• measure Language Development Survey (LDS)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  2.5 years
    0
    30 years
    The Language Development Survey (LDS) assesses receptive and expressive language development. This is a 310-word vocabulary checklist, e.g., ‘Apple’ and ‘Tortoise’, with words arranged within 14 semantic categories. Parents were asked to identify the words that the child uses spontaneously.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Speech and language development

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  Covid questionnaires
    0
    30 years
    This part of the questionnaire on the 17 year old adolescent, completed by the main caregiver is about speech and language development. The nine questions concern language and communications skills, including more detailed questions on language problems like stuttering.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Columbia Card Task (CCT)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  9-10 years
    0
    30 years
    The Columbia Card Task (CCT) is a psychological test that measures cognitive functions related to executive functioning, such as planning, set shifting, decision-making, and inhibitory control. During the CCT, participants are presented with a deck of cards and are required to sort the cards based on different categories, with the rules for sorting...
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Parent Report Children's Abilities (PARCA) - abbreviated version

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  2 years 2.5 years
    0
    30 years
    The Parent Report of Children's Abilities (PARCA) is a questionnaire used to assess the developmental progress in areas such as communication, socialization, self-help skills, and cognitive abilities of children aged 1-4 years.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  13-14 years
    0
    30 years
    The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC) is an IQ test for children of 6-17 years of age to determine general intelligence. It generates a full scale IQ (formerly known as an intelligence quotient or IQ score) that represents a child's general intellectual ability. The most common primary index scores are the Verbal Comprehension Index, the...
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Macarthur Communicative Development Inventory (MCDI)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  1.5 years
    0
    30 years
    The MacArthur Communicative Development Inventories (CDIs) are a pair of widely used parent-report instruments for assessing communicative skills in infants and toddlers. The CDIs are parent report instruments which capture important information about children's developing abilities in early language, including vocabulary comprehension, production,...
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Neuropsychological development (NEPSY-II-NL)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  7 years
    0
    30 years
    Neurophysiological functioning was assessed using the NEPSY-II-NL, which is the Dutch adaptation of NEPSY-II. A total 10 tests from the NEPSY were included, namely Auditory attention and response set, Statue, Word generation, Memory for faces, Memory for faces (delayed), Narrative memory, Visuomotor precision, Arrows, Geometric puzzles, and Route finding....
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Conners' Parent Rating Scale - Revised Short Form (CPRS-R)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  8 years
    0
    30 years
    The Conners’ Parent Rating Scale–Revised Short Form was used to assess attention problems in children. This questionnaire contains 27-items and includes attention problems and symptoms of the oppositional defiant disorder.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Nonword repetition task (NWR) - shortened

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  9-10 years
    0
    30 years
    A simplified version of the Dutch nonword repetition task (NWR; Rispens & Baker, 2012). The NWR was shortened and scoring was transformed to correct/incorrect nonwords, resulting in the shortened NWR (NWR-S).
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Short Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Screener (SOCS)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  8 years 9-10 years 13-14 years Covid questionnaires 17-18 years
    0
    30 years
    Obsessive compulsive symptoms were assessed using the Short OCD Screener (SOCS) at multiple times via the main caregiver- and child-report. The SOCS is a 7-item scale questionnaire measuring compulsive behaviors including checking, repetition, and ability to stop behaviors, assessed on a 3-point Likert scale.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  4 years 13-14 years
    0
    30 years
    Brief Rating Inventory of Executive ​ ​Function was administered, measuring inhibition, shifting, emotional control, working memory, and planning functions.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Raven's Progressive Matrices Test (RPM) - set I

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  5-6 years
    0
    30 years
    Raven's Progressive Matrices (often referred to simply as Raven's Matrices or RPM) is a non-verbal test used to measure general intelligence and abstract reasoning. It is one of the most common tests administered to both groups and individuals ranging from 5-years-olds to the elderly. It consists of 60 multiple choice questions, listed in order of...
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Grief Cognitions Questionnaire (GCQ)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:Interview
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  Covid questionnaires
    0
    30 years
    The Grief Cognitions Questionnaire (GCQ) is a 38-item questionnaire representing 9 categories of negative, bereavement-related cognitions. It is rated with 6-point scale from 0 (disagree strongly) to 5 (agree strongly).
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Five-Minute Speech Sample

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:Interview
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  Late pregnancy
    0
    30 years
    The Coding of Expressed Emotion from the Five Minute Speech Sample is a method to assess the emotional climate in families. The Five Minute Speech Sample is a task in which a family member speaks about topic of their choice for five minutes while being recorded. The sample is then transcribed and coded for emotional expression using the EE coding system....
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Auditory Continuous Performance Test for Preschoolers (ACPT-P)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  4 years
    0
    30 years
    The Auditory Continuous Performance Test for Preschoolers (ACPT-P) is a tool used to assess the auditory attention and sustained attention abilities of preschool-aged children. It involves a series of auditory stimuli presented to the child, and the child is required to respond to specific target stimuli.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Short-term working memory

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  4 years
    0
    30 years
    A forward short-term consists of 8 test trials, where 4 sections are repeated twice. In the task, the child is presented with two circles of colors, and has to then identify it from a five-color wheel. The test stopped if the child failed a trial twice, the total error score can vary between 0 to 8.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure CITO score

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests,SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  13-14 years
    0
    30 years
    The CITO-test is a standardized test for educational achievement that is administered in the final grade (when children are 11 or 12 years old) of elementary school. The CITO-test consists of multiple choice items in 4 different educational skills, namely Arithmetic, Language, Study Skills, and Science and Social Studies. All scores on the scales are...
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Simon task

    Study:NTR
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Young Netherlands Twin Register  YE_ATTEF2
    0
    30 years
    The Simon task is a selective attention task. In the computerized version of a visual spatial Simon task subjects have to respond to the colour of a stimulus. On the screen a red circle or a green circle appears. In case of a red circle children have to push the right button, in case of a green circle children have to push the left button. By manipulating...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
  • measure Mental Rotations Test (MRT)

    Study:NTR
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Young Netherlands Twin Register  YE_ATTEF3
    0
    30 years
    In the Mental Rotations Test (MRT) participants are asked to compare two-dimensional drawings and three- dimensional geometric figures. This test assesses spatial processing.
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
  • measure Amsterdam Neuropsychological Tasks (ANT)

    Study:NTR
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests   Behavioral/cognitive task
    Available measurements:
    Young Netherlands Twin Register  YE_ATTEF1 YE_ATTEF2
    0
    30 years
    The Amsterdam Neuropsychological Tasks (ANT) are computerized executive functioning tasks. The ANTs measure a diverse range of executive functions, including attention, working memory, and inhibition.
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
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