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Behavioral Activation for Depression Scale

behads

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid_r03
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectsid_r03
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
bads1IntegerRecommended1. I stayed in bed for too long even though I had things to do.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads2IntegerRecommended2. There were certain things I needed to do that I didn't do.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads3IntegerRecommended3. I am content with the amount and types of things I did.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads4IntegerRecommended4. I engaged in a wide and diverse array of activities.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads5IntegerRecommended5. I made good decisions about what type of activities and/or situations I put myself in.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads6IntegerRecommended6. I was active, but did not accomplish any of my goals for the day.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads7IntegerRecommended7. I was an active person and accomplished the goals I set out to do.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads8IntegerRecommended8. Most of what I did was to escape from or avoid something unpleasant.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads9IntegerRecommended9. I did things to avoid feeling sadness or other painful emotions.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads10IntegerRecommended10. I tried not to think about certain things.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads11IntegerRecommended11. I did things even though they were hard because they fit in with my long-term goals for myself.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads12IntegerRecommended12. I did something that was hard to do but it was worth it.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads13IntegerRecommended13. I spent a long time thinking over and over about my problems.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads14IntegerRecommended14. I kept trying to think of ways to solve a problem but never tried any of the solutions.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads15IntegerRecommended15. I frequently spent time thinking about my past, people who have hurt me, mistakes I've made, and other bad things in my history.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads16IntegerRecommended16. I did not see any of my friends.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads17IntegerRecommended17. I was withdrawn and quiet, even around people I know well.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads18IntegerRecommended18. I was not social, even though I had opportunities to be.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads19IntegerRecommended19. I pushed people away with my negativity.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads20IntegerRecommended20. I did things to cut myself off from other people.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads21IntegerRecommended21. I took time off of work/school/chores/responsibilities simply because I was too tired or didn't feel like going in.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads22IntegerRecommended22. My work/schoolwork/chores/responsibilities suffered because I was not as active as I needed to be.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads23IntegerRecommended23. I structured my day's activities.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads24IntegerRecommended24. I only engaged in activities that would distract me from feeling bad.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads25IntegerRecommended25. I began to feel badly when others around me expressed negative feelings or experiences.0 :: 60= Not at all; 1; 2= A little; 3; 4= A lot; 5; 6= Completely
bads_asIntegerRecommendedActivation score
bads_arsIntegerRecommendedAvoidance/Rumination score
bads_schisIntegerRecommendedWork/School Impairment score
bads_sisIntegerRecommendedSocial Impairment score
bads_f5IntegerRecommendedFactor 5 score
bads_tsIntegerRecommendedBADS total score
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