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Comprehensive Assessment of At-Risk Mental States

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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/projectclientid, subjectid, subjectnumber
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldaxdate, datacollecteddate
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
caarms_a1IntegerRecommendedA1: 30% drop in SOFAS score from premorbid level, sustained for a month, occurred within past 12 months OR SOFAS score of 50 or less for past 12 months or longer (If NO to A1, then all remaining items are NA and E = No )0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_01
caarms_b1IntegerRecommendedB1: Family history of psychosis in first degree relative OR Schizotypal Personality Disorder in identified patient0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_02
caarms_b2IntegerRecommendedB2: A1 above = Yes0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_03
caarms_b3IntegerRecommendedB1 and B2 = Yes0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_04
caarms_c1aIntegerRecommendedC1A: Global Rating Scale Score of 3-5 on Unusual Thought Content subscale, 3-5 on Non-Bizarre Ideas subscale, 3-4 on Perceptual Abnormalities subscale and/or 4-5 on Disorganised Speech subscales of the CAARMS0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_05
caarms_c2aIntegerRecommendedC2A: Frequency Scale Score of 3-6 on Unusual Thought Content, Non-Bizarre Ideas, Perceptual Abnormalities and/or Disorganised Speech subscales of the CAARMS for at least a week OR Frequency Scale Score of 2 on Unusual Thought Content, Non-Bizarre Ideas, Perceptual Abnormalities and Disorganised Speech subscales of the CAARMS on more than two occasions (experienced a minimum of four times in total)0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_06
caarms_2b_1IntegerRecommendedC1B: Global Rating Scale Score of 6 on Unusual Thought Content, 6 on Non-Bizarre Ideas, 5-6 on Perceptual Abnormalities and/or 6 on Disorganised Speech subscales of the CAARMS0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_07
caarms_2b_2IntegerRecommendedC2B: Frequency Scale Score of 3 on Unusual Thought Content, Non-Bizarre Ideas, Perceptual Abnormalities and/or Disorganised Speech subscales of the CAARMS0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_08
caarms_c3IntegerRecommendedC3: Symptoms present in past year0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_09
caarms_c4IntegerRecommendedC4: A1 above = Yes0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_10
caarms_c5IntegerRecommendedC5: C1a, C2a, C3 and C4 = Yes OR C1b, C2b, C3 and C4 = Yes0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_11
caarms_d1IntegerRecommendedD1: Global Rating Scale Score of 6 on Unusual Thought Content subscale, 6 on Non-Bizarre Ideas, 5 or 6 on Perceptual Abnormalities subscale and/or 6 on Disorganised Speech subscales of the CAARMS0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_12
caarms_d2IntegerRecommendedD2: Frequency Scale Score of 4-6 on Unusual Thought Content, Non-Bizarre Ideas, Perceptual Abnormalities and/or Disorganised Speech subscales0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_13
caarms_d3IntegerRecommendedD3: Each episode of symptoms is present for less than one week and symptoms spontaneously remit on every occasion0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_14
caarms_d4IntegerRecommendedD4: Symptoms occurred during last year0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_15
caarms_d5IntegerRecommendedD5: A1 above = Yes0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_16
caarms_d6IntegerRecommendedD6: D1, D2, D3, D4 and D5 = YES0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_17
caarms_eIntegerRecommendedE: B3 OR C5 OR D6 = YES0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=NAcaarms_18
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesitenumber
visit_nameString20Recommendedsession ID/screening IDvisitnumber
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visittimepointid, visitlabel
subjecttypeString20RecommendedSubject TypeControl;Prodromal; Enhanced; Non-Enhanced
dataqualityIntegerRecommendedData quality0::50=No data (cancelled); 1=Data entered but only once, has missing data; 2=Data entered but only once, no missing data; 3=Double entered; 4=Data frozen for cleaning; 5=Data clean/locked
elig_inclusion_checkIntegerRecommendedChecks for a pass/fail on Elig for Inclusion0::30=Failed (Ineligible); 1=Passed (Eligible); 2=In screening; 3=NA
visit_numIntegerRecommendedVisit number1::31=Baseline, 2=12 Month, 3=24 Month
caarms_grs1IntegerRecommendedUnusual Thought Content . Severity0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately sever; 5=sever; 6= psychotic/sever
caarms_grs_1fdIntegerRecommendedUnusual Thought Content. Frequency0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ or several times per day; 6= continuous
caarms_grs2IntegerRecommendedNo Bizzare Ideas. Severity0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately sever; 5=sever; 6= psychotic/sever
caarms_grs_2fdIntegerRecommendedNo Bizzare Ideas. Frequency0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ or several times per day; 6= continuous
caarms_grs3IntegerRecommendedPerseptual Abnormalities. Severity0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately sever; 5=sever; 6= psychotic/sever
caarms_grs_3fdIntegerRecommendedPerseptual Abnormalities. Frequency0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ or several times per day; 6= continuous
caarms_grs4IntegerRecommendedDisorganized Speech. Severity0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately sever; 5=sever; 6= psychotic/sever
caarms_grs_4fdIntegerRecommendedDisorganized Speech. Frequency0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ or several times per day; 6= continuous
caarmscatString50RecommendedCAARMS Section Namefull title of section
caarmsgrsIntegerRecommendedCAARMS Section Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severegrs
caarmsonsetDateRecommendedCAARMS Section Onset DateMM/DD/YYYYondate
caarmsoffsetDateRecommendedCAARMS Section Offset DateMM/DD/YYYYoffdate
caarmsfreqIntegerRecommendedCAARMS Section Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuousfreq
caarmspattIntegerRecommendedCAARMS Section Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance usepattern
caarmsdistrIntegerRecommendedCAARMS Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distresseddistress
caarmsfirstchangeDateRecommendedDate of first noted changedatefirstnotedchange
caarmsuhrstartDateRecommendedUHR treatment start datedateuhrtreatment
caarms1p1_onsetDateRecommendedUnusual Thought Content: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p1_offsetDateRecommendedUnusual Thought Content: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p1_pattIntegerRecommendedUnusual Thought Content: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms1p1_distrIntegerRecommendedUnusual Thought Content: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms1p1_firstchangeDateRecommendedUnusual Thought Content: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p1_uhrstartDateRecommendedUnusual Thought Content: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p2_onsetDateRecommendedNon-Bizarre Ideas: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p2_offsetDateRecommendedNon-Bizarre Ideas: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p2_pattIntegerRecommendedNon-Bizarre Ideas: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms1p2_distrIntegerRecommendedNon-Bizarre Ideas: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms1p2_firstchangeDateRecommendedNon-Bizarre Ideas: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p2_uhrstartDateRecommendedNon-Bizarre Ideas: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p3_onsetDateRecommendedPerceptual Abnormalities: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p3_offsetDateRecommendedPerceptual Abnormalities: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p3_pattIntegerRecommendedPerceptual Abnormalities: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms1p3_distrIntegerRecommendedPerceptual Abnormalities: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms1p3_firstchangeDateRecommendedPerceptual Abnormalities: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p3_uhrstartDateRecommendedPerceptual Abnormalities: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p4_onsetDateRecommendedDisorganised Speech: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p4_offsetDateRecommendedDisorganised Speech: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p4_pattIntegerRecommendedDisorganised Speech: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms1p4_distrIntegerRecommendedDisorganised Speech: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms1p4_firstchangeDateRecommendedDisorganised Speech: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms1p4_uhrstartDateRecommendedDisorganised Speech: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms2p1_grsIntegerRecommendedSubjective Experience (Huber's Basic Symptom): Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms2p1_onsetDateRecommendedSubjective Experience (Huber's Basic Symptom): Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms2p1_offsetDateRecommendedSubjective Experience (Huber's Basic Symptom): Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms2p1_freqIntegerRecommendedSubjective Experience (Huber's Basic Symptom): Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms2p1_pattIntegerRecommendedSubjective Experience (Huber's Basic Symptom): Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms2p1_distrIntegerRecommendedSubjective Experience (Huber's Basic Symptom): Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms2p1_firstchangeDateRecommendedSubjective Experience (Huber's Basic Symptom): Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms2p1_uhrstartDateRecommendedSubjective Experience (Huber's Basic Symptom): UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms2p2_grsIntegerRecommendedObserved Cognitive Change: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms2p2_onsetDateRecommendedObserved Cognitive Change: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms2p2_offsetDateRecommendedObserved Cognitive Change: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms2p2_freqIntegerRecommendedObserved Cognitive Change: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms2p2_pattIntegerRecommendedObserved Cognitive Change: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms2p2_distrIntegerRecommendedObserved Cognitive Change: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms2p2_firstchangeDateRecommendedObserved Cognitive Change: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms2p2_uhrstartDateRecommendedObserved Cognitive Change: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p1_grsIntegerRecommendedSubjective Emotional Disturbance (Huber's Basic Symptom): Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms3p1_onsetDateRecommendedSubjective Emotional Disturbance (Huber's Basic Symptom): Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p1_offsetDateRecommendedSubjective Emotional Disturbance (Huber's Basic Symptom): Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p1_freqIntegerRecommendedSubjective Emotional Disturbance (Huber's Basic Symptom): Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms3p1_pattIntegerRecommendedSubjective Emotional Disturbance (Huber's Basic Symptom): Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms3p1_distrIntegerRecommendedSubjective Emotional Disturbance (Huber's Basic Symptom): Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms3p1_firstchangeDateRecommendedSubjective Emotional Disturbance (Huber's Basic Symptom): Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p1_uhrstartDateRecommendedSubjective Emotional Disturbance (Huber's Basic Symptom): UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p2_grsIntegerRecommendedObserved Blunted Affect: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms3p2_onsetDateRecommendedObserved Blunted Affect: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p2_offsetDateRecommendedObserved Blunted Affect: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p2_freqIntegerRecommendedObserved Blunted Affect: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms3p2_pattIntegerRecommendedObserved Blunted Affect: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms3p2_distrIntegerRecommendedObserved Blunted Affect: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms3p2_firstchangeDateRecommendedObserved Blunted Affect: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p2_uhrstartDateRecommendedObserved Blunted Affect: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p3_grsIntegerRecommendedObserved Inappropriate Affect: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms3p3_onsetDateRecommendedObserved Inappropriate Affect: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p3_offsetDateRecommendedObserved Inappropriate Affect: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p3_freqIntegerRecommendedObserved Inappropriate Affect: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms3p3_pattIntegerRecommendedObserved Inappropriate Affect: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms3p3_distrIntegerRecommendedObserved Inappropriate Affect: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms3p3_firstchangeDateRecommendedObserved Inappropriate Affect: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms3p3_uhrstartDateRecommendedObserved Inappropriate Affect: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p1_grsIntegerRecommendedAlogia: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms4p1_onsetDateRecommendedAlogia: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p1_offsetDateRecommendedAlogia: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p1_freqIntegerRecommendedAlogia: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms4p1_pattIntegerRecommendedAlogia: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms4p1_distrIntegerRecommendedAlogia: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms4p1_firstchangeDateRecommendedAlogia: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p1_uhrstartDateRecommendedAlogia: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p2_grsIntegerRecommendedAvolition/ Apathy (Huber's Basic Symptom): Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms4p2_onsetDateRecommendedAvolition/ Apathy (Huber's Basic Symptom): Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p2_offsetDateRecommendedAvolition/ Apathy (Huber's Basic Symptom): Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p2_freqIntegerRecommendedAvolition/ Apathy (Huber's Basic Symptom): Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms4p2_pattIntegerRecommendedAvolition/ Apathy (Huber's Basic Symptom): Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms4p2_distrIntegerRecommendedAvolition/ Apathy (Huber's Basic Symptom): Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms4p2_firstchangeDateRecommendedAvolition/ Apathy (Huber's Basic Symptom): Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p2_uhrstartDateRecommendedAvolition/ Apathy (Huber's Basic Symptom): UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p3_grsIntegerRecommendedAnhedonia: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms4p3_onsetDateRecommendedAnhedonia: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p3_offsetDateRecommendedAnhedonia: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p3_freqIntegerRecommendedAnhedonia: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms4p3_pattIntegerRecommendedAnhedonia: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms4p3_distrIntegerRecommendedAnhedonia: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms4p3_firstchangeDateRecommendedAnhedonia: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms4p3_uhrstartDateRecommendedAnhedonia: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p1_grsIntegerRecommendedSocial Isolation: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms5p1_onsetDateRecommendedSocial Isolation: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p1_offsetDateRecommendedSocial Isolation: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p1_freqIntegerRecommendedSocial Isolation: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms5p1_pattIntegerRecommendedSocial Isolation: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms5p1_distrIntegerRecommendedSocial Isolation: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms5p1_firstchangeDateRecommendedSocial Isolation: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p1_uhrstartDateRecommendedSocial Isolation: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p2_grsIntegerRecommendedImpaired Role Functioning: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms5p2_onsetDateRecommendedImpaired Role Functioning: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p2_offsetDateRecommendedImpaired Role Functioning: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p2_freqIntegerRecommendedImpaired Role Functioning: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms5p2_pattIntegerRecommendedImpaired Role Functioning: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms5p2_distrIntegerRecommendedImpaired Role Functioning: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms5p2_firstchangeDateRecommendedImpaired Role Functioning: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p2_uhrstartDateRecommendedImpaired Role Functioning: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p3_grsIntegerRecommendedDisorganising/ Odd/ Stigmatising Behaviour: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms5p3_onsetDateRecommendedDisorganising/ Odd/ Stigmatising Behaviour: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p3_offsetDateRecommendedDisorganising/ Odd/ Stigmatising Behaviour: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p3_freqIntegerRecommendedDisorganising/ Odd/ Stigmatising Behaviour: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms5p3_pattIntegerRecommendedDisorganising/ Odd/ Stigmatising Behaviour: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms5p3_distrIntegerRecommendedDisorganising/ Odd/ Stigmatising Behaviour: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms5p3_firstchangeDateRecommendedDisorganising/ Odd/ Stigmatising Behaviour: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p3_uhrstartDateRecommendedDisorganising/ Odd/ Stigmatising Behaviour: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p4_grsIntegerRecommendedAggression/ Dangerous Behavour: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms5p4_onsetDateRecommendedAggression/ Dangerous Behavour: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p4_offsetDateRecommendedAggression/ Dangerous Behavour: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p4_freqIntegerRecommendedAggression/ Dangerous Behavour: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms5p4_pattIntegerRecommendedAggression/ Dangerous Behavour: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms5p4_distrIntegerRecommendedAggression/ Dangerous Behavour: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms5p4_firstchangeDateRecommendedAggression/ Dangerous Behavour: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms5p4_uhrstartDateRecommendedAggression/ Dangerous Behavour: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p1_grsIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Motor Functioning (Huber's Basic Symptom): Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms6p1_onsetDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Motor Functioning (Huber's Basic Symptom): Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p1_offsetDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Motor Functioning (Huber's Basic Symptom): Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p1_freqIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Motor Functioning (Huber's Basic Symptom): Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms6p1_pattIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Motor Functioning (Huber's Basic Symptom): Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms6p1_distrIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Motor Functioning (Huber's Basic Symptom): Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms6p1_firstchangeDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Motor Functioning (Huber's Basic Symptom): Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p1_uhrstartDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Motor Functioning (Huber's Basic Symptom): UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p2_grsIntegerRecommendedInformant Reported or Observed Changes in Motor Functioning: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms6p2_onsetDateRecommendedInformant Reported or Observed Changes in Motor Functioning: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p2_offsetDateRecommendedInformant Reported or Observed Changes in Motor Functioning: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p2_freqIntegerRecommendedInformant Reported or Observed Changes in Motor Functioning: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms6p2_pattIntegerRecommendedInformant Reported or Observed Changes in Motor Functioning: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms6p2_distrIntegerRecommendedInformant Reported or Observed Changes in Motor Functioning: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms6p2_firstchangeDateRecommendedInformant Reported or Observed Changes in Motor Functioning: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p2_uhrstartDateRecommendedInformant Reported or Observed Changes in Motor Functioning: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p3_grsIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Bodily Sensation (Huber's Basic Symptom): Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms6p3_onsetDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Bodily Sensation (Huber's Basic Symptom): Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p3_offsetDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Bodily Sensation (Huber's Basic Symptom): Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p3_freqIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Bodily Sensation (Huber's Basic Symptom): Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms6p3_pattIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Bodily Sensation (Huber's Basic Symptom): Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms6p3_distrIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Bodily Sensation (Huber's Basic Symptom): Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms6p3_firstchangeDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Bodily Sensation (Huber's Basic Symptom): Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p3_uhrstartDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Bodily Sensation (Huber's Basic Symptom): UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p4_grsIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Autonomic Functioning (huber's Basic Symptom): Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms6p4_onsetDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Autonomic Functioning (huber's Basic Symptom): Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p4_offsetDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Autonomic Functioning (huber's Basic Symptom): Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p4_freqIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Autonomic Functioning (huber's Basic Symptom): Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms6p4_pattIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Autonomic Functioning (huber's Basic Symptom): Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms6p4_distrIntegerRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Autonomic Functioning (huber's Basic Symptom): Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms6p4_firstchangeDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Autonomic Functioning (huber's Basic Symptom): Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms6p4_uhrstartDateRecommendedSubjective Complaints of Impaired Autonomic Functioning (huber's Basic Symptom): UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p1_grsIntegerRecommendedMania: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms7p1_onsetDateRecommendedMania: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p1_offsetDateRecommendedMania: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p1_freqIntegerRecommendedMania: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms7p1_pattIntegerRecommendedMania: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms7p1_distrIntegerRecommendedMania: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms7p1_firstchangeDateRecommendedMania: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p1_uhrstartDateRecommendedMania: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p2_grsIntegerRecommendedDepression Suicidality and Self-Harm: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms7p2_onsetDateRecommendedDepression Suicidality and Self-Harm: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p2_offsetDateRecommendedDepression Suicidality and Self-Harm: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p2_freqIntegerRecommendedDepression Suicidality and Self-Harm: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms7p2_pattIntegerRecommendedDepression Suicidality and Self-Harm: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms7p2_distrIntegerRecommendedDepression Suicidality and Self-Harm: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms7p2_firstchangeDateRecommendedDepression Suicidality and Self-Harm: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p2_uhrstartDateRecommendedDepression Suicidality and Self-Harm: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p3_grsIntegerRecommendedSuicidality and Self-Harm: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms7p3_onsetDateRecommendedSuicidality and Self-Harm: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p3_offsetDateRecommendedSuicidality and Self-Harm: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p3_freqIntegerRecommendedSuicidality and Self-Harm: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms7p3_pattIntegerRecommendedSuicidality and Self-Harm: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms7p3_distrIntegerRecommendedSuicidality and Self-Harm: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms7p3_firstchangeDateRecommendedSuicidality and Self-Harm: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p3_uhrstartDateRecommendedSuicidality and Self-Harm: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p4_grsIntegerRecommendedMood Swings/ Lability: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms7p4_onsetDateRecommendedMood Swings/ Lability: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p4_offsetDateRecommendedMood Swings/ Lability: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p4_freqIntegerRecommendedMood Swings/ Lability: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms7p4_pattIntegerRecommendedMood Swings/ Lability: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms7p4_distrIntegerRecommendedMood Swings/ Lability: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms7p4_firstchangeDateRecommendedMood Swings/ Lability: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p4_uhrstartDateRecommendedMood Swings/ Lability: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p5_grsIntegerRecommendedAnxiety: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms7p5_onsetDateRecommendedAnxiety: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p5_offsetDateRecommendedAnxiety: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p5_freqIntegerRecommendedAnxiety: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms7p5_pattIntegerRecommendedAnxiety: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms7p5_distrIntegerRecommendedAnxiety: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms7p5_firstchangeDateRecommendedAnxiety: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p5_uhrstartDateRecommendedAnxiety: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p6_grsIntegerRecommendedOCD Symptoms: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms7p6_onsetDateRecommendedOCD Symptoms: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p6_offsetDateRecommendedOCD Symptoms: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p6_freqIntegerRecommendedOCD Symptoms: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms7p6_pattIntegerRecommendedOCD Symptoms: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms7p6_distrIntegerRecommendedOCD Symptoms: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms7p6_firstchangeDateRecommendedOCD Symptoms: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p6_uhrstartDateRecommendedOCD Symptoms: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p7_grsIntegerRecommendedDissociative Symptoms: Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms7p7_onsetDateRecommendedDissociative Symptoms: Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p7_offsetDateRecommendedDissociative Symptoms: Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p7_freqIntegerRecommendedDissociative Symptoms: Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms7p7_pattIntegerRecommendedDissociative Symptoms: Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms7p7_distrIntegerRecommendedDissociative Symptoms: Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms7p7_firstchangeDateRecommendedDissociative Symptoms: Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p7_uhrstartDateRecommendedDissociative Symptoms: UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p8_grsIntegerRecommendedImpaired Tolerance to Normal Stress (Huber's Basic Symptom): Global Rating Scale0::60=Never/absent; 1= questionable; 2=mild; 3=moderate; 4=moderately severe; 5=severe; 6= psychotic/severe
caarms7p8_onsetDateRecommendedImpaired Tolerance to Normal Stress (Huber's Basic Symptom): Onset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p8_offsetDateRecommendedImpaired Tolerance to Normal Stress (Huber's Basic Symptom): Offset DateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p8_freqIntegerRecommendedImpaired Tolerance to Normal Stress (Huber's Basic Symptom): Frequency and duration0::60=absent; 1= less than once a month; 2= 1x/month 2x/ week - less than 1hour/occ; 3=1x/month - 2x/week, more than 1 hour or 3-6x a week less than 1hour/occasion; 4=3-6xweek more than one hour/occ or daily less than one hour; 5= daily more than 1hour/occ o several/ day; 6= Continuous
caarms7p8_pattIntegerRecommendedImpaired Tolerance to Normal Stress (Huber's Basic Symptom): Pattern of Symptom0::20= No relation to substance use noted; 1= Occurs in relation to substance use and at other times as well; 2= Noted only in relation to substance use
caarms7p8_distrIntegerRecommendedImpaired Tolerance to Normal Stress (Huber's Basic Symptom): Level of Distress0::1000= not at all distressed; 100= extremely distressed
caarms7p8_firstchangeDateRecommendedImpaired Tolerance to Normal Stress (Huber's Basic Symptom): Date of first noted changeMM/DD/YYYY
caarms7p8_uhrstartDateRecommendedImpaired Tolerance to Normal Stress (Huber's Basic Symptom): UHR treatment start dateMM/DD/YYYY
caarms_pwellString100RecommendedWhen was the last time you were perfectly well?
caarms_symptomsString100RecommendedWhen did the symptoms first start that led to your referral to the UHR service?
caarms1p1_q1String100RecommendedHave you had the feeling that something odd is going on that you can�t explain? What is it like?
caarms1p1_q2String100RecommendedDo you feel puzzled by anything? Do familiar surroundings feel strange?
caarms1p1_q3String100RecommendedDo you feel that you have changed in some way?
caarms1p1_q4String100RecommendedDo you feel that others, or the world, have changed in some way?
caarms1p1_q5String100RecommendedIdeas of Reference: Have you felt that things that were happening around you had a special meaning, or that people were trying to give you messages? What is it like? How did it start?
caarms1p1_q6String100RecommendedHave you had the feeling that something odd is going on that you can't explain? What is it like?
caarms1p1_q7String100RecommendedHave you had the feeling that something odd is going on that you can't explain? What is it like?
caarms1p1_q8String100RecommendedMade thoughts, feelings, impulses: Have you felt that someone, or something, outside yourself has been controlling your thoughts, feelings, actions or urges? Have you had feelings or impulses that don�t seem to come from yourself?
caarms1p1_q9String100RecommendedSomatic Passivity: Do you get any strange sensations in your body? Do you know what causes them? Could it be due to other people or forces outside yourself?
caarms1p1_q10String100RecommendedThought Insertion: Have you felt that ideas or thoughts that are not your own have been put into your head? How do you know they are not your own? Where do they come from?
caarms1p1_q11String100RecommendedThought Withdrawal: Have you ever felt that ideas or thoughts are being taken out of your head? How does that happen?
caarms1p1_q12String100RecommendedThought Broadcasting: Are your thoughts broadcast so that other people know what you are thinking?
caarms1p1_q13String100RecommendedThoughts Being Read: Can other people read your mind?
caarms1p2_q1String100RecommendedSuspiciousness, Persecutory Ideas: Has anybody been giving you a hard time or trying to hurt you? Do you feel like people have been talking about you, laughing at you, or watching you? What is it like? How do you know this?
caarms1p2_q2String100RecommendedGrandiose Ideas: Have you been feeling that you are especially important in some way, or that you have powers to do things that other people can�t do?
caarms1p2_q3String100RecommendedSomatic Ideas: Have you had the feeling that something odd is going on with your body that you can�t explain? What is it like? Do you feel that your body has changed in some way, or that there is a problem with your body shape?
caarms1p2_q4String100RecommendedIdeas of Guilt: Do you feel you deserve punishment for anything you have done wrong?
caarms1p2_q5String100RecommendedNihilistic Ideas: Have you ever felt that you, or a part of you, did not exist, or was dead? Do you ever feel that the world does not exist?
caarms1p2_q6String100RecommendedJealous Ideas: Are you a jealous person? Do you worry about relationships that your spouse/girlfriend/boyfriend has with other people?
caarms1p2_q7String100RecommendedReligious Ideas: Are you very religious? Have you had any religious experiences?
caarms1p2_q8String100RecommendedErotomanic Ideas: Is anyone in love with you? Who? How do you know this? Do you return his/her feelings?
caarms1p3_q1String100RecommendedDistortions, illusions: Is there a change in the way things look to you? Do things somehow look different, or abnormal? Are there alterations in colour, or brightness of objects (things seeming brighter, or duller in colour)? Are there alterations in the size and shape of objects? Do things seem to be moving?
caarms1p3_q2String100RecommendedHallucinations: Do you have visions, or see things that may not really be there? Do you ever seen things that others can�t, or don�t seem to? What do you see? At the time that you see these things, how real do they seem? Do you realise they are not real at the time, or only later?
caarms1p3_q3String100RecommendedDistortions, illusions: Is there any change in the way things sound to you? Do things somehow sound different, or abnormal? Does your hearing seem more acute, or have increased sensitivity? Does your hearing seem muted, or less acute?
caarms1p3_q4String100RecommendedHallucinations: Do you ever hear things that may not really be there? Do you ever hear things that other people seem not to (such as sounds or voices)? What do you hear? At the time you hear these things, how real do they seem? Do you realise they are not real at the time, or only later?
caarms1p3_q5String100RecommendedDistortions, illusions: Does your sense of smell seem to be different, such as more, or less intense, than usual?
caarms1p3_q6String100RecommendedHallucinations: Do you ever smell things that other people don�t notice? At the time, do these smells seem real? Do you realise they are not real at the time, or only later?
caarms1p3_q7String100RecommendedDistortions, illusions: Does your sense of taste seem to be different, such as more, or less intense, than usual?
caarms1p3_q8String100RecommendedHallucinations: Do you ever get any odd tastes in your mouth? At the time that you taste these things, how real do they seem? Do you realise they are not real at the time, or only later?
caarms1p3_q9String100RecommendedDistortions, illusions, hallucinations: Do you ever get strange feelings on, or just beneath, your skin? At the time that you feel these things, how real do they seem? Do you realise they are not real at the time, or only later?
caarms1p3_q10String100RecommendedDistortions, illusions: Do you ever get strange feelings in your body (eg feel that parts of your body have changed in some way, or that things are working differently)? Do you feel/think that there is a problem with some part, or all of your body, i.e. that it looks different to others, or is different in some way? How real does this seem?
caarms1p3_q11String100RecommendedHallucinations: Have you noticed any change in your bodily sensations, such as increased, or reduced intensity? Or unusual bodily sensations such as pulling feelings, aches, burning, numbness, vibrations?
caarms1p4_q1String100RecommendedDo you notice any difficulties with your speech, or ability to communicate with others?
caarms1p4_q2String100RecommendedDo you have trouble finding the correct word at the appropriate time?
caarms1p4_q3String100RecommendedDo you ever use words that are not quite right, or totally irrelevant?
caarms1p4_q4String100RecommendedHave you found yourself going off on tangents when speaking and never getting to the point? Is this a recent change?
caarms1p4_q5String100RecommendedAre you aware that you are talking about irrelevant things, or going off the track?
caarms1p4_q6String100RecommendedDo other people ever seem to have difficulty in understanding what you are trying to say/trouble getting your message across?
caarms1p4_q7String100RecommendedDo you ever find yourself repeating the words of others?
caarms1p4_q8String100RecommendedDo you ever have to use gesture or mime to communicate due to trouble getting your message across? How bad is this?
caarms1p4_q9String100RecommendedDoes it ever make you want to stay silent and not say anything?
caarms1p4_q10String100RecommendedIs it difficult to follow what the subject is saying at times due to using incorrect words, being circumstantial or tangential?
caarms1p4_q11String100RecommendedIs the subject vague, overly abstract or concrete? Can responses be condensed?
caarms1p4_q12String100RecommendedDo they go off the subject often and get lost in their words? Do they appear to have difficulty finding the right words?
caarms1p4_q13String100RecommendedDo they repeat words that you have used or adopt strange words (or �non-words�) in the course of regular conversation?
caarms2p1_q1String100RecommendedHave you had difficulty concentrating (difficulty listening to others, watching television, reading)?
caarms2p1_q2String100RecommendedIs it more of an effort to think about, or concentrate on things?
caarms2p1_q3String100RecommendedIs it difficult to pay attention to just one thing?
caarms2p1_q4String100RecommendedAre you distracted by other things easily?
caarms2p1_q5String100RecommendedHave you been feeling overwhelmed, or confused by all the things that have been happening in the environment around you?
caarms2p1_q6String100RecommendedDo your thoughts ever seem to stop, get blocked, or disappear (e.g. do you have �trances�, or �blank spells�)? Can you describe this more fully?
caarms2p1_q7String100RecommendedDo you ever experience racing or confused, jumbled thoughts?
caarms2p1_q8String100RecommendedDo other things, as well as your thoughts, seem to stop e.g. attention, hearing, sight, memory, speech, or movement?
caarms2p1_q9String100RecommendedDo you ever lose your sense of personal identity? What do you think was the cause of this?
caarms2p1_q10String100RecommendedDo you have trouble following what others are saying?
caarms2p1_q11String100RecommendedDo you sometimes require sentences to be repeated, especially long sentences?
caarms2p1_q12String100RecommendedDo you sometimes not understand figures of speech and so on?
caarms2p1_q13String100RecommendedIs this a change for you, or have you always had trouble with this?
caarms2p1_q14String100RecommendedDo you ever have trouble picking up the emotional tone of conversations (eg. not recognising sarcasm, or irony)?
caarms2p1_q15String100RecommendedIs it ever hard to understand non-verbal forms of communication i.e. gestures? How bad is this?
caarms2p1_q16String100RecommendedHave you had memory problems?
caarms2p1_q17String100RecommendedHave you ever felt as if there were large gaps in your memory?
caarms2p1_q18String100RecommendedAre they present all the time, or do they come and go? Have you noticed if the memory problems come at times of stress?
caarms2p2_q1String100RecommendedSubject appears inattentive - looks away during interview, does not pick up the topic during a discussion, shifts focus of attention.
caarms2p2_q2String100RecommendedAttention may be drawn to noise in adjoining room, objects around the room, interviewer�s clothing etc
caarms2p2_q3String100RecommendedThe subject may perform poorly on simple tests of intellectual functioning in spite of adequate education and intellectual ability.
caarms2p2_q4String100RecommendedThis is assessed by having the subject spell the word �world� backwards and by serial 7s or serial 3s for a series of 5 subtractions.
caarms2p2_q5String100RecommendedD L R O W" Assessment comments
caarms2p2_q6String100RecommendedSerial 7s subtraction assessment comments
caarms2p2_q7String100RecommendedSerial 3s for a series of 5 subtractions assessment comments
caarms3p1_q1String100RecommendedHave you noticed any change in your feelings, or emotions e.g. feel like you have no feelings, feel your emotions are �empty�, or that your emotions are somehow not genuine?
caarms3p1_q2String100RecommendedHas there been any change in the way you are using your emotions?
caarms3p1_q3String100RecommendedHave you still been able to enjoy things, or experience pleasure?
caarms3p1_q4String100RecommendedDo you find that even when something sad happens, you are no longer able to feel sadness? Or when something happy happens, you can no longer feel happy?
caarms3p1_q5String100RecommendedFacial expressions: Have you noticed any change in your facial expressions? Have people commented on your facial expression, saying it is blank, or hard to know what you are thinking?
caarms3p1_q6String100RecommendedEye contact: Has there been a change in the way you interact with other people e.g. do you find it hard to look at people when you speak to them? Has anyone commented on this?
caarms3p1_q7String100RecommendedSpeech: Have you noticed a change in the way you talk, such as your voice becoming monotonous? Have people told you that you have a monotonous way of talking? Do they seem to find you boring?
caarms3p1_q8String100RecommendedInappropriate affect: Have you ever felt different on the inside from the way you look to others? Like your appearance was uncoordinated with your emotions? Would you smile, or laugh when talking about something that was sad, or not funny at all?
caarms3p2_q1String100RecommendedRate observed evidence of blunting of affect. For example, diminished facial expressions, reduced emotional tone in speech, reduced expressive movements and gestures.
caarms3p2_q2String100RecommendedThe rater may also feel a diminished ability to engage the subject.
caarms3p3_q1String100RecommendedAlso rate clear-cut inappropriate affect (affect clearly discordant from the content of speech, or ideation (e.g. giggling when speaking of something sad).
caarms4p1_q1String100RecommendedHave you noticed problems trying to form conversations - i.e. hard to find words, thought blocking?
caarms4p1_q2String100RecommendedAre the subject�s responses to questions vague, or convey little information? Does the subject take a long time to respond to questions, but when prompted, displays an awareness of the question?
caarms4p2_q1String100RecommendedHave you felt lacking in energy- mental and physical? Are you tired, or lacking in motivation, or �get up and go�? Lack of will power? Lack of physical strength?
caarms4p2_q2String100RecommendedTo what extent does this interfere with activities such as going to school/work and other everyday tasks? How are you spending your days?
caarms4p2_q3String100RecommendedHas the subject indicated difficulty maintaining the level of his/her usual social, or occupational/ educational commitments?
caarms4p2_q4String100RecommendedDoes the subject appear to be looking after him/herself adequately- cleanliness/hygiene/general self-care?
caarms4p3_q1String100RecommendedHave you been able to enjoy social activities/work/study as much as usual?
caarms4p3_q2String100RecommendedHave you noticed a decrease in your level of interest in things you usually enjoy?
caarms4p3_q3String100RecommendedHas this interfered with your ability to perform activities, e.g. going to school/work/participating in events?
caarms5p1_q1String100RecommendedHave you stayed at home more often than usual recently? Has this been by choice?
caarms5p1_q2String100RecommendedHave you felt uncomfortable around others recently?
caarms5p1_q3String100RecommendedHave you wanted to be alone more than usual recently? Has there been a reason for this? Have others commented on this?
caarms5p1_q4String100RecommendedHave you missed important social events/school/work due to this?
caarms5p1_q5String100RecommendedHas the subject been staying at home, perhaps in their room alone, more often than in the past? If so, do you know the reason for this?
caarms5p1_q6String100RecommendedHave they missed social events/work/school due to this?
caarms5p1_q7String100RecommendedDo they appear to want to spend time alone at present (more so than usual)?
caarms5p2_q1String100RecommendedHave you been able to attend school/work as usual recently?
caarms5p2_q2String100RecommendedHas your school/work performance dropped recently?
caarms5p2_q3String100RecommendedHave you been less interested in your work/school recently? Have others commented on this? Is there a reason for this? (Phrase questions appropriately i.e. for job seekers etc.)
caarms5p2_q4String100RecommendedHave you noticed a change in attendance at work/school recently?
caarms5p2_q5String100RecommendedDoes the subject appear as capable at achieving normal tasks as usual?
caarms5p3_q1String100RecommendedHas there been anything about your lifestyle recently that others might regard as unusual, or odd? (Attempt to sensitively assess peculiar behaviours such as hoarding, talking to self, odd movements etc.)
caarms5p3_q2String100RecommendedHave you been able to look after yourself as well as usual (Bathing, eating etc.)? Has this been reported by others?
caarms5p3_q3String100RecommendedHave you noticed the subject behaving in an odd manner recently?
caarms5p3_q4String100RecommendedHave you felt there is something strange about their behaviour? Has this been commented on by others?
caarms5p3_q5String100RecommendedHave you noticed that they are hoarding goods, talking to self, moving in a bizarre fashion etc.?
caarms5p4_q1String100RecommendedHave you been feeling angry, or irritable recently? Has there been a reason for this? Have you felt more irritated than usual at small things? Have you been in more arguments with others than usual recently? Have you been taking more risks (i.e. when driving) recently than usual? Have others commented that your behaviour is becoming risky, or unsafe? Have you felt like striking out at people or objects recently (more so than usual)?
caarms5p4_q2String100RecommendedHave you become so angry at someone that you have had thoughts of hurting them, or destroying their property? Have you acted on these thoughts?
caarms5p4_q3String100RecommendedHas the subject been acting in an aggressive or dangerous manner recently? Have there been any recent episodes of anger outbursts/physical confrontation? Is this how the subject normally behaves? Have others commented on a change in their level of anger, or irritability? Has the subject destroyed property lately (in association with anger)? Have you felt safe with the subject recently (i.e. when driving, at otherwise normal times)?
caarms6p1_q1String100RecommendedHave you noticed any change in the way you are moving e.g. clumsiness, lack of coordination, trouble organising your activities, or movements, loss of spontaneous movements?
caarms6p1_q2String100RecommendedHave you noticed if your ability to perform some movements is distracted by other things?
caarms6p1_q3String100RecommendedDoes it require more effort or energy to perform some movements?
caarms6p1_q4String100RecommendedHave you developed any new movements, or poses (e.g. developed a nervous habit, a characteristic way of doing something, mimicking others, assuming certain postures)? What is your explanation for this?
caarms6p2_q1String100RecommendedHave you noticed any change in the way they are moving e.g. clumsiness, lack of coordination, trouble organising activities, or movements, loss of spontaneous movements?
caarms6p2_q2String100RecommendedHave you noticed if their ability to perform some movements is distracted by other things?
caarms6p2_q3String100RecommendedDoes it require more effort or energy for them to perform some movements?
caarms6p2_q4String100RecommendedHave they developed any new movements, or poses (e.g. developed a nervous habit, a characteristic way of doing something, mimicking others, assuming certain postures)? What is their explanation for this?
caarms6p3_q1String100RecommendedSubjects say that there is something wrong with their bodily sensations.
caarms6p3_q2String100RecommendedThis includes disagreeable, but qualitatively normal sensations e.g pulling sensations, aches, pains, itching, burning, numbness, or qualitatively abnormal, unusual, or bizarre sensations may be described such as �rustling� sensations in the eyes, vibrations, crawling sensations
caarms6p3_q3String100RecommendedDo you ever get strange feelings in your body (eg feel that parts of your body have changed in some way, or that things are working differently)?
caarms6p3_q4String100RecommendedDo you feel/think that there is a problem with some part, or all of your body, i.e. that it looks different to others, or is different in some way? How real does this seem?
caarms6p4_q1String100RecommendedThe feeling of the heart racing, or going too slow, breathing too fast, or too deeply
caarms6p4_q2String100RecommendedNausea
caarms6p4_q3String100RecommendedIncreased sensitivity to the weather
caarms6p4_q4String100RecommendedHaving to urinate more often, constipation
caarms6p4_q5String100RecommendedPoor sleep, etc.
caarms7p1_q1String100RecommendedWould you describe your mood as �high�, or �hyper� recently?
caarms7p1_q2String100RecommendedHave you been feeling excessively cheerful and had more energy than usual? How long has this feeling lasted?
caarms7p1_q3String100RecommendedHave you felt out of control at these times?
caarms7p1_q4String100RecommendedHas this feeling been in response to a substance, or event that has occurred (i.e. finished exams, new boyfriend/girlfriend etc.)?
caarms7p1_q5String100RecommendedHave you been able to stay awake doing things for longer periods of time than usual?
caarms7p1_q6String100RecommendedHave you been sleeping less than usual?
caarms7p1_q7String100RecommendedHave you found yourself spending more money than usual, or acting in ways you would not normally (i.e. heightened sexual drive, reckless behaviour etc.)?
caarms7p1_q8String100RecommendedHave you found yourself, or have others described you, talking more than usual and faster than usual?
caarms7p1_q9String100RecommendedHave people commented on your mood, or energy, saying you seem more energetic than usual, or out of control?
caarms7p1_q10String100RecommendedHave you been feeling more irritable than usual recently? Has there been a reason for this?
caarms7p1_q11String100RecommendedHave you been feeling better about yourself recently?
caarms7p1_q12String100RecommendedHave you felt that you are special in some way, or have special powers, or skills?
caarms7p2_q1String100RecommendedHow would you describe your mood recently?
caarms7p2_q2String100RecommendedHave you been feeling sad, or low? How often have you felt this way?
caarms7p2_q3String100RecommendedOut of 10, what would be your average mood? Your lowest mood?
caarms7p2_q4String100RecommendedHave you been able to enjoy activities, or feel good about yourself at all?
caarms7p2_q5String100RecommendedHow have you been feeling about the future (assess helplessness/hopelessness)?
caarms7p2_q6String100RecommendedHas your interest in activities/events been lower than usual?
caarms7p2_q7String100RecommendedHave you been able to complete, or start tasks you have been set (assess motivation)?
caarms7p2_q8String100RecommendedHow has your sleep been recently (assess change in sleep pattern/insomnia)?
caarms7p2_q9String100RecommendedWhat has your appetite been like recently? Have you lost any weight?
caarms7p2_q10String100RecommendedHave any events occurred recently that might account for these feelings (death/relationship issues/job/school)?
caarms7p3_q1String100RecommendedHave you had any thoughts recently about harming, or killing yourself? How often have you felt this way?
caarms7p3_q2String100RecommendedHave you had any thoughts of what you would do to achieve this?
caarms7p3_q3String100RecommendedHave you acted on those thoughts at all? What happened?
caarms7p4_q1String100RecommendedHave you experienced mood swings recently?
caarms7p4_q2String100RecommendedHave you felt that your moods have been up and down for no apparent reason?
caarms7p4_q3String100RecommendedDo you find yourself happy one moment, and sad the next (or irritable), with no explanation?
caarms7p4_q4String100RecommendedHow often does this happen (mood swings)?
caarms7p4_q5String100RecommendedHas this (mood swings) occurred in response to drugs, or events that have happened? Have others commented on this?
caarms7p4_q6String100RecommendedHow often has this (mood swings) occurred?
caarms7p5_q1String100RecommendedHave you been feeling nervous, or anxious recently? Has there been a reason for this? How often have you felt this way?
caarms7p5_q2String100RecommendedHow long does this feeling remain for?
caarms7p5_q3String100RecommendedHave you felt panicky lately?
caarms7p5_q4String100RecommendedHave you had times when you have felt breathless, heart racing, sweaty palms, tingling fingers, for no apparent reason?
caarms7p5_q5String100RecommendedDo you have a phobia/are you afraid of dogs, spiders, enclosed places, crowds etc?
caarms7p5_q6String100RecommendedHave you felt nervous around others recently (differentiate social anxiety from suspiciousness)?
caarms7p6_q1String100RecommendedDo you have distressing, or intrusive thoughts that go round and round in your head that you cannot stop?
caarms7p6_q2String100RecommendedDo you have any repetitive behaviours that you feel compelled to perform?
caarms7p6_q3String100RecommendedDo you have anything that you do to stop �bad things� from occurring (rituals/superstitions etc)?
caarms7p6_q4String100RecommendedDo you have to have things a certain way, or you feel extremely anxious?
caarms7p6_q5String100RecommendedDo you repeatedly check things, like light switches/gas/electrical appliances are switched off/doors locked etc?
caarms7p7_q1String100RecommendedDepersonalisation: Have you experienced yourself as being unreal, as if you were outside your own body?
caarms7p7_q2String100RecommendedDepersonalisation: Or that part of your body did not belong to you?
caarms7p7_q3String100RecommendedDerealisation: Have you had the feeling that things around you were unreal?
caarms7p7_q4String100RecommendedDissociative Memory Problems: Have you ever found yourself a long way from your usual range of travel without any memory of how you got there?
caarms7p7_q5String100RecommendedDissociative Memory Problems: Were you under stress then?
caarms7p8_q1String100RecommendedHave you noticed a change in the way you have been coping with everyday stress?
caarms7p8_q2String100RecommendedHave you felt less able to cope with, or tolerate everyday stress than before?
caarms7p8_q3String100RecommendedWhen subjected to everyday stressors have you found yourself becoming excitable, uneasy, tense, nervous or anxious?
caarms7p8_q4String100RecommendedHave you found that ordinary stressors increase other difficulties you have been experiencing?
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