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Parent-Teacher Relationship Scale-Second Edition (PTRS-II)

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
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 field
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
ptrs_ii_01IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We trust each other.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_02IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: It is difficult for us to work together.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_03IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We cooperate with each other.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_04IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: Communication is difficult between us.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_05IntegerRecommendedP: I respect this teacher. T: I respect this parent.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_06IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher respects me. T: This parent respects me.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_07IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We are sensitive to each other's feelings.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_08IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We have different views of right and wrong.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_09IntegerRecommendedP: When there is a problem with my child, this teacher is all talk and no action. T: When there is a problem with the student, this parent is all talk and no action.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_10IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: Keeps his or her promises to me (ie, follows through with my requests/suggestions).1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_11IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: When there is a problem, I have to solve it without getting help1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_12IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: When things aren't going well, it takes too long to work them out1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_13IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We understand each other.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_14IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We see my child's behavior differently.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_15IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We agree about who should do what regarding child/student.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_16IntegerRecommendedP: I expect more from this teacher than I get.T: I expect more from this parent than I get.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_17IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We have similar expectations of my child/student.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_18IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher tells me when he or she is pleased.T: This parent tells me when he or she is pleased.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_19IntegerRecommendedP: I don't like the way this teacher talks to me.T: I don't like the way this parent talks to me.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_20IntegerRecommendedP: I tell this teacher when I am pleased.T: I tell this parent when I am pleased.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_21IntegerRecommendedP: I tell this teacher when I am concerned.T: I tell this parent when I am concerned.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_22IntegerRecommendedP: I tell this teacher when I am worried.T: I tell this parent when I am worried.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_23IntegerRecommendedP: I ask this teacher's opinion about my child's progress.T: I ask this parent's opinion about the student's progress.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_24IntegerRecommendedP: I ask this teacher for suggestions.T: I ask this parent for suggestions.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_25IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher's suggestions are helpful.T: This parent's suggestions are helpful.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_26IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher understands my child's unique strengths and difficulties. T: This parent understands the student's unique strengths and difficulties.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_27IntegerRecommendedP: We share the same goals for my child. T: We share the same goals for the student.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_28IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher is flexible. T: This parent is flexible.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_29IntegerRecommendedP: We make decisions about my child together. T: We make decisions about the student together.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_30IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher is receptive to my requests. T: This parent is receptive to my requests.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_31IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher encourages, provides opportunities, and supports communication between us. T: This parent encourages, provides opportunities, and supports communication between us.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_32IntegerRecommendedP: I do most of the work to maintain communication with this teacher. T: I do most of the work to maintain communication with this parent.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_33IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher follows up with me when I have a request. T: This parent follows up with me when I have a request.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_34IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher is honest. T: This parent is honest.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_35IntegerRecommendedP: I feel like I am bothering this teacher when I contact him/her.T: I feel like I am bothering this parent when I contact him/her.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_36IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher is an equal, active partner.T: This parent is an equal, active partner.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_37IntegerRecommendedP: This teacher values me an equal, active partner.T: This parent values me an equal, active partner.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_38IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We see child's social skills differently.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_39IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We see child's language/communication differently.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
ptrs_ii_40IntegerRecommendedParent/Teacher: We see child's life skills (eg, eating, dressing) differently.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
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