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Ambiguous Intentions Hostility Questionnaire

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Ambiguous Intentions Hostility Questionnaire

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
aihq_1String160Recommended1.A. What do you think was the real reason why someone jumped in line in front of you?
aihq_2IntegerRecommended1.B. Did that person jump in front of you on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_3IntegerRecommended1.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_4IntegerRecommended1.D. How much would you blame that person for jumping in front of you on line?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_5String160Recommended1.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_6String160Recommended2.A. What do you think was the real reason why your friend knocked you to the ground?
aihq_7IntegerRecommended2.B. Do you think your friend knocked you onto the ground on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_8IntegerRecommended2.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_9IntegerRecommended2.D. How much would you blame your friend for knocking you onto the ground?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_10String160Recommended2.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_11String160Recommended3.A. What do you think was the real reason why your coworker passed by you without saying hello?
aihq_12IntegerRecommended3.B. Do you think your co-worker did this to you on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_13IntegerRecommended3.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_14IntegerRecommended3.D. How much would you blame the co-worker for passing by you?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_15String160Recommended3.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_16String160Recommended4.A. What do you think was the real reason why the car splashed water onto you?
aihq_17IntegerRecommended4.B. Do you think the driver of the car splashed water onto you on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_18IntegerRecommended4.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_19IntegerRecommended4.D. How much would you blame the person in the car for splashing water onto you?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_20String160Recommended4.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_21String160Recommended5.A. What do you think was the real reason why the person didn't keep your appointment?
aihq_22IntegerRecommended5.B. Do you think the person did this to you on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_23IntegerRecommended5.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_24IntegerRecommended5.D. How much would you blame the person for not keeping your appointment?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_25String160Recommended5.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_26String160Recommended6.A. What do you think was the real reason why the person stepped on your foot?
aihq_27IntegerRecommended6.B. Do you think the person did this to you on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_28IntegerRecommended6.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_29IntegerRecommended6.D. How much would you blame the person for stepping on your foot?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_30String160Recommended6.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_31String160Recommended7.A. What do you think was the real reason why your neighbors made the music loud again?
aihq_32IntegerRecommended7.B. Do you think your neighbors raised the music on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_33IntegerRecommended7.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_34IntegerRecommended7.D. How much would you blame them for raising the music again?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_35String160Recommended7.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_36String160Recommended8.A. What do think was the real reason why the teenagers started to laugh after you walked past them?
aihq_37IntegerRecommended8.B. Do you think the teenagers did this to you on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_38IntegerRecommended8.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_39IntegerRecommended8.D. How much would you blame the teenagers for laughing as you walked past them?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_40String160Recommended8.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_41String160Recommended9.A. What do you think was the real reason why the person cut you off while driving?
aihq_42IntegerRecommended9.B. Do you think the person cut you off on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_43IntegerRecommended9.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_44IntegerRecommended9.D. How much would you blame the driver of the car for cutting you off on the road?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_45String160Recommended9.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_46String160Recommended10.A. What do you think was the real reason why your new friend didn't show up at the restaurant?
aihq_47IntegerRecommended10.B. Do you think your new friend did this to you on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_48IntegerRecommended10.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_49IntegerRecommended10.D. How much would you blame your new friend for not showing up at the restaurant?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_50String160Recommended10.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_51String160Recommended11.A. What do you think was the real reason why the person in the other car took your parking space?
aihq_52IntegerRecommended11.B. Do you think the person in the other car took your parking space on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_53IntegerRecommended11.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_54IntegerRecommended11.D. How much would you blame the person in the other car for taking your parking space?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_55String160Recommended11.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_56String160Recommended12.A. What do you think was the real reason why the person in the club bumped into you from behind?
aihq_57IntegerRecommended12.B. Do you think the person bumped into you on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_58IntegerRecommended12.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_59IntegerRecommended12.D. How much would you blame the person for bumping into you at the club?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_60String160Recommended12.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_61String160Recommended13.A. What do you think was the real reason why your friend didn't call you back?
aihq_62IntegerRecommended13.B. Do you think your friend didn't call you back on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_63IntegerRecommended13.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_64IntegerRecommended13.D. How much would you blame your friend for not calling you back?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_65String160Recommended13.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_66String160Recommended14.A. What do you think was the real reason why the other person hit your arm?
aihq_67IntegerRecommended14.B. Did the other person hit your arm on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_68IntegerRecommended14.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_69IntegerRecommended14.D. How much would you blame the other person for hitting your arm?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_70String160Recommended14.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_71String160Recommended15.A. What do you think was the real reason why the other person cancelled the date with you?
aihq_72IntegerRecommended15.B. Did the other person cancel the date on purpose?1::61 = Definitely No; 2 = Probably No; 3 = Maybe No; 4 = Maybe Yes; 5 = Probably Yes; 6 = Definitely Yes
aihq_73IntegerRecommended15.C. How angry would this make you feel?1::51 = Not at all Angry; 2=Somewhat Angry; 3=Moderately Angry; 4=Quite a bit Angry; 5 = Very Angry
aihq_74IntegerRecommended15.D. How much would you blame the other person for canceling the date?1::51 = Not at All; 2=Little bit; 3=Moderately; 4=Quite a bit; 5 = Very Much
aihq_75String160Recommended15.E. What would you do about it?
aihq_bamFloatRequiredIndex score: Blame Ambiguous
aihq_binFloatRequiredIndex score: Blame Intentional
aihq_bacFloatRequiredIndex score: Blame Accidental
aihq_hamFloatRequiredIndex score: Hostility Ambiguous
aihq_hinFloatRequiredIndex score: Hostility Intentional
aihq_hacFloatRequiredIndex score: Hostility Accidental
aihq_aamFloatRequiredIndex score: Aggression Ambiguous
aihq_ainFloatRequiredIndex score: Aggression Intentional
aihq_aacFloatRequiredIndex score: Aggression Accidental
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