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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectsubject_id
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldintvdate
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.intvage
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
eeg00aString10RecommendedParadigm order of this test: (enter A or B in the box)
eeg00bIntegerRecommendedWas EEG performed pre- or post-medication administration? (question in baseline visit only)1;2;-91=Pre-med; 2=Post-med;-9 = Unknown
eeg001IntegerRecommendedWas an EEG performed on this subject?0;10=No; 1=Yes
eeg003aIntegerRecommendedHandedness: Which do you prefer to use when both hands are available? Draw?1::51=Left only;2=Left Usually;3=Both;4=Right Usually;5=Right only
eeg003bIntegerRecommendedHandedness: Which do you prefer to use when both hands are available? Throw a ball?1::51=Left only;2=Left Usually;3=Both;4=Right Usually;5=Right only
eeg003cIntegerRecommendedHandedness: Which do you prefer to use when both hands are available? Butter toast?1::51=Left only;2=Left Usually;3=Both;4=Right Usually;5=Right only
eeg003dIntegerRecommendedHandedness: Which do you prefer to use when both hands are available? Brush your teeth?1::51=Left only;2=Left Usually;3=Both;4=Right Usually;5=Right only
eeg003eIntegerRecommendedHandedness: Which do you prefer to use when both hands are available? Cut with scissors?1::51=Left only;2=Left Usually;3=Both;4=Right Usually;5=Right only
eeg003fIntegerRecommendedHandedness: Which do you prefer to use when both hands are available? Hold a spoon?1::51=Left only;2=Left Usually;3=Both;4=Right Usually;5=Right only
eeg003gIntegerRecommendedHandedness: Which do you prefer to use when both hands are available? Write?1::51=Left only;2=Left Usually;3=Both;4=Right Usually;5=Right only
eeg004IntegerRecommendedDid you regularly do activities that require you to use your non-preferred hand a lot? (i.e. a sport or a handicraft)0;10=No; 1=Yeseeg_1
eeg004aString250RecommendedIf "Yes", description:
eeg005IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had fractures of the hand or other problems that seriously affected the use of your hands?0;10=No; 1=Yeseeg_2
eeg005aString250RecommendedIf "Yes", description:eeg_2a
eeg006IntegerRecommendedNormal, uncorrected vision?0;10=No; 1=Yes
eeg006aIntegerRecommendedCorrected vision? (i.e., glasses, contacts, laser surgery)0;10=No; 1=Yes
eeg006bIntegerRecommendedDo you see well when you are wearing your glasses/contact or since the surgery?0;10=No; 1=Yeseeg_4a
eeg007IntegerRecommendedNormal hearing?0;10=No; 1=Yeseeg_3
eeg008aString20RecommendedPrevious night sleep duration: Sleep start time: (hh:mm, 24-hour clock; enter 55:55 if unknown)eeg_5a
eeg008bString20RecommendedPrevious night sleep duration: Sleep end time: (hh:mm, 24-hour clock; enter 55:55 if unknown)eeg_5b
eeg008cFloatRecommendedPrevious night sleep duration: Number of hours0::24
eeg009IntegerRecommendedSubjective rest: How rested do you feel?1::51=Rested; 5=Tiredeeg_6
eeg010IntegerRecommendedWas any medication taken within the last 24 hours? (Include over-the-counter medications)0;10=No; 1=Yeseeg_7
eeg011IntegerRecommendedCaffeine: Have you consumed any caffeine today?0;10=No; 1=Yeseeg_8
eeg011aString20RecommendedEEG. What time? (hh:mm0, 24-hour clock; enter 55:55 if unknown)eeg_8a
eeg011bIntegerRecommendedWhat type?1::51=Coffee;2=Tea;3=Energy drink;4=Soda;5=Other (specify below)eeg_8b
eeg011cString50RecommendedIf Other, specifyeeg_8b_other
eeg011dIntegerRecommendedQuantity1::31=Low (0-1 drinks, based on 8 oz cup of coffee);2=Moderate (2-3 drinks);3=High (4+ drinks)
eeg012IntegerRecommendedWomen only: Still experiencing menstrual periods?0;1;90=No; 1=Yes; 9=N/A
eeg012aDateRecommendedIf "Yes", date of the first day of most recent menstrual period: (mm/dd/yyyy)
eeg013String20RecommendedEEG Start time: (hh:mm, 24-hour clock)eegadmin_1
head_circumFloatRecommendedHead Circumference (in cm)-1 = Not knowneeg014, eegadmin_5
eeg015String50RecommendedCap Size: (PM, PL, AS, AM, AL, AXL)eegadmin_4
eeg016IntegerRecommendedCap Type1;21=EGI; 2=Neuroscan
eeg016aString10RecommendedCap ID Number: (serial number)
eeg016bIntegerRecommendedCap Fit Quality1::31=Poor (RE-NET);2=Good;3=Excellenteegadmin_6
eeg017IntegerRecommendedNumber of attempts to final start net
eeg018IntegerRecommendedImpedances measured0;10=No; 1=Yeseegadmin_7
electrode_impedanceIntegerRecommendedelectrode impedance in kOhmeeg019
eeg020IntegerRecommendedBad Electrodes0;10=No; 1=Yeseegadmin_9
eeg020aString30RecommendedIf yes, which Electrodes (number, position)eegadmin_9a
eeg021FloatRecommendedDistance of participant from monitor (cm)
eeg022String20RecommendedEEG End time: (hh:mm, 24-hour clock)eegadmin_1a
eeg023IntegerRecommendedRoom set up1;21=Standard; 2=Deviations
eeg023aString250RecommendedRoom set up: Please explain the deviation
eeg024IntegerRecommendedPolhemus set up1;21=Standard; 2=Deviations
eeg024aString250RecommendedPolhemus set up: Please explain the deviation
eeg025IntegerRecommendedExperiment order1;21=Standard; 2=Deviations
eeg025aString250RecommendedExperiment order: Please explain the deviation
eeg026IntegerRecommendedFaces0;10=No; 1=Yes
eeg026aIntegerRecommendedFaces: If "Yes", data quality1::31=Good;2=Questionable (Describe in note);3=Invalid (Describe in note)
eeg026bIntegerRecommendedFaces: If "Yes", response hand1;21=Right; 2=Left
eeg026cString250RecommendedFaces: Note
eeg027IntegerRecommendedCompleted. Eyes Closed. Resting state0;10=No; 1=Yeseegec_done
eeg027aIntegerRecommendedEyes Closed: If "Yes", data quality. Resting state1::31=Good;2=Questionable (Describe in note);3=Invalid (Describe in note)eegec_qual
eeg027cString250RecommendedEyes Closed: Note
eeg028IntegerRecommendedCognitive Flanker0;10=No; 1=Yes
eeg028aIntegerRecommendedCognitive Flanker: If "Yes", data quality1::31=Good;2=Questionable (Describe in note);3=Invalid (Describe in note)
eeg028bIntegerRecommendedCognitive Flanker: If "Yes", response hand1;21=Right; 2=Left
eeg028cString250RecommendedCognitive Flanker: Note
eeg029IntegerRecommendedCompleted. Eyes Open. Resting state0;10=No; 1=Yeseegeo_done
eeg029aIntegerRecommendedEyes Open: If "Yes", data quality. Resting state1::31=Good;2=Questionable (Describe in note);3=Invalid (Describe in note)eegeo_qual
eeg029cString250RecommendedEyes Open: Note
eeg030IntegerRecommendedSensory Processing0::31=Yes, both;2=Yes, SOR only;3=Yes, Auditory Tones only;0=No (Specify in note)
eeg030aIntegerRecommendedSensory Processing: SOR data quality1::31=Good;2=Questionable (Describe in note);3=Invalid (Describe in note)
eeg030dIntegerRecommendedSensory Processing: SOR response hand1;21=Right; 2=Left
eeg030bIntegerRecommendedSensory Processing: Auditory Tones data quality1::31=Good;2=Questionable (Describe in note);3=Invalid (Describe in note)
eeg030cString250RecommendedSensory Processing: Note
eeg031IntegerRecommendedSubjective rest: How tired do you feel?1::51=Energetic; 5=Exhaustedeeg_9
eeg032IntegerRecommendedSubjective mood: What is your mood like?1::51=Happy; 5=Sadeeg_10
eeg033IntegerRecommendedSubjective task success: How well do you think you did overall?1::51=Great; 5=Terribleeeg_11
phne_sc_40String100RecommendedHealth/Medical. If yes (are you currently taking any medications), which ones and dosageeeg_7a
eegadmin_2String10RecommendedStart time of capping
eegadmin_2aString10RecommendedEnd time of capping
eegadmin_3String10RecommendedStart time of digitizer
eegadmin_3aString10RecommendedEnd time of digitizer
eegadmin_8IntegerRecommendedThreshold used:
eegdfr_doneIntegerRecommendedDFR Completed?0;10=No; 1=Yes
eegdfr_startString10RecommendedDFR: start time
eegdfr_endString10RecommendedDFR_end time
eegdfr_qualIntegerRecommendedDFR: data quality1::31=Good;2=Questionable; 3=Invalid
eegdfr_qual2IntegerRecommendedDFR: reason1::51=Movement; 2=Attention; 3=Talking; 4=Excessive Blinking; 5=Other
eegdfr_qual2_otherString200RecommendedDFR: If Other, please specify
eegeo_startString10RecommendedEyes Open: start time (resting state)
eegeo_endString10RecommendedEyes Open: end time (resting state)
eegeo_qual2IntegerRecommendedEyes Open: Reason (resting state)1::51=Movement; 2=Attention; 3=Talking; 4=Excessive Blinking; 5=Other
eegeo_qual2_otherString200RecommendedEyes Open: If other, please specify (resting state)
eegdpx_doneIntegerRecommendedDPX: Completed?0;10=No; 1=Yes
eegdpx_startString10RecommendedDPX: start time
eegdpx_endString10RecommendedDPX: end time
eegdpx_qualIntegerRecommendedDPX: Data quality1::31=Good;2=Questionable; 3=Invalid
eegdpx_qual2IntegerRecommendedDPX: Reason1::51=Movement; 2=Attention; 3=Talking; 4=Excessive Blinking; 5=Other
eegdpx_qual2_otherString200RecommendedDPX: if other, please specify
eegec_startString10RecommendedEyes Closed: start time (resting state)
eegec_endString10RecommendedEyes Closed: end time (resting state)
eegec_qual2IntegerRecommendedEyes Closed: Reason (resting state)1::51=Movement; 2=Attention; 3=Talking; 4=Excessive Blinking; 5=Other
eegec_qual2_otherString200RecommendedEyes Closed: if other, please specify (resting state)
eegcda_doneIntegerRecommendedCDA: Completed?0;10=No; 1=Yes
eegcda_startString10RecommendedCDA: start time
eegcda_endString10RecommendedCDA: end time
eegcda_qualIntegerRecommendedCDA: Data quality1::31=Good;2=Questionable; 3=Invalid
eegcda_qual2IntegerRecommendedCDA: Reason1::51=Movement; 2=Attention; 3=Talking; 4=Excessive Blinking; 5=Other
eegcda_qual2_otherString200RecommendedCDA: if other, please specify
eegscap_doneIntegerRecommendedSCAP: Completed?0;10=No; 1=Yes
eegscap_startString10RecommendedSCAP: start time
eegscap_endString10RecommendedSCAP: end time
eegscap_qualIntegerRecommendedSCAP: Data quality1::31=Good;2=Questionable; 3=Invalid
eegscap_qual2IntegerRecommendedSCAP: Reason1::51=Movement; 2=Attention; 3=Talking; 4=Excessive Blinking; 5=Other
eegscap_qual2_otherString200RecommendedSCAP: if other, please specify
eeg_4IntegerRecommendedVision: Do you have normal or corrected to normal vision (glasses/contacts/laser surgery)?0;10=No; 1=Yes
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