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Peds - BSID II Behavior Rating Scale

peds_bsid_ii_behavior

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Bayley Scales of Infant Development, Second Edition, Behavior Rating Scale (1993) as defined by the NIH Pediatric MRI Project

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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/projectSubject_ID
timepoint_labelString5RecommendedTimepoint/visit label
age_in_days_dot_to_edcIntegerRecommendedAge in days obtained by subtracting the Expected Date of Confinement (EDC/Due Date) from the date of testBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Age_in_Days_DOT_to_EDC
admin_statusString20RecommendedInstrument administration statusComplete;Partial;Not Administered;Not ApplicableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Administration_Status
bsid_ii_brs_age_groupString20RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Age Group (1-5 Months, 6-12 Months, 13-43 Months)1-5 Months;6-12 Months;13-42 MonthsBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Age_Group
bsid_ii_brs_item_1String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 1 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Very atypical; caregiver never sees this type of behavior; 2 = Mostly atypical; 3 = Somewhat atypical; caregiver sees this type of behavior on some occasions; 4 = Typical; 5 = Very typical; carevier always sees this type of behavior; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_1
bsid_ii_brs_item_2String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 2 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Poor indicator of child's optimal performance; child always performs much better; 2 = Barely adequate; 3 = Adequate; child performs as well, on average; 4 = Good; 5 = Excellent; child never performs better; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_2
bsid_ii_brs_item_3String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 3 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Drowsy or asleep; 2 = Typically drowsy; a few moments of wakefulness; 3 = Drowsy half the time; awake and alert half the time; 4 = Typically awake and alert; a few moments of drowsiness; 5 = Awake and alert; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_3
bsid_ii_brs_item_4String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 4 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Constant changes from state of drowsiness of sleeping to alert state; 2 = Frequent changes of state of drowsiness or sleeping to alert state; 3 = Several changes of state of drowsiness or sleeping to alert state; 4 = One or two changes in state of drowsiness or sleeping to alert state; 5 = Constant state of drowsiness or alertness; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_4
bsid_ii_brs_item_5String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 5 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = No positive affect displayed; 2 = One or two brief displays of positive affect; 3 = Three or more brief displays of positive affect; 4 = One or two intense, heightened, or prolonged displays of positive affect; 5 = Three or more intense, heightened, or prolonged displays of positive affect; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_5
bsid_ii_brs_item_6String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 6 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Three or more intense, heightened, or prolonged displays of negative affect; 2 = One or two intense, heightened, or prolonged displays of negative affect; 3 = Three or more brief displays of negative affect; 4 = One or two brief displays of negative affect; 5 = No negative affect displayed; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_6
bsid_ii_brs_item_7String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 7 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Cannot be soothed; 2 = Soothed only by being physically comforted (e.g., held, patted); 3 = Soothed by being given a desired toy or object; 4 = Soothed by being spoken to; 5 = Does not need external assistance to be soothed; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_7
bsid_ii_brs_item_8String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 8 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Constantly hypersensitive; hypersensitivity disrupts testing; 2 = Typically hypersensitive; returns to test activity in one or two instances; 3 = Occasionally hypersensitive; 4 = Typically reacts appropriately; hypersensitive in a few instances; 5 = Constantly responds appropriately; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_8
bsid_ii_brs_item_9String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 9 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently lacks animation or energy; tired and lackluster; 2 = Typically tired and lackluster; one or two periods of animation or energy; 3 = Animated or energetic half the time; tired and lackluster half the time; 4 = Typically animated or energetic; one or two period of being tired and lackluster; 5 = Consistently animated or energetic; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_9
bsid_ii_brs_item_10String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 10 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently resists relinquishing materials and/or refused to accept new materials; 2 = Typically resists relinquishing materials and/or refuses to accept new materials; makes one or two transitions easily; 3 = Makes poor transitions half the time; makes good transitions half the time; 4 = Typically relinquishes materials and accepts new materials; one or two poor transitions; 5 = Consistently relinquishes materials and accepts new materials; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_10
bsid_ii_brs_item_11String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 11 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = No interest; 2 = One or two displays of interest; 3 = Moderate interest; 4 = Much interest; 5 = Constant interest; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_11
bsid_ii_brs_item_12String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 12 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently shows no initiative; 2 = Typically shows no initiative; one or two instances of initiative; 3 = Shows initiative half the time; 4 = Typically shows initiative; one or two instances of no initiative; 5 = Consistently shows initiative; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_12
bsid_ii_brs_item_13String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 13 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = No exploration; 2 = One or two instances of exploration; 3 = Moderate exploration; 4 = Much exploration; 5 = Constant exploration; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_13
bsid_ii_brs_item_14String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 14 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Constantly off task; does not attend; 2 = Typically off task; attends in one or two instances; 3 = Off task half the time; 4 = Typically attends; attention wanders in one or two instances; 5 = Constantly attends; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_14
bsid_ii_brs_item_15String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 15 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently lacks persistence; 2 = Typically not persistent; one or two instances of persistence; 3 = Lacks persistence half the time; 4 = Typically persistent; lacks persistence in one or two instances; 5 = Consistently persistent; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_15
bsid_ii_brs_item_16String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 16 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently unenthusiastic; no particular interest beyond attending to the tasks; 2 = Typically unenthusiastic; enthusiastic in one or two instances; 3 = Unenthusiastic half the time; 4 = Typically enthusiastic; unenthusiastic in one or two instances; 5 = Consistently enthusiastic; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_16
bsid_ii_brs_item_17String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 17 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Constantly fearful; never trusting; 2 = Typically fearful; one or two instances of trust; 3 = Fearful half the time; trusting half the time; 4 = Typically trusting; one or two instances of fear; 5 = Constantly trusting; never fearful; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_17
bsid_ii_brs_item_18String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 18 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently becomes frustrated; 2 = Typically becomes frustrated; 3 = Occasionally becomes frustrated; 4 = Rarely becomes frustrated; 5 = Never becomes frustrated; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_18
bsid_ii_brs_item_19String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 19 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently avoids or resists; never responsive; 2 = Typically avoids or resists; one or two instances of responsiveness; 3 = Avoids or resists half the time; responds half the time; 4 = Typically responds; one or two instances of avoidance or resistance; 5 = Consistently responds; never avoidant or resistant; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_19
bsid_ii_brs_item_20String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 20 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = No attempts to interact socially; 2 = One or two attempts to interact socially; 3 = Several attempts to interact socially; 4 = Many attempts to interact socially; 5 = Constant attempts to interact socially; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_20
bsid_ii_brs_item_21String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 21 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently resists suggestions or requests; 2 = Typically resists suggestions or requests; one or two instances of cooperation; 3 = Resists suggestions or requests half the time; cooperates half the time; 4 = Typically cooperates; one or two instances of resistance; 5 = Consistently cooperates; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_21
bsid_ii_brs_item_22String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 22 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently inappropriate; 2 = Typically inappropriate; one or two instances of appropriate gross-motor movement; 3 = Inappropriate half the time; appropriate half the time; 4 = Typically appropriate; one or two instances of inappropriate gross-motor movement; 5 = Consistently appropriate; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_22
bsid_ii_brs_item_23String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 23 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently inappropriate; 2 = Typically inappropriate; one or two instances of appropriate fine-motor movement; 3 = Inappropriate half the time; appropriate half the time; 4 = Typically appropriate; one or two instances of inappropriate fine-motor movement; 5 = Consistently appropriate; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_23
bsid_ii_brs_item_24String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 24 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently jerky or clumsy; 2 = Typically jerky or clumsy; 3 = Jerky or clumsy half the time; smooth or coordinated half the time; 4 = Typically smooth or coordinated; 5 = Consistently smooth or coordinated; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_24
bsid_ii_brs_item_25String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 25 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently hypotonic; like a rag doll; 2 = Typically hypotonic; one or two instances of normal muscle tone; 3 = Hypotonic half the time; normal muscle tone half the time; 4 = Typically normal muscle tone; one or two instances of hypotonicity; 5 = Absence of hypotonicity; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_25
bsid_ii_brs_item_26String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 26 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently hypertonic; muscles are rigid and tight; 2 = Typically hypertonic; one or two instances of normal muscle tone; 3 = Hypertonic half the time; normal muscle tone half the time; 4 = Typically normal muscle tone; one or two instances of hypertonicity; 5 = Absence of hypertonicity; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_26
bsid_ii_brs_item_27String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 27 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Constant; 2 = Frequent; 3 = Occasional; 4 = Infrequent; 5 = None; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_27
bsid_ii_brs_item_28String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 28 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently slow and delayed; 2 = Typically slow and delayed; one or two instances of movement that has appropriate timing and pacing; 3 = Slow and delayed half the time; appropriately timed and paced half the time; 4 = Typically appropriate timing and pacing; one or two instances of slow and delayed movement; 5 = Consistently appropriate timing and pacing; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_28
bsid_ii_brs_item_29String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 29 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently frenetic; 2 = Typically frenetic; one or two instances of movement that has appropriate timing and pacing; 3 = Frenetic half the time; appropriately timed and paced half the time; 4 = Typically appropriate timing and pacing; one or two instances of frenetic movement; 5 = Consistently appropriate timing and pacing; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_29
bsid_ii_brs_item_30String2RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Item 30 Score (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, NA=Not Available)1;2;3;4;5;NA1 = Consistently hyperactive; fidgety and agitated in movement; 2 = Typically hyperactive; one or two instances of appropriate activity level; 3 = Hyperactive half the time; appropriate activity level half the time; 4 = Typically not hyperactive; one or two instances of hyperactivity; 5 = Consistently not hyperactive; never fidgety or agitated in movement; NA = Not availableBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Item_30
bsid_ii_brs_add_items_rawIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Additional Items Raw ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Additional_Items_Raw_Score
bsid_ii_brs_att_arousal_rawIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Attention/Arousal Raw ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Attention_Arousal_Raw_Score
bsid_ii_brs_att_arousal_percIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Attention/Arousal Percentile ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Attention_Arousal_Perc_Score
bsid_ii_brs_att_arousal_classString5RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Attention/Arousal Classification (NO=Non-Optimal, Q=Questionable, WNL = Within Normal Limits)NO;Q;WNLNO = Non-optimal; Q = Questionable; WNL = Within normal limitsBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Attention_Arousal_Class
bsid_ii_brs_emotional_reg_rawIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Emotional Regulation Raw ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Emotional_Regulation_Raw_Score
bsid_ii_brs_emotional_reg_percIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Emotional Regulation Percentile ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Emotional_Regulation_Perc_Score
bsid_ii_brs_emotional_reg_clString5RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Emotional Regulation Classification (NO=Non-Optimal, Q=Questionable, WNL = Within Normal Limits)NO;Q;WNLNO = Non-optimal; Q = Questionable; WNL = Within normal limitsBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Emotional_Regulation_Class
bsid_ii_brs_motor_quality_rawIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Motor Quality Raw ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Motor_Quality_Raw_Score
bsid_ii_brs_motor_quality_percIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Motor Quality Percentile ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Motor_Quality_Perc_Score
bsid_ii_brs_motor_quality_clString5RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Motor Quality Classification (NO=Non-Optimal, Q=Questionable, WNL = Within Normal Limits)NO;Q;WNLNO = Non-optimal; Q = Questionable; WNL = Within normal limitsBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Motor_Quality_Class
bsid_ii_brs_orient_engage_rawIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Orientation/Engagement Raw ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Orientation_Engagement_Raw_Score
bsid_ii_brs_orient_engage_percIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Orientation/Engagement Percentile ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Orientation_Engagement_Perc_Score
bsid_ii_brs_orient_engage_clString5RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Orientation/Engagement Classification (NO=Non-Optimal, Q=Questionable, WNL = Within Normal Limits)NO;Q;WNLBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Orientation_Engagement__Class
bsid_ii_brs_total_scoreIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Total Score Raw ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Total_Score
bsid_ii_brs_tot_score_perc_scIntegerRecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Total Score Percentile ScoreBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Total_Score_Perc_Score
bsid_ii_brs_total_score_classString5RecommendedBayley Scales of Infant Development II Behavior Rating Scale: Total Score Classification (NO=Non-Optimal, Q=Questionable, WNL = Within Normal Limits)NO;Q;WNLNO = Non-optimal; Q = Questionable; WNL = Within normal limitsBSID_II_Behavior_Rating_Scale_Total_Score_Class
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