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Welcome to The Data Description Page for the 1st Generation Trials

As part of an ongoing evaluation of two school-based preventive intervention trials, the Baltimore Prevention Program has collected data on children's Social Adaptive Status (SAS), Psychological Well-Being (PWB) , and Neuropsychological Functioning. This page describes what has been collected at the item and construct level from ages 6 to 32.


PRC Data Users Guide 

Methods and Measures

Parallel Data Menu

Demographic Variables 

Years: 1985-1989

Years: 1990-1994

Teacher Ratings

Teacher Forms

Attention Concentration Problems: Item Level and Construct

Years: 1985-1989

Years: 1990-1994

Aggressive/Disruptive Behavior: Item Level and Construct

Years: 1985-1990  

Years: 1990-1994

Shy Behaviors: Item Level and Construct

Years: 1985-1989

Years: 1990-1994

Maturity, Hyperactivity, and Impulsivity: Item Level and Construct

Years: 1985-1989

Years: 1990-1994

Psychosocial Well-Being and Global Rating of SAS: Item Level and Construct

Years: 1985-1989

Years: 1990-1994

Child Service Items

Years: 1985-1989: Part I and Part II

Years: 1990-1994: Part I and Part II 

Parent Interview: Item Level and Construct

Version 1 of Parent Interview

Demographic and Household Roster

Household Roster

Biological Parents

Race and Ethnicity

Siblings

Child Psychological Well-Being: "How I Feel" Parent Version

Child Social Adaptational Status: Parent Observation of Child Adaptation

Parent Substance Use

Children-Based Service Utilization

Parent-School Interaction

Parent Articulation and Engagement in Programs

Interviewers' Observation

Version 2, 3, 4, 5 of Parent Interview

Demographics / Household Roster

Biological Parents

Race and Ethnicity

Siblings

Household and Family Changes

Child's Caregivers

Child Psychological Well-Being: "How I Feel" Parent Version

Child Social Adaptational Status: Parent Observation of Child Adaptation

Children-Based Service Utilization: Child School Experience

Child's Service Needs and Utilization

Parent Management Skills and Practices

Home Educational Environmental Index - Heel

Family Substance Use

Family Health

Family Situation

Household Income

Interviewer Observation and Other Information

Child Self Report: Psychological Well-Being

CDI, R-CMAS, and HIF Forms 

Depressive Symptoms: Item Level and Construct

Years: 1985-1990

Years: 1991-1994

Anxious Symptoms: Item Level and Construct

Years: 1985-1990

Years: 1991-1994 

Peer Nomination: Item Level     

Years: 1985-1989

Years: 1990-1994

Neuropsychological Functioning: Naming Convention for Attention Variables

CPT variables

Neurological Soft Signs

Digit / Letter Cancellation Task

WISC - R Subscales

Wisconsin Card Sort Variables

Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test

Behavioral Ratings of Kids

School Records: Disciplinary Removals and Suspension

Census Records (adobe file)

Young Adult Age 19-20 Survey 

Young Adult Age 30-32 Survey

Tables

First grade comparisons

Young Adult comparisons including JCA time points

Denominators

YA Drug Prevalence

Inclusion report

Follow-up Chart

School Record Counts

School Design

 

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