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Updated version of the HCP Data Dictionary for the 1200 Subjects Release is now available as a spreadsheet: 

HCP_S1200_DataDictionary_Aug2017.xls

Up to date variable descriptions are also viewable within the ConnectomeDB subject dashboard by mousing over the column name or selecting Data Dictionary from the column name dropdown.


Note: The information below is out of date-- please download the spreadsheet at the link above for current variable descriptions.


Dashboard filtering starts at the Category level, and each category is represented by a separate data table in the ConnectomeDB interface. Multiple data tables are arranged in a tabbed format. 

Each "Instrument" contains multiple "Attributes" - these attributes correspond to actual columns of data in ConnectomeDB. 

All Categories and Instruments

Category: Subject Information

Instrument: Demographics 

Display Name (in menu)Column HeaderAccessValidation(Enumerated) ValuesComparatorsDescription
SubjectSubjectOpen^[A-z0-9_,|]+$ =, NOT =, CONTAINS, DOESN'T CONTAIN, IS EMPTY, IS NOT EMPTYHCP Subject ID
Quarterly ReleaseReleaseOpen 
  • Q1
  • Q2
  • Q3
  • 500
=HCP data release in which this subject's data was initially published to ConnectomeDB. Note: “Release” does not indicate the version of the pipelines used to process subject data. Check the release-notes distributed with each processed dataset for pipeline version information.
GenderGenderOpen 
  • M
  • F
=Gender of Subject
Age RangeAgeOpen 
  • 22-25
  • 26-30
  • 31-35
  • >35
Age group of Participant, banded in five-year increments
Age in YearsAge_in_YrsTier 1 Restricted
^[0-9]+$
 =, NOT =, <, >

Age of Participant in Years

Twin StatusTwin_StatTier 1 Restricted 
  • Not a twin
  • Twin
=, NOT = 
ZygosityZygosityTier 1 Restricted 
  • Not a twin
  • Monozygotic
  • Not Monozygotic
=, NOT = 
Mother IDMother_IDTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ =, NOT = 
Father IDFather_IDTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ =, NOT = 
RaceRaceTier 1 Restricted

 

  • Am. Indian/Alaskan Nat.
  • Asian/Nat. Hawaiian/Othr Pacific Is.
  • Black or African Am.
  • White
  • More than one
  • Unknown or Not Reported
=, NOT = 
EthnicityEthnicityTier 1 Restricted

 

  • Hispanic/Latino
  • Not Hispanic/Latino
  • Unknown or Not Reported
=, NOT = 
HandednessHandednessTier 1 Restricted
^[-+]?([0-9]{1,2}|100)$
 =, NOT =, <, >Handedness of participant from -100 to 100. Negative numbers indicate that a subject is more left-handed than right-handed, while positive numbers indicate that a subject is more right-handed than left-handed. See Schachter et al., Associations of handedness with hair color and learning disabilities. Neuropsychologia, 25:269-276, 1987. for more information on how these laterality scores are calculated.
Employment StatusSSAGA_EmployTier 1 Restricted   Participant's employment status: not working = 0, part-time employment = 1; full-time employment = 2
IncomeSSAGA_IncomeTier 1 Restricted   Total household income: <$10,000 = 1,10K-19,999 = 2, 20K-29,999 = 3,30K-39,999 = 4, 40K-49,999 = 5, 50K-74,999 = 6, 75K-99,999 = 7, >=100,000 = 8
EducationSSAGA_EducTier 1 Restricted   Years of education completed: <11 = 11; 12; 13; 14; 15; 16; 17+ = 17
Still in SchoolSSAGA_InSchoolTier 1 Restricted   Is respondent still in school for degree course? no = 0; yes = 1
Relationship StatusSSAGA_RlshpTier 1 Restricted   Is respondent married or in live-in relationship? no = 0; yes = 1
Missouri BornSSAGA_MOBornTier 1 Restricted   Is respondent Missouri born? no = 0; yes = 1

Category: Study Completion

Instrument: Study Completion: 3T MR

Display Name (in menu)Column HeaderAccessValidation(Enumerated) ValuesComparatorsDescription
Full Imaging Protocol Completed

Full_MR_Compl

Open 
  • True
  • False
=

Full HCP MRI protocol was completed

T1 Scan CountT1_CountOpen 

0,1,2

=,NOT =,<,>Number of T1 scans collected
T2 Scan CountT2_CountOpen 

0,1,2

=,NOT =,<,>Number of T2 scans collected
Resting State fMRI CountRS-fMRI_CountOpen 

0,1,2,3,4

=,NOT =,<,>Number of resting state scans collected
Full Task fMRI Protocol CompletedFull_Task_fMRIOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Full task fMRI protocol was completed
Task fMRI – Working Memory CompletedfMRI_WM_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Working memory task fMRI was collected
Task fMRI – Gambling CompletedfMRI_Gamb_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Gambling task fMRI was collected
Task fMRI – Motor CompletedfMRI_Mot_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Motor task fMRI was collected
Task fMRI – Language CompletedfMRI_Lang_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Language task fMRI was collected
Task fMRI – Social Cognition CompletedfMRI_Soc_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Social cognition task fMRI was collected
Task fMRI – Relational Processing CompletedfMRI_Rel_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Relational processing task fMRI was collected
Task fMRI – Emotion Processing CompletedfMRI_Emo_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Emotion processing task fMRI was collected
Diffusion MRI CompleteddMRI_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=  Full diffusion MRI protocol was collected

Instrument: Image Reconstruction Info: 3T MR

Display Name (in menu)Column HeaderAccessValidation(Enumerated) ValuesComparatorsDescription
3T MR dMRI Recon Version

dMRI_3T_ReconVrs

Open 

 

  
3T MR fMRI Recon VersionfMRI_3T_ReconVrsOpen    

Instrument: Study Completion - MEG

Display Name (in menu)Column HeaderAccessValidation(Enumerated) ValuesComparatorsDescription
Any MEG Data Available

MEG_AnyData

Open 

True False

= 
Full Protocol Complete

MEG_FullProt_Compl

Open True False= 
Head Model AvailableMEG_HeadModel_AvailOpen True False= 
Cortical Ribbon AvailableMEG_CortRibn_AvailOpen True False= 
Anatomy Data AvailableMEG_Anatomy_AvailOpen True False= 
Anatomy Data CompleteMEG_Anatomy_ComplOpen True False= 
Noise Data AvailableMEG_Noise_AvailOpen True False= 
Noise Data CompleteMEG_Noise_ComplOpen True False= 
Resting State Data AvailableMEG_RS_AvailOpen True False= 
Resting State Data CompleteMEG_RS_ComplOpen True False= 
Working Memory Data AvailableMEG_WM_AvailOpen True False= 
Working Memory Data CompleteMEG_WM_ComplOpen True False= 
Story Math Data AvailableMEG_StoryMath_AvailOpen True False= 
Story Math Data CompleteMEG_StoryMath_ComplOpen True False= 
Motor Data AvailableMEG_Motor_AvailOpen True False= 
Motor Data CompleteMEG_Motor_ComplOpen True False= 

Instrument: Study Completion - Behavioral

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidation(Enumerated) ValuesComparatorsDescription
Full Non-Toolbox Battery CompletedNon-TB_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Full non-NIH Toolbox behavioral battery was completed
Visual Processing CompletedVisProc_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Mars Contrast Sensitivity Test (Visual Processing) was completed
Delay Discounting CompletedDelDisc_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Self-regulation/Impulsivity (Delay Discounting) assessment was completed
Short Penn Continuous Performance Test (SCPT) CompletedSCPT_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Short Penn Continuous Performance Test (SCPT) (Sustained Attention) was completed
Penn Word Memory Test (IWRD) CompletedIWRD_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Penn Word Memory Test (IWRD) (Verbal Episodic Memory) was completed
Penn Matrix Test (PMAT) CompletedPMAT_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Fluid Intelligence (Penn Progressive Matrices) was completed
Variable Short Penn Line Orientation Test (VSPLOT) CompletedVSPLOT_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Spatial Orientation (Variable Short Penn Line Orientation Test) was completed
Emotion Recognition (Penn Emotion Recognition Test) CompletedEmoRecog_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Emotion Recognition (Penn Emotion Recognition Test) was completed
Five Factor Model (NEO-FFI) CompletedNEO-FFI_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Five Factor Model (NEO-FFI) was completed
Achenbach Adult Self Report (ASR) - Syndrome Scale CompletedASR-Syn_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Achenbach Adult Self Report (ASR) - Syndrome Scale was completed
Achenbach Adult Self Report (ASR) - DSM-Oriented Scale CompletedASR-DSM_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Achenbach Adult Self Report (ASR) - DSM-Oriented Scale was completed
Full NIH Toolbox Battery CompletedToolbox_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Full NIH Toolbox behavioral battery was completed
Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) CompletedMMSE_ScoreOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) was completed
Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) CompletedPSQI_ScoreOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI) was completed
Full Alertness Battery CompletedAlert_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
=Full alertness battery was completed
Alcohol and Smoking Questionnaire (ASQ) CompletedASQ_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
= 
Family Psychiatric and Neuro.FamPsychNeuro_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
= 
SSAGA Demographics CompletedSSAGA_Demo_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
= 
SSAGA Mental Health CompletedSSAGA_Mental_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
= 
SSAGA Alcohol Use and Dependence CompletedSSAGA_Alc_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
= 
SSAGA Illicit Drug Use and Dependence CompletedSSAGA_Illicit_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
= 
SSAGA Tobacco Use and Dependence CompletedSSAGA_Tob_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
= 
SSAGA Marijuana Use and Dependence CompletedSSAGA_Mj_ComplOpen 
  • True
  • False
= 

Category: MR Sessions

Instrument: Session Information

Display Name (in menu)Column HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
MR Session Label

MRsession_Label

Open^[A-z0-9_,|]+$=, NOT =, CONTAINS, DOESN'T CONTAIN, IS EMPTY, IS NOT EMPTY 
MR Session Scanner

MRsession_Scanner

Open ^[A-z0-9_,|]+$=, NOT =, CONTAINS, DOESN'T CONTAIN, IS EMPTY, IS NOT EMPTY 
MR Session Scans

MRsession_Scans

Open ^[A-z0-9_,|()]+$=, NOT =, CONTAINS, DOESN'T CONTAIN, IS EMPTY, IS NOT EMPTY 

Category: Health and Family History

Instrument: Physical Health

Display Name (in menu)Column HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
HeightHeightTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ =, NOT =, <, >Height of Participant in Inches
WeightWeightTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ =, NOT =, <, >Weight of Participant in Pounds
Body Mass IndexBMITier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ =, NOT =, <, >BMI = 703 * weight (lb) / (height in.)^2
BMI CategorySSAGA_BMICatTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ =, NOT =, <, >Participant's current self-reported BMI category: lean/underweight = 1; overweight = 2; obese =3 ; obese II or III (BMI>=35) = 4
BMI Category HeaviestSSAGA_BMICatHeaviestTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ =, NOT =, <, >Participant' self-reported BMI category for their heaviest period: lean/underweight = 1; overweight = 2; obese =3 ; obese II or III (BMI>=35) = 4
Blood Drawn?Blood_DrawnTier 1 Restricted =Was blood drawn from participant for hematocrit, TSH and HBA1C testing?  Yes = 1, No = 2
Hematocrit Sample 1Hematocrit_1Tier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Blood sample 1 percentage of total blood volume that are red blood cells. The normal range is 38.8 to 50 percent for men and 34.9 to 44.5 percent for women.
Hematocrit Sample 2Hematocrit_2Tier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Blood sample 2 percentage of total blood volume that are red blood cells. The normal range is 38.8 to 50 percent for men and 34.9 to 44.5 percent for women.
Blood Pressure - SystolicBPSystolicTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Systolic blood pressure of subject. A normal systolic blood pressure is below 120.
Blood Pressure - DiastolicBPDiastolicTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Diastolic blood pressure of subject. A normal diastolic blood pressure is below 80.
Thyroid Stimulating HormoneThyroidHormoneTier 2 Restricted^[A-z0-9_,|]+$=,NOT =,<,>Amount of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) in subject's blood in milliunits per liter (mU/L). A normal range for TSH is 0.4 mU/L to 4.0 mU/L.
Hemoglobin A1C (HbA1C)HbA1CTier 2 Restricted^[A-z0-9_,|]+$=,NOT =,<,>Percentage of subject's hemoglobin that is coated with sugar (glycated). Normal A1C level range is 4.5 to 6 percent. Higher than normal levels indicate risk for diabetes.
HypothyroidismHypothyroidismTier 2 Restricted =

History of Hypothyroidism? Yes = 1, No = 0

Hypothyroidism - Age at onsetHypothyroidism_OnsetTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>

Age in years of hypothyroidism onset, if applicable 

HyperthyroidismHyperthyroidismTier 2 Restricted =

History of Hyperthyroidism? Yes = 1, No = 0

Hyperthyroidism - Age at onsetHyperthyroidism_OnsetTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Age in years of hyperthyroidism onset, if applicable
Other Endocrine ProblemOtherEndocrn_ProbTier 2 Restricted =

History of other endocrine disorder? Yes = 1, No = 0

Other Endocrine Problem - Age at onsetOtherEndocrine_ProbOnsetTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Age in years of other endocrine disorder onset, if applicable
Menstrual - Regular cycles

Menstrual_RegCycles

Tier 1 Restricted =

Does the participant report having regular menstrual cycles? Yes = 1, No = 0 (Asked of female participants only)

Menstrual - Explain (If no)Menstrual_ExplainTier 1 Restricted^[A-z0-9_,|]+$=,NOT =,<,>If participant is not having regular menstrual cycles, explain possible reasons why. (Asked of female participants only)
Menstrual - Age Cycle BeganMenstrual_AgeBeganTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Participant's age at first menstrual cycle. (Asked of female participants only)
Menstrual - Cycle Length (between start dates)Menstrual_CycleLengthTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Average length of participant's menstrual cycles in days. 1=Less than 25 days, 2=Between 25-35 days, and 3=More than every 35 days (Asked of female participants only)
Menstrual - Days Since Last PeriodMenstrual_DaysSinceLastTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Number of days since last menstrual period occurred. (Asked of female participants only)
Menstrual - Age Cycles Became IrregularMenstrual_AgeIrregTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Participant's age when menstrual cycles became irregular in length? (Asked of female participants only)
Menstrual - Age Cycles StoppedMenstrual_AgeStopTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Participant's age when menstrual cycles stopped. (Asked of female participants only)
Menstrual - If amenorrheic, months since menarcheMenstrual_MonthsSinceStopTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>

If participant is amenorrheic, months since menarche (cycle stopped). (Asked of female participants only)

Menstrual - Using birth control pills, progesterone, or fertility drugsManstrual_UsingBirthControlTier 1 Restricted =

Is participant using birth control pills, progesterone, or fertility drugs? Yes = 1, No = 0 (Asked of female participants only)

Menstrual - Birth control/Fertility drug codeMenstrual_BirthControlCodeTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>

What birth control, progesterone, or fertility drugs is the participant using? 1=OC's for contraception, 2=OC's primarily for menstrual regulation, 3=estradiol for menstrual regulation, 4=progesterone for menstrual regulation, 5=fertility therapy, 6=other, 7=unknown  (Asked of female participants only)

Instrument: Family History of Psychiatric and Neurologic Disorders

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators  Description
Schizophrenia or Psychosis - Mother

FamHist_Moth_Scz

Tier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their mother had schizophrenia or psychosis.
Schizophrenia or Psychosis - Father

FamHist_Fath_Scz

Tier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their father had schizophrenia or psychosis.
Depression - MotherFamHist_Moth_DepTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their mother had depression.
Depression - FatherFamHist_Fath_DepTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their father had depression.
Bipolar Disorder - MotherFamHist_Moth_BPTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their mother had bipolar disorder.
Bipolar Disorder - FatherFamHist_Fath_BPTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their father had bipolar disorder.
Anxiety - MotherFamHist_Moth_AnxTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their mother had anxiety.
Anxiety - FatherFamHist_Fath_AnxTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their father had anxiety.
Drug or Alcohol Problems - Mother

FamHist_Moth_DrgAlc

Tier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their mother had drug or alcohol problems.
Drug or Alcohol Problems - Father

FamHist_Fath_DrgAlc

Tier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their father had drug or alcohol problems.
Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia - MotherFamHist_Moth_AlzTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their mother had Alzheimer's Disease or dementia.
Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia - FatherFamHist_Fath_AlzTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their father had Alzheimer's Disease or dementia.
Parkinson's Disease - MotherFamHist_Moth_PDTier 2 Restricted =

Does the participant report that their mother had Parkinson's Disease.

Parkinson's Disease - FatherFamHist_Fath_PDTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their father had Parkinson's Disease.
Tourette's Syndrome - MotherFamHist_Moth_TSTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their mother had Tourette's Syndrome.
Tourette's Syndrome - FatherFamHist_Fath_TSTier 2 Restricted =Does the participant report that their father had Tourette's Syndrome.
None of the above - MotherFamHist_Moth_NoneTier 2 Restricted = 
None of the above - FatherFamHist_Fath_NoneTier 2 Restricted = 

Category: Alertness

Instrument: Cognitive Status (Mini Mental Status Exam)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Mini Mental Status Exam Total ScoreMMSE_ScoreOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Excluded Fields: Cognitive Status (Mini Mental Status Exam)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
I. Orientation - Today's YearMMSE_Orientation_YearOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
I. Orientation - Current MonthMMSE_Orientation_MonthOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
I. Orientation - Day (e.g. Monday)MMSE_Orientation_DayOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
I. Orientation - SeasonMMSE_Orientation_SeasonOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
I. Orientation - Name of Hospital/ClinicMMSE_Orientation_HospitalOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
I. Orientation - What FloorMMSE_Orientation_FloorOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
I. Orientation - What CityMMSE_Orientation_CityOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
I. Orientation - What CountyMMSE_Orientation_CountyOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
I. Orientation - What StateMMSE_Orientation_StateOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
II. Immediate Recall - BallMMSE_IR_BallOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
II. Immediate Recall - FlagMMSE_IR_FlagOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
II. Immediate Recall - TreeMMSE_IR_TreeOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
II. Immediate Recall - Number of TrialsMMSE_IR_Num_TrialsOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation A. Counting Backwards Test - 93MMSE_AC_CountBW_93Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation A. Counting Backwards Test - 86MMSE_AC_CountBW_86Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation A. Counting Backwards Test - 79MMSE_AC_CountBW_79Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation A. Counting Backwards Test - 72MMSE_AC_CountBW_72Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation A. Counting Backwards Test - 65MMSE_AC_CountBW_65Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation B. Spelling Backwards Test - DMMSE_AC_SpellBW_DOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation B. Spelling Backwards Test - LMMSE_AC_SpellBW_LOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation B. Spelling Backwards Test - RMMSE_AC_SpellBW_ROpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation B. Spelling Backwards Test - OMMSE_AC_SpellBW_OOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation B. Spelling Backwards Test - WMMSE_AC_SpellBW_WOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
III. Attention and Calculation C. Final ScoreMMSE_AC_Final_ScoreOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
IV. Recall - BallMMSE_Recall_BallOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
IV. Recall - FlagMMSE_Recall_FlagOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
IV. Recall - TreeMMSE_Recall_TreeOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - Naming - WatchMMSE_Lang_Naming_WatchOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - Naming - PencilMMSE_Lang_Naming_PencilOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - Repetition - No if's, ands, or butsMMSE_Lang_RepetitionOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - 3 Stage Command - 1. Takes paper in handMMSE_Lang_3StageCommand_S1Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - 3 Stage Command - 2. Folds paper in halfMMSE_Lang_3StageCommand_S2Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - 3 Stage Command - 3. Puts paper on floorMMSE_Lang_3StageCommand_S3Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - Reading - Closes EyesMMSE_Lang_ReadingOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - Writing - Writes sentenceMMSE_Lang_WritingOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
V. Language - Copying - Copies pentagonsMMSE_Lang_CopyingOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Instrument: Sleep (Pittsburgh Sleep Questionnaire)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Sleep (Pittsburgh Sleep Questionnaire) Total ScorePSQI_ScoreOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>The total score across all items on the Pittsburgh Sleep Questionnaire

Excluded Instrument Fields: Sleep (Pittsburgh Sleep Questionnaire) 

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
1. Usual bed time (past month)PSQI_Bed_TimeOpen^.+$=, NOT =, CONTAINS, DOESN'T CONTAIN, IS EMPTY, IS NOT EMPTY 
2. Minutes to fall asleep (past month)

PSQI_Time_Fall_Asleep

MPH: PSQI_Minutes_Fall_Asleep ("time" is ambiguous in this context)

Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
3. Time get up in morning (past month)PSQI_GetUp_TimeOpen^.+$=, NOT =, CONTAINS, DOESN'T CONTAIN, IS EMPTY, IS NOT EMPTY 
4. Hours of sleep per night (past month)PSQI_Sleep_HoursOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5a. Sleep Trouble - Can't get to sleep within 30 minutesPSQI_Trouble_Within30Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5b. Sleep Trouble - Wake up in middle of night or early morningPSQI_Trouble_WakeUpOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5c. Sleep Trouble - Get up to use bathroomPSQI_Trouble_BathroomOpen^[0-9]+$ YES ORNO=,NOT =,<,> 
5d. Sleep Trouble - Can't breathe comfortablyPSQI_Trouble_BreathOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5e. Sleep Trouble - Cough or snore loudlyPSQI_Trouble_SnoreOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5f. Sleep Trouble - Feel too coldPSQI_Trouble_ColdOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5g. Sleep Trouble - Feel too hotPSQI_Trouble_HotOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5h. Sleep Trouble - Had bad dreamsPSQI_Trouble_DreamsOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5i. Sleep Trouble - Have painPSQI_Trouble_PainOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5j. Sleep Trouble - OtherPSQI_Trouble_OtherOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
5j. Sleep Trouble - Describe otherPSQI_Trouble_DescribeOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
6. Describe overall sleep qualityPSQI_Sleep_QualityOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
7. How often taken sleep medicinePSQI_Sleep_MedicineOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
8. How often trouble staying awakePSQI_Staying_AwakeOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
9. How often trouble keeping up enthusiasmPSQI_Keeping_EnthusiasmOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
10. Have bed partner or roommatePSQI_Sleep_PartnerOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Category: Cognition

Instrument: Episodic Memory (Picture Sequence Memory)

Instrument Description: 

The Picture Sequence Memory Test is a measure developed for the Open of episodic memory for ages 3-85 years. It involves recalling increasingly lengthy series of illustrated objects and activities that are presented in a particular order on the computer screen. The participants are asked to recall the sequence of pictures that is demonstrated over two learning trials; sequence length varies from 6-18 pictures, depending on age. Participants are given credit for each adjacent pair of pictures (i.e., if pictures in locations 7 and 8 and placed in that order and adjacent to each other anywhere - such as slots 1 and 2 - one point is awarded) they correctly place, up to the maximum value for the sequence, which is one less than the sequence length (if there are 18 pictures in the sequence, the maximum score is 17, because that is the number of adjacent pairs of pictures that exist). The test takes approximately 7 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
NIH Toolbox Picture Sequence Memory Test: Unadjusted Scale Score

PicSeq_Unadj

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>The Picture Sequence Memory Test is a measure developed for the assessment of episodic memory for ages 3-85 years. It involves recalling increasingly lengthy series of illustrated objects and activities that are presented in a particular order on the computer screen. The participants are asked to recall the sequence of pictures that is demonstrated over two learning trials; sequence length varies from 6-18 pictures, depending on age. Participants are given credit for each adjacent pair of pictures (i.e., if pictures in locations 7 and 8 and placed in that order and adjacent to each other anywhere – such as slots 1 and 2 – one point is awarded) they correctly place, up to the maximum value for the sequence, which is one less than the sequence length (if there are 18 pictures in the sequence, the maximum score is 17, because that is the number of adjacent pairs of pictures that exist). The test takes approximately 7 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.
NIH Toolbox Picture Sequence Memory Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScorePicSeq_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>The Picture Sequence Memory Test is a measure developed for the assessment of episodic memory for ages 3-85 years. It involves recalling increasingly lengthy series of illustrated objects and activities that are presented in a particular order on the computer screen. The participants are asked to recall the sequence of pictures that is demonstrated over two learning trials; sequence length varies from 6-18 pictures, depending on age. Participants are given credit for each adjacent pair of pictures (i.e., if pictures in locations 7 and 8 and placed in that order and adjacent to each other anywhere – such as slots 1 and 2 – one point is awarded) they correctly place, up to the maximum value for the sequence, which is one less than the sequence length (if there are 18 pictures in the sequence, the maximum score is 17, because that is the number of adjacent pairs of pictures that exist). The test takes approximately 7 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

Instrument: Executive Function/Cognitive Flexibility (Dimensional Change Card Sort)

Instrument Description: 

DCCS is a measure of cognitive flexibility. Two target pictures are presented that vary along two dimensions (e.g., shape and color). Participants are asked to match a series of bivalent test pictures (e.g., yellow balls and blue trucks) to the target pictures, first according to one dimension (e.g., color) and then, after a number of trials, according to the other dimension (e.g., shape). "Switch" trials are also employed, in which the participant must change the dimension being matched. For example, after 4 straight trials matching on shape, the participant may be asked to match on color on the next trial and then go back to shape, thus requiring the cognitive flexibility to quickly choose the correct stimulus. Scoring is based on a combination of accuracy and reaction time, and the test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

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NIH Toolbox Dimensional Change Card Sort Test: Unadjusted Scale ScoreCardSort_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>DCCS is a measure of cognitive flexibility. Two target pictures are presented that vary along two dimensions (e.g., shape and color). Participants are asked to match a series of bivalent test pictures (e.g., yellow balls and blue trucks) to the target pictures, first according to one dimension (e.g., color) and then, after a number of trials, according to the other dimension (e.g., shape). “Switch” trials are also employed, in which the participant must change the dimension being matched. For example, after 4 straight trials matching on shape, the participant may be asked to match on color on the next trial and then go back to shape, thus requiring the cognitive flexibility to quickly choose the correct stimulus. Scoring is based on a combination of accuracy and reaction time, and the test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.
NIH Toolbox Dimensional Change Card Sort Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreCardSort_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>DCCS is a measure of cognitive flexibility. Two target pictures are presented that vary along two dimensions (e.g., shape and color). Participants are asked to match a series of bivalent test pictures (e.g., yellow balls and blue trucks) to the target pictures, first according to one dimension (e.g., color) and then, after a number of trials, according to the other dimension (e.g., shape). “Switch” trials are also employed, in which the participant must change the dimension being matched. For example, after 4 straight trials matching on shape, the participant may be asked to match on color on the next trial and then go back to shape, thus requiring the cognitive flexibility to quickly choose the correct stimulus. Scoring is based on a combination of accuracy and reaction time, and the test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

Instrument: Executive Function/Inhibition (Flanker Task)

Instrument Description: 

The Flanker task measures both a participant's attention and inhibitory control. The test requires the participant to focus on a given stimulus while inhibiting attention to stimuli (fish for ages 3-7 or arrows for ages 8-85) flanking it. Sometimes the middle stimulus is pointing in the same direction as the "flankers" (congruent) and sometimes in the opposite direction (incongruent). Scoring is based on a combination of accuracy and reaction time, and the test takes approximately 3 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

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NIH Toolbox Flanker Inhibitory Control and Attention Test: Unadjusted Scale ScoreFlanker_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>The Flanker task measures both a participant’s attention and inhibitory control. The test requires the participant to focus on a given stimulus while inhibiting attention to stimuli (fish for ages 3-7 or arrows for ages 8-85) flanking it. Sometimes the middle stimulus is pointing in the same direction as the “flankers” (congruent) and sometimes in the opposite direction (incongruent). Scoring is based on a combination of accuracy and reaction time, and the test takes approximately 3 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.
NIH Toolbox Flanker Inhibitory Control and Attention Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreFlanker_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>The Flanker task measures both a participant’s attention and inhibitory control. The test requires the participant to focus on a given stimulus while inhibiting attention to stimuli (fish for ages 3-7 or arrows for ages 8-85) flanking it. Sometimes the middle stimulus is pointing in the same direction as the “flankers” (congruent) and sometimes in the opposite direction (incongruent). Scoring is based on a combination of accuracy and reaction time, and the test takes approximately 3 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

Instrument: Fluid Intelligence (Penn Progressive Matrices)

Instrument Description: 

Fluid intelligence is measured using Raven’s Progressive Matrices (Prabhakaran et al. 1997; Christoff et al. 2001; Gray et al. 2003; Conway et al. 2005; Gray et al. 2005; Wendelken et al. 2008). We use Form A of an abbreviated version of the Raven’s developed by Gur and colleagues (Bilker et al. 2012). Participants are presented with patterns made up of 2x2, 3x3 or 1x5 arrangements of squares, with one of the squares missing. The participant must pick one of five response choices that best fits the missing square on the pattern. The task has 24 items and 3 bonus items, arranged in order of increasing difficulty. However, the task discontinues if the participant makes 5 incorrect responses in a row.

  1. Duncan et al. 2000; Duncan 2003Duncan 2005
  2. Prabhakaran et al. 1997; Christoff et al. 2001; Gray et al. 2003; Conway et al. 2005; Gray et al. 2005; Wendelken et al. 2008
  3. Bilker et al. 2012
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Penn Progressive Matrices: Number of Correct Responses (PMAT24_A_CR)PMAT24_A_CROpen^0*([0-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-4])$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Matrix Test: Number of Correct Responses
Penn Progressive Matrices: Total Skipped Items (PMAT24_A_SI)PMAT24_A_SIOpen^0*([0-9]|1[0-9])$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Matrix Test: Total Skipped Items (items not presented because maximum errors allowed reached)
Penn Progressive Matrices: Median Reaction Time for Correct Responses (PMAT24_A_RTCR)PMAT24_A_RTCROpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Matrix Test: Median Reaction Time for Correct Responses

Instrument: Language/Reading Decoding (Oral Reading Recognition)

Instrument Description: 

Separate but parallel reading tests have been developed in English and in Spanish. In either language, the participant is asked to read and pronounce letters and words as accurately as possible. The test administrator scores them as right or wrong. For the youngest children, the initial items require them to identify letters (as opposed to symbols) and to identify a specific letter in an array of 4 symbols. The test is given via a computerized adaptive format and requires approximately 3 minutes. This test is recommended for ages 7-85, but is available for use as young as age 3, if requested.

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NIH Toolbox Oral Reading Recognition Test: Unadjusted Scale ScoreReadEng_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Separate but parallel reading tests have been developed in English and in Spanish. In either language, the participant is asked to read and pronounce letters and words as accurately as possible. The test administrator scores them as right or wrong. For the youngest children, the initial items require them to identify letters (as opposed to symbols) and to identify a specific letter in an array of 4 symbols. The test is given via a computerized adaptive format and requires approximately 3 minutes. This test is recommended for ages 7-85, but is available for use as young as age 3, if requested.
NIH Toolbox Oral Reading Recognition Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreReadEng_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Separate but parallel reading tests have been developed in English and in Spanish. In either language, the participant is asked to read and pronounce letters and words as accurately as possible. The test administrator scores them as right or wrong. For the youngest children, the initial items require them to identify letters (as opposed to symbols) and to identify a specific letter in an array of 4 symbols. The test is given via a computerized adaptive format and requires approximately 3 minutes. This test is recommended for ages 7-85, but is available for use as young as age 3, if requested.

Instrument: Language/Vocabulary Comprehension (Picture Vocabulary)

Instrument Description: 

This measure of receptive vocabulary is administered in a computerized adaptive format. The respondent is presented with an audio recording of a word and four photographic images on the computer screen and is asked to select the picture that most closely matches the meaning of the word. This test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.

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NIH Toolbox Picture Vocabulary Test: Unadjusted Scale ScorePicVocab_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This measure of receptive vocabulary is administered in a computerized adaptive format. The respondent is presented with an audio recording of a word and four photographic images on the computer screen and is asked to select the picture that most closely matches the meaning of the word. This test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.
NIH Toolbox Picture Vocabulary Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScorePicVocab_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This measure of receptive vocabulary is administered in a computerized adaptive format. The respondent is presented with an audio recording of a word and four photographic images on the computer screen and is asked to select the picture that most closely matches the meaning of the word. This test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.

Instrument: Processing Speed (Pattern Completion Processing Speed)

Instrument Description: 

This test measures speed of processing by asking participants to discern whether two side-by-side pictures are the same or not. Participants' raw score is the number of items correct in a 90-second period. The items are designed to be simple to most purely measure processing speed. The test overall takes approximately 3 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 7-85, but is available for use as young as age 3, if requested.

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NIH Toolbox Pattern Comparison Processing Speed Test: Unadjusted Scale ScoreProcSpeed_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This test measures speed of processing by asking participants to discern whether two side-by-side pictures are the same or not. Participants’ raw score is the number of items correct in a 90-second period. The items are designed to be simple to most purely measure processing speed. The test overall takes approximately 3 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 7-85, but is available for use as young as age 3, if requested.
NIH Toolbox Pattern Comparison Processing Speed Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreProcSpeed_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This test measures speed of processing by asking participants to discern whether two side-by-side pictures are the same or not. Participants’ raw score is the number of items correct in a 90-second period. The items are designed to be simple to most purely measure processing speed. The test overall takes approximately 3 minutes to administer. This test is recommended for ages 7-85, but is available for use as young as age 3, if requested.

Instrument: Self-regulation/Impulsivity (Delay Discounting)

Instrument Description: 

Delay discounting describes the undervaluing of rewards that are delayed in time. It is illustrated by the fact that humans (and other animals) will often choose a smaller immediate reward over an objectively larger, but delayed reward. We use a version of the discounting task that identifies ‘indifference points’ at which a person is equally likely to choose a smaller reward (e.g., $100) sooner versus a larger reward later (e.g., $200 in 3 years). Based on the work of Green and Myerson (Estle et al. 2006; Green et al. 2007), we use an adjusting-amount approach, in which delays are fixed and reward amounts are adjusted on a trial-by-trial basis based on participants’ choices, to rapidly hone in on indifference points. This approach has been repeatedly validated to provide reliable estimates of delay discounting (Estle et al. 2006). As a summary measure, we use an area-under-the-curve discounting measure (AUC) that provides a valid and reliable index of how steeply an individual discounts delayed rewards (Myerson et al. 2001).

  1. Estle et al. 2006Green et al. 2007
  2. Estle et al. 2006
  3. Myerson et al. 2001
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Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $200 at 1 month (DDisc_SV_1mo_200)DDisc_SV_1mo_200Open^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $200 at 1 month
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $200 at 6 months (DDisc_SV_6mo_200)DDisc_SV_6mo_200Open^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $200 at 6 months
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $200 at 1 year (DDisc_SV_1yr_200)DDisc_SV_1yr_200Open^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $200 at 1 year
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $200 at 3 years (DDisc_SV_3yr_200)DDisc_SV_3yr_200Open^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $200 at 3 years
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $200 at 5 years (DDisc_SV_5yr_200)DDisc_SV_5yr_200Open^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $200 at 5 years
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $200 at 10 years (DDisc_SV_10yr_200)DDisc_SV_10yr_200Open^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $200 at 10 years
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $40K at 1 month (DDisc_SV_1mo_40K)DDisc_SV_1mo_40KOpen^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $40K at 1 month
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $40K at 6 months (DDisc_SV_6mo_40K)DDisc_SV_6mo_40KOpen^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $40K at 6 months
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $40K at 1 year (DDisc_SV_1yr_40K)DDisc_SV_1yr_40KOpen^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $40K at 1 year
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $40K at 3 years (DDisc_SV_3yr_40K)DDisc_SV_3yr_40KOpen^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $40K at 3 years
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $40K at 5 years (DDisc_SV_5yr_40K)DDisc_SV_5yr_40KOpen^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $40K at 5 years
Delay Discounting: Subjective Value for $40K at 10 years (DDisc_SV_10yr_40K)DDisc_SV_10yr_40KOpen^[0-9]*[.][0-9][0-9]$=,NOT =,<,>Subjective Value for $40K at 10 years
Delay Discounting: Area Under the Curve for Discounting of $200 (DDisc_AUC_200)DDisc_AUC_200Open^(([1][.][0]+)|([0]([.][0-9]+)?)|([.][0-9]+))$=,NOT =,<,>Area Under the Curve for Discounting of $200
Delay Discounting: Area Under the Curve for Discounting of $40,000 (DDisc_AUC_40K)DDisc_AUC_40KOpen^(([1][.][0]+)|([0]([.][0-9]+)?)|([.][0-9]+))$=,NOT =,<,>Area Under the Curve for Discounting of $40,000

Instrument: Spatial Orientation (Variable Short Penn Line Orientation Test)

Instrument Description: 

Spatial orientation processing is measured using the Variable Short Penn Line Orientation Test (Gur et al. 2001a; Gur et al. 2010). Participants are shown two lines with different orientations. They have to rotate one of the lines (a moveable blue one) so that is parallel to the other line (a fixed red line). The rotation of the blue line is accomplished by clicking buttons on the keyboard that rotate the lines either clockwise or counterclockwise. Across trials, the lines vary in their relative location on the screen, though the distance between the centers of the two lines is always the same. The length of the red line is always the same, but the length of the blue line can be either short or long. There are a total of 24 trials

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Variable Short Penn Line Orientation: Total Number Correct (VSPLOT_TC)VSPLOT_TCOpen^([0-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-4])$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Line Orientation: Total Number Correct
Variable Short Penn Line Orientation: Median Reaction Time Divided by Expected Number of Clicks for Correct (VSPLOT_CRTE)VSPLOT_CRTEOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Line Orientation: Median Reaction Time Divided by Expected Number of Clicks for Correct Trials
Variable Short Penn Line Orientation: Total Positions Off for All Trials (VSPLOT_OFF)VSPLOT_OFFOpen^([0-9]{1,2}|1[0-5][0-9]|16[0-5])$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Line Orientation:  Total Positions Off for All Trials

Instrument: Sustained Attention (Short Penn Continuous Performance Test)

Instrument Description: 

Continuous sustained attention is measured using the Short Penn Continuous Performance Test (Number/Letter Version) (Gur et al. 2001; Gur et al. 2001; Gur et al. 2010). Participants see vertical and horizontal red lines flash on the computer screen. In one block, they must press the spacebar when the lines form a number and in the other block they press the spacebar when the lines form a letter. The lines are displayed for 300 ms followed by a 700 ms ITI. Each block contains 90 stimuli and lasts for 1.5 minutes.

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Short Penn Continuous Performance Test: True Positives = Sum of CPN_TP and CPL_TP  (SCPT_TP)SCPT_TPOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Short Penn CPT True Positives = Sum of CPN_TP and CPL_TP
Short Penn Continuous Performance Test: True Negatives = Sum of CPN_TN and CPL_TPN  (SCPT_TN )SCPT_TNOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Short Penn CPT True Negatives = Sum of CPN_TN and CPL_TPN
Short Penn Continuous Performance Test: Open Positives = Sum of CPN_FP and CPL_FP  (SCPT_FP)SCPT_FPOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Short Penn CPT Open Positives = Sum of CPN_FP and CPL_FP
Short Penn Continuous Performance Test: Open Negatives = Sum of CPN_FN and CPL_FN  (SCPT_FN)SCPT_FNOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Short Penn CPT Open Negatives = Sum of CPN_FN and CPL_FN
Short Penn Continuous Performance Test: Median Response Time for True Positive Responses  (SCPT_TPRT)SCPT_TPRTOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Short Penn CPT Median Response Time for True Positive Responses
Short Penn Continuous Performance Test: Sensitivity = SCPT_TP/(SCPT_TP + SCPT_FN  (SCPT_SEN)SCPT_SENOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Short Penn CPT Sensitivity = SCPT_TP/(SCPT_TP + SCPT_FN)
Short Penn Continuous Performance Test: Specificity = SCPT_TN/(SCPT_TN + SCPT_FP)  (SCPT_SPEC)SCPT_SPECOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Short Penn CPT Specificity = SCPT_TN/(SCPT_TN + SCPT_FP)
Short Penn Continuous Performance Test: Longest Run of Non-Responses (SCPT_LRNR)SCPT_LRNROpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Short Penn CPT Longest Run of Non-Responses)

Instrument: Verbal Episodic Memory (Penn Word Memory Test)

Instrument Description: 

Verbal episodic memory is measured using Form A of the Penn Word Memory Test (Gur et al. 2001a; Gur et al. 2010). Participants are shown 20 words and asked to remember them for a subsequent memory test. They are then shown 40 words (the 20 previously presented words and 20 new words matched on memory related characteristics). They decide whether they have seen the word previously by choosing among “definitely yes,” “probably yes,” “probably no,” and “definitely no.”

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Penn Word Memory Test:  Total Number of Correct Responses (IWRD_TOT)IWRD_TOTOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Word Memory:  Total Number of Correct Responses
Penn Word Memory Test:  Median Reaction Time for Correct Responses (IWRD_RTC)IWRD_RTCOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Word Memory:  Median Reaction Time for Correct Responses

Instrument: Working Memory (List Sorting)

Instrument Description: 

This task assesses working memory and requires the participant to sequence different visually- and orally-presented stimuli. Pictures of different foods and animals are displayed with both a sound clip and written text that name the item. The task has two different conditions: 1-List and 2-List. In the 1-List condition, participants are required to order a series of objects (either food or animals) in size order from smallest to largest. In the 2-List condition, participants are presented both food and animals and are asked to report the food in size order, followed by the animals in size order. Children ages 3-6 have four practice items in each condition: two practice items in which the images appear simultaneously on the screen and two practice items in which the images briefly "flash" sequentially on the screen. Participants ages 7-85 have two practice items, both "flashing" in each condition. Different instructions are provided for 3-6 and 7-85 year olds in English and for 3-6, 7-17 and 18-85 year olds in Spanish.

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NIH Toolbox List Sorting Working Memory Test: Unadjusted Scale ScoreListSort_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This task assesses working memory and requires the participant to sequence different visually- and orally-presented stimuli. Pictures of different foods and animals are displayed with both a sound clip and written text that name the item. The task has two different conditions: 1-List and 2-List. In the 1-List condition, participants are required to order a series of objects (either food or animals) in size order from smallest to largest. In the 2-List condition, participants are presented both food and animals and are asked to report the food in size order, followed by the animals in size order. Children ages 3-6 have four practice items in each condition: two practice items in which the images appear simultaneously on the screen and two practice items in which the images briefly “flash” sequentially on the screen. Participants ages 7-85 have two practice items, both “flashing” in each condition. Different instructions are provided for 3-6 and 7-85 year olds in English and for 3-6, 7-17 and 18-85 year olds in Spanish.
NIH Toolbox List Sorting Working Memory Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreListSort_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This task assesses working memory and requires the participant to sequence different visually- and orally-presented stimuli. Pictures of different foods and animals are displayed with both a sound clip and written text that name the item. The task has two different conditions: 1-List and 2-List. In the 1-List condition, participants are required to order a series of objects (either food or animals) in size order from smallest to largest. In the 2-List condition, participants are presented both food and animals and are asked to report the food in size order, followed by the animals in size order. Children ages 3-6 have four practice items in each condition: two practice items in which the images appear simultaneously on the screen and two practice items in which the images briefly “flash” sequentially on the screen. Participants ages 7-85 have two practice items, both “flashing” in each condition. Different instructions are provided for 3-6 and 7-85 year olds in English and for 3-6, 7-17 and 18-85 year olds in Spanish.

 

 

Category: Emotion

Instrument: Emotion Recognition (Penn Emotion Recognition Test)

Instrument Description: 

Emotion processing is measured using the Penn Emotion Recognition Test (Gur et al. 2001a; Gur et al. 2010). Participants are presented with 40 faces, one at a time. They are asked to choose what emotion the face is showing from five choices: Happy, Sad, Angry, Scared and No Feeling. Half of the faces are males and half are females. There are 8 faces each that have a happy, sad, angry, scared or no feeling expression.

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Penn Emotion Recognition Test: Number of Correct Responses (ER40_CR)ER40_CROpen^([0-9]|[1-3][0-9]|40)$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Emotion Recognition: Number of Correct Responses
Penn Emotion Recognition Test: Correct Responses Median Response Time (ms) (ER40_CRT)ER40_CRTOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Emotion Recognition: Correct Responses Median Response Time (ms)
Penn Emotion Recognition Test: Number of Correct Anger Identifications (ER40ANG)ER40ANGOpen^[0-8]$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Emotion Recognition: Number of Correct Anger Identifications
Penn Emotion Recognition Test: Number of Correct Fear Identifications (ER40FEAR)ER40FEAROpen^[0-8]$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Emotion Recognition: Number of Correct Fear Identifications
Penn Emotion Recognition Test: Number of Correct Happy Identifications (ER40HAP)ER40HAPOpen^[0-8]$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Emotion Recognition: Number of Correct Happy Identifications
Penn Emotion Recognition Test: Number of Correct Neutral Identifications (ER40NOE)ER40NOEOpen^[0-8]$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Emotion Recognition: Number of Correct Neutral Identifications
Penn Emotion Recognition Test: Number of Correct Sad Identifications (ER40SAD)ER40SADOpen^[0-8]$=,NOT =,<,>Penn Emotion Recognition: Number of Correct Sad Identifications

Instrument: Negative Affect 

Instrument Description: 

(Sadness, Fear, Anger)

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NIH Toolbox Anger-Affect Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreAngAffect_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Anger is a concept within the Negative Affect subdomain of Emotion. Anger is characterized by attitudes of hostility and cynicism and is often associated with experiences of frustration impeding goal-directed behavior. For adult self-report (ages 18 and above), Anger is comprised of three components:  anger as an emotion, aggression as a behavioral component, and hostility as a set of cynical attitudes and mistrust of others and their motives. The NIH Toolbox Anger-Affect Survey is a computer-adaptive test (CAT) comprised of items from the PROMIS Anger Item Bank. It assesses anger as an emotion.
NIH Toolbox Anger-Hostility Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreAngHostil_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Anger is a concept within the Negative Affect subdomain of Emotion. Anger is characterized by attitudes of hostility and cynicism and is often associated with experiences of frustration impeding goal-directed behavior. For adult self-report (ages 18 and above), Anger is comprised of three components:  anger as an emotion, aggression as a behavioral component, and hostility as a set of cynical attitudes and mistrust of others and their motives. The NIH Toolbox Anger-Affect Survey is a computer-adaptive test (CAT) comprised of items from the PROMIS Anger Item Bank. It assesses anger as an emotion.
NIH Toolbox Anger-Physical Aggression Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreAngAggr_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Anger is a concept within the Negative Affect subdomain of Emotion. Anger is characterized by attitudes of hostility and cynicism and is often associated with experiences of frustration impeding goal-directed behavior. For adult self-report (ages 18 and above), Anger is comprised of three components:  anger as an emotion, aggression as a behavioral component, and hostility as a set of cynical attitudes and mistrust of others and their motives. The NIH Toolbox Anger-Affect Survey is a computer-adaptive test (CAT) comprised of items from the PROMIS Anger Item Bank. It assesses anger as an emotion.
NIH Toolbox Fear-Affect Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreFearAffect_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Fear is a concept within the Negative Affect subdomain of Emotion. Fear is best characterized by symptoms of anxiety that reflect autonomic arousal and perceptions of threat. The NIH Toolbox Fear-Affect Survey is a CAT comprised of items from the PROMIS Anxiety Item Bank. It assesses self-reported fear and anxious misery.
NIH Toolbox Fear-Somatic Arousal Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreFearSomat_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Fear is a concept within the Negative Affect subdomain of Emotion. Fear is best characterized by symptoms of anxiety that reflect autonomic arousal and perceptions of threat. The NIH Toolbox Fear-Somatic Arousal Survey is a 6-item calibrated scale comprised of items from the Mood and Anxiety Symptom Questionnaire. It assesses somatic symptoms related to arousal.
NIH Toolbox Sadness Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreSadness_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Sadness is a concept within the Negative Affect subdomain of Emotion. Sadness is distinguished by low levels of positive affect and comprised of symptoms that are primarily affective (poor mood) and cognitive (negative perceptions of self, the world, and the future) indicators of depression. The NIH Toolbox Sadness Survey is a CAT comprised of items from the PROMIS Depression Item Bank.

Instrument: Psychological Well-being 

Instrument Description: 

(Positive Affect, Life Satisfaction, Meaning and Purpose)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
NIH Toolbox General Life Satisfaction Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreLifeSatisf_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Life Satisfaction is a concept within the Psychological Well-Being subdomain of Emotion. Life Satisfaction is one's cognitive evaluation of life experiences and is concerned with whether people like their lives or not. Life satisfaction includes both general (e.g., my life is going well) and domain-specific (e.g., I am satisfied with my family life) aspects. This self-report measure for adults (ages 18 and above) is a 10-item calibrated scale comprised of items from the Satisfaction with Life Scale  and the Students' Life Satisfaction Scale.  It assesses global feelings and attitudes about one's life.
NIH Toolbox Meaning and Purpose Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreMeanPurp_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Meaning and Purpose is a concept within the Psychological Well-Being subdomain of Emotion. Meaning and Purpose is characterized by the extent to which people feel their life matters or makes sense. This self-report measure for adults (ages 18 and above) is a CAT comprised of items from the Meaning in Life Questionnaire, the Life Engagement Test, the MHI, and the FACIT-Sp.
NIH Toolbox Positive Affect Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScorePosAffect_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Positive Affect is a concept within the Psychological Well-Being subdomain of Emotion. Positive Affect can be described as feelings that reflect a level of pleasurable engagement with the environment such as happiness, joy, excitement, enthusiasm, and contentment. This parent-report measure (for children ages 8-12) is a CAT comprised of items from the PANAS-X. It assesses both activated (i.e., happiness, joy) as well as unactivated (i.e., serenity, peace) aspects of positive affect.

Instrument: Social Relationships 

Instrument Description: 

(Social Support, Companionship, Social Distress, Positive Social Development)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
NIH Toolbox Friendship Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreFriendship_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Companionship is a concept within the Social Relationships subdomain of Emotion. Companionship is characterized by self-reported perceptions of the availability of friends or companions with whom to interact or affiliate (i.e., friendship) and that one is alone, lonely or socially isolated from others (i.e., loneliness).  The NIH Toolbox Friendship Survey is a self-report measure for adults (ages 18 and above) comprised of 5 calibrated items.
NIH Toolbox Loneliness Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreLoneliness_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Companionship is a concept within the Social Relationships subdomain of Emotion. Companionship is characterized by self-reported perceptions of the availability of friends or companions with whom to interact or affiliate (i.e., friendship) and that one is alone, lonely or socially isolated from others (i.e., loneliness).  The NIH Toolbox Loneliness Survey is a self-report measure for adults (ages 18 and above) comprised of 8 calibrated items.
NIH Toolbox Perceived Hostility Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScorePercHostil_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Social Distress is a concept within the Social Relationships subdomain of Emotion. Social distress is the extent to which an individual perceives his/her daily social interactions as negative or distressing.  This can include aspects of perceived hostility (e.g., how often people argue with me, yell at me, or criticize me) and perceived rejection (e.g., how often people don't listen when I ask for help, or don't pay attention to me). The NIH Toolbox Perceived Hostility Survey is a self-report measure for children and adolescents (ages 8-17) comprised of 5 calibrated items.
NIH Toolbox Perceived Rejection Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScorePercReject_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Social Distress is a concept within the Social Relationships subdomain of Emotion. Social distress is the extent to which an individual perceives his/her daily social interactions as negative or distressing.  This can include aspects of perceived hostility (e.g., how often people argue with me, yell at me, or criticize me) and perceived rejection (e.g., how often people don't listen when I ask for help, or don't pay attention to me). The NIH Toolbox Perceived Rejection Survey is a self-report measure for children and adolescents (ages 8-17) comprised of 5 calibrated items.
NIH Toolbox Emotional Support Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreEmotSupp_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Social Support is a concept within the Social Relationships subdomain of Emotion. Perceived social support is the extent to which an individual views his/her social relationships as available to provide aid in times of need or when problems arise (Cohen, 2004).   This includes emotional/informational types of perceived social support for children and adolescents. Emotional Support refers to the perception that people in one's social network are available to listen to one's problems with empathy, caring and understanding, and Informational Support refers to the perception that people in one's social network are available to provide information or advice needed to solve problems that arise.  This self-report measure for children and adolescents (ages 8-17) is a 7-item calibrated scale.
NIH Toolbox Instrumental Support Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreInstruSupp_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Social Support is a concept within the Social Relationships subdomain of Emotion. Perceived social support is the extent to which an individual views his/her social relationships as available to provide aid in times of need or when problems arise. This includes instrumental and emotional/informational types of perceived social support. Instrumental Support refers to the perception that people in one's social network are available to provide material or functional aid in completing daily tasks (such as making meals or providing transportation) if needed. This self-report measure for adults (ages 18 and above) is an 8-item calibrated scale.

Instrument: Stress and Self Efficacy

Instrument Description: 

Perceived Stress and Self Efficacy

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
NIH Toolbox Perceived Stress Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScorePercStress_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Perceived Stress is a concept within the Stress & Self-Efficacy subdomain of Emotion. Perceived Stress is defined by individual perceptions about the nature of events and their relationship to the values and coping resources of an individual. This self-report measure for adults (ages 18 and above) is a CAT comprised of items from the Perceived Stress Scale-10. . It assesses how unpredictable, uncontrollable, and overloading respondents find their lives.
NIH Toolbox Self-Efficacy Survey: Unadjusted Scale ScoreSelfEff_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Self-Efficacy is a concept within the Stress & Self-Efficacy subdomain of Emotion. Self-Efficacy can be described as a person's belief in their capacity to manage their functioning and have control over meaningful events. This self-report measure for adults (ages 18 and above) is a CAT comprised of items modified from the General Self-Efficacy Scale (Schwarzer). It assesses respondents' sense of global self-efficacy.

Category: FreeSurfer

Instrument: FreeSurfer Summary Statistics

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
Left hemisphere cortical gray matter volume

FS_LCort_GM_Vol

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Right hemisphere cortical gray matter volume

FS_RCort_GM_Vol

 

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total cortical gray matter volume

FS_TotCort_GM_Vol

 

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total subcortical gray matter volume

FS_SubCort_GM_Vol

 

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Total gray matter volume

 

FS_Total_GM_Vol

 

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Supratentorial volumeFS_SupraTentorial_VolOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Left hemisphere cortical white matter volume

FS_L_WM_Vol

 

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Right hemisphere cortical white matter volume

FS_R_WM_Vol

 

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total cortical white matter volume

FS_Tot_WM_Vol

 

Open^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Instrument: Volume (Subcortical) Segmentation

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
Left-Lateral-Ventricle VolumeFS_L_LatVent_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_ventricle\">Lateral_ventricle</a>
Left-Inf-Lat-Vent VolumeFS_L_InfLatVent_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_horn_of_the_lateral_ventricle\">Inferior_horn_of_the_lateral_ventricle</a>
Left-Cerebellum-White-Matter VolumeFS_L_Cerebellum_WM_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cerebellum\">Cerebellum</a>
Left-Cerebellum-Cortex VolumeFS_L_Cerebellum_Cort_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cerebellar_cortex\">Cerebellar_cortex</a>
Left-Thalamus-Proper VolumeFS_L_ThalamusProper_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Thalamus\">Thalamus</a>
Left-Caudate VolumeFS_L_Caudate_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudate_nucleus\">Caudate_nucleus</a>
Left-Putamen VolumeFS_L_Putamen_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Putamen\">Putamen</a>
Left-Pallidum VolumeFS_L_Pallidum_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Globus_pallidus\">Globus_pallidus</a>
3rd-Ventricle VolumeFS_3rdVent_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Third_ventricle\">Third_ventricle</a>
4th-Ventricle VolumeFS_4thVent_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Fourth_ventricle\">Fourth_ventricle</a>
Brain-Stem VolumeFS_BrainStem_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Brainstem\">Brainstem</a>
Left-Hippocampus VolumeFS_L_Hippo_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Hippocampus\">Hippocampus</a>
Left-Amygdala VolumeFS_L_Amygdala_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Amygdala\">Amygdala</a>
CSF VolumeFS_CSF_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cerebral_Spinal_Fluid\">Cerebral_Spinal_Fluid</a>
Left-Accumbens-area VolumeFS_L_AccumbensArea_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Nucleus_accumbens\">Nucleus_accumbens</a>
Left-VentralDC VolumeFS_L_VentDC_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Ventral_diencephalon\">Ventral_diencephalon</a>
Left-vessel VolumeFS_L_Vessel_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Left-choroid-plexus VolumeFS_L_ChoroidPlexus_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Choroid_plexus\">Choroid_plexus</a>
Right-Lateral-Ventricle VolumeFS_R_LatVent_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_ventricle\">Lateral_ventricle</a>
Right-Inf-Lat-Vent VolumeFS_R_InfLatVent_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_horn_of_the_lateral_ventricle\">Inferior_horn_of_the_lateral_ventricle</a>
Right-Cerebellum-White-Matter VolumeFS_R_Cerebellum_WM_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cerebellum\">Cerebellum</a>
Right-Cerebellum-Cortex VolumeFS_R_Cerebellum_Cort_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cerebellar_cortex\">Cerebellar_cortex</a>
Right-Thalamus-Proper VolumeFS_R_ThalamusProper_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Thalamus\">Thalamus</a>
Right-Caudate VolumeFS_R_Caudate_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudate_nucleus\">Caudate_nucleus</a>
Right-Putamen VolumeFS_R_Putamen_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Putamen\">Putamen</a>
Right-Pallidum VolumeFS_R_Pallidum_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Globus_pallidus\">Globus_pallidus</a>
Right-Hippocampus VolumeFS_R_Hippo_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Hippocampus\">Hippocampus</a>
Right-Amygdala VolumeFS_R_Amygdala_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Amygdala\">Amygdala</a>
Right-Accumbens-area VolumeFS_R_AccumbensArea_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Nucleus_accumbens\">Nucleus_accumbens</a>
Right-VentralDC VolumeFS_R_VentDC_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Ventral_diencephalon\">Ventral_diencephalon</a>
Right-vessel VolumeFS_R_Vessel_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Right-choroid-plexus VolumeFS_R_ChoroidPlexus_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Choroid_plexus\">Choroid_plexus</a>
5th-Ventricle VolumeFS_5thVent_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Septum_pellucidum\">Septum_pellucidum</a>
WM-hypointensities VolumeFS_WM_Hypointens_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Non-WM-hypointensities VolumeFS_Non-WM_Hypointens_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Left-WM-hypointensities VolumeFS_L_WM_Hypointens_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Right-WM-hypointensities VolumeFS_R_WM_Hypointens_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Left-non-WM-hypointensities VolumeFS_L_Non-WM_Hypointens_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Right-non-WM-hypointensities VolumeFS_R_Non-WM_Hypointens_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Optic-Chiasm VolumeFS_OpticChiasm_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Optic_chiasm\">Optic_chiasm</a>
CC_Posterior VolumeFS_CC_Posterior_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Corpus_callosum\">Corpus_callosum</a>
CC_Mid_Posterior VolumeFS_CC_MidPosterior_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Corpus_callosum\">Corpus_callosum</a>
CC_Central VolumeFS_CC_Central_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Corpus_callosum\">Corpus_callosum</a>
CC_Mid_Anterior VolumeFS_CC_MidAnterior_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Corpus_callosum\">Corpus_callosum</a>
CC_Anterior VolumeFS_CC_Anterior_VolOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition:  <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Corpus_callosum\">Corpus_callosum</a>

Instrument: Surface Area

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
Left bankssts Surface Area

FS_L_Bankssts_Area

 

Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Banks_of_superior_temporal_sulcus\">Banks of the Superior Temporal Sulcus</a>
Left caudalanteriorcingulate Surface AreaFS_L_Caudalanteriorcingulate_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudal_anterior_cingulate_cortex\">Caudal Anterior Cingulate Cortex</a>
Left caudalmiddlefrontal Surface AreaFS_L_Caudalmiddlefrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudal_middle_frontal_gyrus\">Caudal Middle Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left cuneus Surface AreaFS_L_Cuneus_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cuneus_cortex\">Cuneus Cortex</a>
Left entorhinal Surface Area

FS_L_Entorhinal_Area

 

Open^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Entorhinal_cortex\">Entorhinal Cortex</a>
Left fusiform Surface AreaFS_L_Fusiform_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Fusiform_gyrus\">Fusiform Gyrus</a>
Left inferiorparietal Surface AreaFS_L_Inferiorparietal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_parietal_cortex\">Inferior Parietal Cortex </a>
Left inferiortemporal Surface AreaFS_L_Inferiortemporal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_temporal_gyrus\">Inferior Temporal Gyrus</a>
Left isthmuscingulate Surface AreaFS_L_Isthmuscingulate_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Isthmus_of_cingulate_gyrus\">Isthmus Cingulate Gyrus</a>
Left lateraloccipital Surface AreaFS_L_Lateraloccipital_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_occipital_cortex\">Lateral Occipital Cortex</a>
Left lateralorbitofrontal Surface AreaFS_L_Lateralorbitofrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_orbital_frontal_cortex\">Lateral Orbital Frontal Cortex</a>
Left lingual Surface AreaFS_L_Lingual_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lingual_gyrus\">Lingual Gyrus</a>
Left medialorbitofrontal Surface AreaFS_L_Medialorbitofrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Medial_orbital_frontal_cortex\">Medial Orbital Frontal Cortex</a>
Left middletemporal Surface AreaFS_L_Middletemporal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Middle_temporal_gyrus\">Middle Temporal Gyrus</a>
Left parahippocampal Surface AreaFS_L_Parahippocampal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Parahippocampal_gyrus\">Parahippocampal Gyrus</a>
Left paracentral Surface AreaFS_L_Paracentral_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Paracentral_sulcus\">Paracentral Sulcus</a>
Left parsopercularis Surface AreaFS_L_Parsopercularis_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Opercular_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Opercular Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left parsorbitalis Surface AreaFS_L_Parsorbitalis_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Orbital_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Orbital Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left parstriangularis Surface AreaFS_L_Parstriangularis_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Triangular_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Triangular Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left pericalcarine Surface AreaFS_L_Pericalcarine_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Pericalcarine_cortex\">Pericalcarine Cortex</a>
Left postcentral Surface AreaFS_L_Postcentral_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Postcentral_gyrus\">Postcentral Gyrus</a>
Left posteriorcingulate Surface AreaFS_L_Posteriorcingulate_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Posterior_cingulate_gyrus\">Posterior Cingulate Gyrus</a>
Left precentral Surface AreaFS_L_Precentral_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Precentral_gyrus\">Precentral Gyrus</a>
Left precuneus Surface AreaFS_L_Precuneus_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Precuneus_cortex\">Precuneus Cortex</a>
Left rostralanteriorcingulate Surface AreaFS_L_Rostralanteriorcingulate_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Rostral_anterior_cingulate_cortex\">Rostral Anterior Cingulate Cortex</a>
Left rostralmiddlefrontal Surface AreaFS_L_Rostralmiddlefrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Rostral_middle_frontal_gyrus\">Rostral Middle Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left superiorfrontal Surface AreaFS_L_Superiorfrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_frontal_gyrus\">Superior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left superiorparietal Surface AreaFS_L_Superiorparietal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_parietal_cortex\">Superior Parietal Cortex </a>
Left superiortemporal Surface AreaFS_L_Superiortemporal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_temporal_gyrus\">Superior Temporal Gyrus</a>
Left supramarginal Surface AreaFS_L_Supramarginal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Supramarginal_gyrus\">Supramarginal Gyrus</a>
Left frontalpole Surface AreaFS_L_Frontalpole_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Frontal_pole\">Frontal Pole</a>
Left temporalpole Surface AreaFS_L_Temporalpole_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Temporal_pole\">Temporal Pole</a>
Left transversetemporal Surface AreaFS_L_Transversetemporal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Transverse_temporal_cortex\">Transverse Temporal Cortex</a>
Left insula Surface AreaFS_L_Insula_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Insula\">Insula</a>
Right bankssts Surface AreaFS_R_Bankssts_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Banks_of_superior_temporal_sulcus\">Banks of the Superior Temporal Sulcus</a>
Right caudalanteriorcingulate Surface AreaFS_R_Caudalanteriorcingulate_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudal_anterior_cingulate_cortex\">Caudal Anterior Cingulate Cortex</a>
Right caudalmiddlefrontal Surface AreaFS_R_Caudalmiddlefrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudal_middle_frontal_gyrus\">Caudal Middle Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right cuneus Surface AreaFS_R_Cuneus_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cuneus_cortex\">Cuneus Cortex</a>
Right entorhinal Surface AreaFS_R_Entorhinal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Entorhinal_cortex\">Entorhinal Cortex</a>
Right fusiform Surface AreaFS_R_Fusiform_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Fusiform_gyrus\">Fusiform Gyrus</a>
Right inferiorparietal Surface AreaFS_R_Inferiorparietal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_parietal_cortex\">Inferior Parietal Cortex </a>
Right inferiortemporal Surface AreaFS_R_Inferiortemporal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_temporal_gyrus\">Inferior Temporal Gyrus</a>
Right isthmuscingulate Surface AreaFS_R_Isthmuscingulate_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Isthmus_of_cingulate_gyrus\">Isthmus Cingulate Gyrus</a>
Right lateraloccipital Surface AreaFS_R_Lateraloccipital_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_occipital_cortex\">Lateral Occipital Cortex</a>
Right lateralorbitofrontal Surface AreaFS_R_Lateralorbitofrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_orbital_frontal_cortex\">Lateral Orbital Frontal Cortex</a>
Right lingual Surface AreaFS_R_Lingual_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lingual_gyrus\">Lingual Gyrus</a>
Right medialorbitofrontal Surface AreaFS_R_Medialorbitofrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Medial_orbital_frontal_cortex\">Medial Orbital Frontal Cortex</a>
Right middletemporal Surface AreaFS_R_Middletemporal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Middle_temporal_gyrus\">Middle Temporal Gyrus</a>
Right parahippocampal Surface AreaFS_R_Parahippocampal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Parahippocampal_gyrus\">Parahippocampal Gyrus</a>
Right paracentral Surface AreaFS_R_Paracentral_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Paracentral_sulcus\">Paracentral Sulcus</a>
Right parsopercularis Surface AreaFS_R_Parsopercularis_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Opercular_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Opercular Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right parsorbitalis Surface AreaFS_R_Parsorbitalis_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Orbital_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Orbital Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right parstriangularis Surface AreaFS_R_Parstriangularis_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Triangular_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Triangular Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right pericalcarine Surface AreaFS_R_Pericalcarine_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Pericalcarine_cortex\">Pericalcarine Cortex</a>
Right postcentral Surface AreaFS_R_Postcentral_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Postcentral_gyrus\">Postcentral Gyrus</a>
Right posteriorcingulate Surface AreaFS_R_Posteriorcingulate_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Posterior_cingulate_gyrus\">Posterior Cingulate Gyrus</a>
Right precentral Surface AreaFS_R_Precentral_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Precentral_gyrus\">Precentral Gyrus</a>
Right precuneus Surface AreaFS_R_Precuneus_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Precuneus_cortex\">Precuneus Cortex</a>
Right rostralanteriorcingulate Surface AreaFS_R_Rostralanteriorcingulate_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Rostral_anterior_cingulate_cortex\">Rostral Anterior Cingulate Cortex</a>
Right rostralmiddlefrontal Surface AreaFS_R_Rostralmiddlefrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Rostral_middle_frontal_gyrus\">Rostral Middle Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right superiorfrontal Surface AreaFS_R_Superiorfrontal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_frontal_gyrus\">Superior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right superiorparietal Surface AreaFS_R_Superiorparietal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_parietal_cortex\">Superior Parietal Cortex </a>
Right superiortemporal Surface AreaFS_R_Superiortemporal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_temporal_gyrus\">Superior Temporal Gyrus</a>
Right supramarginal Surface AreaFS_R_Supramarginal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Supramarginal_gyrus\">Supramarginal Gyrus</a>
Right frontalpole Surface AreaFS_R_Frontalpole_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Frontal_pole\">Frontal Pole</a>
Right temporalpole Surface AreaFS_R_Temporalpole_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Temporal_pole\">Temporal Pole</a>
Right transversetemporal Surface AreaFS_R_Transversetemporal_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Transverse_temporal_cortex\">Transverse Temporal Cortex</a>
Right insula Surface AreaFS_R_Insula_AreaOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Insula\">Insula</a>

Instrument: Surface Thickness

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription
Left bankssts Average ThicknessFS_L_Bankssts_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Banks_of_superior_temporal_sulcus\">Banks of the Superior Temporal Sulcus</a>
Left caudalanteriorcingulate Average ThicknessFS_L_Caudalanteriorcingulate_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudal_anterior_cingulate_cortex\">Caudal Anterior Cingulate Cortex</a>
Left caudalmiddlefrontal Average ThicknessFS_L_Caudalmiddlefrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudal_middle_frontal_gyrus\">Caudal Middle Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left cuneus Average ThicknessFS_L_Cuneus_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cuneus_cortex\">Cuneus Cortex</a>
Left entorhinal Average ThicknessFS_L_Entorhinal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Entorhinal_cortex\">Entorhinal Cortex</a>
Left fusiform Average ThicknessFS_L_Fusiform_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Fusiform_gyrus\">Fusiform Gyrus</a>
Left inferiorparietal Average ThicknessFS_L_Inferiorparietal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_parietal_cortex\">Inferior Parietal Cortex </a>
Left inferiortemporal Average ThicknessFS_L_Inferiortemporal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_temporal_gyrus\">Inferior Temporal Gyrus</a>
Left isthmuscingulate Average ThicknessFS_L_Isthmuscingulate_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Isthmus_of_cingulate_gyrus\">Isthmus Cingulate Gyrus</a>
Left lateraloccipital Average ThicknessFS_L_Lateraloccipital_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_occipital_cortex\">Lateral Occipital Cortex</a>
Left lateralorbitofrontal Average ThicknessFS_L_Lateralorbitofrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_orbital_frontal_cortex\">Lateral Orbital Frontal Cortex</a>
Left lingual Average ThicknessFS_L_Lingual_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lingual_gyrus\">Lingual Gyrus</a>
Left medialorbitofrontal Average ThicknessFS_L_Medialorbitofrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Medial_orbital_frontal_cortex\">Medial Orbital Frontal Cortex</a>
Left middletemporal Average ThicknessFS_L_Middletemporal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Middle_temporal_gyrus\">Middle Temporal Gyrus</a>
Left parahippocampal Average ThicknessFS_L_Parahippocampal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Parahippocampal_gyrus\">Parahippocampal Gyrus</a>
Left paracentral Average ThicknessFS_L_Paracentral_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Paracentral_sulcus\">Paracentral Sulcus</a>
Left parsopercularis Average ThicknessFS_L_Parsopercularis_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Opercular_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Opercular Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left parsorbitalis Average ThicknessFS_L_Parsorbitalis_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Orbital_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Orbital Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left parstriangularis Average ThicknessFS_L_Parstriangularis_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Triangular_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Triangular Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left pericalcarine Average ThicknessFS_L_Pericalcarine_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Pericalcarine_cortex\">Pericalcarine Cortex</a>
Left postcentral Average ThicknessFS_L_Postcentral_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Postcentral_gyrus\">Postcentral Gyrus</a>
Left posteriorcingulate Average ThicknessFS_L_Posteriorcingulate_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Posterior_cingulate_gyrus\">Posterior Cingulate Gyrus</a>
Left precentral Average ThicknessFS_L_Precentral_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Precentral_gyrus\">Precentral Gyrus</a>
Left precuneus Average ThicknessFS_L_Precuneus_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Precuneus_cortex\">Precuneus Cortex</a>
Left rostralanteriorcingulate Average ThicknessFS_L_Rostralanteriorcingulate_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Rostral_anterior_cingulate_cortex\">Rostral Anterior Cingulate Cortex</a>
Left rostralmiddlefrontal Average ThicknessFS_L_Rostralmiddlefrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Rostral_middle_frontal_gyrus\">Rostral Middle Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left superiorfrontal Average ThicknessFS_L_Superiorfrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_frontal_gyrus\">Superior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Left superiorparietal Average ThicknessFS_L_Superiorparietal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_parietal_cortex\">Superior Parietal Cortex </a>
Left superiortemporal Average ThicknessFS_L_Superiortemporal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_temporal_gyrus\">Superior Temporal Gyrus</a>
Left supramarginal Average Thickness FS_L_Supramarginal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Supramarginal_gyrus\">Supramarginal Gyrus</a>
Left frontalpole Average Thickness FS_L_Frontalpole_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Frontal_pole\">Frontal Pole</a>
Left temporalpole Average Thickness FS_L_Temporalpole_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Temporal_pole\">Temporal Pole</a>
Left transversetemporal Average Thickness FS_L_Transversetemporal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Transverse_temporal_cortex\">Transverse Temporal Cortex</a>
Left insula Average Thickness FS_L_Insula_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Insula\">Insula</a>
Right bankssts Average Thickness FS_R_Bankssts_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Banks_of_superior_temporal_sulcus\">Banks of the Superior Temporal Sulcus</a>
Right caudalanteriorcingulate Average Thickness FS_R_Caudalanteriorcingulate_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudal_anterior_cingulate_cortex\">Caudal Anterior Cingulate Cortex</a>
Right caudalmiddlefrontal Average Thickness FS_R_Caudalmiddlefrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Caudal_middle_frontal_gyrus\">Caudal Middle Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right cuneus Average Thickness FS_R_Cuneus_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Cuneus_cortex\">Cuneus Cortex</a>
Right entorhinal Average ThicknessFS_R entorhinal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Entorhinal_cortex\">Entorhinal Cortex</a>
Right fusiform Average Thickness FS_R_Fusiform_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Fusiform_gyrus\">Fusiform Gyrus</a>
Right inferiorparietal Average Thickness FS_R_Inferiorparietal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_parietal_cortex\">Inferior Parietal Cortex </a>
Right inferiortemporal Average Thickness FS_R_Inferiortemporal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Inferior_temporal_gyrus\">Inferior Temporal Gyrus</a>
Right isthmuscingulate Average Thickness FS_R_Isthmuscingulate_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Isthmus_of_cingulate_gyrus\">Isthmus Cingulate Gyrus</a>
Right lateraloccipital Average Thickness FS_R_Lateraloccipital_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_occipital_cortex\">Lateral Occipital Cortex</a>
Right lateralorbitofrontal Average Thickness FS_R_Lateralorbitofrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lateral_orbital_frontal_cortex\">Lateral Orbital Frontal Cortex</a>
Right lingual Average Thickness FS_R_Lingual_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Lingual_gyrus\">Lingual Gyrus</a>
Right medialorbitofrontal Average Thickness FS_R_Medialorbitofrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Medial_orbital_frontal_cortex\">Medial Orbital Frontal Cortex</a>
Right middletemporal Average Thickness FS_R_Middletemporal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Middle_temporal_gyrus\">Middle Temporal Gyrus</a>
Right parahippocampal Average ThicknessFS_R_Parahippocampal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Parahippocampal_gyrus\">Parahippocampal Gyrus</a>
Right paracentral Average Thickness FS_R_Paracentral_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Paracentral_sulcus\">Paracentral Sulcus</a>
Right parsopercularis Average Thickness FS_R_Parsopercularis_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Opercular_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Opercular Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right parsorbitalis Average Thickness FS_R_Parsorbitalis_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Orbital_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Orbital Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right parstriangularis Average Thickness FS_R_Parstriangularis_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Triangular_part_of_inferior_frontal_gyrus\">Triangular Part of Inferior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right pericalcarine Average Thickness FS_R_Pericalcarine_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Pericalcarine_cortex\">Pericalcarine Cortex</a>
Right postcentral Average Thickness FS_R_Postcentral_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Postcentral_gyrus\">Postcentral Gyrus</a>
Right posteriorcingulate Average Thickness FS_R_Posteriorcingulate_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Posterior_cingulate_gyrus\">Posterior Cingulate Gyrus</a>
Right precentral Average Thickness FS_R_Precentral_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Precentral_gyrus\">Precentral Gyrus</a>
Right precuneus Average Thickness FS_R_Precuneus_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Precuneus_cortex\">Precuneus Cortex</a>
Right rostralanteriorcingulate Average ThicknessFS_R rostralanteriorcingulate_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Rostral_anterior_cingulate_cortex\">Rostral Anterior Cingulate Cortex</a>
Right rostralmiddlefrontal Average ThicknessFS_R rostralmiddlefrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Rostral_middle_frontal_gyrus\">Rostral Middle Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right superiorfrontal Average Thickness FS_R_Superiorfrontal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_frontal_gyrus\">Superior Frontal Gyrus</a>
Right superiorparietal Average Thickness FS_R_Superiorparietal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_parietal_cortex\">Superior Parietal Cortex </a>
Right superiortemporal Average Thickness FS_R_Superiortemporal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Superior_temporal_gyrus\">Superior Temporal Gyrus</a>
Right supramarginal Average Thickness FS_R_Supramarginal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Supramarginal_gyrus\">Supramarginal Gyrus</a>
Right frontalpole Average Thickness FS_R_Frontalpole_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Frontal_pole\">Frontal Pole</a>
Right temporalpole Average Thickness FS_R_Temporalpole_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Temporal_pole\">Temporal Pole</a>
Right transversetemporal Average Thickness FS_R_Transversetemporal_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Transverse_temporal_cortex\">Transverse Temporal Cortex</a>
Right insula Average Thickness FS_R_Insula_ThckOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Neurolex definition: <a href=\"http://neurolex.org/wiki/Category:Insula\">Insula</a>

Category: Motor

Instrument: Endurance (2 minute walk test)

This test is adapted from the American Thoracic Society's 6-Minute Walk Test Protocol.  This test measures sub-maximal cardiovascular endurance by recording the distance that the participant is able to walk on a 50-foot (out and back) course in 2 minutes.  The participant's raw score is the distance in feet and inches walked in 2 minutes. The test overall takes approximately 4 minutes to administer (with instructions and practice). This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparatorsDescription 
NIH Toolbox 2-minute Walk Endurance Test: Unadjusted Scale ScoreEndurance_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This test is adapted from the American Thoracic Society’s 6-Minute Walk Test Protocol. This test measures sub-maximal cardiovascular endurance by recording the distance that the participant is able to walk on a 50-foot (out and back) course in 2 minutes. The participant’s raw score is the distance in feet and inches walked in 2 minutes. The test overall takes approximately 4 minutes to administer (with instructions and practice). This test is recommended for ages 3-85.
NIH Toolbox 2-minute Walk Endurance Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreEndurance_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This test is adapted from the American Thoracic Society’s 6-Minute Walk Test Protocol. This test measures sub-maximal cardiovascular endurance by recording the distance that the participant is able to walk on a 50-foot (out and back) course in 2 minutes. The participant’s raw score is the distance in feet and inches walked in 2 minutes. The test overall takes approximately 4 minutes to administer (with instructions and practice). This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

Instrument: Locomotion (4-meter walk test)

This test is adapted from the American Thoracic Society's 6-Minute Walk Test Protocol.  This test measures sub-maximal cardiovascular endurance by recording the distance that the participant is able to walk on a 50-foot (out and back) course in 2 minutes.  The participant's raw score is the distance in feet and inches walked in 2 minutes. The test overall takes approximately 4 minutes to administer (with instructions and practice). This test is recommended for ages 3-85.

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
NIH Toolbox 4-Meter Walk Gait Speed Test: Computed ScoreGaitSpeed_CompOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This test is adapted from the 4-meter walk test in the Short Physical Performance Battery. Participants are asked to walk a short distance (four meters) at their usual pace. Participants complete one practice and then two timed trials. Raw scores are recorded as the time in seconds required to walk 4 meters on each of the two trials, with the better trial used for scoring. The test takes approximately three minutes to administer (including instructions and practice). This test is recommended for ages 7-85. Computed scores are in meters per second.

Instrument: Dexterity (9-hole Pegboard)

This simple test of manual dexterity records the time required for the participant to accurately place and remove 9 plastic pegs into a plastic pegboard.  The protocol includes 1 practice and 1 timed trial with each hand.  Raw scores are recorded as time in seconds that it takes the participant to complete the task with each hand (a separate score for each). The test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
NIH Toolbox 9-hole Pegboard Dexterity Test: Unadjusted Scale ScoreDexterity_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This simple test of manual dexterity records the time required for the participant to accurately place and remove 9 plastic pegs into a plastic pegboard. The protocol includes 1 practice and 1 timed trial with each hand. Raw scores are recorded as time in seconds that it takes the participant to complete the task with the dominant hand. The test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.
NIH Toolbox 9-hole Pegboard Dexterity Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreDexterity_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This simple test of manual dexterity records the time required for the participant to accurately place and remove 9 plastic pegs into a plastic pegboard. The protocol includes 1 practice and 1 timed trial with each hand. Raw scores are recorded as time in seconds that it takes the participant to complete the task with the dominant hand. The test takes approximately 4 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.

Instrument: Strength (Grip Strength Dynamometry)

This protocol is adapted from the grip strength testing protocol of the American Society of Hand Therapy.  Participants are seated in a chair with their feet touching the ground.  With the elbow bent to 90 degrees and the arm against the trunk, wrist at neutral, participants squeeze the Jamar Plus Digital dynamometer as hard as they can for a count of three.  The dynamometer provides a digital reading of force in pounds.  A practice trial at less than full force and 1 test trial are completed with each hand. The test takes approximately 3 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
NIH Toolbox Grip Strength Test: Unadjusted Scale ScoreStrength_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This protocol is adapted from the grip strength testing protocol of the American Society of Hand Therapy. Participants are seated in a chair with their feet touching the ground. With the elbow bent to 90 degrees and the arm against the trunk, wrist at neutral, participants squeeze the Jamar Plus Digital dynamometer as hard as they can for a count of three. The dynamometer provides a digital reading of force in pounds. A practice trial at less than full force and 1 test trial are completed with each hand.
The Grip Strength Test provides a score for each hand, with the primary Toolbox score being the number of pounds of force the participant was able to generate using his/her dominant hand.
The test takes approximately 3 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.
NIH Toolbox Grip Strength Test: Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreStrength_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>This protocol is adapted from the grip strength testing protocol of the American Society of Hand Therapy. Participants are seated in a chair with their feet touching the ground. With the elbow bent to 90 degrees and the arm against the trunk, wrist at neutral, participants squeeze the Jamar Plus Digital dynamometer as hard as they can for a count of three. The dynamometer provides a digital reading of force in pounds. A practice trial at less than full force and 1 test trial are completed with each hand. The test takes approximately 3 minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 3-85.

Category: Personality

Instrument: Five Factor Model (NEO-FFI)

There is consensus that a five factor model captures the major facets of human personality across cultures (Heine and Buchtel 2009): a) neuroticism; b) extroversion/introversion; c) agreeableness; d) openness; and e) conscientiousness (Goldberg 1993; McCrae and Costa 2008). We are administering the 60 item version of the Costa and McRae Neuroticism/Extroversion/Openness Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI), which has shown excellent reliability and validity (McCrae and Costa 2004). This measure was available as part of the Penn Computerized Cognitive Battery (Gur et al. 2001a; Gur et al. 2010).

  1. Heine and Buchtel 2009
  2. Goldberg 1993McCrae and Costa 2008
  3. McCrae and Costa 2004
  4. McCrae and Costa 2004
Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
NEO-FFI Agreeableness (NEOFAC_A)NEOFAC_AOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>NEO-FFI Personality Agreeableness
NEO-FFI Openness to Experience (NEOFAC_O)NEOFAC_OOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>NEO-FFI Personality Openness
NEO-FFI Conscientiousness (NEOFAC_C)NEOFAC_COpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>NEO-FFI Personality Conscientiousness
NEO-FFI Neuroticism (NEOFAC_N)NEOFAC_NOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>NEO-FFI Personality Neuroticism
NEO-FFI Extraversion (NEOFAC_E)NEOFAC_EOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>NEO-FFI Personality Extroversion

 

 

Category: Psychiatric and Life Function

Restricted Instrument: Life Function (Achenbach Adult Self-Report, Syndrome Scales and DSM-Oriented Scale)

The NIH toolbox contains self-report measures of a number of important domains of experience, including positive and negative affect, stress, anxiety, depression and social support. To obtain additional self-report information on an even broader variety of domains, we also administer the Achenbach Adult Self-Report for Ages 18-59 (Achenbach 2009). Specifically, we administer the 123 items from Section VIII. These can be used to generate the ASR Syndrome Scales and the ASR DSM-Oriented Scales.

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators  Description
ASR Anxious/Depressed Raw Score (ASR_Anxd_Raw)ASR_Anxd_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[12][0-9]|3[0-6])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Anxious/Depressed Raw Score
ASR Anxious/Depressed Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (ASR_Anxd_Pct)ASR_Anxd_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Anxious/Depressed Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Withdrawn Raw Score (ASR_Witd_Raw)ASR_Witd_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-8])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Withdrawn Raw Score
ASR Withdrawn Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (ASR_Witd_Pct)ASR_Witd_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Withdrawn Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Somatic Complaints Raw Score (ASR_Soma_Raw)ASR_Soma_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-8])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Somatic Complaints Raw Score
ASR Somatic Complaints Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (ASR_Soma_Pct)ASR_Soma_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Somatic Complaints Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Thought Problems Raw Score (ASR_Thot_Raw)ASR_Thot_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-9]|20)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Thought Problems Raw Score
ASR Thought Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (ASR_Thot_Pct)ASR_Thot_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Thought Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Attention Problems Raw Score (ASR_Attn_Raw)ASR_Attn_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[12][0-9]|30)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Attention Problems Raw Score
ASR Attention Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (ASR_Attn_Pct)ASR_Attn_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Attention Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Aggressive Behavior Raw Score (ASR_Aggr_Raw)ASR_Aggr_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[12][0-9]|30)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Aggressive Behavior Raw Score
ASR Aggressive Behavior Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (ASR_Aggr_Pct)ASR_Aggr_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Aggressive Behavior Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Rule Breaking Behavior Raw Score (ASR_Rule_Raw)ASR_Rule_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-8])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Rule Breaking Behavior Raw Score
ASR Rule Breaking Behavior Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (ASR_Rule_Pct)ASR_Rule_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Rule Breaking Behavior Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Intrusive Raw Score (ASR_Intr_Raw)ASR_Intr_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-2])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Intrusive Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Intrusive Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (ASR_Intr_Pct)ASR_Intr_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Intrusive Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR Other Problems Raw Score (ASR_Oth_Raw)ASR_Oth_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[1-3][0-9]|4[0-2])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Other Raw Score
ASR Critical Items Raw Score (ASR_Crit_Raw)ASR_Crit_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[12][0-9]|3[0-4])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Critical Items Raw Score
ASR Internalizing Raw Score (ASR_Intn_Raw)ASR_Intn_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[1-6][0-9]|7[0-8])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Internalizing Raw Score
ASR Internalizing Gender and Age Adjusted T-score (ASR_Intn_T)ASR_Intn_TTier 1 Restricted^0*([3-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Internalizing Gender and Age Adjusted T-score
 ASR Externalizing Raw Score (ASR_Extn_Raw)ASR_Extn_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[1-6][0-9]|70)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Externalizing Raw Score
ASR Externalizing Gender and Age Adjusted T-score (ASR_Computed_Externalizing_Adjusted_T) (ASR_Extn_T)ASR_Extn_TTier 1 Restricted^0*([3-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Externalizing Gender and Age Adjusted T-score

ASR Sum of Thought, Attention, and Other Problems Raw Score (ASR_TAO_Sum)

 

ASR_TAO_SumTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[1-7][0-9]|8[0-4])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Sum of Thought, Attention, and Other Raw Score
ASR Total Problems Raw Score (ASR_Totp_Raw)ASR_Totp_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]{1,2}|1[0-9]{2}|2[0-3][0-9]|240)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Total Raw Score
ASR Total Problems Gender and Age Adjusted T-score (ASR_Totp_T)ASR_Totp_TTier 1 Restricted^0*(2[5-9]|[3-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR Total Gender and Age Adjusted T-score
ASR DSM Depressive Problems Raw Score (DSM_Depr_Raw)DSM_Depr_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-8])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Depressive Problems Raw Score
ASR DSM Depressive Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (DSM_Depr_Pct)DSM_Depr_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Depressive Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR DSM Anxiety Problems Raw Score (DSM_Anxi_Raw)DSM_Anxi_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-4])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Anxiety Problems Raw Score
ASR DSM Anxiety Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (DSM_Anxi_Pct)DSM_Anxi_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Anxiety Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR DSM Somatic Problems Raw Score (DSM_Somp_Raw)DSM_Somp_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-8])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Somatic Problems Raw Score
ASR DSM Somatic Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (DSM_Somp_Pct)DSM_Somp_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Somatic Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR DSM Avoidant Personality Problems Raw Score (DSM_Avoid_Raw)DSM_Avoid_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-4])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Avoidant Personality Problems Raw Score
ASR DSM Avoidant Personality Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (DSM_Avoid_Pct)DSM_Avoid_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Avoidant Personality Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR DSM AD/H Problems Raw Score (DSM_Adh_Raw)DSM_Adh_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-6])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM AD/H Problems Raw Score
ASR DSM AD/H Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (DSM_Adh_Pct)DSM_Adh_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM AD/H Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile
ASR DSM Inattention Problems Raw Score (DSM_Inat_Raw)DSM_Inat_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-4])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Inattention Problems Raw Score
ASR DSM Hyperactivity Problems Raw Score (DSM_Hype_Raw)DSM_Hype_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|1[0-2])$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Hyperactivity Problems Raw Score
ASR DSM Antisocial Personality Problems Raw Score (DSM_Antis_Raw)DSM_Antis_RawTier 1 Restricted^0*([0-9]|[1-3][0-9]|40)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Antisocial Personality Problems Raw Score
ASR DSM Antisocial Personality Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile (DSM_Antis_Pct) DSM_Antis_PctTier 1 Restricted^0*([5-9][0-9]|100)$=,NOT =,<,>ASR DSM Antisocial Personality Problems Gender and Age Adjusted Percentile

Restricted Instrument: Psychiatric History

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators  Description
Childhood Conduct ProblemsSSAGA_ChildhoodConductTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT = 
Panic DisorderSSAGA_PanicDisorderTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ Non-diagnostic screen available to exclude possible cases of panic disorder
AgoraphobiaSSAGA_AgoraphobiaTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ Non-diagnostic screen available to exclude possible cases of agoraphobia
Major Depressive EpisodeSSAGA_Depressive_EpTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ Has the participant experienced a diagnosed DSMIV Major Depressive Episode over his/her lifetime?
Number Depressive SymptomsSSAGA_Depressive_SxTier 1 Restricted^[0-9]+$ Number of depressive symptoms over lifetime that meet DSMIV criterion for major depression.

 

Category: Sensory

Instrument: Audition (Words in Noise)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
NIH Toolbox Words-In-Noise Age 6+: Computed ScoreNoise_CompOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,
This automated audiometric test measures hearing thresholds at six different frequencies (.5, 1, 2, 4, 6 and 8 kHz), separately in the left and right ears. On each trial, the participant’s task is to detect whether a pure tone was presented via headphones by answering yes (tone heard) or no (tone not heard). This test takes approximately nine minutes to administer and is recommended for ages 6-85. Based on the participant’s responses, the computer software automatically scores each trial at each of the frequencies for left and right ears, determining the hearing threshold (in decibels)—that is, the level below which the participant cannot hear the tone.To provide a unifying score for Toolbox users, a single hearing metric is provided that is commonly used: a Pure Tone Average (PTA). This is calculated by averaging the threshold scores of 1, 2 and 4 kHz frequencies. Scores for each ear are calculated, with the PTA from the better ear reported as the primary score (i.e., the ear with the lower PTA).

Instrument: Olfaction (Odor Identification Test)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
NIH Toolbox Odor Identification Age 3+ Unadjusted Scale ScoreOdor_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
NIH Toolbox Odor Identification Age 3+ Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreOdor_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Instrument: Pain (Pain Intensity and Interference Surveys)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description

NIH Toolbox Pain Intensity Survey Age 18+: Raw Score

Excluded currently due to glich in the Toolbox data download

PainIntens_RawScore   

This measure consists of a single item measuring immediate (i.e., acute) pain in adults. It asks a participant to rate level of pain experienced “over the last seven days.” It takes less than one minute to administer and is recommended for ages 18-85.

Scoring Process: The single item is simply scored on a 0-10 scale, with 0 representing no pain, and 10 representing the “worst imaginable pain.” No derived scores are available.

NIH Toolbox Pain Interference Survey Age 18+: T-scorePainInterf_TscoreOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>

This brief self-report scale measures the degree to which pain interferes with other activities in life in adults. Pain interference items were developed as part of the NIH PROMIS. This measure is administered as a CAT and takes approximately three minutes. It is recommended for ages 18-85. Each item administered has a 5-point scale with options ranging from “not at all” to “very much” on questions about how much pain interferes with aspects of one’s life. The survey is scored, and while no Toolbox norms are available for this measure, the scores are converted to general T-scores based on the PROMIS sample to whom this test was given.

Instrument: Taste (Taste Intensity Test)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
NIH Toolbox Regional Taste Intensity Age 12+ Unadjusted Scale ScoreTaste_UnadjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
NIH Toolbox Regional Taste Intensity Age 12+ Age-Adjusted Scale ScoreTaste_AgeAdjOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Instrument: Vision (EVA Scores and Farnsworth Test)

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessEnumerated ValuesValidationComparators Description
Color Vision CategoryColor_VisionTier 1 Restricted

Normal

Tritian

Protan

Deutran

 =,NOT = 
Eye Used For Color Vision TestEyeTier 1 Restricted

Both (B)

Right (R)

Left (L)

 =,NOT = 
EVA score - NumeratorEVA_NumTier 1 Restricted^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>  
EVA score - DenominatorEVA_DenomTier 1 Restricted^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>  
Eyeglass correctionCorrectionTier 1 Restricted ^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Instrument: Contrast Sensitivity (Mars Contrast Sensitivity)

Contrast sensitivity is measured using the Mars Contrast Sensitivity Test (Arditi et al. 2005), a brief, valid and reliable measure that improves upon the traditional Pelli-Robson measure (Dougherty et al. 2005; Haymes et al. 2006; Thayaparan et al. 2007).

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Mars Contrast Sensitivity ScoreMars_Log_ScoreOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Errors on MarsMars_ErrsOpen^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Mars Final Contrast Sensitivity ScoreMars_FinalOpen^[-+]?[0-9]*[.]?[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Category: Substance Use

Instrument: Breathalyzer and Drug Test Results

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Any breathalyzer over .05Breathalyzer_Over_05Tier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Any breathalyzer over .08Breathalyzer_Over_08Tier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Positive test for CocaineCocaineTier 2 Restricted =,NOT = 
Positive test for THCTHCTier 2 Restricted =,NOT = 
Positive test for OpiatesOpiatesTier 2 Restricted =,NOT = 
Positive test for AmphetaminesAmphetaminesTier 2 Restricted =,NOT = 
Positive test for MethAmphetamineMethAmphetamineTier 2 Restricted =,NOT = 
Positive test for OxycontinOxycontinTier 2 Restricted =,NOT = 

Instrument: Alcohol Use 7-Day Retrospective

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Total drinks in past 7 daysTotal_Drinks_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Number days drank in past 7 days

Num_Days_Drank_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekday drinks/day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekday_Drinks_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekend drinks/day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekend_Drinks_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total drinks in past 7 days (Beer/Wine Coolers)Total_Beer_Wine_Cooler_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekday drinks/day in past 7 days (Beer/Wine Coolers)Avg_Weekday_Beer_Wine_Cooler_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekend drinks/day in past 7 days (Beer/Wine Coolers)Avg_Weekend_Beer_Wine_Cooler_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total drinks in past 7 days (Malt Liquor)Total_Malt_Liquor_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekday drinks/day in past 7 days (Malt Liquor)Avg_Weekday_Malt_Liquor_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekend drinks/day in past 7 days (Malt Liquor)Avg_Weekend_Malt_Liquor_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total drinks in past 7 days (Wine)Total_Wine_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekday drinks/day in past 7 days (Wine)Avg_Weekday_Wine_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekend drinks/day in past 7 days (Wine)Avg_Weekend_Wine_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total drinks in past 7 days (Hard Liquor)Total_Hard_Liquor_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekday drinks/day in past 7 days (Hard Liquor)Avg_Weekday_Hard_Liquor_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekend drinks/day in past 7 days (Hard Liquor)Avg_Weekend_Hard_Liquor_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total drinks in past 7 days (Other Alcohol)Total_Other_Alc_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekday drinks/day in past 7 days (Other Alcohol)Avg_Weekday_Other_Alc_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekend drinks/day in past 7 days (Other Alcohol)Avg_Weekend_Other_Alc_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Instrument: Alcohol Use and Dependence

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Number of DSM4 Alcohol Dependence Criteria EndorsedSSAGA_Alc_D4_Dp_SxTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Number of DSM4 ALC Dependence Criteria Met: If participant is male: 0, 1, 2, 3+ = 3; If female: 0, 1, 2+ = 2
DSM4 Alcohol Abuse Criteria Met
SSAGA_Alc_D4_Ab_DxTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Participant meets DSM4 criteria for Alcohol Abuse
DSM4 Alcohol Abuse number of symptomsSSAGA_Alc_D4_Ab_SxTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Number of symptoms participant has of DSM4 Alcohol Abuse
DSM4 Alcohol Dependence Criteria Met
SSAGA_Alc_D4_Dp_DxTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Participant meets DSM4 criteria for DSM4 Alcohol Dependence  
Drinks per drinking day in past 12 monthsSSAGA_Alc_12_Drinks_Per_DayTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Drinks consumed per drinking day in past 12 months: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5-6 = 5, 7+ = 6
Frequency of any alcohol use in past 12 monthsSSAGA_Alc_12_FrqTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Frequency of any alcohol use in past 12 months:  4-7 days/week (1 if male, 2 if female), 3 days/week = 2, 2 days/week = 3, 1 day/week = 4, 1-3 days month = 5, 1-11 days/year = 6, never in past 12 months = 7
Frequency of drinking 5+ drinks in past 12 monthsSSAGA_Alc_12_Frq_5plusTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Frequency of drinking 5+ drinks in past 12 months: 3+ days/week = 1 if male, 2 if female;  1-2 days/week = 2; 1-3 days/month = 3; 1-11 days/year = 4; never = 5
Frequency drunk in past 12 monthsSSAGA_Alc_12_Frq_DrkTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Frequency drunk in past 12 months: 1-7 days/week = 1 if male, 2 if female, 1-3 days/month = 2, 1-11 days/year = 3, never = 4
Max drinks in a single day in past 12 monthsSSAGA_Alc_12_Max_DrinksTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Max drinks consumed in a single day in the past 12 months: 1-2 = 1; 3-4 = 2; 5-6 = 3; 7-8 = 4; 9-10 = 5; 11-12 = 6 if male, 5 if female; 13+ = 7, 5 if female
Age at first alcohol useSSAGA_Alc_Age_1st_UseTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Age at first alcohol use: <15 = 1, 15-16 = 2, 17-18 = 3, 19-20 = 4, 21+ = 5
Drinks per day in heaviest 12-month  periodSSAGA_Alc_Hvy_Drinks_Per_DayTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Drinks per day in heaviest 12-month drinking period of participant's lifetime: 0 or 1 = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5-6 = 5, 7+ = 6
Frequency of any alcohol use, heaviest 12-month periodSSAGA_Alc_Hvy_FrqTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Frequency of any alcohol use in heaviest 12-month drinking period of participant's lifetime:  4-7 days/week  = 1, 3 days/week = 2, 2 days/week = 3, 1 day/week = 4, 1-3 days/month = 5, 1-11 days/year or never = 6
Frequency of drinking 5+ drinks,  heaviest 12-month periodSSAGA_Alc_Hvy_Frq_5plusTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Frequency of drinking 5+ drinks during heaviest 12-month drinking period of participant's lifetime: 3+ days/week = 1, 1-2 days/week = 2, 1-3 days/month = 3, 1-11 days year = 4, never = 5
Frequency drunk in heaviest 12-month periodSSAGA_Alc_Hvy_Frq_DrkTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Frequency drunk in heaviest 12-month drinking period of participant's lifetime: 1-7 days/week = 1, 1-3 days/month = 2, 1-11 days/year = 3, never = 4
Lifetime max drinks in single daySSAGA_Alc_Hvy_Max_DrinksTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Lifetime max drinks consumed in single day: <=3 = 1; 4-6 = 2; 7-9 = 3; 10-12 = 4; 13-15 = 5; 16-20 = 6; 21+ = 7 if male, 6 if female

Instrument: Tobacco Use 7-Day Retrospective

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Total times used/smoked ANY TOBACCO in past 7 daysTotal_Any_Tobacco_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Times used/smoked ANY TOBACCO TODAYTimes_Used_Any_Tobacco_TodayTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Number days smoked/used ANY TOBACCO in past 7 daysNum_Days_Used_Any_Tobacco_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekday ANY TOBACCO per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekday_Any_Tobacco_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg total weekend ANY TOBACCO per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekend_Any_Tobacco_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total # CIGARETTES in past 7 daysTotal_Cigarettes_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekday CIGARETTES per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekday_Cigarettes_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekend CIGARETTES per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekend_Cigarettes_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total # CIGARS in past 7 daysTotal_Cigars_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekday CIGARS per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekday_Cigars_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekend CIGARS per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekend_Cigars_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Total # PIPES in past 7 daysTotal_Pipes_7daysTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekday PIPES per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekday_Pipes_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekend PIPES per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekend_Pipes_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Times used CHEW in past 7 daysTotal_Chew_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekday times used CHEW per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekday_Chew_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekend times used CHEW per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekend_Chew_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Times used SNUFF in past 7 daysTotal_Snuff_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekday times used SNUFF per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekday_Snuff_7days
Tier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekend times used SNUFF per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekend_Snuff_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Times used OTHER TOBACCO in past 7 daysTotal_Other_Tobacco_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekday times used OTHER TOBACCO per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekday_Other_Tobacco_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 
Avg weekend times used OTHER TOBACCO per day in past 7 daysAvg_Weekend_Other_Tobacco_7daysTier 2 Restricted ^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,> 

Instrument: Tobacco Use and Dependence

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Fagerstrom FTND scoreSSAGA_FTND_ScoreTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Fagerstrom FTND score: 4+ indicative of dependence; >6 recoded as 6)
Fagerstrom HSI score: HSI measure of tobacco dependenceSSAGA_HSI_ScoreTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Fagerstrom HSI score: HSI measure of tobacco dependence  (>4 recoded as 4)
For regular smokers, age first smoked a cigarette (even a puff)SSAGA_TB_Age_1st_CigTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>For those who were/are regular smokers, age first smoked a cigarette (even a puff), (<=14, 15-17, 18-20, >=21)
DSM tobacco dependence - difficulty quittingSSAGA_TB_DSM_Difficulty_QuittingTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Participant meets DSM criteria for tobacco dependence - difficulty quitting
DSM tobacco dependence - toleranceSSAGA_TB_DSM_ToleranceTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Participant meets DSM criteria for tobacco dependence - tolerance
DSM tobacco dependence - withdrawalSSAGA_TB_DSM_WithdrawalTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Participant meets DSM criteria for tobacco dependence - withdrawal
Cigarettes per day during heaviest periodSSAGA_TB_Hvy_CPDTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>For those who were/are regular smokers, Cigarettes per day during heaviest period of use (1-5 = 5; 6-10 = 10; 11-15 = 15; 16-20 = 20; >20 = 30)
Most cigarettes smoked in a daySSAGA_TB_Max_CigsTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>For those who were/are regular smokers, Most cigarettes smoked in a day (5, 10, 15, 20, >=30)
Cigarettes per day when smoking regularlySSAGA_TB_Reg_CPDTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>For those who were/are regular smokers, Cigarettes per day when smoking regularly (1-5 = 5; 6-10 = 10; 11-15 = 15; 16-20 = 20; >20 = 30)
Smoking historySSAGA_TB_Smoking_HistoryTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Smoking history: never smoked (0), experimented 1-19 times (1), smoked 20+ cigarettes over lifetime, but was never a regular smoker (2), was/is a regular smoker (3)
Whether age last smoked is current ageSSAGA_TB_Still_SmokingTier 2 Restricted =For those who were/are regular smokers, Is the participant still smoking?
Years since respondent smoked last cigaretteSSAGA_TB_Yrs_Since_QuitTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>For those who were/are regular smokers, Years since respondent smoked last cigarette (0; 1; 2 or more)
Years smokedSSAGA_TB_Yrs_SmokedTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>For those who were/are regular smokers, Years smoked (1-5 years = 5; 6-10 = 10; 11-15 = 15; 16+ = 18)

Instrument: Illicit Drug Use

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Times used illicit drugsSSAGA_Times_Used_IllicitsTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>???Is this just a sum of the below?
Times used cocaineSSAGA_Times_Used_CocaineTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>

Times used cocaine: never used = 0, 1-2 = 1, 3-5 = 1, 6-10 = 5, >10 = 5

Times used hallucinogensSSAGA_Times_Used_HallucinogensTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Times used hallucinogens: never used = 0, 1-2 = 1, 3-5 = 1, 6-10 = 5, >10 = 5
Times used opiatesSSAGA_Times_Used_OpiatesTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Times used opiates: never used = 0, 1-2 = 1, 3-5 = 1, 6-10 = 5, >10 = 5
Times used sedativesSSAGA_Times_Used_SedativesTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Times used sedatives: never used = 0, 1-2 = 1, 3-5 = 1, 6-10 = 5, >10 = 5
Times used stimulantsSSAGA_Times_Used_StimulantsTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Times used stimulants: never used = 0, 1-2 = 1, 3-5 = 1, 6-10 = 5, >10 = 5

Instrument: Marijuana Use and Dependence

Display NameColumn HeaderAccessValidationComparators Description
Ever used marijuana?SSAGA_Mj_UseTier 2 Restricted =Ever used marijuana: no = 0; yes = 1
DSM Marijuana DependenceSSAGA_Mj_Ab_DepTier 2 Restricted =Participant meets DSM criteria for Marijuana Dependence
Age at first marijuana useSSAGA_Mj_Age_1st_UseTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Age at first marijuana use: <=14 = 1; 15-17 = 2; 18-20 = 3; >=21 = 4
Times used marijuanaSSAGA_Mj_Times_UsedTier 2 Restricted^[0-9]+$=,NOT =,<,>Times used marijuana: never used = 0; 1-5 = 1; 6-10 = 2; 11-25 = 3; 26-50 = 3; 51-100 = 3; 101-999 = 4; 1000-2000 = 5; >2000 = 5

 

 

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