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Leiter-R Parent Rating Scale

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Leiter-R Parent Rating Scale

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
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
attention_1IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. A. Attention span1::33= Good attention span; 2=Both ways; 1=Difficulty concentrating/spaces out
attention_2IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. Distractions1::33=Blocks out distractions; 2=Both ways; 1=Distracted by sights, sounds, activity
attention_3IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. Sound1::33=Focuses even if noisy outside; 2=Both ways; 1=Distracted by sound outside
attention_4IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. Activities completions1::33=Completes activities; 2=Both ways; 1=Fails to finish
attention_5IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. Responsibility1::33=Responsible with things; 2= Both ways; 1=Careless and/or destructive with things
attention_6IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. Lose things1::33=Does not lose things; 2= Both ways; 1=Always losing things
attention_7IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. Memory1::33=Good memory; 2= Both ways; 1=Absent-minded and forgetful
attention_8IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. Details1::33=Careful with detailed work; 2= Both ways; 1=Unconcerned with accuracy; careless
attention_9IntegerRecommendedA. Attention. Asks for help1::33=Asks for help if needs it; 2=Both ways; 1=impulsive, fails to clarify
attention_rsIntegerRequiredA. Attention Raw Score999=missing/NA
activity_1IntegerRecommendedB. Activity Level. Calm1::33=Can be calm and regulated; 2= Both ways; 1=Seems to be driven by a motor
activity_2IntegerRecommendedB. Activity Level. Still1::33=Can be still when occupied; 2= Both ways; 1=Fidgets, squirmy, restless
activity_3IntegerRecommendedB. Activity Level. Overactive1::33=Maintains even Activity Level; 2= Both ways; 1= Overactive unless activity is new
activity_4IntegerRecommendedB. Activity Level. Moving1::33=Appropriate amount of moving; 2= Both ways; 1=Runs and climbs too much.
activity_5IntegerRecommendedB. Activity Level. Tolerates boring1::33=Tolerates some "boring" parts of day; 2= Both ways; 1=Prefers things happening all the time
activity_rsIntegerRequiredB. Activity Level Raw Score999=missing/NA
impulsivity_1IntegerRecommendedC. Impulsivity. Takes turns1::33=Takes turns; 2= Both ways; 1=Difficulty waiting for turn
impulsivity_2IntegerRecommendedC. Impulsivity. Speech1::33=Talks appropriately; 2= Both ways; 1=Blurts out
impulsivity_3IntegerRecommendedC. Impulsivity. Conversation1::33=Waits for conversation pauses; 2= Both ways; 1=Constantly interrupts
impulsivity_4IntegerRecommendedC. Impulsivity. Touch1::33=Refrains from touching; 2= Both ways ; 1=Grabs, taps, touches, and pokes
impulsivity_5IntegerRecommendedC. Impulsivity. Attention1::33=Waits to get your attention; plays alone; 2= Both ways; 1=Needs attention immediately
impulsivity_rsIntegerRequiredC. Impulsivity Raw Score999=missing/NA
adaptation_1IntegerRecommendedD. Adaptation. Changes in plans1::33=Adapts to changes in plans; 2=Both ways; 1=Difficulty when plans change
adaptation_2IntegerRecommendedD. Adaptation. Transition between places1::33=Transitions between places/activities easily; 2= Both ways; 1=Transitions between places/activities hard
adaptation_3IntegerRecommendedD. Adaptation. Behavior1::33= Calms self; 2=Both ways; 1= Out of control behavior
adaptation_rsIntegerRequiredD. Adaptation Raw score999=missing/NA
moconf_1IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Separation1::33=Separates well, 2= Both ways; 1=Afraid to leave familiar people
moconf_2IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Confident1::33=Confident; 2= Both ways; 1=Apprehensive and worried
moconf_3IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Calm1::33=Steady and calm; 2= Both ways; 1=Seems jittery or nervous
moconf_4IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Untroubled1::33=Untroubled; 2= Both ways; 1=Bites nails, twirls hair, taps foot
moconf_5IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Tolerance1::33=Good natured and tolerant; 2= Both ways; 1=Irritable and annoyed moods
moconf_6IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Mood swings1::33=Even moods; 2= Both ways; 1=Mood swings
moconf_7IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Self concept1::33=Good self concept; 2= Both ways; 1=Feels worthless
moconf_8IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Self esteem1::33=Positive self esteem; 2= Both ways; 1=Critical of self
moconf_9IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. In control1::33=Feels in control; 2= Both ways; 1=Panics, afraid of losing control
moconf_10IntegerRecommendedE. Moods and Confidence. Coping1::33=Copes well; 2= Both ways; 1=Becomes overwhelmed
moconf_rsIntegerRequiredE. Mood and Confidence Raw score999=missing/NA
enfel_1IntegerRecommendedF. Energy and Feelings. Energetic1::33=Energetic; 2= Both ways; 1=Tired and/or mopey
enfel_2IntegerRecommendedF. Energy and Feelings. Happy1::33=Happy and content; 2= Both ways; 1=Sad or melancholy
enfel_3IntegerRecommendedF. Energy and Feelings. Accomplishments1::33=Enjoys accomplishments; 2= Both ways; 1=Feels that cannot succeed at anything
enfel_4IntegerRecommendedF. Energy and Feelings. Pessimism1::33=Looks forward to future events; 2= Both ways; 1= Pessimistic and/or despondent
enfel_rsIntegerRequiredF. Energy and Feelings Raw score999=missing/NA
socabil_1IntegerRecommendedG. Social Abilities. Friends1::33=Good relationship with friends; 2= Both ways; 1=Quarrels or rejected by others same age
socabil_2IntegerRecommendedG. Social Abilities. Adults1::33=Interacts well with adults; 2= Both ways; 1=Timid or pushy with adults
socabil_3IntegerRecommendedG. Social Abilities. Cooperative1::33=Cooperative, agreeable, and respectful; 2= Both ways; 1=Demanding or difficult
socabil_4IntegerRecommendedG. Social Abilities. Rules1::33=Follows rules and directions; 2= Both ways; 1=Frequently gets in trouble
socabil_5IntegerRecommendedG. Social Abilities. Friendly1::33=Friendly; 2= Both ways; 1=Hostile or defiant
socabil_6IntegerRecommendedG. Social Abilities. Responsible1::33=Accepts responsibility for mistakes; 2= Both ways; 1= Accuses and blames others
socabil_rsIntegerRequiredG. Social Abilities Raw score999=missing/NA
senreg_1IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Hug1::33=Accepts a hug; 2= Both ways; 1=Fight or flight reaction when hugged
senreg_2IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Light1::33=Tolerates bright or dim light; 2= Both ways; 1=Sensitive to light levels
senreg_3IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Activities with movements1::33=Likes activities which move; 2= Both ways; 1=Dislikes activities which use movement
senreg_4IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Motions1::33=Normal movements; 2= Both ways; 1=Repetitive, odd motions
senreg_5IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Eye contact1::33=Maintains good eye contact; 2= Both ways; 1=Poor eye contact
senreg_6IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Sleep1::33=Sleeps well; 2= Both ways; 1=Doesn't need sleep
senreg_7IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Thoughts1::33=Flow of ideas is smooth; 2= Both ways; 1=Flooded by thoughts and feelings
senreg_8IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Logical1::33=Logical thoughts; 2= Both ways; 1=Bizarre thoughts
senreg_9IntegerRecommendedH. Sensitivity and Regulation. Lost1::33=Does not get lost; 2= Both ways; 1=Gets lost easily
senreg_rsIntegerRequiredH. Sensitivity and Regulation Raw score999=missing/NA
cogsocsial_rsIntegerRequiredCognitive/Social Raw scoreRS A +RS B+RS C + RS G
moreg_rsIntegerRequiredEmotions/Regulations Raw scoreRS D+ RS E+ RS F+ RS H
cogsocsial_ssIntegerRecommendedCognitive/Social Scaled score
moreg_ssIntegerRecommendedEmotions/Regulations Scaled score
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
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  • Description: A basic description
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  • Notes: Expanded description or notes on coding of values
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