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Beck Hopelessness 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/projectpatid, stepid
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
pathwayIntegerRecommendedstep pathway1::91=SCP; 2=AD-Acute Depression; 3=REFD-Refractory Dep; 4=RELP-Relapse Prevent; 5=Psy-AD-Psychosocial; 6=Psy-REL-Psychosocial; 7=Omega 3; 8=LiMRS; 9=PAD-Psychosocial
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
daysrzIntegerRecommendeddays since randomization
futhopeIntegerRecommendedI look forward to the future with hope and enthusiasm0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs1_u
giveupIntegerRecommendedI might as well give up because there's nothing I can do about making things better for myself.0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs2_u
whenbadIntegerRecommendedWhen things are going badly, I am helped by knowing that they cant stay that way forever0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs3_u
life10yrIntegerRecommendedI can't imagine what my life would be like in ten years0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs4_u
accompIntegerRecommendedI have enough time to accomplish the things I most want to do0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs5_u
succeedIntegerRecommendedIn the future, I expect to succeed in what concerns me the most0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs6_u
futdarkIntegerRecommendedMy future seems dark to me0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs7_u
luckyIntegerRecommendedI happen to be particularly lucky, and I expect to get more of the good things in life than the average person0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs8_u
nobreaksIntegerRecommendedI just don't get the breaks, and there's no reason to believe I will in the future0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs9_u
futprepIntegerRecommendedMy past experiences have prepared me well for my future0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs10_u
futunplsIntegerRecommendedAll I can see ahead of me is unpleasantness rather than pleasantness0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs11_u
noexpectIntegerRecommendedI don't expect to get what I really want.0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs12_u
futhappyIntegerRecommendedWhen I look ahead to the future, I expect I will be happier than I am now0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs13_u
thingsIntegerRecommendedThings just won't work out the way I want them to0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs14_u
futfaithIntegerRecommendedI have great faith in the future0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs15_u
nevergetIntegerRecommendedI never get what I want so it's foolish to want anything.0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs16_u
nosatisfIntegerRecommendedIt is very unlikely that I will get any real satisfaction in the future0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs17_u
futvagueIntegerRecommendedThe future seems vague and uncertain to me0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs18_u
moregoodIntegerRecommendedI can look forward to more good times than bad times0;1;-70=True; 1=False; -7=Refusedbhs19_u
nousetryIntegerRecommendedThere's no use in really trying to get something I want because I probably won't get it.0;1;-71=True; 0=False; -7=Refusedbhs20_u
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesite_id
bhstotscIntegerRecommendedBHS total score0::200-3 minimal; 4-8 mild; 9-14 moderate; 15-20 severe
bsit0FloatRecommendedWeeks from Time 0/baseline to assessmentbhst0
asstypIntegerRecommendedAssessment type1::201=TADS GATE A; 2=TADS GATE B; 3 = TADS Gate C; 4 = TADS Week 6; 5 = TADS Week 12; 6 = TADS Week 18; 7 = TADS Week 24; 8 = TADS Week 30; 9 = TADS Week 36; 10 = TADS F/U Mo 3; 11 = TADS F/U Mo 6; 12 = TADS F/U Mo 9; 13 = TADS F/U Mo 12; 14 = SOFTAD month 6; 15 = SOFTAD month 12; 16 = SOFTAD month 18; 17 = SOFTAD month 24; 18 = SOFTAD month 30; 19 = SOFTAD month 36; 20 = SOFTAD month 42
stageIntegerRecommendedStudy stage
0::5; 51::53; 67; -888; -999
0 = Pre-Randomization (TADS) 1 = Stage 1 (TADS) 2 = Stage 2 (TADS) 3 = Stage 3 (TADS) 4 = Stage 4 (TADS) 5 = Stage 5 (SOFTAD); 51=Treatmentas Usual; 52=Screening Alone; 53=Intervention; 67=Unknown; -888=Not Applicable; -999=Missing;
bhs1IntegerRecommendedQuestion 1. I look forward to the future with hope and enthusiasm (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS1 is missing then BHS1 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs2IntegerRecommendedQuestion 2. I might as well give up because there is nothing I can do about making things better for myself (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS2 is missing then BHS2 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs3IntegerRecommendedQuestion 3. When things are going badly, I am helped by knowing that they cannot stay that way forever (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS3 is missing then BHS3 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs4IntegerRecommendedQuestion 4. I can't imagine what my life would be like in ten years (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS4 is missing then BHS4 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs5IntegerRecommendedQuestion 5. I have enough time to accomplish the things I want to do (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS5 is missing then BHS5 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs6IntegerRecommendedQuestion 6. In the future, I expect to succeed in what concerns me most (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS6 is missing then BHS6 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs7IntegerRecommendedQuestion 7. My future seems dark to me (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS7 is missing then BHS7 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs8IntegerRecommendedQuestion 8. I happen to be particularly lucky, and I expect to get more of the good things in life than the average person (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS8 is missing then BHS8 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs9IntegerRecommendedQuestion 9. I just can't get the breaks, and there's no reason I will in the future (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS9 is missing then BHS9 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs10IntegerRecommendedQuestion 10. My past experiences have prepared me well for the future (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS10 is missing then BHS10 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs11IntegerRecommendedQuestion 11. All I can see ahead of me is unpleasantness rather than pleasantness (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS11 is missing then BHS11 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs12IntegerRecommendedQuestion 12. I don't expect to get what I really want (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS12 is missing then BHS12 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs13IntegerRecommendedQuestion 13. When I look ahead to the future, I expect that I will be happier than I am now (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS13 is missing then BHS13 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs14IntegerRecommendedQuestion 14. Things just won't work out the way I want them to (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS14 is missing then BHS14 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs15IntegerRecommendedQuestion 15. I have great faith in the future (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS15 is missing then BHS15 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs16IntegerRecommendedQuestion 16. I never get what I want, so it's foolish to want anything (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS16 is missing then BHS16 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs17IntegerRecommendedQuestion 17. It's very unlikely that I will get any real satisfaction in the future (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS17 is missing then BHS17 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs18IntegerRecommendedQuestion 18. The future seems vague and uncertain to me (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS18 is missing then BHS18 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs19IntegerRecommendedQuestion 19. I can look forward to more good times than bad times (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS19 is missing then BHS19 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;01 = False; 0 = True
bhs20IntegerRecommendedQuestion 20. There's no use in really trying to get anything I want because I probably won't get it (Imputed Version)Imputation Rule: If less than 5 of BHS1_U through BHS20_U are missing and BHS20 is missing then BHS20 = integer(median of non- missing BHS1_U through BHS20_U)1;00 = False; 1 = True
bhs_totIntegerRecommendedBHS Total Score using imputed values0::20This score is missing if less than 16 of the 20 items are answered. Items included in score: BHS1, BHS2, BHS3, BHS4, BHS5, BHS6, BHS7, BHS8, BHS9, BHS10, BHS11, BHS12, BHS13, BHS14, BHS15, BHS16, BHS17, BHS18, BHS19, BHS20
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
bainaIntegerRecommendedNumber of valid answers
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baseline
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