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Children's Depression Inventory 2

cdepi

01

Defined by Dr Sukhodolsky lab at Yale Child Study Center

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldinterviewyear
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
respondentString20RequiredRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
respondent_other_specifyString50RecommendedRespondent: Other (specify)
cdi_1IntegerRecommended1. looks sad.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip1_1
cdi_2IntegerRecommended2. has fun.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip1_2
cdi_3IntegerRecommended3. does not like himself or herself.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip1_3
cdi_4IntegerRecommended4. blames himself orherself for things.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip1_4
cdi_5IntegerRecommended5. cries or looks tearful.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip1_5
cdi_6IntegerRecommended6. is cranky or irritable.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip1_6
cdi_7IntegerRecommended7. enjoys being with people.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip2_7
cdi_8IntegerRecommended8. thinks that he or she is ugly.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip2_8
cdi_9IntegerRecommended9. has to push himself or herself to do schoolwork.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip2_9
cdi_10IntegerRecommended10. has trouble sleeping at night.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip2_10
cdi_11IntegerRecommended11. looks tired or fatigued.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip2_11
cdi_12IntegerRecommended12. seems lonely.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip2_12
cdi_13IntegerRecommended13. enjoys school.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip3_13
cdi_14IntegerRecommended14. spends time with friends.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip3_14
cdi_15IntegerRecommended15. is showing worse school performance than before.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip3_15
cdi_16IntegerRecommended16. does what he or she is told.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip3_16
cdi_17IntegerRecommended17. has disagreements and conflicts with others.0::3; 999; 77; 880=not at all; 1=some of the time; 2=often; 3=much or most of the time; 999= NA; 77=Refused; 88=Missingcdip3_17
cdi_emotional_totalIntegerRequiredEmotional problems total raw score999 =NA/Missing
cdi_emotional_tscoreIntegerRequiredEmotional problems T score999 =NA/Missing
cdi_functional_totalIntegerRequiredFunctional problems total raw score999 =NA/Missing
cdi_functional_tscoreIntegerRequiredFunctional problems T score999 =NA/Missing
cdi_total_rawIntegerRequiredCDI total raw score999 =NA/Missing
cdi_total_tscoreIntegerRequiredCDI total T score999 =NA/Missing
child_depress01IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 10 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I am sad once in a while; 1 = I am sad many times; 2 = I am sad all the time;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_1
child_depress02IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 20 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = Nothing will ever work out for me; 1 = I am not sure if things will work out for me; 2 = Things will work out for me OK; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_2
child_depress03IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 30 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I do most things OK; 1 = I do many things wrong; 2 = I do everything wrong; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_3
child_depress04IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 40 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I have fun in many things; 1 = I have fun in some things; 2 = Nothing is fun at all;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_4
child_depress07IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 70 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I hate myself; 1 = I do not like myself; 2 = I like myself; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_6
child_depress08IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 80 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = All bad things are my fault; 1 = Many bad things are my fault; 2 = Bad things are not usually my fault; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_7
child_depress09IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 90 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I do not think about killing myself; 1 = I think about killing myself but would not do it; 2 = I want to kill myself; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_8
child_depress10IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 100 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I feel like crying every day; 1 = I feel like crying many days; 2 = I feel like crying once in a while; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_9
child_depress12IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 120 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I like being with people; 1 = I do not like being with people many times; 2 = I do not want to be with people at all; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_11
child_depress13IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 130 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I cannot make up my mind about things; 1 = It is hard to make up my mind about things; 2 = I make up my mind about things easily; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_12
child_depress14IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 140 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I look OK; 1 = There are some bad things about my looks; 2 = I look ugly; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_13
child_depress15IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 150 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I have to push myself all the time to do my schoolwork; 1 = I have to push myself many times to do my schoolwork; 2 = Doing schoolwork is not a big problem; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_14
child_depress16IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 160 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I have trouble sleeping every night; 1 = I have trouble sleeping many nights; 2 = I sleep pretty well; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_15
child_depress17IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 170 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I am tired once in a while; 1 = I am tired many days; 2 = I am tired all the time; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_16
child_depress18IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 180 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = Most days I do not feel like eating; 1 = Many days I do not feel like eating; 2 = I eat pretty well; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_17
child_depress19IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 190 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I do not worry about aches and pains; 1 = I worry about aches and pains many times; 2= I worry about aches and pains all the time; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_18
child_depress20IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 200 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I do not feel alone; 1 = I feel alone many times; 2 = I feel alone all the time; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_19
child_depress21IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 210 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I never have fun at school; 1 = I have fun at school only once in a while; 2= I have fun at school many times; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_20
child_depress22IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 220 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I have plenty of friends; 1 = I have some friends but I wish I had more; 2 = I do not have any friends; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_21
child_depress23IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 230 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = My schoolwork is alright; 1 = My schoolwork is not as good as before; 2 = I do very badly in subjects I used to be good in; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_22
child_depress24IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 240 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = I can never be as good as other kids; 1 = I can be as good as other kids if I want to; 2 = I am just as good as other kids; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_23
child_depress25IntegerRecommendedPast Two Weeks - Item 250 :: 2; -99; 77; 880 = Nobody really loves me; 1 = I am not sure if anybody loves me; 2 = I am sure that somebody loves me; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingcdi2_24
cdi2_5IntegerRecommendedBest describes subject for Past Two Weeks0 :: 20= I am important to my family; 1= I am not sure if I am important to my family; 2= My family is better off without me
cdi2_10IntegerRecommendedBest describes subject for Past Two Weeks0 :: 20= I feel cranky all the time; 1= I feel cranky many times; 2= I am almost never cranky
cdi2_25IntegerRecommendedBest describes subject for Past Two Weeks0 :: 20= It is easy for me to get along with friends; 1= I get into arguments with friends many times; 2= I get into arguments with friends all the time
cdi2_26IntegerRecommendedBest describes subject for Past Two Weeks0 :: 20= I fall asleep during the day all the time; 1= I fall asleep during the day many times; 2= I almost never fall asleep during the day
cdi2_27IntegerRecommendedBest describes subject for Past Two Weeks0 :: 20= Most days I feel like I can't stop eating; 1= Many days I feel like I can't stop eating; 2= My eating is O. K.
cdi2_28IntegerRecommendedBest describes subject for Past Two Weeks0 :: 20= It is easy for me to remember things; 1= It is a little hard to remember things; 2= It is very hard to remember things
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