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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
preg_dxdrugString10RecommendedUsed prescription medications during pregnancy?Yes; No; NKNK = Not known
birth_weight_lbsFloatRecommendedBirth weight pounds
birth_weight_ozFloatRecommendedBirth weight ounces
info_gestString50RecommendedNo. Weeks Gestation (G.A.)
rev_earrecuotitisString50RecommendedRecurrent Otitis MediaYes; No; NK; NSNK= Not known; NS = Not sure
rev_mouthcleptpalateIntegerRecommended49. Cleft Palate0;10=No; 1=Yes
rev_immunomedallergyString50RecommendedMedication AllergiesYes;No;NK;NANK = Not known; NA=Not Applicable
othmem_selfinjString50RecommendedSelf-injuring behaviorYes;No; NKNK = Not known
mhx001baIntegerRecommendedHistory of: Allergies - Other1::3;91=No; 2=Yes; 3=Yes, Inactive;9=not evaluated
mhx001bString250RecommendedAllergies. Other (Specify:)
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
daysrzIntegerRecommendeddays since randomization
mhpbirthIntegerRecommendedOther condition premature birth1;21=Yes 2=No
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
fh07IntegerRecommended7. Subject adopted0;1;9
presmed_alcoholString50RecommendedIn this pregnancy, did the birth mother do any of the following activities - Drink alcoholYes;No
presmed_smokeString50RecommendedIn this pregnancy, did the birth mother do any of the following activities - Smoke cigarettes or other tobacco productsYes;No;999
ca639IntegerRecommendedPast psychosis - Suicidal behavior: Suicidal gestures or attempts0;10=No; 1=Yes
child_ethnicString55RecommendedChild's Ethnicity1. Hispanic;2. Non-Hispanic; 3. Refused
ch_raceString55RecommendedChild's/study subject Race specify
scrn08IntegerRecommendedIndicate primary clinical diagnosis1::71 = Schizophrenia; 2 = Schizophreniform disorder; 3 = Schizoaffective disorder; 4 = Bipolar disorder; 5 = Major depression; 6 = Psychosis NOS; 7 = Other
hh_incomeIntegerRecommendedHousehold income range of adult subject1::6; 91 = Less than $20,000; 2 = $20,000 to $39,999; 3 = $40,000 to $59,999; 4 = $60,000 to $79,999; 5 = $80,000 to $99,999; 6 = $100,000 or more; 9 = Unknown
demo1IntegerRecommendedAdolescent's usual living arrangement (Not where the adolescent is just visiting)1::10;121=In parental family home (include joint custody); 2=In home of other relative; 3=In home of unrelated friend; 4=College or boarding school dormitory; 5=Shared apartment or residence with friends or roommates; 6=In own home/apartment/residence; 7=Shelter/street/homeless/transient; 8=Jail; 9=Hospital/residential treatment center; 10=Halfway house/group home/supervised living arrangement; 12=Other
num_in_house_adultsIntegerRecommendedNumber of Individuals in Household Adults
num_in_house_kidsIntegerRecommendedNumber of Individuals in Household Children
iq_testString10RecommendedThis individual has had an IQ testTRUE;FALSE;UNKNOWN; REFUSED
mc_23String10RecommendedBeing placed in a special school for students with problems with behaviors or feelingsYes; NoSchool services
grade2IntegerRecommendedSchool placement - Current grade0::150=kindergarten
repeatedIntegerRecommendedHas the child EVER repeated a grade?1;21=No; 2=Yes
primary_dxIntegerRecommendedPrimary psychiatric diagnosis1::15 ;98;991 = Schizophrenia, Unspecified type; 2 = Schizophrenia, Disorganized type; 3 = Schizophrenia, Paranoid type; 4 = Schizophrenia, Residual type; 5 = Schizophrenia, Undifferentiated type; 6 = Schizophreniform disorder; 7 = Schizoaffective disorder; 8 = Dysthymia/Persistent Depressive Disorder; 9 = Major Depressive Disorder; 10 = Bipolar Disorder; 11 =
scda17IntegerRecommendedHow many times have you ever been hospitalized for psychiatric reasons? (Best estimate)0::300
fhe_q26IntegerRecommendedRespondent ever in jail,arrested,convicted0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= Do not know
ca213IntegerRecommendedCurrent condition - Suicide attempts number
child_medallergy_cmtString255RecommendedSpecific medication items the Child is allergic to
iec002bIntegerRecommendedCurrent (i.e., within the last 3 months) treatment with any psychotropic medications (as specified in protocol)0;1;-90=No; 1=Yes; -9=Unknown
aotmedIntegerRecommendedtook any non-psychotropic medication0;10=no; 1=yes
fs_v1_q46d_any_st_drugs_pregString2RecommendedFull Screener (Visit 1): Q46d any maternal street drug use during pregnancyY;N;NAY = Yes; N = No; NA = Not available
presmed_antipsychString50RecommendedIn this pregnancy, did the birth mother take any of the following prescription medications - Mood stabilizers or anti-psychotics (e.g., Carbatrol, Tegretol, Depakote (Valproic acid), Haldol, Lamictal, Lithium, Mellaril, Neurontin, etc.)Yes;No;999
presmed_otherString50RecommendedIn this pregnancy, did the birth mother take any of the following prescription medications - OtherYes;No;999
ldnb_cordarndneckString50RecommendedWas the babys umbilical cord wrapped around its neckNo;Yes;Don't Know
demosam_025IntegerRecommendedI was born by C-Section0;1;-999; 91=Yes; 0=No; -999=NA/Missing Data; 9=DK
forceps_vacuumString3Recommendedwere forceps or a vacuum used to aid deliveryyes;no;999
ex_iiie_del_breech_malpresentString2RecommendedScreening and Exclusion Form (0:0 to 4:5 y:m) Question IIIE Breech or malpresentation during delivery of the Child of Interest (COI) (not exclusionary with planned c-section) (Y=Yes, N=No, NA=Not Available)Y;N;NAY = Yes; N = No; NA = Not available
medprob_cardiodisString50RecommendedIf Yes, Was the abnormality Congenital heart diseaseYes;No;999
neo_seizureString50RecommendedDid seizures occur after delivery?Yes; No;999
seizuretypeIntegerRecommendedIf Yes, What type of seizures does the Child have?1;2;3;4;5;61 = Febrile; 2 = Myoclonic; 3 = Grand mal; 4 = Complex partial; 5 = Petit mal; 6 = Other
hydrocephalusIntegerRecommendedHydrocephalus (water in brain)1;2;99;-9991= Yes ; 2= No ; 99= D/K ; -999= Missing
preg_traumaString50RecommendedDid mother experience trauma during pregnancy?Yes; No; 99; -999-999=missing; 99=DK
fhxcancerString5RecommendedFamily medical History: cancerYes;No
seizure_familyhxIntegerRecommendedSeizures: Anyone in family had symptoms0;1;-7;-8;-90 = No; 1 = Yes; -7 = Don't know; -8 = Refused to answer; -9 = Does not apply
fhxotherString5RecommendedFamily medical History: otherYes;No
fhi_df_adhd_anyIntegerRecommendedFamily History: ADHD Any0;10=No; 1= Yes
fhi_df_panc_anyIntegerRecommendedFamily History: Panic or Anxiety Disorder Any0;10=No; 1= Yes
scid18IntegerRecommendedHave you ever been prescribed an antipsychotic medication?0;1; 9990 = No; 1 = Yes; 999 = Legitimately Skipped
rand_numIntegerRecommendedRandomization Number0::2
bg_npsychString2RecommendedHas subject ever received a Neuropsychological Evaluation?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_schtypeIntegerRecommendedType of Schooling/Classroom Setting1::91 = Regular; 2 = Resource or Speech/Language; 3 = EMH; 4 = Cross Categorical; 5 = BEH; 6 = Home School; 7 = Autism; 8 = Dropout with GED; 9 = Dropout with No GED
bg_speceepString2RecommendedWas the subject ever in special academic classes or needed special tutoring in an Early Education Program?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_specldString2RecommendedWas the subject ever in special academic classes or needed special tutoring for a Learning Disability?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_specadhdString2RecommendedWas the subject ever in special academic classes or needed special tutoring for ADHD?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_specagString2RecommendedWas the subject ever in special Academically Gifted classes?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_specautString2RecommendedWas the subject ever in special academic classes or needed special tutoring for Autism?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_sxfreeString2RecommendedHave there been symptom-free periods?Y; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
bg_sxfreenIntegerRecommendedNumber of symptom-free periods0::10Y = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
bg_sxfreedurString50RecommendedDuration of symptom-free periods1 DAYS to 2.5 YRS
bg_hurtselfString2RecommendedHas subject been seriously hurt in the last 3 months?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_hurtotherString2RecommendedHas subject seriously hurt someone else in the last 3 months?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_siggagrString2RecommendedWere there significant problems with aggression?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_serthrtString2RecommendedWere there serious physical threats?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_threatsIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Threats?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_assaultIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Assault?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_runawayIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Running Away/Truancy?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_arsonIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Arson?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_theftIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Theft?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_drugsIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Drug Possession/Use?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_probationIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Probation Violation?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_vandalIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Vandalism?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_trespassIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for Trespassing?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_otharrIntegerRecommendedHas the subject ever been arrested for any Other crime other than threats, assault, truancy, arson, theft, drugs, probation violation, vandalism, or trespassing?0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
bg_legalprobString2RecommendedHas the subject had any legal problems in the last 3 months?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_ninjursIntegerRecommendedHow many self-injurious behaviors?0::100
bg_priinjothString2RecommendedHave there been serious threats, injury, or attempted injury to other persons?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_ninjothIntegerRecommendedIf serious threats, injury, or attempted injury to other persons, how many?0::20
bg_alchuseString2RecommendedIf subject has used alcohol before, was the use more than "just experimental"?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_alchabsString2RecommendedIf subject has used alcohol before, is the subject committed to abstinence?Y; N; TY = Yes; N = No; T = Treatment
bg_drugtreatString2RecommendedHas the subject had any substance abuse treatment?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_treatindString2RecommendedIs subtance abuse treatment currently indicated?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_prevpsydxString100RecommendedPrevious Psychiatric Diagnosis (Based on DSM, SCID code)292.89 = Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder; 292.9 = Substance-Related Disorder NOS; 295 = Schizophrenia; 295.40 = Schizophreniform Disorder; 295.70 = Schizoaffective Disorder; 296 = Bipolar I Disorder; 296.80 = Bipolar Disorder NOS; 296.89 = Bipolar II Disorder; 296.90 = Mood Disorder NOS; 298.9 = Psychotic Disorder NOS; 299.00 = Autistic Disorder; 299.80 = Rett's Disorder; 299.80 = Asperger's Disorder; 299.80 = Pervasive Developmental Disorder NOS; 300.00 = Anxiety Disorder NOS; 300.01 = Panic Disorder Without Agoraphobia; 300.2 = Generalized Anxiety Disorder; 300.21 = Panic Disorder With Agoraphobia; 300.23 = Social Phobia; 300.29 = Specific Phobia; 300.3 = Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; 300.4 = Dysthymic Disorder; 300.81 = Somatization Disorder; 300.82 = Somatoform Disorder NOS; 301.13 = Cyclothymic Disorder; 304.80 = Polysubstance Abuse; 305.00 = Alcohol Abuse; 305.20 = Cannabis Abuse; 305.30 = Hallucinogen Abuse; 305.40 = Sedative, Hypnotic, or Anxiolytic Abuse; 305.50 = Opioid Abuse; 305.60 = Cocaine Abuse; 305.70 = Amphetamine Abuse; 307.1 = Anorexia Nervosa; 307.20 = Tic Disorder NOS; 307.22 = Chronic Motor or Vocal Tic Disorder; 307.23 = Tourette's Disorder; 307.3 = Stereotypic Movement Disorder; 307.45 = Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorder; 307.47 = Dyssomnia NOS/Parasomnia NOS; 307.50 = Eating Disorder NOS; 307.51 = Bulimia Nervosa; 307.6 = Enuresis; 307.9 = Communication Disorder NOS; 309 = Adjustment Disorder; 309.21 = Separation Anxiety Disorder; 309.81 = Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; 311 = Depressive Disorder NOS; 312.30 = Impulse-Control Disorder NOS; 312.34 = Intermittent Explosive Disorder; 312.39 = Trichotillomania; 312 = Conduct Disorder; 313.81 = Oppositional Defiant Disorder; 313.89 = Reactive Attachment Disorder; 314.00 = Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity: Inattentive; 314.01 = Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity: Combined; 314.01 = Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity: Hyperactive-Impulsive; 314.09 = Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity: NOS; 315 = Learning Disorder: Reading; 315.01 = Learning Disorder: Mathematics; 315.02 = Learning Disorder: Written Expression; 315.32 = Receptive-Expressive Language/Communication Disorder; 315.4 = Motor Skills Disorder: Developmental Coordination; 317 = Mild Mental Retardation; 318 = Moderate Mental Retardation; 318.1 = Severe Mental Retardation; 347 = Narcolepsy; V61.20 = Parent-Child Relational Problem; V61.21 = Abuse of Child: Sexual/Physical/Neglect; V61.8 = Sibling Relational Problem; V71.02 = Child or Adolescent Antisocial Behavior; NONE = No Previous Psychiatric Diagnosis
bg_curothmedsString255RecommendedIf non-psychiatric medications or supplements, list them
bg_adtrial1String2RecommendedIf the subject is currently on Risperidone, Olanzapine, or Molindone: Has the subject had an adequate trial? [Ris@6mg, Ola@20mg, Mol@140mg for 2/8 weeks]Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_cursdrugString2RecommendedAt any time during the current psychotic episode, did the subject take Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_adtrial2String2RecommendedIf during the current psychotic episode the subject took Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone: did the subject have an adequate trial? [Ris@6mg, Ola@20mg, Mol@140mg for 2/8 weeks)Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_sdrugse2String2RecommendedWere there any side effects related to taking Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone during the current psychotic episode?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_sdrugses2String255RecommendedIf any side effects from medications during the current psychotic episode - explain
bg_prvsdrugString2RecommendedAt any psychotic episode prior to the current episode, did the subject take Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_adtrial3String2RecommendedIf during the prior psychotic episode the subject took Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone, did the subject have an adequate trial? [Ris@6mg, Ola@20mg, Mol@140mg for 2/8 weeks]Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_sdrugse3String2RecommendedWere there any side effects related to taking Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone during the prior psychotic episode?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_sdrugses3String255RecommendedIf side effects were experienced from taking Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone during the prior psychotic episode, explain.
bg_taperpsycString2RecommendedHas a plan for tapering the open antipsychotic medication been implemented?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_taperdeprString2RecommendedHas a plan for tapering the open antidepressant medication been implemented?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_tapermoodString2RecommendedHas a plan for tapering the open mood medication been implemented?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
bg_prvpsymedString2RecommendedIn the past, other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone, has the subject taken any psychiatric medication?Y; NY = Yes; N = No
dc_cocaineIntegerRecommendedMaternal cocaine use0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
dc_opiatesIntegerRecommendedMaternal opiate use0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
dc_marijIntegerRecommendedMaternal marijuana use0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
dc_hallucIntegerRecommendedMaternal hallucinogen use0; 10 = No; 1 = Yes
dc_mwtgainString2RecommendedMaternal Weight Gain?Y; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_birthwtlIntegerRecommendedBirth Weight (pounds) - Truncated (excluding decimal)2::11
dc_extphospString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Ext. Perinatal Hosp.Y; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_meningitString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: MeningitisY; NY = Yes; N = No
dc_htraumaString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Head TraumaY; NY = Yes; N = No
dc_locString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Loss of Consciousness (other than fainting)Y; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_locdurFloatRecommendedDevelopmental complications: Duration of most extensive period of loss of consciousness (minutes)1::60
dc_seizhmIntegerRecommendedDevelopmental complications: Seizures (How Many)1::100
dc_bshuntString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Brain ShuntY; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_braininjString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Brain InjuryY; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_headacheString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Recurrent HeadachesY; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_nsoftsignString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Neurological Soft SignsY; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_wittraumaString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Witnessed TraumaY; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_phyabuseString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Physical AbuseY; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_sexabuseString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Sexual AbuseY; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_neglectString2RecommendedDevelopmental complications: NeglectY; N; UY = Yes; N = No; U = Unknown
dc_othersString255RecommendedDevelopmental complications: Other (specify)
hi_diab1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Diabetes0::2
hi_diab2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Diabetes0::50
hi_hyperten1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Hypertension0::2
hi_hyperten2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Hypertension0::50
hi_cardio1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Cardiovascular Disease0::2
hi_cardio2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Cardiovascular Disease0::50
hi_hyperchol1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Hypercholesterolemia0::2
hi_hyperchol2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Hypercholesterolemia0::50
hi_schiz1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Schizophrenia0::2
hi_schiz2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Schizophrenia0::50
hi_schizaff1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Schizoaffective Disorder0::2
hi_schizaff2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Schizoaffective Disorder0::50
hi_bipolar1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Bipolar Disorder0::2
hi_bipolar2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Bipolar Disorder0::50
hi_depress1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Depression0::2
hi_depress2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Depression0::50
hi_autism1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Autism0::2
hi_autism2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Autism0::50
hi_mr1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Mental Retardation0::2
hi_mr2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Mental Retardation0::50
hi_comsuic1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Completed Suicide0::2
hi_comsuic2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Completed Suicide0::50
hi_alc1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Alcohol Abuse (EOTH)0::2
hi_alc2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Alcohol Abuse (EOTH)0::50
hi_marij1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Marijuana Abuse0::2
hi_marij2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Marijuana Abuse0::50
hi_othsub1IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of first-degree relatives - Other Substance Abuse0::2
hi_othsub2IntegerRecommendedFamily Medical History: Number of other relatives - Other Substance Abuse0::50
mental_illIntegerRecommendedDo you have a family history of mental illness?0;10 = No; 1 = Yeshi_othmi
bg_ndt1FloatRecommended1st Neuropsychological exam days5::18
bg_ndt2FloatRecommended2nd Neuropsychological exam days6::18
bg_ndt3FloatRecommended3rd Neuropsychological exam days4::18
bg_prvpsymd1String255Recommended1st Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd2String255Recommended2nd Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd3String255Recommended3rd Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd4String255Recommended4th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd5String255Recommended5th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd6String255Recommended6th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd7String255Recommended7th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd8String255Recommended8th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd9String255Recommended9th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd10String255Recommended10th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd11String255Recommended11th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd12String255Recommended12th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
bg_prvpsymd13String255Recommended13th Past Psychiatric Medication other than Risperidone, Olanzapine, Molindone, or Ziprasidone
medication1_nameString100RecommendedName first medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;
medication2_nameString100RecommendedName second medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;
medication3_nameString150RecommendedName third medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;
medication4_nameString100RecommendedName fourth medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;
medication5_nameString100RecommendedName fifth medication that the participant has taken
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