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Beck Suicide Intent Scale

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
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
mlap1IntegerRecommendedIsolation: Max Lethal Attempt0::20=Someone present; 1=Someone nearby or in visual or vocal contact; 2=No one nearby or in visual or vocal contact
mrap2IntegerRecommendedTiming: Most Recent Attempt0::20=Someone present; 1=Someone nearby or in visual or vocal contact; 2=No one nearby or in visual or vocal contact
mlap2IntegerRecommendedTiming: Max Lethal Attempt0::20=Timed so that intervention is probablye; 1=Times so that intervention is not likely; 2=Timed so that intervention is highly unlikely
mlap3IntegerRecommendedPrecaution against discovery/intervention: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = No precautions; 1 = Passive precautions such as avoiding others but doing nothing to prevent their intervention (alone in room with unlocked door); 2 = Active precautions (locked door)
mrap3IntegerRecommendedPrecaution against discovery/intervention: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = No precautions; 1 = Passive precautions such as avoiding others but doing nothing to prevent their intervention (alone in room with unlocked door); 2 = Active precautions (locked door)
mlap4IntegerRecommendedActing to get help during/after attempt: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Notified potential helper regarding attempt; 1 = Contacted but did not specifically notify potential helper regarding attempt; 2 = Did not contact/notify potential helper
mrap4IntegerRecommendedActing to get help during/after attempt: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Notified potential helper regarding attempt; 1 = Contacted but did not specifically notify potential helper regarding attempt; 2 = Did not contact/notify potential helper
mlap5IntegerRecommendedFinal acts in anticipation of death: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = None; 1 = Patient thought about making or made some arrangements in anticipation of death; 2 = Definite plans made (change in will, giving gifts, taking out insurance)
mrap5IntegerRecommendedFinal acts in anticipation of death: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = None; 1 = Patient thought about making or made some arrangements in anticipation of death; 2 = Definite plans made (change in will, giving gifts, taking out insurance)
mlap6IntegerRecommendedActive preparation for attempt: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = No preparation; 1 = Minimal/moderate preparation; 2 = Extensive preparation
mrap6IntegerRecommendedActive preparation for attempt: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = No preparation; 1 = Minimal/moderate preparation; 2 = Extensive preparation
mlap7IntegerRecommendedSuicide note: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Absence of note; 1 = Note written, but torn up or note thought about; 2 = Presence of note
mrap7IntegerRecommendedSuicide note: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Absence of note; 1 = Note written, but torn up or note thought about; 2 = Presence of note
mlap8IntegerRecommendedOvert communication of intent before the Attempt: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = None; 1 = Equivocal communication; 2 = Unequivocal communication
mrap8IntegerRecommendedOvert communication of intent before the Attempt: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = None; 1 = Equivocal communication; 2 = Unequivocal communication
mlap9IntegerRecommendedAlleged purpose of attempt: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = To manipulate environment, get attention, revenge; 1 = Components of "0" and "2"; 2 = To escape, surcease, solve problems
mrap9IntegerRecommendedAlleged purpose of attempt: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = To manipulate environment, get attention, revenge; 1 = Components of "0" and "2"; 2 = To escape, surcease, solve problems
mlap10IntegerRecommendedExpectations of fatality: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Thought death was unlikely; 1 = Thought death was possible but not probable; 2 = Thought death was probable or certain
mrap10IntegerRecommendedExpectations of fatality: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Thought death was unlikely; 1 = Thought death was possible but not probable; 2 = Thought death was probable or certain
mlap11IntegerRecommendedConcept of method's lethality: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Did less than he/she thought was lethal; 1 = Wasn't sure what he/she did would be lethal; 2 = Act equaled or exceeded what he/she thought would be lethal
mrap11IntegerRecommendedConcept of method's lethality: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Did less than he/she thought was lethal; 1 = Wasn't sure what he/she did would be lethal; 2 = Act equaled or exceeded what he/she thought would be lethal
mlap12IntegerRecommendedSeruiousness of attempt: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Did not attempt to end life; 1 = Uncertain about seriousness to end life; 2 = Seriously attempted to end life
mrap12IntegerRecommendedSeruiousness of attempt: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Did not attempt to end life; 1 = Uncertain about seriousness to end life; 2 = Seriously attempted to end life
mlap13IntegerRecommendedAttitude toward living/dying: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Did not want to die; 1 = Components of "0" and "2"; 2 = Wanted to die
mrap13IntegerRecommendedAttitude toward living/dying: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Did not want to die; 1 = Components of "0" and "2"; 2 = Wanted to die
mlap14IntegerRecommendedConcept of medical rescuability: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Thought that death would be unlikely if received medical attention; 1 = Was uncertain whether death could be averted by medical attention; 2 = Was certain of death even if he/she received medical attention
mrap14IntegerRecommendedConcept of medical rescuability: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Thought that death would be unlikely if received medical attention; 1 = Was uncertain whether death could be averted by medical attention; 2 = Was certain of death even if he/she received medical attention
mlap15IntegerRecommendedDegree of premeditation: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = None, impulsive; 1 = Suicide contemplated for three hours or less prior to attempt; 2 = Suicide contemplated for more than three hours prior to attempt
mrap15IntegerRecommendedDegree of premeditation: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = None, impulsive; 1 = Suicide contemplated for three hours or less prior to attempt; 2 = Suicide contemplated for more than three hours prior to attempt
mlap16IntegerRecommendedReaction to Attempt: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Sorry that he/she made attempt; feels foolish/ashamed; 1 = Accepts both attempt and its failure; 2 = Regrets failure of attempt
mrap16IntegerRecommendedReaction to Attempt: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Sorry that he/she made attempt; feels foolish/ashamed; 1 = Accepts both attempt and its failure; 2 = Regrets failure of attempt
mlap17IntegerRecommendedVisualization of death: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = Life-after-death, reunion with ancestors; 1 = Never ending sleep, darkness, end-of-things; 2 = No conceptions of, or thoughts about, death
mrap17IntegerRecommendedVisualization of death: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = Life-after-death, reunion with ancestors; 1 = Never ending sleep, darkness, end-of-things; 2 = No conceptions of, or thoughts about, death
mlap18IntegerRecommendedNumber of previous attempts: Max Lethal Attempt0::20 = None; 1 = One or two; 2 = Three or more
mrap18IntegerRecommendedNumber of previous attempts: Most Recent Attempt0::20 = None; 1 = One or two; 2 = Three or more
mlap19IntegerRecommendedRelationship between alcohol intake and attempt: Max Lethal Attempt0::2;90 = Some alcohol intake prior to but not related to attempt, reportedly not enough to impair judgement, reality testing; 1 = Enough alcohol intake to impair judgement, reality testing and diminish responsibility; 2 = Intentional intake of alcohol in order to facilitate implementation of attempt; 9 = No alcohol intake immediately prior to attempt
mrap19IntegerRecommendedRelationship between alcohol intake and attempt: Most Recent Attempt0::2;90 = Some alcohol intake prior to but not related to attempt, reportedly not enough to impair judgement, reality testing; 1 = Enough alcohol intake to impair judgement, reality testing and diminish responsibility; 2 = Intentional intake of alcohol in order to facilitate implementation of attempt; 9 = No alcohol intake immediately prior to attempt
mlap20IntegerRecommendedRelationship between drug intake and attempt: Max Lethal Attempt0::2;90 = Some drug intake prior to but not related to attempt, reportedly not enough to impair judgement, reality testing; 1 = Enough drug intake to impair judgement, reality testing and diminish responsibility; 2 = Intentional intake of drug in order to facilitate implementation of attempt; 9 = No drug intake immediately prior to attempt
mrap20IntegerRecommendedRelationship between drug intake and attempt: Most Recent Attempt0::2;90 = Some drug intake prior to but not related to attempt, reportedly not enough to impair judgement, reality testing; 1 = Enough drug intake to impair judgement, reality testing and diminish responsibility; 2 = Intentional intake of drug in order to facilitate implementation of attempt; 9 = No drug intake immediately prior to attempt
estmrelbIntegerRecommendedEstimated reliability of patient1::41 = Uncertain; 2 = Poor; 3 = Fair; 4 = Good
virp1IntegerRecommendedConfusion as a medical consequence of attempt1::41 = None; 2 = Some; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
virp2IntegerRecommendedDisorientation at the time of attempt due to alcohol or drug abuse1::41 = None; 2 = Some; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
virp3IntegerRecommendedDisorientation at time of attempt due to emotional state1::41 = None; 2 = Some; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
virp4IntegerRecommendedLack of truthfulness or reluctance to disclose information1::41 = None; 2 = Some; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
virp5IntegerRecommendedCurrent memory impairment, amnesia, "blocking" regarding attempt1::41 = None; 2 = Some; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
virp6IntegerRecommendedCurrent withdrawal, partial mutism, inability to verbalize1::41 = None; 2 = Some; 3 = Moderate; 4 = Severe
noansobjString250RecommendedObjective" items that patient didn't explicitly answer
confd1IntegerRecommendedClinician's confidence in his/her inferences about above questions1::41 = N/A; 2 = Low; 3 = Moderate; 4 = High
noansrptString250RecommendedSelf-report" items that pateints didn't explicitly answer
confd2IntegerRecommendedClinician's confidence in his/her inferences about above questions1::41 = N/A; 2 = Low; 3 = Moderate; 4 = High
sup1txtString250RecommendedWhy did the patient choose this particular method? (Enter patient's verbatim response. ) Patient's Response:
sup1ansIntegerRecommendedWhy did the patient choose this particular method? (Check the appropriate category. )0::70 = Most immediately accessible; 1 = Believed to be most lethal; 2 = Least painful; 3 = Method suggested by another person; 4 = Imitation of suicide attempt by another person; 5 = Method suggested or demanded by voices; 6 = Method has particular psychological or symbolic significance to this patient; 7 = Other
sup2IntegerRecommendedIf the patient took a drug overdose and had ingested alcohol, was he or she aware of the fact that the combined effects of alcohol and certain drugs are greater than the total of their separate effects?0;1;30 = Yes, patient was aware of it; 1 = No, he/she was not aware of it; 3 = Question is not applicable to this case
sup3IntegerRecommendedWhat is the relationship between alcohol ingestion and the attempt?0::60 = No alcohol ingestion; 1 = Alcohol ingestion was normal for this patient and was related to the suicide attempt; 2 = Alcohol ingestion was excessive and may have impaired judgement, but patient did not drink in order to facilitate the attempt; 3 = Patient drank excessively to gain courage for the attempt; 4 = Patient drank in order to add to the effects of an overdose 5 = Patient took alcohol in combination with a drug overdose, knowing that this would produce an extra lethal effect; 6 = Alcohol ingestion was related to the attempt in another way
tllasIntegerRecommendedTotal Most Lethal Attempt: SummaryNA=-9
tlrasIntegerRecommendedTotal Most Recent Attempt: Summary
tllas_1_15IntegerRecommendedTotal Most Lethal Attempt: Summary (items 1 to 15)
tlras_1_15IntegerRecommendedTotal Most Recent Attempt: Summary (items 1 to 15)
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baseline
mrap1IntegerRecommendedIsolation: Most Recent Attempt0::20=Someone present; 1=Someone nearby or in visual or vocal contact; 2=No one nearby or in visual or vocal contact
version_formString100RecommendedForm used
mladayIntegerRecommendedMost lethal attempt date (days from baseline)
mrsadayIntegerRecommendedMost recent suicide attempt date (days from baseline)
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