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Parent Expectancies for Therapy Scales

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Parent Expectancies for Therapy Scales

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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, int_exp_interview_date
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
respondentString20RecommendedRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
careExp_Informant
respond_detail_oth_specString255RecommendedRespondent detailscareExp_InformantOther
careexp_1IntegerRecommended1) How much do you believe that this treatment will help your child to better control his or her behavior?1::51 = Not at all; 2 = Between 2 and 3; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Between 3 and 5; 5 = A lot
careexp_2IntegerRecommended2) How much do you believe the treatment will help you in being a parent?1::51 = Not at all; 2 = Between 2 and 3; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Between 3 and 5; 5 = A lotint_expect_1
careexp_3IntegerRecommended3) How much time do you think you will have to spend outside the sessions on tasks or activities related to treatment?1::51 = No time; 2 = Between 1 and 3; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Between 3 and 5; 5 = A lot of timeint_expect_2
careexp_4IntegerRecommended4) How much of a role do you believe that you will have in your child's treatment?1::51 = No role; 2 = Between 1 and 3; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Between 3 and 5; 5 = Big roleint_expect_3
careexp_5IntegerRecommended5) I believe that the school will have to be involved in the therapy.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree strongly
careexp_6IntegerRecommended6) I believe that my child will improve quickly.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_4
careexp_7IntegerRecommended7) I believe that only my child will be seen in treatment.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree strongly
careexp_8IntegerRecommended8) I believe that it will take a long time for my child to improve.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_5
careexp_9IntegerRecommended9) I believe that all the information that I give out will be confidential.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree strongly
careexp_10IntegerRecommended10) I believe sessions will be four times a week.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree strongly
careexp_11IntegerRecommended11) Once therapy begins, I believe that my child will improve.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_6
careexp_12IntegerRecommended12) I believe that this treatment sounds reasonable for the problems that I have been experiencing with my child.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_8
careexp_13IntegerRecommended13) I believe this form of treatment will help me better understand my child's problem behaviors.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree strongly
careexp_14IntegerRecommended14) I believe I will be motivated to work in this type of treatment with a therapist.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_9
careexp_15IntegerRecommended15) I believe this treatment will be valuable in treating my child's problems.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_10
careexp_16IntegerRecommended16) I believe this treatment will improve my child's adjustment at home or at school.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_11
careexp_17IntegerRecommended17) I believe that this treatment will make my child worse.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_12
careexp_18IntegerRecommended18) I believe this treatment will be more helpful than no treatment at all.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_13
careexp_19IntegerRecommended19) To what extent do you believe therapy described will be worthwhile.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_14
careexp_20IntegerRecommended20) I believe I will have to do a lot of work outside of the sessions in order for my child to improve.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree stronglyint_expect_15
careexp_21IntegerRecommended21) How will this treatment compare in effectiveness with medical treatment (e.g., medication) for your child?1::51 = Much less effective; 2 = Somewhat less effective; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Somewhat more effective; 5 = Much more effective
careexp_22IntegerRecommended22) How will this treatment compare in effectiveness with your own attempts at dealing with the problem?1::51 = Much less effective; 2 = Somewhat less effective; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Somewhat more effective; 5 = Much more effectiveint_expect_16
int_expect_7IntegerRecommendedI believe it is important for me to participate in treatment each week.1::51 = Disagree strongly; 2 = Disagree somewhat; 3 = Neutral/Don't know; 4 = Agree somewhat; 5 = Agree strongly
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