• 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 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 Family Assessment Device (FAD)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  Mid pregnancy 1 year 5-6 years 9-10 years Covid questionnaires
    0
    30 years
    The McMaster's Family Assessment Device (FAD) evaluates families according to the McMaster Model of Family Functioning. The FAD is made up of seven scales which measure Problem Solving, Communication, Roles, Affective Responsiveness, Affective Involvement, Behavior Control and General Functioning.
    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 Ages and Stages Questionnaire - Social-Emotional (ASQ-SE)

    Study:RADAR
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Third Generation  T1 T2 T3
    0
    30 years
    The Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) assessess childrens' skills in five developmental areas, including Communication, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Problem-Solving, and Personal-Social. This developmental check-up is available for children between 2 and 60 months.
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
  • measure Family Assessment Device (FAD)

    Study:NTR
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Young Netherlands Twin Register  YS_DHBQP YS_DHBQ14 YS_DHBQ16 YS_DHBQ18 YC_BS2
    0
    30 years
    The McMaster's Family Assessment Device (FAD) evaluates families according to the McMaster Model of Family Functioning. The FAD is made up of seven scales which measure Problem Solving, Communication, Roles, Affective Responsiveness, Affective Involvement, Behavior Control and General Functioning.
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
  • measure Nonverbal communication tasks

    Study:RADAR
    Mode of collection:Observation
    Available measurements:
    Third Generation  T2
    0
    30 years
    The tasks include following the commands, object spectacle, turn-taking, social interaction, gaze following, response to invitation, book presentation, plastic jar, social imitation
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
  • measure Ages and Stages Questionnaire - Social-Emotional (ASQ-SE)

    Study:YOUth
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Baby and Child  5 months 10 months 3 years
    0
    30 years
    The Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) assessess childrens' skills in five developmental areas, including Communication, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Problem-Solving, and Personal-Social. This developmental check-up is available for children between 2 and 60 months.
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 30, 2023
  • measure Parent-Child Interaction (PCI)

    Study:YOUth
    Mode of collection:Observation
    Available measurements:
    Baby and Child  5 months 10 months 3 years 6 years
    0
    30 years
    Parent child interaction (PCI) is recorded to code qualitative aspects of the observed interaction between parent and child based on explicitly defined behaviors. The PCI consists of age appropriate structured tasks that include a common mildly stressful event (clean-up and a teaching task), and a pleasant event (unstructured free play).
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 30, 2023
  • measure Parent-Child Interaction (PCI) - Cooperation

    Study:YOUth
    Mode of collection:Observation
    Available measurements:
    Child and Adolescent  9 years 12 years
    0
    30 years
    Parent child interaction (PCI) is recorded to code qualitative aspects of the observed interaction between parent and child based on explicitly defined behaviors. The PCI consists of age appropriate structured scenarios that include a common mildly stressful topic (Conflict task), and a pleasant scenario (Cooperation task). In the Vacation task,...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 30, 2023
  • measure Dual Eyetracking

    Study:YOUth
    Mode of collection:MeasurementsAndTests
    Available measurements:
    Child and Adolescent  9 years
    0
    30 years
    We used a dual eye-tracking setup that is capable of concurrently recording eye movements, frontal video, and audio during video-mediated face-to-face interactions between parents and their preadolescent children. Parent–child dyads engaged in conversations about cooperative and conflictive family topics. Each conversation lasted for approximately 5 minutes.
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 30, 2023
  • measure Parent-Child Interaction (PCI) - Conflict

    Study:YOUth
    Mode of collection:Observation
    Available measurements:
    Child and Adolescent  9 years 12 years
    0
    30 years
    Parent child interaction (PCI) is recorded to code qualitative aspects of the observed interaction between parent and child based on explicitly defined behaviors. The PCI consists of age appropriate structured scenarios that include a common mildly stressful topic (Conflict task), and a pleasant scenario (Cooperation task). In the Conflict task, children...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 30, 2023
  • measure Macarthur Communicative Development Inventory (MCDI)

    Study:YOUth
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Baby and Child  10 months 3 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 March 28, 2023 Updated March 30, 2023
  • measure Family Assessment Device (FAD)

    Study:L-CID
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Early Childhood Cohort  T3 T4 T5 T6

    Middle Childhood Cohort  T2 T3 T4 T5 T6
    0
    30 years
    The McMaster's Family Assessment Device (FAD) evaluates families according to the McMaster Model of Family Functioning. The FAD is made up of seven scales which measure Problem Solving, Communication, Roles, Affective Responsiveness, Affective Involvement, Behavior Control and General Functioning.
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 28, 2023
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