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Auditory Hallucinations Rating Scale

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
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
diagnosisString255RecommendedSubject DiagnosisFinal diagnostic group based on ascertainment, ADOS, ADIR, and SCQ
ahrs_1FloatRecommendedLength of time experiencing voices (years)
ahrs_2String50RecommendedHallucinations in other modalitiesf.e. Visual, Olfactory, gustatory, tactile
ahrs_3IntegerRecommendedFrequency. How often do you experience voices?0::40= Voices not present or present less than once a week (specify frequency if present).;1 =Voices occur for at least once a week; 2 =Voices occur at least once a day.; 3 =Voices occur at least once an hour.; 4= Voices occur continuously or almost continually i.e. stop only for a few seconds or minutes.
ahrs_4IntegerRecommendedDuration. When you hear your voices, how long do they last e.g. a few seconds, minutes, hours, all day long0::40=Voices not present.; 1=Voices last for a few seconds, fleeting voices.; 2=Voices last for several minutes.; 3=Voices last for at least one hour.; 4=Voices last for hours at a time.
ahrs_5IntegerRecommendedLocation. When you hear your voices where do they sound like they're coming from? - inside your head and/or outside your head? - If voices sound like they are outside your head, whereabouts do they sound like they're coming from?0::40 =No voices present; 1 =Voices originate inside head only; 2 =Voices outside the head, but close to ears or head. Voices inside head may also be present; 3 =Voices originate inside or close to ears and outside head away from ears; 4 =Voices originate from outside space, away from head only.
ahrs_6IntegerRecommendedLoudness. How loud are your voices? Are they louder than your voice, about the same loudness, quieter or just a whisper?0::40 =Voices not present; 1 =Quieter than own voice, whisper; 2 =About the same loudness as own voice; 3 =Louder than own voice; 4 =Extremely loud, shouting.
ahrs_7IntegerRecommendedBeliefs re-origin of voices. What do you think has caused your voices? - Are the voices caused by factors related to yourself or solely due to other people or factors. If patient expresses an external origin - How much do you believe that your voices are caused by (patients attribution) on a scale from 0-100 with 100 being that you are totally convinced, have no doubts and 0 being that it is completely untrue0::40 =Voices not present; 1= Believes voices to be solely internally generated and related to self; 2 =Holds a less than 50% conviction that voices originate from external causes; 3 =Holds 50% or more conviction (but less than 100%) that voices originate from external cause; 4 =Believes voices are solely due to external causes (100% conviction)
ahrs_8IntegerRecommendedAmound of negative content of voices. Do your voices say unpleasant or negative things? - Can you give me some examples of what the voices say? - How much of the time do the voices say these type of unpleasant or negative items?0::40 =No unpleasant content; 1 =Occasional unpleasant content; 2 =Minority of voice content is unpleasant or negative (less than 50%); 3 =Majority of voice content is unpleasant or negative (more than 50%); 4 =All of voice content is unpleasant or negative.
ahrs_9IntegerRecommendedDegree of negative content. Rate using criteria on scale, asking patient for more detail if necessary0::40= Not unpleasant or negative; 1= Some degree of negative content, but not personal comments relating to self or family e.g. swear words or comments not directed to self, e.g. "The milk man is ugly"; 2= Personal verbal abuse, comments on behaviour e.g. "Shouldn't do that, or say that"; 3= Personal verbal abuse relating to self-concept e.g. "You're lazy, ugly, mad, perverted"; 4= Personal threats to self e.g. threats to harm to self or family, extreme instructions or commands to harm self or others and personal verbal abuse as in (3).
ahrs_10IntegerRecommendedAmount of distress. Are your voices distressing? - How much of the time?0::40 =Voices not distressing at all; 1= Voices occasionally distressing, majority not distressing; 2 =Equal amounts of distressing and non-distressing voices; 3= Majority of voices distressing, minority not distressing ; 4 =Voices always distressing.
ahrs_11IntegerRecommendedIntensity of distress. When voices are distressing, how distressing are they? - Do they cause you minimal, moderate, severe distress? - Are they the most distressing they have ever been?0::40= Voices not distressing at al; 1= Voices slightly distressing; 2= Voices are distressing to a moderate degree; 3= Voices are very distressing, although subject could feel worse; 4 =Voices are extremely distressing, feel the worst he/she could possibly feel.
ahrs_12IntegerRecommendedDisruption to life caused by voices. How much disruption do the voices cause to your life? - Do the voices stop you from working or other daytime activity? - Do they interfere with your relationships with friends and/or family? - Do they prevent you from looking after yourself, e.g. bathing changing clothes etc.0::40 =No disruption to life, able to maintain independent living with no problems in daily living skills. Able to maintain social and family relationships (if present); 1= Voices cause minimal amount of disruption to life e.g. interferes with concentration although able to maintain daytime activity and social and family relationships and be able to maintain independent living without support; 2 = Voices cause moderate amount of disruption to life causing some disturbance to daytime activity and/or family or social activities. The patient is not in hospital although may live in supported accommodation or receive additional help with daily living skills; 3= Voices cause severe disruption to life so that hospitalisation is usually necessary. The patient is able to maintain some daily activities, self-care and relationships whilst in hospital. The patient may also be in supported accommodation but experiencing severe disruption of life in terms of activities daily living skills and/or relationships; 4 =Voices cause complete disruption of daily life requiring hospitalisation. The patient in unable to maintain any daily activities and social relationships. Self-care is also severely disrupted.
ahrs_13IntegerRecommendedControllability of voices. - Do you think you have any control over when your voices happen? - Can you dismiss or bring on your voices?0::40= Subject believes they can have control over their voices and can always bring on or dismiss them at will; 1= Subject believes they can have some control over the voices on the majority of occasions; 2= Subject believes they can have some control over their voices approximately half of the time; 3 =Subject believes they can have some control over their voices but only occasionally. The majority of time the subject experiences voices which are uncontrollable; 4 Subject has no control over when the voices occur and cannot dismiss or bring them on at all.
ahrs_14IntegerRecommendedNumber of Voices. How many different voices have you heard over the last week?
ahrs_15IntegerRecommendedForm of voices. 1st person0;10=No; 1= Yes
ahrs_16IntegerRecommendedForm of voices. 1st person, number
ahrs_17IntegerRecommendedForm of voices. 2nd person0;10=No; 1= Yes
ahrs_18IntegerRecommendedForm of voices. 2nd person, number
ahrs_19IntegerRecommendedForm of voices. 3rd person0;10=No; 1= Yes
ahrs_20IntegerRecommendedForm of voices. 3rd person, number
ahrs_21IntegerRecommendedSingle words or phrases0;10=No; 1= Yes
ahrs_22IntegerRecommendedSingle words or phrases, number
study_conditionIntegerRecommendedStudy condition to which participant was assigned1::71 = Cognitive remediation; 2 = Comparison condition; 3 = Other; 4= treatment as usual; 5= Computers first; 6= CRT first; 7=SCIT
time_pointIntegerRecommendedAssessment time point5= Screening; 10= Baseline; 21, 22, 23 = Mid-point 1, 2, 3; 30= End-of-treatment; 41, 42, 43= Follow-up1, 2, 3 etc.
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baselinedate
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