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Peds - CANTAB

peds_cantab

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CANTAB: Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (2002) 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_days_dot_to_dobIntegerRecommendedAge in days obtained by subtracting the date of birth from the date of testCANTAB_Age_days_DOT_to_DOB
admin_statusString20RecommendedInstrument administration statusComplete;Partial;Not Administered;Not ApplicableCANTAB_Administration_Status
cantab_ied_initial_shiftString10RecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest indicates whether the initial set shift was intra or extradimensional
cantab_ied_original_dimensionString10RecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest original dimension (i.e., shape)
cantab_ied_outcomeString30RecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest outcome (Y=Complete; F=Fail; N=Not Complete; A=Aborted).test completed;test ended due to system error;test not completed;test failed;test aborted
cantab_ied_stage_all_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest total number of errors for all stages
cantab_ied_stage_all_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest average latency for all trials across all stages
cantab_ied_stage_all_trialsIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest total number of trials completed across al stages
cantab_ied_stage1_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 1 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage1_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 1 average latency for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage1_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 1 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stage2_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 2 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage2_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 2 average latency for all the trials for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage2_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 2 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stage3_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 3 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage3_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 3 average latency for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage3_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 3 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stage4_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 4 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage4_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 4 average latency for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage4_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 4 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stage5_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 5 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage5_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 5 average latency for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage5_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 5 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stage6_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 6 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage6_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 6 average latency for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage6_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 6 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stage7_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 7 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage7_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 7 average latency for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage7_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 7 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stage8_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 8 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage8_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 8 average latency for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage8_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 8 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stage9_errorIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 9 total number of errors
cantab_ied_stage9_latencyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 9 average latency for all the trials
cantab_ied_stage9_trialIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest stage 9 total number of trials
cantab_ied_stages_completedIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: ID/ED set shift subtest total number of stages completed up to a maximum of 9
cantab_ssp_box_errorsIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial span subtest box errors
cantab_ssp_placement_errorsIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial span subtest placement errors
cantab_ssp_spatial_spanIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial span subtest represents a summary variable indicating the subjectu2019s total spatial span score where the highest score possible is a spatial span of 9.
cantab_swm_actual_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest actual number of responses for all trials where the set length is >=4
cantab_swm_btwn_trl_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest between trial return errors represents the number of times across trials (between) that a subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed (applies to levels 4, 6 and 8 only)CANTAB_SWM_Between_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm_double_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest represents the number of times that a subject commits a return error that can be simultaneously categorized as being both a "within error" and a "between error" (applies to levels 4, 6 and 8 only)CANTAB_SWM_Double_Return_Errors
cantab_swm_optimal_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest optimal number of responses for all trials where the set length is >=4
cantab_swm_outcomeString30RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest (Y=Complete; N=Not Complete; A=Aborted)test completed;test ended due to system error;test not completed;test failed;test aborted
cantab_swm_strategyIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest use of strategy
cantab_swm_within_trl_rtrn_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest total number of within errors represents the number of times during a trial (within) that the subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed (applies to levels 4, 6 and 8 only)CANTAB_SWM_Within_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm3_actual_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest actual number of responses for all trials where the set length is 3
cantab_swm3_btwn_trl_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest between trial return errors represents the number of times across trials (between) that a subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed (applies to levels 4, 6 and 8 only)CANTAB_SWM3_Between_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm3_double_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest represents the number of times that a subject commits a return error that can be simultaneously categorized as being both a "within error" and a "between error" (applies to levels 4, 6 and 8 only)CANTAB_SWM3_Double_Return_Errors
cantab_swm3_optimal_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest optimal number of responses for all trials where the set length is 3
cantab_swm3_within_trl_rtrn_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest total number of within errors represents the number of times during a trial (within) that the subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed (applies to levels 4, 6 and 8 only)CANTAB_SWM3_Within_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm4_actual_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest actual number of responses for all trials where the set length is 4
cantab_swm4_btwn_trl_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest between trial return errors represents the number of times across trials (between) that a subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed where the set length is 4CANTAB_SWM4_Between_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm4_double_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest represents the number of times that a subject commits a return error that can be simultaneously categorized as being both a "within error" and a "between error" where the set length is 4CANTAB_SWM4_Double_Return_Errors
cantab_swm4_optimal_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest optimal number of responses for all trials where the set length is 4
cantab_swm4_within_trl_rtrn_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest total number of within errors represents the number of times during a trial (within) that the subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed where the set length is 4CANTAB_SWM4_Within_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm6_actual_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest actual number of responses for all trials where the set length is 6
cantab_swm6_btwn_trl_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest between trial return errors represents the number of times across trials (between) that a subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed where the set length is 6CANTAB_SWM6_Between_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm6_double_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest represents the number of times that a subject commits a return error that can be simultaneously categorized as being both a "within error" and a "between error" where the set length is 6CANTAB_SWM6_Double_Return_Errors
cantab_swm6_optimal_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest optimal number of responses for all trials where the set length is 6
cantab_swm6_within_trl_rtrn_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest total number of within errors represents the number of times during a trial (within) that the subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed where the set length is 6CANTAB_SWM6_Within_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm8_actual_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest actual number of responses for all trials where the set length is 8
cantab_swm8_btwn_trl_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest between trial return errors represents the number of times across trials (between) that a subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed where the set length is 8CANTAB_SWM8_Between_Trial_Return_Errors
cantab_swm8_double_return_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest represents the number of times that a subject commits a return error that can be simultaneously categorized as being both a "within error" and a "between error" where the set length is 8CANTAB_SWM8_Double_Return_Errors
cantab_swm8_optimal_responsesIntegerRecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest optimal number of responses for all trials where the set length is 8
cantab_swm8_within_trl_rtrn_erString10RecommendedCANTAB: Spatial working memory subtest total number of within errors represents the number of times during a trial (within) that the subject revisits a box from which the token has already been found and removed where the set length is 8CANTAB_SWM8_Within_Trial_Return_Errors
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