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MRI Event Form

mrievent

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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_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.mri_ef_age_calc
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldscan_date_mri
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalegender_mri
elig_r_mriDateRecommendedDate of MRI data transfermri_ef_data_date
mri_ef_eeg_checkIntegerRecommendedmri/eeg done on same day order1::41=Not done on same day;2=EEG/BehPheno before; 3=MRI scan before; 4=Unknown
mri_ef_emostrop_scanr_perctFloatRecommendedEmotional stroop scanner %
mri_ef_emostrop_scanr_runIntegerRecommendedEmotional stroop scanner
mri_ef_masdqIntegerRecommendedMRI completed MASDQ-300;10=No; 1-Yes
mri_ef_metal_checkIntegerRecommendedMRI completed metal screen0;10=No; 1-Yes
mri_ef_pracstroop_in_perctFloatRecommendedpractice Stroop % complete Final Run
mri_ef_pracstroop_in_runsFloatRecommendedPractice stroop # of runs needed in mri - 40 sec
mri_ef_pracstroop_sa_perctFloatRecommendedPractice Stroop % complete Final Run
mri_ef_pracstroop_sa_runsIntegerRecommendedMRI # of runs needed from the subjects terminal
mri_ef_reward_in_perctFloatRecommendedreward % complete Final Runs
mri_ef_reward_in_runsIntegerRecommendedreward practice number of runs in scanner
mri_ef_reward_perctFloatRecommendedpractice reward % complete Final Runs
mri_ef_reward_runsIntegerRecommendedpractice reward number of runs
mri_ef_seq_com1String100RecommendedComments for sequence 1
mri_ef_seq_com2String100RecommendedComments for sequence 2
mri_ef_seq_com3String100RecommendedComments for sequence 3
mri_ef_seq_com4String100RecommendedComments for sequence 4
mri_ef_seq_com5String100RecommendedComments for sequence 5
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp1IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 1
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp10IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 10
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp11IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 11
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp12IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 12
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp13IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 13
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp14IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 14
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp15IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 15
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp16IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 16
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp17IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 17
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp18IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 18
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp19IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 19
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp2IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 2
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp20IntegerRecommendedSequence number of Attempts 20
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp3IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 3
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp4IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 4
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp5IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 5
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp6IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 6
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp7IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 7
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp8IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 8
mri_ef_seq_num_atmp9IntegerRecommendedSequence number of attempts 9
mri_ef_seq_sel1IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 11::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel10IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 101::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel11IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 111::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel12IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 121::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel13IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 131::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel14IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 141::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel15IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 151::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel16IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 161::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel17IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 171::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel18IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 181::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel19IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 191::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel2IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 21::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel20IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 201::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel3IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 31::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel4IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 41::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel5IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 51::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel6IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 61::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel7IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 71::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel8IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 81::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_seq_sel9IntegerRecommendedSequence selector 91::121=Localizer; 2=Asset Calibration; 3=Structural; 4=fMRI B.Zero; 5=Resting State 1; 6=Emotion Recognition; 7=Reward; 8=Resting State 2; 9=DTI B.Zero; 10=DTI; 11=ASL; 12=Not Applicable
mri_ef_shapsIntegerRecommendedMRI completed SHAPS0;10=No; 1-Yes
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitemri_ef_site, site_test_mri
mri_ef_spiel1IntegerRecommendedMRI completed scan STAI0;10=No; 1-Yes
mri_ef130String100RecommendedComments for sequence 6
mri_ef131String100RecommendedComments for sequence 7
mri_ef132String100RecommendedComments for sequence 8
mri_ef133String100RecommendedComments for sequence 9
mri_ef134String100RecommendedComments for sequence 10
mri_ef140IntegerRecommendedcompleted Post scan STAI0;10=No; 1-Yes
mri_ef144IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 1
mri_ef145IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 2
mri_ef146IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 3
mri_ef147IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 4
mri_ef148IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 5
mri_ef149IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 6
mri_ef150IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 7
mri_ef151IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 8
mri_ef152IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 9
mri_ef153IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 10
mri_ef154IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 1
mri_ef155IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 2
mri_ef156IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 3
mri_ef157IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 4
mri_ef158IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 5
mri_ef159IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 6
mri_ef160IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 7
mri_ef161IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 8
mri_ef162IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 9
mri_ef163IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 10
mri_ef177String100RecommendedComments for sequence 11
mri_ef178String100RecommendedComments for sequence 12
mri_ef179String100RecommendedComments for sequence 13
mri_ef180String100RecommendedComments for sequence 14
mri_ef181IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 11
mri_ef182IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 12
mri_ef183IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 13
mri_ef184IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 14
mri_ef185IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 11
mri_ef186IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 12
mri_ef187IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 13
mri_ef188IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 14
mri_ef191String100RecommendedComments for sequence 15
mri_ef192IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 15
mri_ef193IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 15
mri_ef194IntegerRecommendedFacial Labeling Task (ECT)0;10=No; 1-Yes
mri_ef195IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 16
mri_ef196IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 16
mri_ef197String100RecommendedComments for sequence 16
mri_ef198IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 17
mri_ef199IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 17
mri_ef200String100RecommendedComments for sequence 17
mri_ef201IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 18
mri_ef202IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 18
mri_ef203String100RecommendedComments for sequence 18
mri_ef204IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 19
mri_ef205IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 19
mri_ef206String100RecommendedComments for sequence 19
mri_ef207IntegerRecommendedAcceptable Run Number 20
mri_ef208IntegerRecommendedRun number calculation 20
mri_ef209String100RecommendedComments for sequence 20
completedIntegerRecommendedChecks if completed0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=Yes, lostmri_scan_complete
strf_15DateRecommendedInitial pregnancy test datepregnant_test_date
sample_group_mriIntegerRecommendedselects sample group1;21=Clinical; 2=Healthy Control
vat_testIntegerRecommendedMRI VAT pass/fail0;1;90=fail;1=pass; 9=not collected
studyString100RecommendedStudy
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
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