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This report contains detailed information about the selected CDEs.
Note: If at least one CDE was selected from a copyright- or trademark-protected instrument/scale then all of the CDEs from that instrument/scale are included in this report.
Disease: Sport Related Concussion
SubDisease: Comprehensive
Sub-Domain: Cognitive Assessment
CRF: Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Item count: 34 (17 distinct CDEs)
CDE ID
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Variable Name
Definition / Description
Question Text
Permissible Value
Description
Data Type
Instructions
References
Population
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Version #
Version Date
Aliases for Variable Name
CRF Module / Guideline
© or TM
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Previous Title
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Min Value
Max Value
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LOINC ID
SNOMED
caDSR ID
CDISC ID
C53953
Language form administration ISO code
LangFormAdministratISOCode
Code (ISO 639-2) for the language that was used for CRF/instrument/scale/etc. administration
What is the ISO 639 code for the language the form/instrument has been administrated?
  
Alphanumeric
Data Sharing Instructions: The language data should be coded using the ISO 639-2 codes ( (https://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php) prior to aggregation or sharing. Enter ISO 639-2 code for the language used to administer the CRF/instrument/scale/test/etc. If the language is not specified, the default value is 'eng'- English.
ISO 639-2 language codes (http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php)
Adult;Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Single Pre-Defined Value Selected
       
C53954
Language form administration ISO code other text
LangFormAdministratISOCodeOTH
The free-text field related to 'Language form administration ISO code' specifying other text.
Other, specify
  
Alphanumeric
Other text for form administration language ISO 639-2 code. Should be used only if 1) the ISO code is not available under LangCRFAdministratISOCode permissible values or 2) the ISO code is not available at all. If the language is not specified, the default value is 'eng'- English.
ISO 639-2 language codes (http: //www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/php/code_list.php)
Adult;Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
 
4000
Free-Form Entry
       
C53955
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Age Group Category
TECAgeGroupCat
Category of the age group for the subject completing the examination, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
 
5-7 years old;8-18 years old;
5-7 years old;8-18 years old;
Alphanumeric
The TEC administration varies based on the age group of the subject completing the examination. Administration consists of four taks for children 5-7 years of age and six tasks for children 8-18 years of age.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Single Pre-Defined Value Selected
       
C53956
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Raw Score
TECRawScore
Raw score, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
       
C53957
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - T Score
TECTscore
T score, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
20
100
     
C53958
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Percentile Score
TECPercentileScore
Score Percentile, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
       
C53959
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Ninty Percent Confidence Interval Lower Bound Number
TEC90PercCILowerBoundNum
Number representing the Lower Bound of the Ninty Percent Confidence Interval, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
       
C53960
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Ninty Percent Confidence Interval Upper Bound Number
TEC90PercCIUpperBoundNum
Number representing the Upper Bound of the Ninty Percent Confidence Interval, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
       
C53961
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Interpretation Text
TECInterpretationTxt
Text explaining the Interpretation of the associated score, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
 
Elevated;Invalid;Typical;
Elevated;Invalid;Typical;
Alphanumeric
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Single Pre-Defined Value Selected
       
C53962
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Mean Raw Score
TECMeanRawScore
Mean raw score, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
       
C53963
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Percent correct Score
TECPercentCorrectScore
Score of percent correct, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
0
100
     
C53964
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Variable Comparison Category
TECVariableComparisonCategory
Variable comparison category, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
 
0B-1B;0BI-1BI;1B-2B;1BI-2BI;
0B-1B;0BI-1BI;1B-2B;1BI-2BI;
Alphanumeric
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Single Pre-Defined Value Selected
       
C53965
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Predicted Raw Score
TECPredicatedRawScore
Predicted raw score, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
       
C53966
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Obtained Raw Score
TECObtainedRawScore
Obtained raw score, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
       
C53967
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Standardized Regression-based Chaange Score
TECStandRegressionChangeScore
Standardized regression-based (SRB) change score, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Free-Form Entry
       
C53968
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - TaskCategory
TECTaskCategory
Task category, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
 
0B;0BI;1B;1BI;2B;2BI;
0-Back;0-Back Inhibit;1-Back;1-Back Inhibit;2-Back;2-Back Inhibit;
Alphanumeric
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
TEC TM: Copyright 2006, 2009 by Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR) All rights reseserved. May not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means without written permission from Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc. (PAR). Isq
Pediatric
Exploratory
1.0
2/10/2017
Aliases for variable name not defined
Tasks of Executive Control (TEC)
Cognitive Assessment
Outcomes and End Points
  
Single Pre-Defined Value Selected
       
C53969
Task of Executive Control (TEC) - Percent targets score
TECPercentTargetsScore
Score of percent of targets, as part of Task of Executive Control (TEC).
   
Numeric Values
The examinee should position both hands over both Shift keys during the TEC administration. Tasks must be completed once initiated. Breaks during task administration or failure of the examinee to complete tasks will result in invalid Factor, Summary and Task scores. General introduction: "This is a test of how well you can pay close attention to pictures of different things and put the things into a Red Box or a Blue box. There are six (four) parts of this test. At the start of each part, you will learn how to sort the pictures that you will see on the screen. Sometimes you will press a RED button on the computer to put pictures into the Red box. Sometimes your will press the BLUE button on the computer to put pictures into the Blue box. Sometimes you won't press any button at all because the picture on the screen is already in a box. You will get to practice putting pictures in the right box before starting each part of the test. I will help to make sure that you understand what to do. Please pay close attention to the instructions. Do your best on the practice to make sure you know how to sort the pictures. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully. Ask me if you have any questions. The instructions may seem harder for some parts than others, so just remember to pay attention to the pictures on the screen and try your best to put the things in the correct boxes. Sometimes kids worry because they make mistakes and think they are not doing well. Everyone makes mistakes on this test. That is normal. Just do the best that you can." See TEC Manual for specific instructions for each task and age group.
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