MYPS: Neurocognitive development

Relevant LifeCourse Constructs Year 2003-2005 2003-2005 2003-2006 2004-2007 2004-2007 2004-2007 2004-2006 2005-2008 2005-0 2006-0 2008-2011 2013-0 2013-0 2020-Ongoing
Wave 1 2 2a 3 4 5 6 7 8/11/13 9/12/14 10 15 15a 15b
Age 10-20 weeks gestation 30-32 weeks gestation Birth records abstraction 3 months postpartum 6 months postpartum 9 months postpartum 12 months postpartum 18 months postpartum 6 months postpartum (2nd/3rd/4th) 12 months postpartum (2nd/3rd/4th) 4 years postpartum 10 years postpartum 10 years postpartum 14 years postpartum
N 1507 1454 1454 1431 1400 1387 1357 1327 840 (second child) 214 (third child) 29 (fourth child) 840 (second child) 222 (third child) 32 (fourth child) 1102 952 mother (questionnaire completed) 615 mother-child pairs (site assessment) 1143 mother 1142 young people
Cognitive functions S:CCC-2 O
Communication skills S:SSIS O S:CCC-2 O
Executive cognitive functions O:NIHTCB-FICAT O O:NIHTCB-DCCST O O:WASI-II O
Intelligence O:WASI-II O
Memory O:NIHTCB-PSMT O O:NIHTCB-LSWMT O
Memory assessment O:CELF-4 O 1
Persistence S:SATI O
Pervasive developmental disorder S:SSIS O O:DAWBA (11-17) O S:DAWBA (11-17) O S:DAWBA (11-17) O
Processing speed O:NIHTCB-PCPST O O:CELF-4 O 1
Tics O:DAWBA (11-17) O S:DAWBA (11-17) O S:DAWBA (11-17) O
Visuospatial reasoning O:WASI-II O

Featured measurements

Notes

1

The Centre for Research Excellence in Child Language (CRE-CL) has developed a language testing app, called the Short-Form Language Measure – composed of NPVT, CNRep and the Recalling Sentences subtest from CELF-4. The app has been produced subject to third party licences and any interest in using this app must be directed to the CRE-CL (Penny Levickis, penny.levickis@mcri.edu.au, +613 8341 6454). Please note: Maternal Health Study did not use the CNRep portion of the test.


Legend

B
= Biosample collected
BA
= Biosample analysis
L
= Data linkage
N
= Nurse completed questionnaire
O
= Observation or direct assessment
Of
= Offspring completed questionnaire
P
= Parent/guardian completed questionnaire
Pe
= Peer completed questionnaire
R
= Records abstraction
S
= Self (primary participant) completed questionnaire
T
= Teacher completed questionnaire
X
= Other source
X F
= Pertains to father
X Fam
= Pertains to family
X G
= Pertains to grandparent(s)
X I
= Pertains to primary participant
X IP
= Pertains to partner
X M
= Pertains to mother
X O
= Pertains to offspring
X P
= Pertains to parent/guardian(s)
X Pe
= Pertains to peers
X Si
= Pertains to sibling(s)
X T
= Pertains to teacher(s)
X X
= Pertains to other reportees

Metadata presented by LifeCourse provides a crucial first step in understanding the available data across studies. It does not take the place of detailed study documentation, which should always be consulted during design and analysis.