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Infant Intentionality 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/projectid_patid
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 was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
iiq_1IntegerRecommended1. Does your baby do things on purpose to be annoying?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_2IntegerRecommended2. Can your baby have beliefs about how his/her toys will respond (for example, that a ball will bounce)?1::5;-99;77;881=Not at all; 2=Rarely; 3=Occasionally; 4=Frequently; 5=Definitely; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_3IntegerRecommended3. Is your baby aware of your goals (such as getting him/her dressed)?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_4IntegerRecommended4. Can your baby hope that certain things will happen (for example, that a particular toy will be appear)?1::5;-99;77;881=Not at all; 2=Rarely; 3=Occasionally; 4=Frequently; 5=Definitely; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_5IntegerRecommended5. Does your baby attempt to communicate positively using smiles and grins?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_6IntegerRecommended6. Does your baby refuse to eat in order to be difficult?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_7IntegerRecommended7. Does your baby seek praise when he/she has done something clever?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_8IntegerRecommended8. Does your baby try to punish people or "get even"?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_9IntegerRecommended9. Does your baby experience pride when she/he accomplishes something?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_10IntegerRecommended10. Does your baby behave well on purpose?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_11IntegerRecommended11. Does your baby know when people are pleased with him/her?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_12IntegerRecommended12. Does your baby ignore you to be annoying?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_13IntegerRecommended13. Can your baby act in a deliberate positive way to make an enjoyable activity continue?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_14IntegerRecommended14. Is your baby surprised when things occur that are unexpected?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_15IntegerRecommended15. Can your baby recognize when a person is eager to play?1::5;-99;77;881=Not at all; 2=Rarely; 3=Occasionally; 4=Frequently; 5=Definitely; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_16IntegerRecommended16. Does your baby ever soil a fresh diaper just to be difficult?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_17IntegerRecommended17. Can your baby have specific thoughts about her/his surroundings?1::5;-99;77;881=Not at all; 2=Rarely; 3=Occasionally; 4=Frequently; 5=Definitely; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_18IntegerRecommended18. Does your baby throw things on the floor in order to make a mess?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_19IntegerRecommended19. Does your baby make eye contact in order to encourage you to play?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_20IntegerRecommended20. Does your baby misbehave to be spiteful?1::5;-99;77;885=Often; 4=Frequently; 3=Occasionally; 2=Very rarely; 1=Never; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_21IntegerRecommended21. Can your baby think about a plan or strategy?1::5;-99;77;881=Not at all; 2=Rarely; 3=Occasionally; 4=Frequently; 5=Definitely; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_22IntegerRecommended22. Can your baby do things in order to be mean?1::5;-99;77;881=Not at all; 2=Rarely; 3=Occasionally; 4=Frequently; 5=Definitely; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_23IntegerRecommended23. Can your baby use deliberate behavior to reach his or her goals (for example, to get a dropped toy)?1::5;-99;77;881=Not at all; 2=Rarely; 3=Occasionally; 4=Frequently; 5=Definitely; -99=NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missing
iiq_posIntegerRequiredpositive intentionality summary score1::1000Sum of 2-5, 7, 9-11, 13-15, 17, 19, 21, 23
iiq_negIntegerRequirednegative intentionality summary score1::1000Sum 1, 6, 8, 12, 16, 18, 20, 22
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