how your clients liked it0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q18IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: you knew it was right for your clients0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q19IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: you had a say in which evidence based practice was used0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q20IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: you had a say in how you would use the evidence-based practice0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q21IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: it fit with your clinical approach0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q22IntegerRecommendedIf you received training in a therapy or intervention that was new to you, how likely would you be to adopt it if: it fit with your treatment philosophy0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q23IntegerRecommendedEvidence-based practice detracts from truly connecting with your clients0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q24IntegerRecommendedEvidence-based practice makes it harder to develop a strong working alliance0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q25IntegerRecommendedEvidence-based practice is too simplistic0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q26IntegerRecommendedEvidence-based practice is not useful for clients with multiple problems0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q27IntegerRecommendedEvidence-based practice is not useful for families with multiple problems.0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q28IntegerRecommendedEvidence-based practice is not individualized treatment0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q29IntegerRecommendedEvidence-based practice is too narrowly focused0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q30IntegerRecommendedI prefer to work on my own without oversight0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q31IntegerRecommendedI do not want anyone looking over my shoulder while I provide services0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q32IntegerRecommendedMy work does not need to be monitored0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q33IntegerRecommendedI do not need to be monitored0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q34IntegerRecommendedI am satisfied with my skills as a therapist/case manager0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q35IntegerRecommendedA positive outcome in therapy is an art more than a science0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q36IntegerRecommendedTherapy is both an art and a science0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q37IntegerRecommendedMy overall competence as a therapist is more important than a particular approach0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q38IntegerRecommendedI don't have time to learn anything new0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q39IntegerRecommendedI can't meet my other obligations0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q40IntegerRecommendedI don't know how to fit evidence-based practice into my administrative work0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q41IntegerRecommendedEvidence-based practice will cause too much paperwork0::44=Not at all; 3= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 1=to a great extent; 0=to a very great extent
ebpas_q42IntegerRecommendedLearning an evidence-based practice will help me keep my job0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q43IntegerRecommendedLearning an evidence-based practice will help me get a new job0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q44IntegerRecommendedLearning an evidence-based practice will make it easier to find work0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q45IntegerRecommendedI would learn an evidence-based practice if continuing education credits were provided0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q46IntegerRecommendedI would learn an evidence-based practice if training were provided0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q47IntegerRecommendedI would learn an evidence-based practice if ongoing support was provided0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q48IntegerRecommendedI enjoy getting feedback on my job performance0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q49IntegerRecommendedGetting feedback helps me to be a better therapist/case manager0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_q50IntegerRecommendedGetting supervision helps me to be a better therapist/case manager0::40=Not at all; 1= to a slight extent; 2= to a moderate extent; 3=to a great extent; 4=to a very great extent
ebpas_reqIntegerRecommendedRequirements domain score
ebpas_appIntegerRecommendedAppeal domaine score
ebpas_opIntegerRecommendedOpenness domain score
ebpas_divIntegerRecommendedDivergence domain score
ebpas_fIntegerRecommendedFit domain score
ebpas_limIntegerRecommendedLimitations domain score
ebpas_monIntegerRecommendedMonitoring domain score
ebpas_balIntegerRecommendedBalance domain score
ebpas_burIntegerRecommendedBurden domain score
ebpas_jsIntegerRecommendedJob Security domain score
ebpas_leIntegerRecommendedLearning domain score
ebpas_feeIntegerRecommendedFeedback domain score
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