• measure Family in which you grew up

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  Mid pregnancy
    0
    30 years

    This dataset has no description

    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Home situation

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  2 months 6 months
    0
    30 years
    The questionnaire includes items about taking care of the child, the number of adults and children at home, smoking behavior, and presence of pets.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Infant/Toddler Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (IT-HOME)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:Observation
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  3 months
    0
    30 years
    The Infant/Toddler Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (IT-HOME) is a descriptive profile which yields a systematic assessment of the caring environment in which the child is reared. The primary goal of the instrument is to measure, within a naturalistic context, the quality and quantity of stimulation and support available to a child in...
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Stability of Acitivities in the Family Environment-Revised (SAFE-R)

    Study:Generation R
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Main Cohort  9-10 years
    0
    30 years
    The SAFE-R was used to measure the regularity of family routines and activities (e.g., mealtime routine, after-school activities). This is a 24-item questionnaire filled out by parents, answered on a 4-point Likert scale.
    Created May 3, 2023 Updated May 3, 2023
  • measure Confusion, Hubbub, and Order Scale (CHAOS)

    Study:RADAR
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Old Cohort  W13

    Young Cohort  W10
    0
    30 years
    The Confusion, Hubbub and Order Scale (CHAOS) is a parent report measure to rate the degree of ‘environmental confusion’ in the home, referring to high levels of noise, crowding and home traffic patterns. The CHAOS measure is completed by parents to assess the characteristics of noise, confusion, clutter, hubbub, frenetic activities, and disorganization...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
  • measure Infant/Toddler Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (IT-HOME)

    Study:RADAR
    Mode of collection:Observation
    Available measurements:
    Third Generation  T2
    0
    30 years
    The Infant/Toddler Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (HOME) is a descriptive profile which yields a systematic assessment of the caring environment in which the child is reared. The primary goal of the instrument is to measure, within a naturalistic context, the quality and quantity of stimulation and support available to a child in the...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
  • measure Confusion, Hubbub, and Order Scale (CHAOS)

    Study:RADAR
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Third Generation  T1 T2 T3
    0
    30 years
    The Confusion, Hubbub and Order Scale (CHAOS) is a parent report measure to rate the degree of ‘environmental confusion’ in the home, referring to high levels of noise, crowding and home traffic patterns. The CHAOS measure is completed by parents to assess the characteristics of noise, confusion, clutter, hubbub, frenetic activities, and disorganization...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated April 4, 2023
  • measure Confusion, Hubbub, and Order Scale (CHAOS)

    Study:TRAILS
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    The Next Generation  T2 T3 T4 T5
    0
    30 years
    The Confusion, Hubbub and Order Scale (CHAOS) is a parent report measure to rate the degree of ‘environmental confusion’ in the home, referring to high levels of noise, crowding and home traffic patterns. The CHAOS measure is completed by parents to assess the characteristics of noise, confusion, clutter, hubbub, frenetic activities, and disorganization...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 28, 2023
  • measure Infant/Toddler Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (IT-HOME)

    Study:TRAILS
    Mode of collection:Observation
    Available measurements:
    The Next Generation  T2 T3 T4 T5
    0
    30 years
    The Infant/Toddler Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (HOME) is a descriptive profile which yields a systematic assessment of the caring environment in which the child is reared. The primary goal of the instrument is to measure, within a naturalistic context, the quality and quantity of stimulation and support available to a child in the...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 28, 2023
  • measure Observed home environment

    Study:TRAILS
    Mode of collection:Observation
    Available measurements:
    Population cohort  T1

    Clinical cohort  T1
    0
    30 years
    Assessment of home environment. Includes atmosphere, dirt, luxury, and space.
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 28, 2023
  • measure Confusion, Hubbub, and Order Scale (CHAOS)

    Study:L-CID
    Mode of collection:SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Available measurements:
    Early Childhood Cohort  T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T6 - Covid

    Middle Childhood Cohort  T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T5 - Covid T6
    0
    30 years
    The Confusion, Hubbub and Order Scale (CHAOS) is a parent report measure to rate the degree of ‘environmental confusion’ in the home, referring to high levels of noise, crowding and home traffic patterns. The CHAOS measure is completed by parents to assess the characteristics of noise, confusion, clutter, hubbub, frenetic activities, and disorganization...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 28, 2023
  • measure Purdue Home Stimulation Inventory

    Study:L-CID
    Mode of collection:Observation,Interview
    Available measurements:
    Early Childhood Cohort  T1 T4 T6

    Middle Childhood Cohort  T2 T4 T6
    0
    30 years
    The Purdue Home Stimulation Inventory is aimed to assess household chaos by means of observation of the participants' home and an interview about chaos within the house. This included establishing the_x000D_ number of persons living in the house, and the number of rooms in the house in which family members spend time and that can be closed by a door...
    Created March 28, 2023 Updated March 28, 2023
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