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ABCD Sum Scores Culture & Environment Parent

abcd_sscep

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Culture and environment summary scores - parent surveys

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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/biospecimen 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
eventnameString60RequiredThe event name for which the data was collected
meim_p_ss_expFloatRecommendedMEIM-R Exploration Subscale, Mean: (meim_1_p + meim_4_p + meim_5_p)/3; Validation: All items must be answeredPhinney, J. S., and Ong, A. D. (2007) Conceptualization and measurement of ethnic identity: Current status and future directions. Journal of Counseling Psychology 54: 271-281.meim_ss_exp_p
meim_p_ss_exp_nmIntegerRecommendedMEIM-R Exploration Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersmeim_ss_exp_nm_p
meim_p_ss_exp_ntIntegerRecommendedMEIM-R Exploration Subscale, Mean: Number Total Questionsmeim_ss_exp_nt_p
meim_p_ss_comFloatRecommendedMEIM-R Commitment and Attachment Subscale, Mean: (meim_2_p + meim_3_p + meim_6_p)/3; Validation: All items must be answeredPhinney, J. S., and Ong, A. D. (2007) Conceptualization and measurement of ethnic identity: Current status and future directions. Journal of Counseling Psychology 54: 271-281.meim_ss_com_p
meim_p_ss_com_nmIntegerRecommendedMEIM-R Commitment and Attachment Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersmeim_ss_com_nm_p
meim_p_ss_com_ntIntegerRecommendedMEIM-R Commitment and Attachment Subscale, Mean: Number Total Questionsmeim_ss_com_nt_p
meim_p_ss_totalFloatRecommendedMEIM-R Overall Mean: (meim_1_p + meim_2_p + meim_3_p + meim_4_p + meim_5_p + [meim_6_p)/6; Validation: minimum of 5 items answeredPhinney, J. S., and Ong, A. D. (2007) Conceptualization and measurement of ethnic identity: Current status and future directions. Journal of Counseling Psychology 54: 271-281.meim_ss_total_p
meim_p_ss_total_nmIntegerRecommendedMEIM-R Overall Mean: Number Missing Answersmeim_ss_total_nm_p
meim_p_ss_total_ntIntegerRecommendedMEIM-R Overall Mean: Number Total Questionsmeim_ss_total_nt_p
via_p_ss_hcFloatRecommendedVIA Heritage Culture Subscale, Mean: (vancouver_q2_p + vancouver_q4_p + vancouver_q6_p + vancouver_q8_p + vancouver_q10_p + vancouver_q12_p + vancouver_q14_p + vancouver_q16_p)/8; Validation: All items must be answeredRyder, A.G., Alden, L. E., et al (2000) Is acculturation unidimensional or bidimensional? A head-to-head comparison in the prediction of personality, self-identity, and adjustment. J Pers Soc Psychol 79(1): 49-65.via_accult_ss_hc_p
via_p_ss_hc_nmIntegerRecommendedVIA Heritage Culture Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersvia_accult_ss_hc_nm_p
via_p_ss_hc_ntIntegerRecommendedVIA Heritage Culture Subscale, Mean: Number Total Questionsvia_accult_ss_hc_nt_p
via_p_ss_amerFloatRecommendedVIA American "Mainstream" Culture Subscale, Mean: (vancouver_q3_p + vancouver_q7_p + vancouver_q5_p + vancouver_q9_p + vancouver_q11_p + vancouver_q13_p + vancouver_q15_p + vancouver_q17_p)/8; Validation: All items must be answeredRyder, A.G., Alden, L. E., et al (2000) Is acculturation unidimensional or bidimensional? A head-to-head comparison in the prediction of personality, self-identity, and adjustment. J Pers Soc Psychol 79(1): 49-65.via_accult_ss_amer_p
via_p_ss_amer_nmIntegerRecommendedVIA American "Mainstream" Culture Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersvia_accult_ss_amer_nm_p
via_p_ss_amer_ntIntegerRecommendedVIA American "Mainstream" Culture Subscale, Mean: Number Total Questionsvia_accult_ss_amer_nt_p
nsc_p_ss_mean_3_itemsFloatRecommendedNeighborhood Safety Protocol: Mean of Parent Report, (neighborhood1r_p + neighborhood2r_p + neighborhood3r_p)/3; Validation: No minimumEcheverria, S. E., Diez-Roux, A. V., et al. (2004) Reliability of self-reported neighborhood characteristics. J Urban Health 81(4): 682-701; Mujahid, M. S., et al. (2007) Assessing the measurement properties of neighborhood scales: from psychometrics to ecometrics. Am J Epidemiol 165(8): 858-67.neighb_phenx_ss_mean_p
nsc_p_ss_mean_3_items_nmIntegerRecommendedNeighborhood Safety Protocol, Mean of Parent Report: Number Missing Answersneighb_phenx_ss_mean_nm_p
nsc_p_ss_mean_3_items_ntIntegerRecommendedNeighborhood Safety Protocol, Mean of Parent Report: Number Total Questionsneighb_phenx_ss_mean_nt_p
fes_p_ss_fcIntegerRecommendedConflict subscale from the Family Environment Scale Sum of Parent Report (RAW Score): fam_enviro1_p + fam_enviro2r_p + fam_enviro3_p + fam_enviro4r_p + fam_enviro5_p + fam_enviro6_p + fam_enviro7r_p + fam_enviro8_p + fam_enviro9r_p; Validation: Minimum of five items answeredNote that the scores for items that are reversed scored already reflect this scoring (fam_enviro2r_p, fam_enviro4r_p + fam_enviro7r_p, fam_enviro9r_p). Moos, R. H., and Moos, B. S. (1994) Family Environment Scale manual (3rd ed.). Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists Press.fes_ss_fc_p
fes_p_ss_fc_naIntegerRecommendedConflict subscale from the Family Environment Scale Sum of Parent Report Number Answeredfes_ss_fc_p_na
fes_p_ss_fc_prFloatRecommendedConflict subscale from the Family Environment Scale Sum of Parent Report Prorated Score (Based on minimum of five items answered)Calculation: [fes_p_ss_fc]*[fes_p_ss_fc_nt]/[fes_p_ss_fc_na] |fes_ss_fc_p_pr
fes_p_ss_fc_nmIntegerRecommendedConflict subscale from the Family Environment Scale, Sum of Parent Report: Number Missing Answersfes_ss_fc_nm_p
fes_p_ss_fc_ntIntegerRecommendedConflict subscale from the Family Environment Scale, Sum of Parent Report: Number Total Questionsfes_ss_fc_nt_p
macv_p_ss_fsFloatRecommendedMACVS Family Support Subscale, Mean: (mex_american2_p + mex_american7_p + mex_american12_p + mex_american16_p + [mex_american21_p + mex_american26_p)/6; Validation: All items must be answeredKnight, G. P., Gonzales N. A., et al. (2010) The Mexican American Cultural Values scales for Adolescents and Adults. J Early Adolesc 30(3): 444-481.macvs_ss_fs_p
macv_p_ss_fs_nmIntegerRecommendedMACVS Family Support Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersmacvs_ss_fs_nm_p
macv_p_ss_fs_ntIntegerRecommendedMACVS Family Support Subscale, Mean: Number Total Questionsmacvs_ss_fs_nt_p
macv_p_ss_foFloatRecommendedMACVS Family Obligation Subscale, Mean: (mex_american3_p + mex_american8_p + mex_american13_p + mex_american17_p + mex_american22_p)/5; Validation: All items must be answeredKnight, G. P., Gonzales N. A., et al. (2010) The Mexican American Cultural Values scales for Adolescents and Adults. J Early Adolesc 30(3): 444-481.macvs_ss_fo_p
macv_p_ss_fo_nmIntegerRecommendedMACVS Family Obligation Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersmacvs_ss_fo_nm_p
macv_p_ss_fo_ntIntegerRecommendedMACVS Family Obligation Subscale, Mean: Number Totalmacvs_ss_fo_nt_p
macv_p_ss_isrFloatRecommendedMACVS Independence & Self-Reliance Subscale, Mean: (mex_american5_p + mex_american10_p + mex_american14_p + mex_american19_p + mex_american24_p)/5; Validation: All items must be answeredKnight, G. P., Gonzales N. A., et al. (2010) The Mexican American Cultural Values scales for Adolescents and Adults. J Early Adolesc 30(3): 444-481.macvs_ss_isr_p
macv_p_ss_isr_nmIntegerRecommendedMACVS Independence & Self-Reliance Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersmacvs_ss_isr_nm_p
macv_p_ss_isr_ntIntegerRecommendedMACVS Independence & Self-Reliance Subscale, Mean: Number Total Questionsmacvs_ss_isr_nt_p
macv_p_ss_frFloatRecommendedMACVS Family as Referent Subscale, Mean: (mex_american4_p + mex_american9_p + mex_american18_p + mex_american23_p + mex_american27_p)/5; Validation: All items must be answeredKnight, G. P., Gonzales N. A., et al. (2010) The Mexican American Cultural Values scales for Adolescents and Adults. J Early Adolesc 30(3): 444-481.macvs_ss_fr_p
macv_p_ss_fr_nmIntegerRecommendedMACVS Family as Referent Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersmacvs_ss_fr_nm_p
macv_p_ss_fr_ntIntegerRecommendedMACVS Family as Referent Subscale, Mean: Number Total Questionsmacvs_ss_fr_nt_p
macv_p_ss_rFloatRecommendedMACVS Religion Subscale, Mean: (mex_american1_p + mex_american6_p + mex_american11_p + mex_american15_p + mex_american20_p + mex_american25_p) + mex_american28_p)/7; Validation: All items must be answeredKnight, G. P., Gonzales N. A., et al. (2010) The Mexican American Cultural Values scales for Adolescents and Adults. J Early Adolesc 30(3): 444-481.macvs_ss_r_p
macv_p_ss_r_nmIntegerRecommendedMACVS Religion Subscale, Mean: Number Missing Answersmacvs_ss_r_nm_p
macv_p_ss_r_ntIntegerRecommendedMACVS Religion Subscale, Mean: Number Total Questionsmacvs_ss_r_nt_p
psb_p_ss_meanFloatRecommendedProsocial Behavior Subscale Mean of Parent Report on Youth: (prosocial_q1_p + prosocial_q2_p + prosocial_q3_p)/3; Validation: Minimum of two items answeredGoodman, R. (1997) The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: a research note. J Child Psychol Psychiatry 38(5):581-6; Goodman, R., Meltzer, H., & Bailey V. (1998) The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: A pilot study of the validity of the self-report version. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 7: 125-13.prosocial_ss_mean_p
psb_p_ss_mean_nmIntegerRecommendedProsocial Behavior Subscale, Mean of Parent Report on Youth: Number Missing Answersprosocial_ss_mean_nm_p
psb_p_ss_mean_ntIntegerRecommendedProsocial Behavior Subscale, Mean of Parent report on Youth: Number Total Questionsprosocial_ss_mean_nt_p
psb_p_ss_answeredIntegerRecommendedProsocial Behavior Subscale, Mean of Parent Report on Youth: Number Answeredprosocial_ss_answered_p
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