Table 5 Developmental history questionnaire description.

From: A longitudinal neuroimaging dataset on arithmetic processing in school children

  Item Response options
Child’s difficulties Does your child have speech delays/problems? (i.e.: stutters, difficult to understand) Yes/No If yes: Please explain
Was speech/language therapy ever necessary? Yes/No
Does your child struggle with reading? Yes/No. If yes: Please explain
Has your child ever been tested for a Reading Disability? Yes/No. If yes, please list diagnosis
Is or has your child received remediation/tutoring for reading issues? Yes/No
Does your child struggle with math? Yes/No
Has your child ever been tested for a Math Disability? Yes/No. If yes, please list diagnosis
Is or has your child received remediation/tutoring for math issues? Yes/No
School-related information What type of school does your child attend? [Free answer]
Is your child in a regular classroom? Yes/No If no, please specify
Has your child repeated or skipped any grades? Yes/No If yes, please specify
Does your child have an Individualized Education Plan or a 504 Plan? Yes/No
Child’s learning preferences How does your child prefer to learn? Listening in class to teacher; Viewing visual information provided in class; Watching demonstrations; Interaction with peers Participating in discussions; Other
Child’s home Primary language spoken at home: [Free answer]
Child lives with: [Free answer]
Mother’s specific history Mother’s age: [Free answer]
Mother’s occupation: [Free answer]
Mother’s highest grade/degree completed: No High School; High School; Some College; Bachelor’s Degree; Graduate Degree
Mother: Any history of learning problems: Yes/No
Mother: Any history of speech problems: Yes/No
Mother: Any history of behavioral problems: Yes/No
Mother: Any history of medical problems: Yes/No
Mother: Any history of emotional problems: Yes/No
Mother: Any history of drug or alcohol abuse: Yes/No
Father’s specific history Father’s age: [Free answer]
Father’s occupation: [Free answer]
Father’s highest grade/degree completed: No High School; High School; Some College; Bachelor’s Degree; Graduate Degree
Father: Any history of learning problems: Yes/No
Father: Any history of speech problems: Yes/No
Father: Any history of behavioral problems: Yes/No
Father: Any history of medical problems: Yes/No
Father: Any history of emotional problems: Yes/No
Father: Any history of drug or alcohol abuse: Yes/No
Family: Any history of learning problems: Yes/No
Family: Any history of attention deficit disorder: Yes/No
Family: Any history of behavioral problems: Yes/No
Family: Any history of neurological problems: Yes/No
  1. Description of the items and the response options included in the developmental history questionnaire completed by the participant’s parents at T1.