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Movie for the Assessment of Social Cognition

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid
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 fieldsubject_id
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
masc_01String1RecommendedVideo1a;b;c;d
masc_02String1RecommendedVideo2a;b;c;d
masc_03String1RecommendedVideo3a;b;c;d
masc_04String1RecommendedVideo4a;b;c;d
masc_05String1RecommendedVideo5a;b;c;d
masc_06String1RecommendedVideo6a;b;c;d
masc_07String1RecommendedVideo7a;b;c;d
masc_08String1RecommendedVideo8a;b;c;d
masc_09String1RecommendedVideo9a;b;c;d
masc_10String1RecommendedVideo10a;b;c;d
masc_11String1RecommendedVideo11a;b;c;d
masc_12String1RecommendedVideo12a;b;c;d
masc_13String1RecommendedVideo13a;b;c;d
masc_13cString1RecommendedVideo13ca;b;c;d
masc_14String1RecommendedVideo14a;b;c;d
masc_15String1RecommendedVideo15a;b;c;d
masc_16String1RecommendedVideo16a;b;c;d
masc_17String1RecommendedVideo17a;b;c;d
masc_18String1RecommendedVideo18a;b;c;d
masc_19String1RecommendedVideo19a;b;c;d
masc_20String1RecommendedVideo20a;b;c;d
masc_2122String1RecommendedVideo21,22a;b;c;d
masc_2122cString1RecommendedVideo21,22ca;b;c;d
masc_23String1RecommendedVideo23a;b;c;d
masc_24String1RecommendedVideo24a;b;c;d
masc_25String1RecommendedVideo25a;b;c;d
masc_26String1RecommendedVideo26a;b;c;d
masc_27String1RecommendedVideo27a;b;c;d
masc_28String1RecommendedVideo28a;b;c;d
masc_29String1RecommendedVideo29a;b;c;d
masc_30String1RecommendedVideo30a;b;c;d
masc_31String1RecommendedVideo31a;b;c;d
masc_32String1RecommendedVideo32a;b;c;d
masc_33String1RecommendedVideo33a;b;c;d
masc_33cString1RecommendedVideo33ca;b;c;d
masc_34String1RecommendedVideo34a;b;c;d
masc_3536String1RecommendedVideo35,36a;b;c;d
masc_36cString1RecommendedVideo36ca;b;c;d
masc_37String1RecommendedVideo37a;b;c;d
masc_38String1RecommendedVideo38a;b;c;d
masc_38cString1RecommendedVideo38ca;b;c;d
masc_39String1RecommendedVideo39a;b;c;d
masc_40String1RecommendedVideo40a;b;c;d
masc_41String1RecommendedVideo41a;b;c;d
masc_42String1RecommendedVideo42a;b;c;d
masc_43String1RecommendedVideo43a;b;c;d
masc_44String1RecommendedVideo44a;b;c;d
masc_45String1RecommendedVideo45a;b;c;d
masc_46cString1RecommendedVideo46ca;b;c;d
masc_47cString1RecommendedVideo47ca;b;c;d
masc_48cString1RecommendedVideo48ca;b;c;d
masc_totalIntegerRecommendedTotal score ToM Questions (all except c questions)0::45
masc_rt01FloatRecommendedVideo1Second
masc_rt02FloatRecommendedVideo2Second
masc_rt03FloatRecommendedVideo3Second
masc_rt04FloatRecommendedVideo4Second
masc_rt05FloatRecommendedVideo5Second
masc_rt06FloatRecommendedVideo6Second
masc_rt07FloatRecommendedVideo7Second
masc_rt08FloatRecommendedVideo8Second
masc_rt09FloatRecommendedVideo9Second
masc_rt10FloatRecommendedVideo10Second
masc_rt11FloatRecommendedVideo11Second
masc_rt12FloatRecommendedVideo12Second
masc_rt13FloatRecommendedVideo13Second
masc_rt13cFloatRecommendedVideo13cSecond
masc_rt14FloatRecommendedVideo14Second
masc_rt15FloatRecommendedVideo15Second
masc_rt16FloatRecommendedVideo16Second
masc_rt17FloatRecommendedVideo17Second
masc_rt18FloatRecommendedVideo18Second
masc_rt19FloatRecommendedVideo19Second
masc_rt20FloatRecommendedVideo20Second
masc_rt2122FloatRecommendedVideo21,22Second
masc_rt2122cFloatRecommendedVideo21,22cSecond
masc_rt23FloatRecommendedVideo23Second
masc_rt24FloatRecommendedVideo24Second
masc_rt25FloatRecommendedVideo25Second
masc_rt26FloatRecommendedVideo26Second
masc_rt27FloatRecommendedVideo27Second
masc_rt28FloatRecommendedVideo28Second
masc_rt29FloatRecommendedVideo29Second
masc_rt30FloatRecommendedVideo30Second
masc_rt31FloatRecommendedVideo31Second
masc_rt32FloatRecommendedVideo32Second
masc_rt33FloatRecommendedVideo33Second
masc_rt33cFloatRecommendedVideo33cSecond
masc_rt34FloatRecommendedVideo34Second
masc_rt3536FloatRecommendedVideo35,36Second
masc_rt36cFloatRecommendedVideo36cSecond
masc_rt37FloatRecommendedVideo37Second
masc_rt38FloatRecommendedVideo38Second
masc_rt38cFloatRecommendedVideo38cSecond
masc_rt39FloatRecommendedVideo39Second
masc_rt40FloatRecommendedVideo40Second
masc_rt41FloatRecommendedVideo41Second
masc_rt42FloatRecommendedVideo42Second
masc_rt43FloatRecommendedVideo43Second
masc_rt44FloatRecommendedVideo44Second
masc_rt45FloatRecommendedVideo45Second
masc_rt46cFloatRecommendedVideo46cSecond
masc_rt47cFloatRecommendedVideo47cSecond
masc_rt48cFloatRecommendedVideo48cSecond
Data Structure

This page displays the data structure defined for the measure identified in the title and structure short name. The table below displays a list of data elements in this structure (also called variables) and the following information:

  • 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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