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MacArthur-Bates CDI Short III Form

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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
respondIntegerRecommendedRespondent1::4;9991 = Parent; 2 = Teacher; 3=Self; 4= Other; 999 = Not available
respond_detail_oth_specString255RecommendedRespondent details
mcsf_6_1IntegerRecommendeddinosaur0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc2_15donkeyIntegerRecommendedAnimals (Real or Toy). donkey0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_2
mcsf_6_3IntegerRecommendedreindeer0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_4IntegerRecommendedcastle0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_5IntegerRecommendeddrum0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_6IntegerRecommendedfootball0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_7IntegerRecommendedmicroscope0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc3_13tricycleIntegerRecommendedVehicles (Real or Toy). tricycle0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_8
mcsf_6_9IntegerRecommendedkite0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_10IntegerRecommendedwagon0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_11IntegerRecommendedlemon0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_12IntegerRecommendedpeanut0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc5_19crackerIntegerRecommendedFood and Drink. cracker0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_13
mcs_vc5_56saltIntegerRecommendedFood and Drink. salt0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_14
mcs_vc5_58sauceIntegerRecommendedFood and Drink. sauce0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_15
mcs_vc5_65vanillaIntegerRecommendedFood and Drink. vanilla0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_16
mcsf_6_17IntegerRecommendedvegetable0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc6_1beadsIntegerRecommendedClothinq. beads0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_18
mcs_vc6_12jeansIntegerRecommendedClothinq. jeans0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_19
mcsf_6_20IntegerRecommendedelbow0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_21IntegerRecommended(finger)nail0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_22IntegerRecommendedthumb0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_23IntegerRecommendedbandaid/bandage0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_24IntegerRecommendedblade0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_25IntegerRecommendedcomputer0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_26IntegerRecommendedglass0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc8_20jarIntegerRecommendedSmall Household Items. jar0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_27
mcs_vc10_8ladderIntegerRecommendedOutside Thlnqs. ladder0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_28
mcsf_6_29IntegerRecommendedmaterial0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_30IntegerRecommendedstamp0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_31IntegerRecommendedtire0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_32IntegerRecommendedfurniture0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc9_16kitchenIntegerRecommendedFurniture and Rooms. kitchen0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_33
mcsf_6_34IntegerRecommendedsofa/couch0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc10_2cloudIntegerRecommendedOutside Thlnqs. cloud0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_35
mcsf_6_36IntegerRecommendedfence0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc10_7hoseIntegerRecommendedOutside Thlnqs. hose0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_37
mcs_vc10_17sidewalkIntegerRecommendedOutside Thlnqs. sidewalk0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_38
mcs_vc11_22zooIntegerRecommendedPlaces to Go. zoo0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_39
mcsf_6_40IntegerRecommendedchild0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc12_9cowboyIntegerRecommendedPeople. cowboy0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_41
mcsf_6_42IntegerRecommendedfamily0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_43IntegerRecommendedfarmer0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_44IntegerRecommendednobody0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc12_21nurseIntegerRecommendedPeople. nurse0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_45
mcsf_6_46IntegerRecommendedaccident0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_47IntegerRecommendedcircle0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_48IntegerRecommendedfront0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_49IntegerRecommendedidea0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc11_2campingIntegerRecommendedPlaces to Go. camping0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_50
mcs_vc14_9catchIntegerRecommendedAction Words. catch0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_51
mcs_vc14_23dropIntegerRecommendedAction Words. drop0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_52
mcsf_6_53IntegerRecommendedfasten0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_54IntegerRecommendedforget/forgot0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc14_36hateIntegerRecommendedAction Words. hate0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_55
mcs_vc14_44hurryIntegerRecommendedAction Words. hurry0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_56
mcsf_6_57IntegerRecommendedleave0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_58IntegerRecommendedmeasure0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_59IntegerRecommendedpeel0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_60IntegerRecommendedpromise0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc14_75skateIntegerRecommendedAction Words. skate0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_61
mcsf_6_62IntegerRecommendedsneeze0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_63IntegerRecommendedsomersault0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc14_91thinkIntegerRecommendedAction Words. think0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_64
mcs_vc15_7blackIntegerRecommendedDescriptive Words. black0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_65
mcsf_6_66IntegerRecommendedbored0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_67IntegerRecommendeddeep0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_68IntegerRecommendeddifferent0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc15_18emptyIntegerRecommendedDescriptive Words. empty0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_69
mcsf_6_70IntegerRecommendedexpensive0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc15_20fineIntegerRecommendedDescriptive Words. fine0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_71
mcsf_6_72IntegerRecommendedhalf0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc15_35longIntegerRecommendedDescriptive Words. long0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_73
mcsf_6_74IntegerRecommendedlost0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_75IntegerRecommendedangry0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_76IntegerRecommendedpeculiar0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc16_2beforeIntegerRecommendedWords About Time. before0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_77
mcs_vc22_6thenIntegerRecommendedConnectinq Words. then0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_78
mcs_vc16_9todayIntegerRecommendedWords About Time. today0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_79
mcsf_6_80IntegerRecommendedweek0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc16_12yesterdayIntegerRecommendedWords About Time. yesterday0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_81
mcs_vc17_15theirIntegerRecommendedPronouns. their0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_82
mcs_vc17_18theyIntegerRecommendedPronouns. they0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_83
mcs_vc17_20thoseIntegerRecommendedPronouns. those0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_84
mcs_vc17_25yourselfIntegerRecommendedPronouns. yourself0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_85
mcs_vc18_7whyIntegerRecommendedQuestion Words. why0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_86
mcs_vc19_1aboutIntegerRecommendedPrepositions and Locations. about0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_87
mcs_vc19_2aboveIntegerRecommendedPrepositions and Locations. above0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_88
mcsf_6_89IntegerRecommendedaway0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_90IntegerRecommendedbetween0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc19_19ontopofIntegerRecommendedPrepositions and Locations. on top of0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_91
mcs_vc20_7eachIntegerRecommendedQuantifiers and Articles. each0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_92
mcs_vc20_8everyIntegerRecommendedQuantifiers and Articles. every0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_93
mcsf_6_94IntegerRecommendednone0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_95IntegerRecommendedmight0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcsf_6_96IntegerRecommendedneed to0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc21_19wereIntegerRecommendedHelpinq Verbs. were0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_97
mcsf_6_98IntegerRecommendedalthough0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_vc22_2becauseIntegerRecommendedConnectinq Words. because0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understandsmcsf_6_99
mcsf_6_100IntegerRecommendedhowever0::20 = No; 1 = Yes (Says and Understands); 2 = Understands
mcs_combineIntegerRecommendedComplexity. Has your child begun to combine words yet, such as "nother cracker" or "doggie bite?" If not yet, stop here. 0=not yet, 1=sometimes, 2= often0;1;20 = Not yet; 1 = Sometimes; 2 = Often
mcs_com_11daddypickIntegerRecommendedComplexity. (Talking about something that already happened) 1=Daddy pick me up. 2=Daddy picked me up.0::21 = Daddy pick me up. 2 = Daddy picked me up.; 0=neithermcsf_9_1
mcs_com_14truckIntegerRecommendedComplexity. 1=That my truck 2=That's my truck0::21 = That my truck. 2 = That's my truck.; 0=neithermcsf_9_2
mcs_com_23coffeeIntegerRecommendedComplexity. 1=Coffee hot. 2=That coffee hot.0::21 = Coffee hot. 2 = That coffee hot.; 0=neithermcsf_9_3
mcs_com_25likereadIntegerRecommendedComplexity. 1=I like read stories. 2=I like to read stories.0::21 = I like read stories. 2 = I like to read stories.; 0=neithermcsf_9_4
mcs_com_26readbookIntegerRecommendedComplexity. 1=Don't read book. 2=Don't want you read that book.0::21 = Don't read book. 2 = Don't want you read that book.; 0=neithermcsf_9_5
mcsf_9_6IntegerRecommended1=Why he run away? 2=Why did he run away?1;21=Why he run away?; 2=Why did he run away?
mcsf_9_7IntegerRecommended1= He did it. 2=I know who did it1;21= He did it. 2=I know who did it
mcsf_9_8IntegerRecommended1= We got to go now 2= I think we got to go now1;21= We got to go now 2= I think we got to go now
mcsf_9_9IntegerRecommended1=I want truck. 2=I want truck like Tommie has1;21=I want truck. 2=I want truck like Tommie has
mcsf_9_10IntegerRecommended1= This dolly big. 2= This dolly little1;21= This dolly big. 2= This dolly little
mcsf_9_11IntegerRecommended1= This pig have a broken leg; 2= This pig have a broken leg but kitty don't1;21= This pig have a broken leg; 2= This pig have a broken leg but kitty don't
mcsf_9_12IntegerRecommended1=It got broken; 2=It got broken by the car1;21=It got broken; 2=It got broken by the car
mcsf_10_1IntegerRecommendedDoes your child understand the concept of "one"? If you ask for just one (cookie, strawberry, etc.), will your child give you only one and then stop?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_2IntegerRecommendedDoes your child ask questions with more than one word that begin "what" or "where"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_3IntegerRecommendedDoes your child ask questions with more than one word that begin "why" or "how"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_4IntegerRecommendedDoes your child give reasons for things using the word "because"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_5IntegerRecommendedIf you asked your child "What is a horse?", could he/she answer "an animal"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_6IntegerRecommendedCan your child name simple shapes with the words "circle," "square," and "triangle"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_7IntegerRecommendedDoes your child talk about things that "could" or "might" happen, such as "he could hurt himself if he's not careful"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_8IntegerRecommendedDoes your child ever ask what a particular word means?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_9IntegerRecommendedCould your child tell you which of two objects is larger is they were not present - for example, "which is bigger, a horse or a dog"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_10IntegerRecommendedDoes your child know his/her right hand from his/her left hand?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_11IntegerRecommendedDoes your child use "-est" words such as "biggest" and "strongest"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcsf_10_12IntegerRecommendedCan your child answer questions such as "what do you do when you are hungry?" and "what do you do when you are tired?" with appropriate answers such as "get food," "eat," "go to sleep," and/or "take a nap"?1;01=Yes ;0=No
mcs_ex1_r2String150RecommendedMacArthur Words and Sentences: Example - list 3 longest sentences (sentence)
mcs_ex2_r2String150RecommendedMacArthur Words and Sentences: Example - list 3 longest sentences (sentence)
mcs_ex3_r2String150RecommendedMacArthur Words and Sentences: Example - list 3 longest sentences (sentence)
mcs_ex1_lenIntegerRecommendedMacArthur Words and Sentences: Example - list 3 longest sentences
mcs_ex2_lenIntegerRecommendedMacArthur Words and Sentences: Example - list 3 longest sentences
mcs_ex3_lenIntegerRecommendedMacArthur Words and Sentences: Example - list 3 longest sentences
mcs_wp_perc_below1String5RecommendedIs the Words Produced Percentile Below 1?Y;NY = Yes; N = No
mcs_wp_percIntegerRecommendedIf the percentile is not below 1 then provide Words Produced Percentile1 :: 99
combining_ynString3RecommendedCombiningYes;No
mcs_cx_ageeqIntegerRecommendedMacArthur Words and Sentences: Total Complexity Score: Age Equivalent
mcs_cx_percIntegerRecommendedIf the Complexity Score: Percentile is not below 1, then provide the percentile1 :: 99
mcs_cx_perc_below1IntegerRecommendedIs the Complexity Score: Percentile below 1?0;10 = No; 1 = Yes
mcs_cx_totalIntegerRecommendedMacArthur Words and Sentences: Total Complexity Score0::37
mcs_ul_perc_below1IntegerRecommendedUsing Language: Percentile below 1?0;10=No;1=Yes
mcs_ul_percIntegerRecommendedIf the percentile is not below 1 then provide Using Language Percentile
mcs_ul_totalIntegerRecommendedUsing Language Total Score
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