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Anxiety Depression and Mood Scale

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectsubject_id
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldintvdate
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.intvage
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
adi001IntegerRecommendedDoes not relax or settle down0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm003
adi002IntegerRecommendedHas periods of over-activity0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm004
adi003IntegerRecommendedHas difficulty staying on task or completing work0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm012
adi004IntegerRecommendedEasily distracted0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm017
adi005IntegerRecommendedHas difficulty starting routine tasks0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm022
adi006IntegerRecommendedSleeps more than normal0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm005
adi007IntegerRecommendedSad0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm010
adi008IntegerRecommendedEasily fatigued (not due to being overweight)0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm014
adi009IntegerRecommendedTearful0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm028
adi010IntegerRecommendedLacks energy0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm018
adi011IntegerRecommendedListless0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm023
adi012IntegerRecommendedProblems initiating communication0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm002
adi013IntegerRecommendedWithdraws from other people0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm006
adi014IntegerRecommendedShy0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm013
adi015IntegerRecommendedAvoids others, spends much time alone0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm019
adi016IntegerRecommendedLacks emotional facial expression0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm021
adi017IntegerRecommendedAvoids eye contact0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm025
adi018IntegerRecommendedAvoids peers0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm027
adi019IntegerRecommendedNervous0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm001
adi021IntegerRecommendedTense0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm007
adi022IntegerRecommendedWorried0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm011
adi023IntegerRecommendedAnxious0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm015
adi024IntegerRecommendedHas panic attacks0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm024
adi025IntegerRecommendedTrembles when frightening situations are not present0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm026
adi026IntegerRecommendedEngages in ritualistic behaviors0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm008
adi027IntegerRecommendedRepeatedly checks items0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm016
adi028IntegerRecommendedEasily upset if ritualistic behaviors are interrupted0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknownadm020
adm009IntegerRecommendedDepressed mood0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknown
adi029FloatRecommendedManic/Hyperactive Behavior Scoreadm029
adi030FloatRecommendedDepressed Mood Scoreadm030
adi031FloatRecommendedSocial Avoidance Scoreadm031
adi032FloatRecommendedGeneral Anxiety Scoreadm032
adi033FloatRecommendedCompulsive Behavior Scoreadm033
adi020IntegerRecommendedUnsettled, unable to relax0;1;2;3;-90=None;1=Mild;2=Moderate;3=Severe;-9=Unknown
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