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Internal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire

ipsaq

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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/projectsubject_id
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
study_conditionIntegerRecommendedStudy condition to which participant was assigned1::71 = Cognitive remediation; 2 = Comparison condition; 3 = Other; 4= treatment as usual; 5= Computers first; 6= CRT first; 7=SCITcondition
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visitassessment_number
ipsaq_01String1RecommendedA friend gave you a lift home.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_02String1RecommendedA friend talked about you behind your back.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_03String1RecommendedA friend said that he(she) has no respect for you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_04String1RecommendedA friend helped you with the gardening.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_05String1RecommendedA friend thinks you are trustworthy.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_06String1RecommendedA friend refused to talk to you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_07String1RecommendedA friend thinks you are interesting.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_08String1RecommendedA friend sent you a postcard.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_09String1RecommendedA friend thinks you are unfriendly.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_10String1RecommendedA friend made an insulting remark to you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_11String1RecommendedA friend bought you a present.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_12String1RecommendedA friend picked a fight with you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_13String1RecommendedA friend thinks you are dishonest.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_14String1RecommendedA friend spent some time talking to you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_15String1RecommendedA friend thinks you are clever.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_16String1RecommendedA friend refused to help you with a job.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_17String1RecommendedA friend thinks you are sensible.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_18String1RecommendedA friend thinks you are unfair.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_19String1RecommendedA friend said that he(she) dislikes you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_20String1RecommendedA friend rang to enquire about you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_21String1RecommendedA friend ignored youA;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_22String1RecommendedA friend said that she(he) admires you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_23String1RecommendedA friend said that he(she) finds you boring.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_24String1RecommendedA friend said that she(he) resents you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_25String1RecommendedA friend visited you for a friendly chat.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_26String1RecommendedA friend believes that you are honestA;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_27String1RecommendedA friend betrayed the trust you had in her.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_28String1RecommendedA friend ordered you to leave.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_29String1RecommendedA friend said that she(he) respects you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_30String1RecommendedA friend thinks you are stupid.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_31String1RecommendedA friend said that he(she) liked you.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_32String1RecommendedA neighbor invited you in for a drink.A;B;CA= Internal Attribution ("Something about you"); B=An external, personal, attribution ("Something about the other person"); C=An external, situational, attribution ("Something about the situation)
ipsaq_internal_posIntegerRecommendedInternal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire (IPSAQ), total internal attributions for postitive items0::16
ipsaq_internal_negIntegerRecommendedInternal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire (IPSAQ), total internal attributions for negative items0::16
ipsaq_personal_posIntegerRecommendedInternal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire (IPSAQ), total personal attributions for postitive items0::16
ipsaq_personal_negIntegerRecommendedInternal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire (IPSAQ), total personal attributions for negative items0::16
ipsaq_situational_posIntegerRecommendedInternal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire (IPSAQ), total situational attributions for postitive items0::16
ipsaq_situational_negIntegerRecommendedInternal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire (IPSAQ), total situational attributions for negative items0::16
ipsaq_externalizing_biasIntegerRecommendedInternal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire (IPSAQ), externalizing bias (EB)
ipsaq_personalizing_biasFloatRecommendedInternal, Personal, and Situational Attributions Questionnaire (IPSAQ), personalizing bias (PB)
Data Structure

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  • Element Name: This is the standard element name
  • Data Type: Which type of data this element is, e.g. String, Float, File location.
  • Size: If applicable, the character limit of this element
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  • Description: A basic description
  • Value Range: Which values can appear validly in this element (case sensitive for strings)
  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
  • Aliases: A list of currently supported Aliases (alternate element names)
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