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PROMIS Applied Cognition-General Concerns

pracgc

01

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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 field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
pc_1IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble forming thoughts1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc1
pc_2IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My thinking has been slow1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc2
pc_3IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My thinking has been foggy1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc3
pc_5IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble adding or subtracting numbers in my head1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc5
pc_7IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have made mistakes when writing down phone numbers1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc7
pc_8IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble concentrating1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc8
pc_10IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble finding my way to a familiar place1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc10
pc_11IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble remembering where I put things, like my keys or my wallet1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc11
pc_12IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble remembering whether I did things I was supposed to do, like taking a medicine or buying something I needed1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc12
pc_13IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble remembering new information, like phone numbers or simple instructions1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc13
pc_14IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble recalling the name of an object while talking to someone1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc14
pc_15IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...Words I wanted to use have seemed to be on the "tip of my tongue1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc15
pc_16IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble finding the right word(s) to express myself1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)pc16
pc18IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble speaking fluently1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc21IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have walked into a room and forgotten what I meant to get or do there1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc22IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have needed medical instructions repeated because I could not keep them straight1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc25IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had to work really hard to pay attention or I would make a mistake1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc26IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have forgotten names of people soon after being introduced1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc28IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My reactions in everyday situations have been slow1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc30IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...Other people have told me I seemed to have trouble remembering "information1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc35IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...It has seemed like my brain was not working as well as usual1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc36IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had to work harder than usual to keep track of what I was doing1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc37IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My thinking has been slower than usual1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc38IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had to work harder than usual to express myself clearly1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc39IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had more problems conversing with others1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc40IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had to use written lists more often than usual so I would not forget things1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc41IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble keeping track of what I was doing when interrupted1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc42IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had trouble shifting back and forth between different activities that require thinking1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc48IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have hidden my problems with memory, concentration, or making mental mistakes so that others would not notice1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc49IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have been upset about my problems with memory, concentration, or making mental mistakes1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc50IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My problems with memory, concentration, or making mental mistakes have interfered with my ability to work1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc51IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My problems with memory, concentration, or making mental mistakes have interfered with my ability to do things I enjoy1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc53IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...My problems with memory, concentration, or making mental mistakes have interfered with the quality of my life1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
pc_caps25IntegerRecommendedIn the past 7 days...I have had difficulty multi-tasking1::51=Never; 2=Rarely (Once); 3=Sometimes (Two or three times); 4=Often (About once a day); 5=Very often (Several tiems a day)
acgc_rsIntegerRequiredApplied Cognition-General Concerns raw score
acgc_tsFloatRequiredApplied Cognition-General Concerns T score
acgc_seFloatRequiredApplied Cognition-General Concerns standard error
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