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Couple Conflicts and Problem-Solving Skill

ccpss

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Couple Conflicts and Problem-Solving Skill (CCPS; Kerig, 1996). Self-report measure of multiple dimensions (frequency, severity, resolution, and efficacy) of couple conflict and conflict strategies

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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
ccpss_1IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and your partner have minor disagreements1::61=once a year or less; 2= every 4 - 6 months; 3= every 2 - 3 months; 4= once or twice a month; 5= once or twice a week; 6= just about every day
ccpss_2IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and your partner have major disagreements1::61=once a year or less; 2= every 4 - 6 months; 3= every 2 - 3 months; 4= once or twice a month; 5= once or twice a week; 6= just about every day
problem1_degrIntegerRecommendedChildrearing / issues concerning child(ren). Problem scale1::100
problem1_satIntegerRecommendedChildrearing / issues concerning child(ren). Satisfaction %1::100
problem2_degrIntegerRecommendedCareer decisions. Problem scale1::100
problem2_satIntegerRecommendedCareer decisions. Satisfaction %1::100
problem3_degrIntegerRecommendedBalancing demands of work and homelife. Problem scale1::100
problem3_satIntegerRecommendedBalancing demands of work and homelife. Satisfaction %1::100
problem4_degrIntegerRecommendedHousehold tasks, who does what around house. Problem scale1::100
problem4_satIntegerRecommendedHousehold tasks, who does what around house. Satisfaction %1::100
problem5_degrIntegerRecommendedMoney, handling family finances. Problem scale1::100
problem5_satIntegerRecommendedMoney, handling family finances. Satisfaction %1::100
problem6_degrIntegerRecommendedRecreation, leisure time activities. Problem scale1::100
problem6_satIntegerRecommendedRecreation, leisure time activities. Satisfaction %1::100
problem7_degrIntegerRecommendedRelationships with in-laws. Problem scale1::100
problem7_satIntegerRecommendedRelationships with in-laws. Satisfaction %1::100
problem8_degrIntegerRecommendedRelationships with friends. Problem scale1::100
problem8_satIntegerRecommendedRelationships with friends. Satisfaction %1::100
problem9_degrIntegerRecommendedJealousy/mistrust/extramarital affairs. Problem scale1::100
problem9_satIntegerRecommendedJealousy/mistrust/extramarital affairs. Satisfaction %1::100
problem10_degrIntegerRecommendedOur sexual relationship. Problem scale1::100
problem10_satIntegerRecommendedOur sexual relationship. Satisfaction %1::100
problem11_degrIntegerRecommendedCommunication between us. Problem scale1::100
problem11_satIntegerRecommendedCommunication between us. Satisfaction %1::100
problem12_degrIntegerRecommendedDemonstrating affection, intimacy, closeness. Problem scale1::100
problem12_satIntegerRecommendedDemonstrating affection, intimacy, closeness. Satisfaction %1::100
problem13_degrIntegerRecommendedAmount of time spent together. Problem scale1::100
problem13_satIntegerRecommendedAmount of time spent together. Satisfaction %1::100
problem14_degrIntegerRecommendedAlcohol and/or drug use. Problem scale1::100
problem14_satIntegerRecommendedAlcohol and/or drug use. Satisfaction %1::100
problem15_degrIntegerRecommendedConduct (right, good, or proper behavior). Problem scale1::100
problem15_satIntegerRecommendedConduct (right, good, or proper behavior). Satisfaction %1::100
problem16_degrIntegerRecommendedAims, goals, values, philosophy of life. Problem scale1::100
problem16_satIntegerRecommendedAims, goals, values, philosophy of life. Satisfaction %1::100
problem17_degrIntegerRecommendedReligion. Problem scale1::100
problem17_satIntegerRecommendedReligion. Satisfaction %1::100
problem18_degrIntegerRecommendedHow we make decisions, who calls the shots, who is going to be the boss. Problem scale1::100
problem18_satIntegerRecommendedHow we make decisions, who calls the shots, who is going to be the boss. Satisfaction %1::100
problem19_degrIntegerRecommendedPersonality clashes or differences (e.g. feeling the other is moody, overly critical, or hard to get along with). Problem scale1::100
problem19_satIntegerRecommendedPersonality clashes or differences (e.g. feeling the other is moody, overly critical, or hard to get along with). Satisfaction %1::100
problem20_degrIntegerRecommendedDifferences of opinion regarding egalitarian versus traditional sex roles. Problem scale1::100
problem20_satIntegerRecommendedDifferences of opinion regarding egalitarian versus traditional sex roles. Satisfaction %1::100
problem21_degrIntegerRecommendedOthers : specify. Problem scale1::100
problem21_satIntegerRecommendedOthers : specify. Satisfaction %1::100
problem22_degrIntegerRecommendedOthers : specify. Problem scale1::100
problem22_satIntegerRecommendedOthers : specify. Satisfaction %1::100
strategy_me_1IntegerRecommendedTalk it out with partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_2IntegerRecommendedExpress thoughts and feelings openly. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_3IntegerRecommendedListen to partners point of view. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_4IntegerRecommendedTry to understand what partner is really feeling. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_5IntegerRecommendedTry to reason with partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_6IntegerRecommendedTry to find a solution that meets both of our needs equally. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_7IntegerRecommendedSeek intervention from a counselor or friend. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_8IntegerRecommendedCompromise, meet partner half way, split the difference. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_9IntegerRecommendedTry to smooth things over. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_10IntegerRecommendedGive in to partners viewpoint to escape argument. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_11IntegerRecommendedAccept the blame, apologize. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_12IntegerRecommendedPut up with, humor, indulge partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_13IntegerRecommendedTry to ignore problem, avoid talking about it. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_14IntegerRecommendedChange the subject. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_15IntegerRecommendedClam up, hold in feelings. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_16IntegerRecommendedLeave the room. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_17IntegerRecommendedStorm out of the house. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_18IntegerRecommendedCry. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_19IntegerRecommendedSulk, refuse to talk, give the silent treatment. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_20IntegerRecommendedComplain, bicker without really getting anywhere. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_21IntegerRecommendedEnlist friends or family to support own point of view. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_22IntegerRecommendedBecome angry with child when really angry with partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_23IntegerRecommendedArgue in front of the child(ren). Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_24IntegerRecommendedInvolve the child(ren) in our argument. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_25IntegerRecommendedInsist on own point of view. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_26IntegerRecommendedTry to convince partner of own way of thinking. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_27IntegerRecommendedRaise voice, yell, shout. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_28IntegerRecommendedInterrupt/dont listen to partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_29IntegerRecommendedBe sarcastic. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_30IntegerRecommendedMake accusations. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_31IntegerRecommendedName-calling, cursing, insulting. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_32IntegerRecommendedSay or do something to hurt partners feelings. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_33IntegerRecommendedThreaten to end relationship. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_34IntegerRecommendedWithdraw love or affection. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_35IntegerRecommendedThrow objects, slam doors, break things. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_36IntegerRecommendedThrow something at partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_37IntegerRecommendedThreaten to hurt partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_38IntegerRecommendedPush, pull, shove, grab, handle partner roughly. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_39IntegerRecommendedSlap partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_40IntegerRecommendedStrike, kick, bite partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_41IntegerRecommendedBeat partner severely. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_42IntegerRecommendedHarm self. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_43IntegerRecommendedOthers: (specify) . Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_44IntegerRecommendedOthers: (specify) . Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_45IntegerRecommendedArgue when the child(ren) might be able to overhear . Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_me_46IntegerRecommendedConfide in child(ren) about problems with partner. Me0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_1IntegerRecommendedTalk it out with partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_2IntegerRecommendedExpress thoughts and feelings openly. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_3IntegerRecommendedListen to partners point of view. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_4IntegerRecommendedTry to understand what partner is really feeling. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_5IntegerRecommendedTry to reason with partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_6IntegerRecommendedTry to find a solution that meets both of our needs equally. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_7IntegerRecommendedSeek intervention from a counselor or friend. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_8IntegerRecommendedCompromise, meet partner half way, split the difference. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_9IntegerRecommendedTry to smooth things over. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_10IntegerRecommendedGive in to partners viewpoint to escape argument. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_11IntegerRecommendedAccept the blame, apologize. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_12IntegerRecommendedPut up with, humor, indulge partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_13IntegerRecommendedTry to ignore problem, avoid talking about it. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_14IntegerRecommendedChange the subject. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_15IntegerRecommendedClam up, hold in feelings. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_16IntegerRecommendedLeave the room. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_17IntegerRecommendedStorm out of the house. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_18IntegerRecommendedCry. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_19IntegerRecommendedSulk, refuse to talk, give the silent treatment. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_20IntegerRecommendedComplain, bicker without really getting anywhere. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_21IntegerRecommendedEnlist friends or family to support own point of view. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_22IntegerRecommendedBecome angry with child when really angry with partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_23IntegerRecommendedArgue in front of the child(ren). Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_24IntegerRecommendedInvolve the child(ren) in our argument. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_25IntegerRecommendedInsist on own point of view. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_26IntegerRecommendedTry to convince partner of own way of thinking. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_27IntegerRecommendedRaise voice, yell, shout. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_28IntegerRecommendedInterrupt/dont listen to partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_29IntegerRecommendedBe sarcastic. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_30IntegerRecommendedMake accusations. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_31IntegerRecommendedName-calling, cursing, insulting. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_32IntegerRecommendedSay or do something to hurt partners feelings. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_33IntegerRecommendedThreaten to end relationship. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_34IntegerRecommendedWithdraw love or affection. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_35IntegerRecommendedThrow objects, slam doors, break things. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_36IntegerRecommendedThrow something at partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_37IntegerRecommendedThreaten to hurt partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_38IntegerRecommendedPush, pull, shove, grab, handle partner roughly. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_39IntegerRecommendedSlap partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_40IntegerRecommendedStrike, kick, bite partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_41IntegerRecommendedBeat partner severely. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_42IntegerRecommendedHarm self. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_43IntegerRecommendedOthers: (specify) . Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_44IntegerRecommendedOthers: (specify) . Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_45IntegerRecommendedArgue when the child(ren) might be able to overhear . Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
strategy_part_46IntegerRecommendedConfide in child(ren) about problems with partner. Partner0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often
disagr_1IntegerRecommendedWe feel that we've resolved it, or come to an understanding.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_2IntegerRecommendedWe feel closer to one another than before the fight.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_3IntegerRecommendedWe have fun making up with one another.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_4IntegerRecommendedWe don't resolve the issue, but agree to disagree.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_5IntegerRecommendedWe each give in a little bit to the other.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_6IntegerRecommendedWe feel worse about one another than before the fight.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_7IntegerRecommendedWe feel like talking about it was a big waste of time.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_8IntegerRecommendedWe don't resolve the issue; we continue to hold grudges.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_9IntegerRecommendedWe end up feeling angry and annoyed with one another.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_10IntegerRecommendedThe whole family ends up feeling upset.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_11IntegerRecommendedWe stay mad at one another for a long time.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_12IntegerRecommendedWe don't speak to one another for a while.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_13IntegerRecommendedWe break up with each other for a time.0::30=Never; 1=Rarely; 2=Sometimes; 3=Usually
disagr_14IntegerRecommendedHow satisfied are you with the strategies that you have for resolving your conflicts1::51=Very staisfied; 2=works OK most of the time; 3=works sometimes but could be better; 4=mostly dissatisfied; 5= extremely dissatisfied
disagr_15IntegerRecommendedOverall, how happy are you with this relationship1::71=extremely unhappy; 2=fairly unhappy; 3=a little unhappy; 4=a little happy; 5=fairly happy; 6=extremely happy; 7 =perfect
freq_scoreIntegerRequiredFrequency: sum of items 1 (minor disagreements) and 2 (major disagreements)3::18
sev_scoreIntegerRequiredSeverity: average rating for Degree of Problem for 21 content areas (1-21)0::100
resol_scoreIntegerRequiredResolution: sum of 13 items describing outcomes of disagreements0::39
effic_scoreIntegerRequiredEfficacy: average rating of % of time resolved for 21 content areas (1-21)0::100
dcs_collaborIntegerRequiredDimensions of Conflict Strategies: Collaboration: items: 13, 15, 14, 12, 9, 10, 11
dcs_avoidcapIntegerRequiredDimensions of Conflict Strategies: Avoidance Capitulation: items: 23, 22, 20, 6, 18, 19, 21
dcs_stalemIntegerRequiredDimensions of Conflict Strategies: Stalemate- items: 1, 5, 3, 2, 4, 8, 16, 7
dcs_veragIntegerRequiredDimensions of Conflict Strategies: Verbal Aggression: items: 32, 31, 33, 30, 29, 28, 34, 27
dcs_physagIntegerRequiredDimensions of Conflict Strategies: Physical Aggression: items: 36, 41, 39, 40, 35, 7, 38
dcs_chilvIntegerRequiredDimensions of Conflict Strategies: Child Involvement: items: 45, 46, 24, 25, 26
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