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Adolescent Reasons for Living Inventory

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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_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
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.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
arli1IntegerRecommendedWhenever I have a problem, I can turn to my family for support or advice1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli2IntegerRecommendedIt would be painful and frightening to take my own life1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli3IntegerRecommendedI accept myself for what I am1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli4IntegerRecommendedI have a lot to look forward to as I grow older1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli5IntegerRecommendedMy friends stand by me whenever I have a problem1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli6IntegerRecommendedI feel loved and accepted by my close friends1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli7IntegerRecommendedI feel emotionally close to my family1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli8IntegerRecommendedI am afraid to die, so I would not consider killing myself1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli9IntegerRecommendedI like myself just the way I am1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli10IntegerRecommendedMy friends care a lot about me1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli11IntegerRecommendedI would like to accomplish my plans or goals in the future1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli12IntegerRecommendedMy family takes the time to listen to my experiences at school, work, or home1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli13IntegerRecommendedI expect many good things to happen to me in the future1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli14IntegerRecommendedI am satisfied with myself1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli15IntegerRecommendedI am hopeful about my plans or goals for the future1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli16IntegerRecommendedI believe my friends appreciate me when I am with them1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli17IntegerRecommendedI enjoy being with my family1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli18IntegerRecommendedI feel that I am an OK person1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli19IntegerRecommendedI expect to be successful in the future1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli20IntegerRecommendedThe thought of killing myself scares me1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli21IntegerRecommendedI am afraid of using any method to kill myself1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli22IntegerRecommendedI can count on my friends to help if I have a problem1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli23IntegerRecommendedMost of the time, my family encourages and supports my plans or goals1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli24IntegerRecommendedMy family cares about the way I feel1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli25IntegerRecommendedMy future looks quite hopeful and promising1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli26IntegerRecommendedI am afraid of killing myself1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli27IntegerRecommendedMy friends accept me for what I really am1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli28IntegerRecommendedI have many plans I am looking forward to carrying out in the future1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli29IntegerRecommendedI feel good about myself1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli30IntegerRecommendedMy family cares a lot about what happens to me1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli31IntegerRecommendedI am happy with myself1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli32IntegerRecommendedI would be frightened or afraid to make plans for killing myself1::61 = Not at all important; 2 = Quite unimportant; 3 = Somewhat unimportant; 4 = Somewhat important; 5 = Quite important; 6 = Extremely important
arli_foIntegerRecommendedFuture Optimism: Items 4, 11, 13, 15, 19, 25, 28
arli_srcIntegerRecommendedSuicide-Related Concerns: Items 2, 8, 20, 21, 26, 32
arli_faIntegerRecommendedFamily Alliance: Items 1, 7, 12, 17, 23, 24, 30
arli_pasIntegerRecommendedPeer Acceptance and Support: Items 5, 6, 10, 16, 22, 27
arli_saIntegerRecommendedSelf-Acceptance: Items 3, 9, 14, 18, 29, 31
arli_totlIntegerRecommendedARLI Total ScoreARLI_FO + ARLI_SRC + ARLI_FA + ARLI_PAS + ARLI_SA
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baseline
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