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EEG Scalar Variables

eeg_scalar

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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_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
experiment_idIntegerRecommendedID for the Experiment/settings/run
eeg_eeg_sum_ec_post_alphaFloatRecommendedCSD/PCA combined high and low alpha factor score for resting EEG eyes closed condition.id_2124
eeg_eeg_sum_eo_post_alphaFloatRecommendedCSD/PCA combined high and low alpha factor score for resting EEG eyes open condition.id_2123
eeg_eeg1IntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for baseline resting EEG spectral averages (computed from field potentials)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1846
eeg_eeg1csdIntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for baseline resting EEG spectral averages (computed from CSD waveforms)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1847
eeg_eeg2IntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for week 1 resting EEG spectral averages (computed from field potentials)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1850
eeg_eeg2csdIntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for week 1 resting EEG spectral averages (computed from CSD waveforms)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1851
eeg_eeg3IntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for week 2 resting EEG spectral averages (computed from field potentials)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1854
eeg_eeg3csdIntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for week 2 resting EEG spectral averages (computed from CSD waveforms)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1855
eeg_lor_numberepochsIntegerRecommendedNumber of available EEG epochs (segments) for the given subjectid_2040
eeg_lor_racc_alpha1_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage alpha1 (8.5-10hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2043
eeg_lor_racc_alpha1_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage alpha1 (8.5-10hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2053
eeg_lor_racc_alpha1_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage alpha1 (8.5-10hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2063
eeg_lor_racc_alpha2_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage alpha2 (10.5-12hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2044
eeg_lor_racc_alpha2_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage alpha2 (10.5-12hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2054
eeg_lor_racc_alpha2_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage alpha2 (10.5-12hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2064
eeg_lor_racc_beta1_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage beta1 (12.5-18hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2045
eeg_lor_racc_beta1_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage beta1 (12.5-18hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2055
eeg_lor_racc_beta1_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage beta1 (12.5-18hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2065
eeg_lor_racc_beta2_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage beta2 (18.5-21hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2046
eeg_lor_racc_beta2_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage beta2 (18.5-21hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2056
eeg_lor_racc_beta2_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage beta2 (18.5-21hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2066
eeg_lor_racc_beta3_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage beta3 (21.5-30hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2047
eeg_lor_racc_beta3_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage beta3 (21.5-30hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2057
eeg_lor_racc_beta3_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage beta3 (21.5-30hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2067
eeg_lor_racc_delta_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage delta (1.5-6hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2041
eeg_lor_racc_delta_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage delta (1.5-6hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2051
eeg_lor_racc_delta_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage delta (1.5-6hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2061
eeg_lor_racc_full_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage current density across all bands (1.5-30hz) localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2048
eeg_lor_racc_full_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage current density across all bands (1.5-30hz) localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2058
eeg_lor_racc_full_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage current density across all bands (1.5-30hz) localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2068
eeg_lor_racc_gm_36_5_44hz_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage gamma (36.5-44hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2050
eeg_lor_racc_gm_36_5_44hz_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage gamma (36.5-44hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2060
eeg_lor_racc_gm_36_5_44hz_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage gamma (36.5-44hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2070
eeg_lor_racc_th_4_5_7hz_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage theta (defined as 4.5-7hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2049
eeg_lor_racc_th_4_5_7hz_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage theta (defined as 4.5-7hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2059
eeg_lor_racc_th_4_5_7hz_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage theta (defined as 4.5-7hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2069
eeg_lor_racc_th_tm00FloatRecommendedAverage theta (defined as 6.5-8hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with no/minimal spatial smoothing (tm00)id_2042
eeg_lor_racc_th_tm04FloatRecommendedAverage theta (defined as 6.5-8hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with highest smoothing (tm04)id_2052
eeg_lor_racc_th_tm05FloatRecommendedAverage theta (defined as 6.5-8hz) current density localized to the rostral anterior cingulate cortex (rACC), with intermediate smoothing (tm05)id_2062
eeg_ldaep_sum_100_db_n1FloatRecommendedCSD/PCA N1 factor score for LDAEP 100 dB stimuli.id_2129
eeg_ldaep_sum_60_db_n1FloatRecommendedCSD/PCA N1 factor score for LDAEP 60 dB stimuli.id_2125
eeg_ldaep_sum_70_db_n1FloatRecommendedCSD/PCA N1 factor score for LDAEP 70 dB stimuli.id_2126
eeg_ldaep_sum_80_db_n1FloatRecommendedCSD/PCA N1 factor score for LDAEP 80 dB stimuli.id_2127
eeg_ldaep_sum_90_db_n1FloatRecommendedCSD/PCA N1 factor score for LDAEP 90 dB stimuli.id_2128
eeg_ldaep1IntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for baseline LDAEP grand averages (computed from field potentials)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1848
eeg_ldaep1csdIntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for baseline LDAEP grand averages (computed from CSD waveforms)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1849
eeg_ldaep2IntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for week 1 LDAEP grand averages (computed from field potentials)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1852
eeg_ldaep2csdIntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for week 1 LDAEP grand averages (computed from CSD waveforms)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1853
eeg_ldaep3IntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for week 2 LDAEP grand averages (computed from field potentials)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1856
eeg_ldaep3csdIntegerRecommendedQuality control measure for week 2 LDAEP grand averages (computed from CSD waveforms)
0::3
3=Good, 2=Acceptable, 1=Marginal, 0=Unacceptableid_1857
studyString100RecommendedStudy
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
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