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Anxiety Disorders Screener

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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/projectrecord_id
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
gad_1IntegerRecommendedHave you ever had a period lasting one month or longer when most of the time you felt worried, tense, or anxious?-2::2GAD = General Anxiety Disorder Section; 1 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_1aIntegerRecommendedPeople differ a lot in how much they worry about things. Did you ever have a time whe you worried a lot more than most people would in your situation-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_2String50RecommendedWhat is the longest period of time that this kind of worrying have ever continued
gad_3IntegerRecommendedPlease think of the period in your life when you have felt worried, tense, anxious, or more worried than most people would in your situation. This could be in the past, or it oculd be continuing now. During that paeriod, was your worry stronger than in other people?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_4IntegerRecommendedDid you worry most days?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_5IntegerRecommendedDid you usually worry about one particular thing, such as your job security or the failing health of a loved one, or more tha on ething?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_6IntegerRecommendedDid you find it difficult to stop worrying?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_7IntegerRecommendedDid you ever have different worries on your mind at the same time?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_8IntegerRecommendedHow often was your worry so strong that you couldn't put it out of your mind no matter how hard you tried?-2::41 = Often; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; 4 = Never; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_9IntegerRecommendedHow often did you find it diffiult to control your worry?-2::31 = Often; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; 4 = Never; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_10aIntegerRecommendedWhen you were worried or anxious, were you also restless?1;21;2
gen_rater_21IntegerRecommendedRestlessness or feeling keyed-up or on edge.1;2; 91 = Yes; 2 = No; 9 =unable to answergad_10b
gad_10cIntegerRecommendedEasily tired1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
gad_10dIntegerRecommendedHaving difficulty keeping your mind on what you were doing?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
gad_10eIntegerRecommendedMore irritable than usual?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
gad_10fIntegerRecommendedHaving tense, sore, or aching muscles?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
gad_10gIntegerRecommendedOften having trouble falling or staying asleep?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
gad_11IntegerRecommendedDid you ever tell a professional about these problems (medical doctor, psychologist, social worker, counselor, nurse, clergy, or other helping professional)?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_12IntegerRecommendedDid you take medication or use drugs or alcohol more than once for the worry or the problems it was causing?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
gad_13IntegerRecommendedHow much did the worry or anxiety interfere with your life or activities?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
sps_14aIntegerRecommendedSPS = Specific Phobia Section; The next questions are about things that make some people so afraid that they avoid them, even when there is no real danger. Do you have an unreasonably strong fear or avoid any of the following things; Heights, storms, thunder, lightning, or being in still water, like a swimming pool or lakes?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
sps_14bIntegerRecommendedBeing in a closed space like a cave, tunnel, elevator, or airplane?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
sps_14cIntegerRecommendedSnakes, birds, rats, bugs, or other animals?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
sps_14dIntegerRecommendedSeeing blood, getting a shot, or injection, seeing a dentist, or going to a hospital1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
sps_15IntegerRecommendedPlease think of the situations you fear such as: How often do you get upset when you are in that situation?-2::55 = Everytime; 2 = Most of the time; 3 = Some of the time [go to social phobia section]; 4 = Only one or two times ever [go to Social Phobia Section];5 = Never [go to social phobia section]; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not asked
sps_16IntegerRecommendedHow long have you had any of these fears?-2::33 = More than 5 years; 2 = Between 1 and 5 years; 1 = Less than 1 years (Record # of months); -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
sps_17IntegerRecommendedHow much have any of these fears ever interfered with your life or activities?-2::44 = Not at all; 3 = A little; 2 = Some; 1 = A lot; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
sps_18IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been very upset with yourself for having any of these fears?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
sps_19IntegerRecommendedIs your fear unreasonable - that is, much stronger than it should be?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
sps_20IntegerRecommendedIs your fear much strong than in other people?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
spss_21aIntegerRecommendedHere's another list of situations that can cause unreasonably strong fears. They involve doing things in front of other people or neing the center of attention. Do you have an unreasonably strong fear or avoid any of the following situations: Giving a speech or speaking in public?1;2SPSS = Social Phobia Section
spss_21bIntegerRecommendedEating or drinking where someone could watch you?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
spss_21cIntegerRecommendedTalking to people because you might have nothing to say or might sound foolish?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
spss_21dIntegerRecommendedWriting while someone watches?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
spss_21eIntegerRecommendedTaking part of speaking in a meeting or class?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
spss_21fIntegerRecommendedGoing to a party or other social outing?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
spss_22IntegerRecommendedPlease think only of the situations that cause you unreasonably strong fears such as: How often do you get very upset when you are in this situation?-2::55 = Never [go to agoraphobia section]; 4 = Only one or two times ever [go to agoraphobia section]; 3 = Some of the time [go to agoraphobia section]; 2 = Most of the time; 1 = Every time; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not asked
spss_23IntegerRecommendedHow long have you had any of these fears?-2::33 = More than 5 years; 2 = Between 1 and 5 years; 1 = Less than 1 years (Record # of months); -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
spss_24IntegerRecommendedHow much have any of these fears ever interfered with your life or activities?-2::54 = Not at all; 3 = A little; 2 = Some; 1 = A lot; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
spss_25IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been very upset with yourself for having any of these fears?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
spss_26IntegerRecommendedIs your fear unreasonable - that is, much stronger than it should be?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
spss_27IntegerRecommendedIs your fear much stronger than in other people?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
a_28aIntegerRecommendedHere's a final list of situations that can cause unreasonably strong fears. Do you have an unreasonably strong fear for or avoid any of the following: Being in a crowd or standing in line?1;2A = Agoraphobia; 1 = Yes; 2 = No
a_28bIntegerRecommendedBeing away from home alone?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
a_28cIntegerRecommendedTraveling alone?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
a_28dIntegerRecommendedTraveling in a bus, train, or car?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
a_28eIntegerRecommendedBeing in a public place like a department store?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
a_29IntegerRecommendedPlease think only of situation(s) that cause you to have unreasonably strong fears, such as: How often do you get very upset in the sitatuons?-2::55 = Everytime; 2 = Most of the time; 3 = Some of the time [go to panic attack section]; 4 = Only one or two times ever [go to panic attack Section];5 = Never [go to panic attack section]; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not asked
a_30IntegerRecommendedHow long have you had any of these fears?-2::33 = More than 5 years; 2 = Between 1 and 5 years; 1 = Less than 1 years (Record # of months); -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
a_31IntegerRecommendedWere you ever afraid that you might faint, lose control, or embarrass yourself in other ways?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
a_32IntegerRecommendedDo you worry that you might be trapped without any way to escapre?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
a_33IntegerRecommendedDo you worry that help might not be available if you needed it?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
a_34IntegerRecommendedHow much did any o these fears ever interfere with your life or activities-2::44 = Not at all; 3 = A little; 2 = Some; 1 = A lot; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_35IntegerRecommendedDid you ever have a spell or an attack when all of a sudden you felt frightened, anxious, or very unseasy?-2::2PAS = Panic Attack Section; 1 = Yes; 2 = No; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_35aIntegerRecommendedDid any of these attacks occur when you were in a life-threating situation? 9if skip, go to 35b]-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No [go to 36]; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_35bIntegerRecommendedDid any of these attacks occur when you were not in a life-threatening situation?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No [Part I is complete]; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_36IntegerRecommendedAbout how many attacks have you had in your life?0::100000Enter number of attacks
pas36aIntegerRecommendedPlease enter the number of attacks you have had in your life in the box below:Any # of attacks; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_37IntegerRecommendedHow long ago did you have your most recent attack?Score in months; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_38IntegerRecommendedDid some of your attacks happen in a situation when you were not in danger or not the center of attention-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No [go to 36]; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_39IntegerRecommendedWe already asked about specific situatuons that cause unreasonably strong fears (heights, elevators, snakes, etc.). - When you have sudden anxiety attacks, do they usually occur in specific situations that cause you unreasonably strong fear?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No [go to 40]; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_39aIntegerRecommendedDid you ever have an attack when you were not in a situation that usually causes you to have unreasonably strong fears?-2::21 = Yes; 2 = No [Part I is complete]; -1 = Refused; -2 = Not Asked
pas_40aIntegerRecommendedWhen you have attacks: Does your heart pound or race?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
pas_40bIntegerRecommendedDo you have tightness, pain, or discomfort in your chest or stomach?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
pas_40cIntegerRecommendedDo you sweat?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
pas_40dIntegerRecommendedDo you tremble or shake?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
phy_rater_47IntegerRecommendedChills or hot flashes.1;2; 91 = Yes; 2 = No; 9 =unable to answerpas_40e
pas_40fIntegerRecommendedDo you, or things around you, seem unreal?1;21 = Yes; 2 = No
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