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Parenting Self-Efficacy 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_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldeipses_date
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
eipses_2IntegerRecommendedIf my child is having problems, I would be able to think of some ways to help my child.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_3IntegerRecommendedWhen my child shows improvement, it is because I am able to make a difference in my child's development.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_4IntegerRecommendedWhen it comes right down to it, parents really can't do much because most of a child's development depends on their early interventionists.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_5IntegerRecommendedIf one of my child's early interventionists has difficulty with my child, I would be able to offer some suggestions.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_6IntegerRecommendedChildren will make the most progress if their early interventionists work with them rather than if the parents work with the children.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_7IntegerRecommendedEven a good parent may not have much impact on whether children feel good about themselves.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_8IntegerRecommendedI feel that I can work well with my child's early interventionist as part of my child's team.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_9IntegerRecommendedBecause there is so little help from the community, I am often sad or angry about how few services I can find for my child and the rest of my family.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_10IntegerRecommendedIf my child learns something quickly, it would probably be because I know how to help my child learn new things.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_11IntegerRecommendedIf my early interventionist did not have some information we had talked about before, I would be able to find the information and pass it on to my early interventionist.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_12IntegerRecommendedWhen my child does better than expected, many times it is because I tried a little harder to help.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_13IntegerRecommendedThe amount that a young child will learn is mostly due to family background, the neighborhood, and the early interventionist rather than their parents.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_14IntegerRecommendedI could help my child much more if the rest of the world were more understanding.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_15IntegerRecommendedOverall, the help that I give to my child's early interventionists has a big effect on my child.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_16IntegerRecommendedOn most days, I can handle most of the ups and downs of being a parent.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_17IntegerRecommendedI worry that I am not a good enough parent due to outside demands placed upon my time and energy.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_18IntegerRecommendedWhen my child is ill, I feel that there is nothing I can do to help my child or other members of my family.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_19IntegerRecommendedOver the past year, I can see the progress that I have made in becoming a better parent.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_20IntegerRecommendedNo matter how hard I try, it seems that I just cannot find a way to get the services that my child and my family needs.1::71=Strong Agree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Disagree
eipses_21IntegerRecommendedThe traits that a child has before he or she is born are more important than anything that the child's parents can do for the child.1::71=Strong Disagree; 4=Neither agree or disagree; 7=Strongly Agree
eipses_totIntegerRequiredEIPSES Total Score
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