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Measured Emotion Differentiation Test

medf36

01

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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 fieldinterviewyear
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.adi_age
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
medf36_a_hap_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for Happy Trials) 0-90::9
medf36_a_sad_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for Sad Trials) 0-90::9
medf36_a_ang_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for Angry Trials) 0-90::9
medf36_a_fear_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for Fearful Trials) 0-90::9
medf36_a_hap_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct Happy Trials (ms)
medf36_a_sad_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct Sad Trials (ms)
medf36_a_ang_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct Anger Trials (ms)
medf36_a_fear_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct Fearful Trials (ms)
medf36_a_hap_rterFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Incorrect Happy Trials (ms)
medf36_a_sad_rterFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Incorrect Sad Trials (ms)
medf36_a_ang_rterFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Incorrect Anger Trials (ms)
medf36_a_fear_rterFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Incorrect Fearful Trials (ms)
medf36_a_hap_erIntegerRecommendedIncorrect Responses for Happy Trials0::9
medf36_a_sad_erIntegerRecommendedIncorrect Responses for Sad Trials0::9
medf36_a_ang_erIntegerRecommendedIncorrect Responses for Angry Trials0::9
medf36_a_fear_erIntegerRecommendedIncorrect Responses for Fearful Trials0::9
medf36_a_ca_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for Caucasian Trials
medf36_a_ca_rtcrFloatRecommendedResponse Time for Correct Caucasian Trials (ms)
medf36_a_nonca_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for Non-Caucasian Trials
medf36_a_nonca_rtcrFloatRecommendedResponse Time for Correct Non-Caucasian Trials (ms)
medf36_a_female_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for Female Trials
medf36_a_female_rtcrFloatRecommendedResponse Time for Correct Females Trials (ms)
medf36_a_pct10_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for 10 Percent Difference Trials0::5
medf36_a_pct20_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for 20 Percent Difference Trials0::5
medf36_a_pct30_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for 30 Percent Difference Trials0::8
medf36_a_pct40_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for 40 Percent Difference Trials0::7
medf36_a_pct50_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for 50 Percent Difference Trials0::5
medf36_a_pct60_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for 60 Percent Difference Trials0::2
medf36_a_same_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for No Difference Trials0::4
medf36_a_pct10_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct 10 Percent Difference Trials (ms)
medf36_a_pct20_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct 20 Percent Difference Trials (ms)
medf36_a_pct30_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct 30 Percent Difference Trials (ms)
medf36_a_pct40_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct 40 Percent Difference Trials (ms)
medf36_a_pct50_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct 50 Percent Difference Trials (ms)
medf36_a_pct60_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct 60 Percent Difference Trials (ms)
medf36_a_same_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct No Difference Trials (ms)
medf36_a_ns_crIntegerRecommendedTotal Correct Test Trials, Excluding Same Trials0::32
medf36_a_ns_rtcrFloatRecommendedMedian Response Time for Correct Test Trials, Excluding Same Same Trials (ms)
medf36_a_crIntegerRecommendedTotal Correct Responses0::36
medf36_a_rtcrFloatRecommendedResponse Time for Correct Responses (ms)
medf36_a_erIntegerRecommendedTotal Incorrect Responses0::36
medf36_a_rterFloatRecommendedResponse Time for Incorrect Responses (ms)
medf36_a_cnt_200IntegerRecommendedTotal Count Under 200 (ms)0::36
medf36_a_lrsrIntegerRecommendedLongest Run of Same Responses0::36
medf36_a_male_crIntegerRecommendedCorrect Responses for Males Trials
medf36_a_male_rtcrFloatRecommendedResponse Time for Correct Males Trials (ms)
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