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PROMIS Applied Cognition - Abilities

praca

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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.
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fielddate_neo
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
pc20IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to bring to mind words that I wanted to use while talking to someone1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_24IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to remember where I put things, like my keys or my wallet1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very muchpc24
pc27IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to remember to do things, like take medicine or buy something I needed1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc29_2IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to pay attention and keep track of what I am doing without extra effort1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_4IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to think clearly1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very muchpc4
pc43_2IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My mind has been as sharp as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc44_2IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My memory has been as good as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc45_2IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My thinking has been as fast as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc46_2IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to shift back and forth between two activities that require thinking1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc47_2IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to keep track of what I am doing, even if I am interrupted1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_6IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to concentrate1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very muchpc6
pc_caps1IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to form thoughts clearly1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps10IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to remember telephone numbers1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps11IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to get my point across when talking with someone1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps12IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to remember the name of a familiar object1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps13IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to think as clearly as usual without extra effort1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps14IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to remember things as easily as usual without extra effort1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps16IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My ability to remember important dates has been as good as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps17IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My ability to remember names has been as good as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps19IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My ability to keep track of lists has been as good as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps2IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My thinking has been clear1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps20IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My ability to count money has been as good as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps21IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My ability to follow driving directions has been as good as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps22IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to handle many tasks at once without losing track of what I was doing1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps23IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My ability to remember things that I need to do has been as good as usual1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps24IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to multi-task as easily as usual without extra effort1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps3IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to think clearly without extra effort1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps4IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My ability to concentrate has been good1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps5IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to focus my attention1::51=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps6IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to mentally focus1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps7IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to add and subtract numbers in my head without difficulty1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps8IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to remember the name of a familiar person1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
pc_caps9IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been able to learn new things easily, like telephone numbers or instructions1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much
aca_rsIntegerRequiredApplied Cognition Abilities raw score
aca_tsFloatRequiredApplied Cognition Abilities T score
aca_seFloatRequiredApplied Cognition Abilities standard error
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