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The Future Events Structured Interview is a measure that assesses a child’s future-thinking processes. The measure captures different categories of descriptive details the child uses to describe future events in his or her life. A child participant is instructed to describe upcoming events aloud. Each interview is transcribed from audiotape and then the language is coded for frequencies of used words and phrases in the following dimensions: a) event details-internal; b) time; c) perception; d) emotion/thought; e) social; f) repetition; g) event details-external-semantic; h) external other.

Definition contributed by JShaw
Future Events Structured Interview has been asserted to measure the following CONCEPTS
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Phenotypes associated with Future Events Structured Interview


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