Overview

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Target Population
  • People with health conditions
  • General population
People with neurological conditionsPeople with sickle cell disease
  • People with health conditions
  • General population
Administration Method    
Self-report measuresXXXEmotion and some Sensation measures
Proxy measures for pedsXX Emotion measures
Proxy measures for adults X  
Performance tests of cognitive, motor, sensory function   X
Age    
AdultsXXXX
Children
  • Ages 8-17 self-report
  • Ages 5-17 parent-proxy report
  • Ages 8-17 self-report
  • Ages 8-17 proxy report
 
  • Ages 3 - 17

Most Emotion measures also have parent proxy report

Mode of Administration Options    
Paper and pencilXXXEmotion and some Sensation measures
Computer administrationXXXX
Types of Measures    
Short FormsXXXX
Computer Adaptive TestsXXXX
Languages    
EnglishXXXX
SpanishXX X
OtherXX  
Data Collection Tools    
PaperXXXEmotion and some Sensation measures
Assessment CenterSMXXX 
Assessment Center API (used by REDCap, OBERD, others)XX 
NIH Toolbox iPad AppSelected measures X X
Epic 2017 and laterSelected measures   
     
Training required for use   X
Permission needed for use   Cognition only
Development funded by the NIHXXXX
Person-centeredXXXX
Psychometrically soundXXXX
Standardized scoringXXXX
Brief completion timeXXXX
overview promis

PROMIS®

Self-reported and parent-reported measures of global, physical, mental, and social health for adults and children in the general population and those living with a chronic condition

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overview neuroqol

Neuro-QoL™

Self-reported and proxy-reported measures of physical, mental, and social health for adults and children living with a neurological condition

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overview asqme

ASCQ-Me®

Self-reported measures of physical, mental, and social health for adults living with sickle cell disease

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overview toolbox

NIH Toolbox®

Performance tests of cognitive, motor, and sensory function and self-reported measures of emotional function for adults and children in the general population and those living with a chronic condition

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