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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/projectid
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging/biospecimen was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fielddate
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
study_levelIntegerRecommendedLast degree succeeded1;2;3Level 1: school leaving certification; level 2: high school study level; level 3: high school diploma and higer education
ttt_armsString3RecommendedTreatment arms of this study. Individualized therapy (RECOS program) compared with the more general Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT)CRT;REC
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visitfollow_up
version_formString100RecommendedForm used/assessment name
nart_1IntegerRecommendedCHORD; Not a translation. French version: zinc0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_5
nart_2IntegerRecommendedACHE; Not a translation. French version: starter0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_1
nart_3IntegerRecommendedDEPOT; Not a translation. French version: agenda0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_4
nart_4IntegerRecommendedAISLE; Not a translation. French version: beotien0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_10
nart_5IntegerRecommendedBOUQUET; Not a translation. French version: prompt0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_4, nartc_6
nart_6IntegerRecommendedPSALM; Not a translation. French version: isthme0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_3
nart_7IntegerRecommendedCAPON; Not a translation. French version: occire0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_8
nart_8IntegerRecommendedDENY; Not a translation. French version: gars0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_7
nart_9IntegerRecommendedNAUSEA; Not a translation. French version: varech0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_12
nart_10IntegerRecommendedDEBT; Not a translation. French version: speaker0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_2
nart_11IntegerRecommendedCOURTEOUS; Not a translation. French version: coccyx0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_16
nart_12IntegerRecommendedRAREFY; Not a translation. French version: facetie0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_6
nart_13IntegerRecommendedEQUIVOCAL; Not a translation. French version: damner0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_13
nart_14IntegerRecommendedNAIVE; Not a translation. French version: charisme0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_14
nart_15IntegerRecommendedCATACOMB; Not a translation. French version: gnome0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_20
nart_16IntegerRecommendedGAOLED; Not a translation. French version: lichen0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_32, nartc_17
nart_17IntegerRecommendedTHYME; Not a translation. French version: argutie0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_15
nart_18IntegerRecommendedHEIR; Not a translation. French version: beatnik0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_9
nart_19IntegerRecommendedRADIX; Not a translation. French version: gnose0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_22
nart_20IntegerRecommendedASSIGNATE; Not a translation. French version: chelem0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_24, nartc_23
nart_21IntegerRecommendedHIATUS; Not a translation. French version: aulx0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_11, nartc_25
nart_22IntegerRecommendedSUBTLE; Not a translation. French version: croc0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_3, nartc_11
nart_23IntegerRecommendedPROCREATE; Not a translation. French version: stagnant0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_18
nart_24IntegerRecommendedGIST; Not a translation. French version: charale0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_7, nartc_24
nart_25IntegerRecommendedGOUGE; Not a translation. French version: caecal0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_31
nart_26IntegerRecommendedSUPERFLUOUS; Not a translation. French version: chorion0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_21
nart_27IntegerRecommendedSIMILE; Not a translation. French version: fuel0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_2, nartc_26
nart_28IntegerRecommendedBANAL; Not a translation. French version: pouls0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_42
nart_29IntegerRecommendedQUADRUPED; Not a translation. French version: scherzo0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_28, nartc_19
nart_30IntegerRecommendedCELLIST; Not a translation. French version: broc0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_16, nartc_28
nart_31IntegerRecommendedFACADE; Not a translation. French version: choanne0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_15, nartc_33
nart_32IntegerRecommendedZEALOT; Not a translation. French version: aulne0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_13, nartc_29
nart_33IntegerRecommendedDRACHM0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_39
nart_34IntegerRecommendedAEON0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_20, nartc_27
nart_35IntegerRecommendedPLACEBO0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_32
nart_36IntegerRecommendedABSTEMIOUS0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_30, nartc_30
nart_37IntegerRecommendedDETENTE0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_18, nartc_37
nart_38IntegerRecommendedIDYLL0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_40
nart_39IntegerRecommendedPUERPERAL0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_44
nart_40IntegerRecommendedAVER0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_34
nart_41IntegerRecommendedGAUCHE0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_12, nartc_38
nart_42IntegerRecommendedTOPIARY0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_25, nartc_45
nart_43IntegerRecommendedLEVIATHAN0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_27, nartc_35
nart_44IntegerRecommendedBEATIFY0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_31, nartc_41
nart_45IntegerRecommendedPRELATE0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_50
nart_46IntegerRecommendedSIDEREAL0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_29, nartc_43
nart_47IntegerRecommendedDEMESNE0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_33, nartc_46
nart_48IntegerRecommendedSYNCOPE0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_34, nartc_49
nart_49IntegerRecommendedLABILE0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnartc_47
nart_50IntegerRecommendedCAMPANILE0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
errors_totalIntegerRecommendedTotal Errors
fullscale_iqIntegerRequiredFull Scale IQ
iqscores_verbiqFloatRequiredVerbal IQ999=missing
iqscores_perfiqFloatRequiredPerformance IQ999=missing
nart_51IntegerRecommendeddebris0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_1
nart_52IntegerRecommendedreign0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_53IntegerRecommendedlingerie0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_54IntegerRecommendedrecipe0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_55IntegerRecommendedgauge0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_56IntegerRecommendedcolonel0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_5
nart_57IntegerRecommendedsubpoena0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_58IntegerRecommendedcorps0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_8
nart_59IntegerRecommendedhors d'euvre0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_9
nart_60IntegerRecommendedsieve0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_10
nart_61IntegerRecommendedparadigm0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_14
nart_62IntegerRecommendedindict0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_17
nart_63IntegerRecommendedimpugn0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_19
nart_64IntegerRecommendedepitome0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_21
nart_65IntegerRecommendedreify0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_22
nart_66IntegerRecommendedindices0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_23
nart_67IntegerRecommendedcaveat0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_26
nart_68IntegerRecommendedennui0;11=correct; 0 =incorrectnaart35_35
nart_69IntegerRecommendedcidevant0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_70IntegerRecommendedepergne0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_71IntegerRecommendedvivace0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_72IntegerRecommendedtalipes0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
nart_73IntegerRecommendedsynecdoche0;11=correct; 0 =incorrect
naart_incorrectIntegerRecommendedNumber of incorrect words
nartc_36IntegerRecommendedChagrin0;1;-91=correct; 0 =incorrect; -9 = missing
nartc_48IntegerRecommendedPhlegm0;1;-91=correct; 0 =incorrect; -9 = missing
nartcerr_1IntegerRecommendedError count on nartc_1 through nartc_250::25
nartcerr_2IntegerRecommendedError count on nartc_26 through nartc_500::25
anart3IntegerRecommendedpint0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart17IntegerRecommendedalgae0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart18IntegerRecommendedfetal0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart22IntegerRecommendedchamois0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart23IntegerRecommendedpapyrus0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart24IntegerRecommendedasthma0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart27IntegerRecommendedblatant0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart31IntegerRecommendedmeringue0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart34IntegerRecommendedpugilist0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart35IntegerRecommendedvirulent0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart36IntegerRecommendedworsted0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart38IntegerRecommendedanise0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart40IntegerRecommendedchassis0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart42IntegerRecommendedscion0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart43IntegerRecommendedcabal0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart44IntegerRecommendedapropos0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart45IntegerRecommendedcaprice0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart47IntegerRecommendedimbroglio0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
anart48IntegerRecommendedhyperbole0;10 = incorrect; 1 = correct
verbal_etotalIntegerRecommendedTotal correctanart_tc
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  • 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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