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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectcase_id, patid
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.bslage
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
asstypIntegerRecommendedAssessment type1::201=TADS GATE A; 2=TADS GATE B; 3 = TADS Gate C; 4 = TADS Week 6; 5 = TADS Week 12; 6 = TADS Week 18; 7 = TADS Week 24; 8 = TADS Week 30; 9 = TADS Week 36; 10 = TADS F/U Mo 3; 11 = TADS F/U Mo 6; 12 = TADS F/U Mo 9; 13 = TADS F/U Mo 12; 14 = SOFTAD month 6; 15 = SOFTAD month 12; 16 = SOFTAD month 18; 17 = SOFTAD month 24; 18 = SOFTAD month 30; 19 = SOFTAD month 36; 20 = SOFTAD month 42
stageIntegerRecommendedStudy stage
0::5; 51::53; 67; -888; -999
0 = Pre-Randomization (TADS) 1 = Stage 1 (TADS) 2 = Stage 2 (TADS) 3 = Stage 3 (TADS) 4 = Stage 4 (TADS) 5 = Stage 5 (SOFTAD); 51=Treatmentas Usual; 52=Screening Alone; 53=Intervention; 67=Unknown; -888=Not Applicable; -999=Missing;
bsit0FloatRecommendedWeeks from Time 0/baseline to assessmentcdrst0
relationshipIntegerRecommendedRelationship of respondent to individual
1::84; -999
1 = Biological mom; 2 = Biological dad; 3 = Grandparent; 4 = Special education (sped) teacher; 5 = General education teacher; 6 = Occupational therapist; 7 = Speech and language therapist; 8 = Behavioral therapist; 9 = Paraprofessional; 10 = Aide; 11 = Principal; 12 = Administrator; 13 = Other; 14 = Content teacher; 15 = Parent center director; 16 = Self; 17=Adoptive mother; 18=Adoptive father; 19=Foster mother; 20 = Foster father; 21=Grandmother; 22=Grandfather; 23=Step-mother; 24 = Step-father; 25=Aunt; 26=Uncle; 27=Missing Data; 28=Both parents;31= Grandmother from mother side; 32= Grandfather from mother side; 33= Grandmother from father side; 34= Grandfather from father side; 36= Brother; 37= Sister; 38= Cousin; 39= female caregiver; 40=male caregiver; 41=Female child; 42=Male child; 43=Spouse/Mate; 44=Friend; 45=Parent; 46=Significant other; 47=Sibling; 48=Son/Daughter; 49=Son-in-law/Daughter-in law; 50=Other Relative; 51=Paid caregiver; 52=Friends; 90= Other, specify; -999= Missing; 53=Roommate; 54=Supervisor; 55=mother's boyfriend; 56=other parental figure; 57=Summary; 58=counselor ; 59 = other female relative; 60 = other male relative; 61 = non-relative ; ;62=Maternal Aunt; 63=Maternal Uncle; 64=Maternal Cousin; 65 = Paternal Aunt; 66=Paternal Uncle; 67=Paternal Cousin ;68=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother; 69=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Grandmother; 70=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandmother and Foster Father; 71=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Mother; 72=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Foster Mother; 73=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 74=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Biological/Adoptive Father; 75=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Other; 76=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Stepfather; 77=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepfather; 78=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Grandfather; 79=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother and Foster Father; 80=Biological/Adoptive Mother and Stepmother; 81=Guardian, female; 82=Other female; 83=Guardian, male; 84=Other male; 85=Other/Grandparent/Nannyinfrmnt2
cdrs1auIntegerRecommendedImpaired schoolwork: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Performance is consistent with ability; 2; 3 = Decrease in school performance and/or ability to concentrate; 4; 5 = Major interference with performance in most subjects; 6; 7 = No motivation to perform; -9=incompletecdch_school, cdrsimp
cdrs2auIntegerRecommendedDifficulty having fun: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Interest and activities realistically appropriate for age, personality, and social environment. No appreciable change from usual behavior during at least the past week. Any feelings of boredom are seen as transient; 2; 3 = Describes some activities as enjoyable that are realistically available several times a week but not on a daily basis.Shows interest but not enthusiasm.; 4; 5 = Is easily bored. Complains of �othing to do�as characteristic of daily experience. Participates in structured activities with a �oing through the motions�attitude. May express interest primarily in activities that are (realistically) unavailable on a daily or weekly basis.; 6; 7 = Has no initiative to become involved in any activities. Describes himself/ herself as primarily passive. Watches others play or watches TV but shows little interest. Requires coaxing and/or pushing to get involved in activity. Has difficulty naming activities.; -9=incompletecdch_havefun, crdsdiff
cdrs3auIntegerRecommendedSocial withdrawal: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Enjoys friendships with peers at school and at home; 2; 3 = Does not actively seek out friendships but waits instead for others to initiate a relationship. Occasionally rejects opportunities to play, without having a describable alternative.; 4; 5 = Frequently avoids or refuses opportunities for desirable interaction with others and/or sets up situations where rejection is inevitable.; 6; 7 = Does not currently relate to other children. States that he/she has no friends or actively rejects new or former friends.; -9=incompletecdch_withdraw, cdrssoc
cdrs4auIntegerRecommendedSleep disturbance: Adolescent1::5; -91 = No difficulty or occasional difficulty that is situationally explainable; 2; 3 = Frequently has mild difficulty with sleep; 4; 5 = Has difficulty with sleep nearly every night; -9=incompletecdch_sleep, cdrssle
cdrs5auIntegerRecommendedAppetite disturbance: Adolescent1::5; -91 = No problems or changes in eating pattern; 2; 3 = Mild but notable change from usual eating habits; 4; 5 = Avoids eating and/or is not hungry most of the time OR describes a noteworthy increase in appetite and/or excessive food intake; -9=incompletecdch_appetite, cdrsapp
cdrs6auIntegerRecommendedExcessive fatigue: Adolescent1::7; -91 = No unusual complaints of �eeling tired�during the day; 2; 3 = Complaints of fatigue seem somewhat excessive and are not related to boredom or increased activity levels; 4; 5 = Daily complaints of feeling tired; 6; 7 = Complains of feeling tired most of the day. May voluntarily take long naps without feeling refreshed. Degree of fatigue interferes with play activities.; -9=incompletecdch_fatigue, cdrsfat
cdrs7auIntegerRecommendedPhysical complaints: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Occasional complaints that do not appear to be excessive; 2; 3 = Complaints appear mildly excessive; 4; 5 = Complains daily of aches and pains. These occasionally interfere with his/her ability to function; 6; 7 = Preoccupied with aches and pains. These regularly interfere with play activities.; -9=incompletecdch_physical, cdrsphy
cdrs8auIntegerRecommendedIrritability: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Rarely irritable; 2; 3 = Easily irritable. Periods of irritability occur several times a week, but do not last long.; 4; 5 = Frequently irritable. Extended periods of irritability occur several times a week and are difficult to break out of.; 6; 7 = Constant experience of irritability. Nothing changes this mood.; -9=incompletecdch_irritabl, cdrsirr
cdrs9auIntegerRecommendedExcessive guilt: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Does not express any undue feelings of guilt. Reported guilt appears appropriate to precipitating event.; 2; 3 = Exaggerates guilt and/or shame out of proportion to the event described.; 4; 5 = Feels guilty over things not under his/her control. These feelings interfere with everyday functioning.; 6; 7 = Severe delusions of guilt; -9=incompletecdch_guilt, cdrsgui
cdrs10auIntegerRecommendedLow self esteem: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Describes himself/herself in primarily positive terms; 2; 3 = Describes one important or prominent area where he/she feels there is a deficit; 4; 5 = Describes himself/herself in predominantly negative terms or gives bland answers to questions asked.; 6; 7 = Refers to himself/herself in derogatory terms. Reports that other children frequently refer to him/her by using derogatory nicknames. Puts himself/herself down.; -9=incompletecdch_esteem, crdslow
cdrs11auIntegerRecommendedDepressed feelings: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Occasional feelings of unhappiness that quickly disappear.; 2; 3 = Describes sustained periods of unhappiness that appear excessive for events described.; 4; 5 = Feels unhappy most of the time without a major precipitating cause.; 6; 7 = Feels unhappy all of the time; characterized by a sense of psychic pain (e.g., can't stand it; -9=incompletecdch_feelings, cdrsdepr
cdrs12auIntegerRecommendedMorbid ideation: Adolescent1::7; -91 = No morbid thinking reported; 2 = Strongly denies morbid thoughts; 3 = Discusses morbid thoughts that relate to a real event but seem excessive.; 4; 5 = Describes preoccupation with morbid thoughts several times a week. These morbid thoughts extend beyond external reality.; 6; 7 = Preoccupied on a daily basis with death themes or morbid thoughts that are elaborate, extensive, and bizarre.; -9=incompletecdch_morbid, cdrsmor
cdrs13auIntegerRecommendedSuicidal ideation: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Understands the word suicide, but does not apply the term to himself/herself.; 2 = Sharp denial of suicidal thoughts; 3 = Has thoughts about suicide, or hurting himself/herself (if he/she does not understand the concept of suicide) usually when angry; 4; 5 = Has recurrent thoughts of suicide; 6; 7 = Has made a suicide attempt within the last month or is actively suicidal.; -9=incompletecdch_suicidal, cdrssui
cdrs14auIntegerRecommendedExcessive weeping: Adolescent1::7; -91 = Report appears normal for age; 2 = Suggestive statements that he/she cries, or feels like crying, more frequently than peers.; 3 = Cries more often than peers, occasionally without clear precipitant.; 4; 5 = Cries or feels like crying frequently (several times a week). Admits to crying without knowing the reason why.; 6; 7 = Cries nearly everyday.; -9=incompletecdch_weeping, cdrsweep
cdrs1puIntegerRecommendedImpaired schoolwork: Parent1::7;-91 = Performance is consistent with ability; 2; 3 = Decrease in school performance and/or ability to concentrate; 4; 5 = Major interference with performance in most subjects; 6; 7 = No motivation to perform; -9=incompletecdpr_school
cdrs2puIntegerRecommendedDifficulty having fun: Parent1::7;-91 = Interest and activities realistically appropriate for age, personality, and social environment. No appreciable change from usual behavior during at least the past week. Any feelings of boredom are seen as transient; 2; 3 = Describes some activities as enjoyable that are realistically available several times a week but not on a daily basis.Shows interest but not enthusiasm.; 4; 5 = Is easily bored. Complains of �othing to do�as characteristic of daily experience. Participates in structured activities with a �oing through the motions�attitude. May express interest primarily in activities that are (realistically) unavailable on a daily or weekly basis.; 6; 7 = Has no initiative to become involved in any activities. Describes himself/ herself as primarily passive. Watches others play or watches TV but shows little interest. Requires coaxing and/or pushing to get involved in activity. Has difficulty naming activities.; -9=incompletecdpr_havefun
cdrs3puIntegerRecommendedSocial withdrawal: Parent1::7;-91 = Enjoys friendships with peers at school and at home; 2; 3 = Does not actively seek out friendships but waits instead for others to initiate a relationship. Occasionally rejects opportunities to play, without having a describable alternative.; 4; 5 = Frequently avoids or refuses opportunities for desirable interaction with others and/or sets up situations where rejection is inevitable.; 6; 7 = Does not currently relate to other children. States that he/she has no friends or actively rejects new or former friends.; -9=incompletecdpr_withdraw
cdrs4puIntegerRecommendedSleep disturbance: Parent1::6; -91 = No difficulty or occasional difficulty that is situationally explainable; 2; 3 = Frequently has mild difficulty with sleep; 4; 5 = Has difficulty with sleep nearly every night;6 = Extreme: Claims he almost never sleeps and feels exhausted the next day or complete circadian inversion; -9=incompletecdpr_sleep
cdrs5puIntegerRecommendedAppetite disturbance: Parent1::6; -91 = No problems or changes in eating pattern; 2; 3 = Mild but notable change from usual eating habits; 4; 5 = Avoids eating and/or is not hungry most of the time OR describes a noteworthy increase in appetite and/or excessive food intake; 6 = Hungry most of the time, but restrains self; -9=incompletecdpr_appetite
cdrs6puIntegerRecommendedExcessive fatigue: Parent1::7;-91 = No unusual complaints of feeling tired during the day; 2; 3 = Complaints of fatigue seem somewhat excessive and are not related to boredom or increased activity levels; 4; 5 = Daily complaints of feeling tired; 6; 7 = Complains of feeling tired most of the day. May voluntarily take long naps without feeling refreshed. Degree of fatigue interferes with play activities.; -9=incompletecdpr_fatigue
cdrs7puIntegerRecommendedPhysical complaints: Parent1::7;-91 = Occasional complaints that do not appear to be excessive; 2; 3 = Complaints appear mildly excessive; 4; 5 = Complains daily of aches and pains. These occasionally interfere with his/her ability to function; 6; 7 = Preoccupied with aches and pains. These regularly interfere with play activities.; -9=incompletecdpr_physical
cdrs8puIntegerRecommendedIrritability: Parent1::7;-91 = Rarely irritable; 2; 3 = Easily irritable. Periods of irritability occur several times a week, but do not last long.; 4; 5 = Frequently irritable. Extended periods of irritability occur several times a week and are difficult to break out of.; 6; 7 = Constant experience of irritability. Nothing changes this mood.; -9=incompletecdpr_irritabl
cdrs9puIntegerRecommendedExcessive guilt: Parent1::7;-91 = Does not express any undue feelings of guilt. Reported guilt appears appropriate to precipitating event.; 2; 3 = Exaggerates guilt and/or shame out of proportion to the event described.; 4; 5 = Feels guilty over things not under his/her control. These feelings interfere with everyday functioning.; 6; 7 = Severe delusions of guilt; -9=incompletecdpr_guilt
cdrs10puIntegerRecommendedLow self esteem: Parent1::7;-91 = Describes himself/herself in primarily positive terms; 2; 3 = Describes one important or prominent area where he/she feels there is a deficit; 4; 5 = Describes himself/herself in predominantly negative terms or gives bland answers to questions asked.; 6; 7 = Refers to himself/herself in derogatory terms. Reports that other children frequently refer to him/her by using derogatory nicknames. Puts himself/herself down.; -9=incompletecdpr_esteem
cdrs11puIntegerRecommendedDepressed feelings: Parent1::7;-91 = Occasional feelings of unhappiness that quickly disappear.; 2; 3 = Describes sustained periods of unhappiness that appear excessive for events described.; 4; 5 = Feels unhappy most of the time without a major precipitating cause.; 6; 7 = Feels unhappy all of the time; characterized by a sense of psychic pain (e.g., can't stand it; -9=incompletecdpr_feelings
cdrs12puIntegerRecommendedMorbid ideation: Parent1::7;-91 = No morbid thinking reported; 2 = Strongly denies morbid thoughts; 3 = Discusses morbid thoughts that relate to a real event but seem excessive.; 4; 5 = Describes preoccupation with morbid thoughts several times a week. These morbid thoughts extend beyond external reality.; 6; 7 = Preoccupied on a daily basis with death themes or morbid thoughts that are elaborate, extensive, and bizarre.; -9=incompletecdpr_morbid
cdrs13puIntegerRecommendedSuicidal ideation: Parent1::7;-91 = Understands the word suicide, but does not apply the term to himself/herself.; 2 = Sharp denial of suicidal thoughts; 3 = Has thoughts about suicide, or hurting himself/herself (if he/she does not understand the concept of suicide) usually when angry; 4; 5 = Has recurrent thoughts of suicide; 6; 7 = Has made a suicide attempt within the last month or is actively suicidal.; -9=incompletecdpr_suicidal
cdrs14puIntegerRecommendedExcessive weeping: Parent1::7;-91 = Report appears normal for age; 2 = Suggestive statements that he/she cries, or feels like crying, more frequently than peers.; 3 = Cries more often than peers, occasionally without clear precipitant.; 4; 5 = Cries or feels like crying frequently (several times a week). Admits to crying without knowing the reason why.; 6; 7 = Cries nearly everyday.; -9=incompletecdpr_weeping
cdrs1buIntegerRecommendedImpaired schoolwork: Best Description1::7; -91 = Performance is consistent with ability; 2; 3 = Decrease in school performance and/or ability to concentrate; 4; 5 = Major interference with performance in most subjects; 6; 7 = No motivation to perform; -9=incompletecdrsr1
cdrs2buIntegerRecommendedDifficulty having fun: Best Description1::7; -91 = Interest and activities realistically appropriate for age, personality, and social environment. No appreciable change from usual behavior during at least the past week. Any feelings of boredom are seen as transient; 2; 3 = Describes some activities as enjoyable that are realistically available several times a week but not on a daily basis.Shows interest but not enthusiasm.; 4; 5 = Is easily bored. Complains of �nothing to do� as characteristic of daily experience. Participates in structured activities with a �going through the motions� attitude. May express interest primarily in activities that are (realistically) unavailable on a daily or weekly basis.; 6; 7 = Has no initiative to become involved in any activities. Describes himself/ herself as primarily passive. Watches others play or watches TV but shows little interest. Requires coaxing and/or pushing to get involved in activity. Has difficulty naming activities.; -9=incompletecdrsr2
cdrs3buIntegerRecommendedSocial withdrawal: Best Description1::7; -91 = Enjoys friendships with peers at school and at home; 2; 3 = Does not actively seek out friendships but waits instead for others to initiate a relationship. Occasionally rejects opportunities to play, without having a describable alternative.; 4; 5 = Frequently avoids or refuses opportunities for desirable interaction with others and/or sets up situations where rejection is inevitable.; 6; 7 = Does not currently relate to other children. States that he/she has 'no friends' or actively rejects new or former friends.; -9=incompletecdrsr3
cdrs4buIntegerRecommendedSleep disturbance: Best Description1::5; -91 = No difficulty or occasional difficulty that is situationally explainable; 2; 3 = Frequently has mild difficulty with sleep; 4; 5 = Has difficulty with sleep nearly every night; -9=incompletecdrsr4
cdrs5buIntegerRecommendedAppetite disturbance: Best Description1::5; -91 = No problems or changes in eating pattern; 2; 3 = Mild but notable change from usual eating habits; 4; 5 = Avoids eating and/or is not hungry most of the time OR describes a noteworthy increase in appetite and/or excessive food intake; -9=incompletecdrsr5
cdrs6buIntegerRecommendedExcessive fatigue: Best Description1::7; -91 = No unusual complaints of �feeling tired� during the day; 2; 3 = Complaints of fatigue seem somewhat excessive and are not related to boredom or increased activity levels; 4; 5 = Daily complaints of feeling tired; 6; 7 = Complains of feeling tired most of the day. May voluntarily take long naps without feeling refreshed. Degree of fatigue interferes with play activities.; -9=incompletecdrsr6
cdrs7buIntegerRecommendedPhysical complaints: Best Description1::7; -91 = Occasional complaints that do not appear to be excessive; 2; 3 = Complaints appear mildly excessive; 4; 5 = Complains daily of aches and pains. These occasionally interfere with his/her ability to function; 6; 7 = Preoccupied with aches and pains. These regularly interfere with play activities.; -9=incompletecdrsr7
cdrs8buIntegerRecommendedIrritability: Best Description1::7; -91 = Rarely irritable; 2; 3 = Easily irritable. Periods of irritability occur several times a week, but do not last long.; 4; 5 = Frequently irritable. Extended periods of irritability occur several times a week and are difficult to break out of.; 6; 7 = Constant experience of irritability. Nothing changes this mood.; -9=incompletecdrsr8
cdrs9buIntegerRecommendedExcessive guilt: Best Description1::7; -91 = Does not express any undue feelings of guilt. Reported guilt appears appropriate to precipitating event.; 2; 3 = Exaggerates guilt and/or shame out of proportion to the event described.; 4; 5 = Feels guilty over things not under his/her control. These feelings interfere with everyday functioning.; 6; 7 = Severe delusions of guilt; -9=incompletecdrsr9
cdrs10buIntegerRecommendedLow self esteem: Best Description1::7; -91 = Describes himself/herself in primarily positive terms; 2; 3 = Describes one important or prominent area where he/she feels there is a deficit; 4; 5 = Describes himself/herself in predominantly negative terms or gives bland answers to questions asked.; 6; 7 = Refers to himself/herself in derogatory terms. Reports that other children frequently refer to him/her by using derogatory nicknames. Puts himself/herself down.; -9=incompletecdrsr10
cdrs11buIntegerRecommendedDepressed feelings: Best Description1::7; -91 = Occasional feelings of unhappiness that quickly disappear.; 2; 3 = Describes sustained periods of unhappiness that appear excessive for events described.; 4; 5 = Feels unhappy most of the time without a major precipitating cause.; 6; 7 = Feels unhappy all of the time; characterized by a sense of psychic pain (e.g., 'I can't stand it'); -9=incompletecdrsr11
cdrs12buIntegerRecommendedMorbid ideation: Best Description1::7; -91 = No morbid thinking reported; 2 = Strongly denies morbid thoughts; 3 = Discusses morbid thoughts that relate to a real event but seem excessive.; 4; 5 = Describes preoccupation with morbid thoughts several times a week. These morbid thoughts extend beyond external reality.; 6; 7 = Preoccupied on a daily basis with death themes or morbid thoughts that are elaborate, extensive, and bizarre.; -9=incompletecdrsr12
cdrs13buIntegerRecommendedSuicidal ideation: Best Description1::7; -91 = Understands the word suicide, but does not apply the term to himself/herself.; 2 = Sharp denial of suicidal thoughts; 3 = Has thoughts about suicide, or hurting himself/herself (if he/she does not understand the concept of suicide) usually when angry; 4; 5 = Has recurrent thoughts of suicide; 6; 7 = Has made a suicide attempt within the last month or is actively suicidal.; -9=incompletecdrsr13
cdrs14buIntegerRecommendedExcessive weeping: Best Description1::7; -91 = Report appears normal for age; 2 = Suggestive statements that he/she cries, or feels like crying, more frequently than peers.; 3 = Cries more often than peers, occasionally without clear precipitant.; 4; 5 = Cries or feels like crying frequently (several times a week). Admits to crying without knowing the reason why.; 6; 7 = Cries nearly everyday.; -9=incompletecdrsr14
cdrs15buIntegerRecommendedDepressed facial affect: Best Description1::7; -91 = Facial expression and voice animated during the interview. No sign of depressed affect; 2 = Mild suppression of affect. Some loss of spontaneity.; 3 = Overall loss of spontaneity. Looks unhappy during parts of the interview (e.g., sullen face, lowered eyes, lack of animation in face). Is capable of smiling, however, and does not avoid eye contact when discussing nonthreatening areas.; 4; 5 = Moderate restriction of affect throughout most of the interview. Has longer and frequent periods of looking distinctly unhappy. Nothing seems to enliven him/her.; 6; 7 = Severe restriction of affect. Looks distinctly sad and withdrawn. Minimal verbal interaction throughout the interview. Cries or may appear tearful.; -9=incompletecdrsfacaf, cdrsr15
cdrs16buIntegerRecommendedListless speech: Best Description1::5; -91 = Quality of speech seems situationally sensitive without any noteworthy deviations.; 2 = Slowed tempo, monotone, or overly soft speech.; 3 = Slowed tempo with many pauses where he/she appears to drift. Hesitations include sighing. Voice qualities are distinctly monotonic and unanimated and convey a sense of distress and psychic discomfort.; 4; 5 = Extreme sense of psychic distress exhibited in voice or by a profound sense of hollowness or emptiness. Has difficulty conducting the interview.; -9=incompletecdrsr16, cdrsspee
cdrs17buIntegerRecommendedHypoactivity: Best Description1::7; -91 = Bodily movements are animated. (Note that a hyperactive, agitated child is not distinguished here from what would be seen as normal nondistracting behavior; hyperactivity should be noted).; 2; 3 = Bodily movements appear somewhat restricted and/or slowed.; 4; 5 = Definite restriction in bodily movements and an overall sense of motor retardation.; 6; 7 = Severe sense of motor retardation with catatonic-like qualities.; -9=incompletecdrshypo, cdrsr17
cdrs1_aIntegerRecommendedImpaired schoolwork: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: If missing, this question is forced to have the best score possible, equal to 11::71 = Performance is consistent with ability; 2; 3 = Decrease in school performance and/or ability to concentrate; 4; 5 = Major interference with performance in most subjects; 6; 7 = No motivation to perform
cdrs2_aIntegerRecommendedDifficulty having fun: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS2_A is missing then CDRS2_A = round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Interest and activities realistically appropriate for age, personality, and social environment. No appreciable change from usual behavior during at least the past week. Any feelings of boredom are seen as transient; 2; 3 = Describes some activities as enjoyable that are realistically available several times a week but not on a daily basis.Shows interest but not enthusiasm.; 4; 5 = Is easily bored. Complains of �nothing to do� as characteristic of daily experience. Participates in structured activities with a �going through the motions� attitude. May express interest primarily in activities that are (realistically) unavailable on a daily or weekly basis.; 6; 7 = Has no initiative to become involved in any activities. Describes himself/ herself as primarily passive. Watches others play or watches TV but shows little interest. Requires coaxing and/or pushing to get involved in activity. Has difficulty naming activities.
cdrs3_aIntegerRecommendedSocial withdrawal: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS3_A is missing then CDRS3_A = round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Enjoys friendships with peers at school and at home; 2; 3 = Does not actively seek out friendships but waits instead for others to initiate a relationship. Occasionally rejects opportunities to play, without having a describable alternative.; 4; 5 = Frequently avoids or refuses opportunities for desirable interaction with others and/or sets up situations where rejection is inevitable.; 6; 7 = Does not currently relate to other children. States that he/she has �no friends� or actively rejects new or former friends.
cdrs4_aIntegerRecommendedSleep disturbance: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS4_A is missing then CDRS4_A = round to integer (5*median of re- scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::51 = No difficulty or occasional difficulty that is situationally explainable; 2; 3 = Frequently has mild difficulty with sleep; 4; 5 = Has difficulty with sleep nearly every night
cdrs5_aIntegerRecommendedAppetite disturbance: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS5_A is missing then CDRS5_A = round to integer (5*median of re- scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::51 = No problems or changes in eating pattern; 2; 3 = Mild but notable change from usual eating habits; 4; 5 = Avoids eating and/or is not hungry most of the time OR describes a noteworthy increase in appetite and/or excessive food intake
cdrs6_aIntegerRecommendedExcessive fatigue: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS6_A is missing then CDRS6_A= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = No unusual complaints of �feeling tired� during the day; 2; 3 = Complaints of fatigue seem somewhat excessive and are not related to boredom or increased activity levels; 4; 5 = Daily complaints of feeling tired; 6; 7 = Complains of feeling tired most of the day. May voluntarily take long naps without feeling refreshed. Degree of fatigue interferes with play activities.
cdrs7_aIntegerRecommendedPhysical complaints: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS7_A is missing then CDRS7_A = round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Occasional complaints that do not appear to be excessive; 2; 3 = Complaints appear mildly excessive; 4; 5 = Complains daily of aches and pains. These occasionally interfere with his/her ability to function; 6; 7 = Preoccupied with aches and pains. These regularly interfere with play activities.
cdrs8_aIntegerRecommendedIrritability: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS8_A is missing then CDRS8_A= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Rarely irritable; 2; 3 = Easily irritable. Periods of irritability occur several times a week, but do not last long.; 4; 5 = Frequently irritable. Extended periods of irritability occur several times a week and are difficult to break out of.; 6; 7 = Constant experience of irritability. Nothing changes this mood.
cdrs9_aIntegerRecommendedExcessive guilt: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS9_A is missing then CDRS9_A= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Does not express any undue feelings of guilt. Reported guilt appears appropriate to precipitating event.; 2; 3 = Exaggerates guilt and/or shame out of proportion to the event described.; 4; 5 = Feels guilty over things not under his/her control. These feelings interfere with everyday functioning.; 6; 7 = Severe delusions of guilt
cdrs10_aIntegerRecommendedLow self esteem: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS10_A is missing then CDRS10_A = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Describes himself/herself in primarily positive terms; 2; 3 = Describes one important or prominent area where he/she feels there is a deficit; 4; 5 = Describes himself/herself in predominantly negative terms or gives bland answers to questions asked.; 6; 7 = Refers to himself/herself in derogatory terms. Reports that other children frequently refer to him/her by using derogatory nicknames. Puts himself/herself down.
cdrs11_aIntegerRecommendedDepressed feelings: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS11_A is missing then CDRS11_A = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Occasional feelings of unhappiness that quickly disappear.; 2; 3 = Describes sustained periods of unhappiness that appear excessive for events described.; 4; 5 = Feels unhappy most of the time without a major precipitating cause.; 6; 7 = Feels unhappy all of the time; characterized by a sense of psychic pain (e.g., �I can�t stand it�)
cdrs12_aIntegerRecommendedMorbid ideation: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS12_A is missing then CDRS12_A = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = No morbid thinking reported; 2 = Strongly denies morbid thoughts; 3 = Discusses morbid thoughts that relate to a real event but seem excessive.; 4; 5 = Describes preoccupation with morbid thoughts several times a week. These morbid thoughts extend beyond external reality.; 6; 7 = Preoccupied on a daily basis with death themes or morbid thoughts that are elaborate, extensive, and bizarre.
cdrs13_aIntegerRecommendedSuicidal ideation: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS13_A is missing then CDRS13_A = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Understands the word suicide, but does not apply the term to himself/herself.; 2 = Sharp denial of suicidal thoughts; 3 = Has thoughts about suicide, or hurting himself/herself (if he/she does not understand the concept of suicide) usually when angry; 4; 5 = Has recurrent thoughts of suicide; 6; 7 = Has made a suicide attempt within the last month or is actively suicidal.
cdrs14_aIntegerRecommendedExcessive weeping: Adolescent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU,CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1AU/7 for Adolescent question 1. If CDRS14_A is missing then CDRS14_A = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1AU, CDRS2AU, CDRS3AU, CDRS4AU, CDRS5AU, CDRS6AU, CDRS7AU, CDRS8AU, CDRS9AU, CDRS10AU, CDRS11AU, CDRS12AU, CDRS13AU, CDRS14AU))1::71 = Report appears normal for age; 2 = Suggestive statements that he/she cries, or feels like crying, more frequently than peers.; 3 = Cries more often than peers, occasionally without clear precipitant.; 4; 5 = Cries or feels like crying frequently (several times a week). Admits to crying without knowing the reason why.; 6; 7 = Cries nearly everyday.
cdrs1_pIntegerRecommendedImpaired schoolwork: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: If missing, this question is forced to have the best score possible, equal to 11::71 = Performance is consistent with ability; 2; 3 = Decrease in school performance and/or ability to concentrate; 4; 5 = Major interference with performance in most subjects; 6; 7 = No motivation to perform
cdrs2_pIntegerRecommendedDifficulty having fun: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS2_P is missing then CDRS2_P= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Interest and activities realistically appropriate for age, personality, and social environment. No appreciable change from usual behavior during at least the past week. Any feelings of boredom are seen as transient; 2; 3 = Describes some activities as enjoyable that are realistically available several times a week but not on a daily basis.Shows interest but not enthusiasm.; 4; 5 = Is easily bored. Complains of �nothing to do� as characteristic of daily experience. Participates in structured activities with a �going through the motions� attitude. May express interest primarily in activities that are (realistically) unavailable on a daily or weekly basis.; 6; 7 = Has no initiative to become involved in any activities. Describes himself/ herself as primarily passive. Watches others play or watches TV but shows little interest. Requires coaxing and/or pushing to get involved in activity. Has difficulty naming activities.
cdrs3_pIntegerRecommendedSocial withdrawal: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS3_P is missing then CDRS3_P= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Enjoys friendships with peers at school and at home; 2; 3 = Does not actively seek out friendships but waits instead for others to initiate a relationship. Occasionally rejects opportunities to play, without having a describable alternative.; 4; 5 = Frequently avoids or refuses opportunities for desirable interaction with others and/or sets up situations where rejection is inevitable.; 6; 7 = Does not currently relate to other children. States that he/she has �no friends� or actively rejects new or former friends.
cdrs4_pIntegerRecommendedSleep disturbance: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS4_P is missing then CDRS4_P= round to integer (5*median of re- scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::51 = No difficulty or occasional difficulty that is situationally explainable; 2; 3 = Frequently has mild difficulty with sleep; 4; 5 = Has difficulty with sleep nearly every night
cdrs5_pIntegerRecommendedAppetite disturbance: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS5_P is missing then CDRS5_P = round to integer (5*median of re- scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::51 = No problems or changes in eating pattern; 2; 3 = Mild but notable change from usual eating habits; 4; 5 = Avoids eating and/or is not hungry most of the time OR describes a noteworthy increase in appetite and/or excessive food intake
cdrs6_pIntegerRecommendedExcessive fatigue: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS6_P is missing then CDRS6_P= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = No unusual complaints of �feeling tired� during the day; 2; 3 = Complaints of fatigue seem somewhat excessive and are not related to boredom or increased activity levels; 4; 5 = Daily complaints of feeling tired; 6; 7 = Complains of feeling tired most of the day. May voluntarily take long naps without feeling refreshed. Degree of fatigue interferes with play activities.
cdrs7_pIntegerRecommendedPhysical complaints: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS7_P is missing then CDRS7_P= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Occasional complaints that do not appear to be excessive; 2; 3 = Complaints appear mildly excessive; 4; 5 = Complains daily of aches and pains. These occasionally interfere with his/her ability to function; 6; 7 = Preoccupied with aches and pains. These regularly interfere with play activities.
cdrs8_pIntegerRecommendedIrritability: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS8_P is missing then CDRS8_P= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Rarely irritable; 2; 3 = Easily irritable. Periods of irritability occur several times a week, but do not last long.; 4; 5 = Frequently irritable. Extended periods of irritability occur several times a week and are difficult to break out of.; 6; 7 = Constant experience of irritability. Nothing changes this mood.
cdrs9_pIntegerRecommendedExcessive guilt: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS9_P is missing then CDRS9_P= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Does not express any undue feelings of guilt. Reported guilt appears appropriate to precipitating event.; 2; 3 = Exaggerates guilt and/or shame out of proportion to the event described.; 4; 5 = Feels guilty over things not under his/her control. These feelings interfere with everyday functioning.; 6; 7 = Severe delusions of guilt
cdrs10_pIntegerRecommendedLow self esteem: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS10_P is missing then CDRS10_P = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Describes himself/herself in primarily positive terms; 2; 3 = Describes one important or prominent area where he/she feels there is a deficit; 4; 5 = Describes himself/herself in predominantly negative terms or gives bland answers to questions asked.; 6; 7 = Refers to himself/herself in derogatory terms. Reports that other children frequently refer to him/her by using derogatory nicknames. Puts himself/herself down.
cdrs11_pIntegerRecommendedDepressed feelings: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS11_P is missing then CDRS11_P = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Occasional feelings of unhappiness that quickly disappear.; 2; 3 = Describes sustained periods of unhappiness that appear excessive for events described.; 4; 5 = Feels unhappy most of the time without a major precipitating cause.; 6; 7 = Feels unhappy all of the time; characterized by a sense of psychic pain (e.g., �I can�t stand it�)
cdrs12_pIntegerRecommendedMorbid ideation: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS12_P is missing then CDRS12_P = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = No morbid thinking reported; 2 = Strongly denies morbid thoughts; 3 = Discusses morbid thoughts that relate to a real event but seem excessive.; 4; 5 = Describes preoccupation with morbid thoughts several times a week. These morbid thoughts extend beyond external reality.; 6; 7 = Preoccupied on a daily basis with death themes or morbid thoughts that are elaborate, extensive, and bizarre.
cdrs13_pIntegerRecommendedSuicidal ideation: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS13_P is missing then CDRS13_P = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Understands the word suicide, but does not apply the term to himself/herself.; 2 = Sharp denial of suicidal thoughts; 3 = Has thoughts about suicide, or hurting himself/herself (if he/she does not understand the concept of suicide) usually when angry; 4; 5 = Has recurrent thoughts of suicide; 6; 7 = Has made a suicide attempt within the last month or is actively suicidal.
cdrs14_pIntegerRecommendedExcessive weeping: Parent (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 3 of CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU,CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1PU/7 for Parent question 1. If CDRS14_P is missing then CDRS14_P = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1PU, CDRS2PU, CDRS3PU, CDRS4PU, CDRS5PU, CDRS6PU, CDRS7PU, CDRS8PU, CDRS9PU, CDRS10PU, CDRS11PU, CDRS12PU, CDRS13PU, CDRS14PU))1::71 = Report appears normal for age; 2 = Suggestive statements that he/she cries, or feels like crying, more frequently than peers.; 3 = Cries more often than peers, occasionally without clear precipitant.; 4; 5 = Cries or feels like crying frequently (several times a week). Admits to crying without knowing the reason why.; 6; 7 = Cries nearly everyday.
cdrs1_bIntegerRecommendedImpaired schoolwork: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: If missing, this question is forced to have the best score possible, equal to 11::71 = Performance is consistent with ability; 2; 3 = Decrease in school performance and/or ability to concentrate; 4; 5 = Major interference with performance in most subjects; 6; 7 = No motivation to perform
cdrs2_bIntegerRecommendedDifficulty having fun: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS2_B is missing then CDRS2_B= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Interest and activities realistically appropriate for age, personality, and social environment. No appreciable change from usual behavior during at least the past week. Any feelings of boredom are seen as transient; 2; 3 = Describes some activities as enjoyable that are realistically available several times a week but not on a daily basis.Shows interest but not enthusiasm.; 4; 5 = Is easily bored. Complains of �nothing to do� as characteristic of daily experience. Participates in structured activities with a �going through the motions� attitude. May express interest primarily in activities that are (realistically) unavailable on a daily or weekly basis.; 6; 7 = Has no initiative to become involved in any activities. Describes himself/ herself as primarily passive. Watches others play or watches TV but shows little interest. Requires coaxing and/or pushing to get involved in activity. Has difficulty naming activities.
cdrs3_bIntegerRecommendedSocial withdrawal: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS3_B is missing then CDRS3_B= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Enjoys friendships with peers at school and at home; 2; 3 = Does not actively seek out friendships but waits instead for others to initiate a relationship. Occasionally rejects opportunities to play, without having a describable alternative.; 4; 5 = Frequently avoids or refuses opportunities for desirable interaction with others and/or sets up situations where rejection is inevitable.; 6; 7 = Does not currently relate to other children. States that he/she has �no friends� or actively rejects new or former friends.
cdrs4_bIntegerRecommendedSleep disturbance: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS4_B is missing then CDRS4_B= round to integer (5*median of re- scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::51 = No difficulty or occasional difficulty that is situationally explainable; 2; 3 = Frequently has mild difficulty with sleep; 4; 5 = Has difficulty with sleep nearly every night
cdrs5_bIntegerRecommendedAppetite disturbance: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS5_B is missing then CDRS5_B= round to integer (5*median of re- scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::51 = No problems or changes in eating pattern; 2; 3 = Mild but notable change from usual eating habits; 4; 5 = Avoids eating and/or is not hungry most of the time OR describes a noteworthy increase in appetite and/or excessive food intake
cdrs6_bIntegerRecommendedExcessive fatigue: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS6_B is missing then CDRS6_B= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = No unusual complaints of �feeling tired� during the day; 2; 3 = Complaints of fatigue seem somewhat excessive and are not related to boredom or increased activity levels; 4; 5 = Daily complaints of feeling tired; 6; 7 = Complains of feeling tired most of the day. May voluntarily take long naps without feeling refreshed. Degree of fatigue interferes with play activities.
cdrs7_bIntegerRecommendedPhysical complaints: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS7_B is missing then CDRS7_B= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Occasional complaints that do not appear to be excessive; 2; 3 = Complaints appear mildly excessive; 4; 5 = Complains daily of aches and pains. These occasionally interfere with his/her ability to function; 6; 7 = Preoccupied with aches and pains. These regularly interfere with play activities.
cdrs8_bIntegerRecommendedIrritability: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS8_B is missing then CDRS8_B= round to integer (7*median of re- scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Rarely irritable; 2; 3 = Easily irritable. Periods of irritability occur several times a week, but do not last long.; 4; 5 = Frequently irritable. Extended periods of irritability occur several times a week and are difficult to break out of.; 6; 7 = Constant experience of irritability. Nothing changes this mood.
cdrs9_bIntegerRecommendedExcessive guilt: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS9_B is missing then CDRS9_B= round to integer (7 median of re- scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Does not express any undue feelings of guilt. Reported guilt appears appropriate to precipitating event.; 2; 3 = Exaggerates guilt and/or shame out of proportion to the event described.; 4; 5 = Feels guilty over things not under his/her control. These feelings interfere with everyday functioning.; 6; 7 = Severe delusions of guilt
cdrs10_bIntegerRecommendedLow self esteem: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS10_B is missing then CDRS10_B = round to integer (7 median of re-scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Describes himself/herself in primarily positive terms; 2; 3 = Describes one important or prominent area where he/she feels there is a deficit; 4; 5 = Describes himself/herself in predominantly negative terms or gives bland answers to questions asked.; 6; 7 = Refers to himself/herself in derogatory terms. Reports that other children frequently refer to him/her by using derogatory nicknames. Puts himself/herself down.
cdrs11_bIntegerRecommendedDepressed feelings: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS11_B is missing then CDRS11_B = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Occasional feelings of unhappiness that quickly disappear.; 2; 3 = Describes sustained periods of unhappiness that appear excessive for events described.; 4; 5 = Feels unhappy most of the time without a major precipitating cause.; 6; 7 = Feels unhappy all of the time; characterized by a sense of psychic pain (e.g., �I can�t stand it�)
cdrs12_bIntegerRecommendedMorbid ideation: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS12_B is missing then CDRS12_B = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = No morbid thinking reported; 2 = Strongly denies morbid thoughts; 3 = Discusses morbid thoughts that relate to a real event but seem excessive.; 4; 5 = Describes preoccupation with morbid thoughts several times a week. These morbid thoughts extend beyond external reality.; 6; 7 = Preoccupied on a daily basis with death themes or morbid thoughts that are elaborate, extensive, and bizarre.
cdrs13_bIntegerRecommendedSuicidal ideation: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS13_B is missing then CDRS13_B = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Understands the word suicide, but does not apply the term to himself/herself.; 2 = Sharp denial of suicidal thoughts; 3 = Has thoughts about suicide, or hurting himself/herself (if he/she does not understand the concept of suicide) usually when angry; 4; 5 = Has recurrent thoughts of suicide; 6; 7 = Has made a suicide attempt within the last month or is actively suicidal.
cdrs14_bIntegerRecommendedExcessive weeping: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS14_B is missing then CDRS14_B = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Report appears normal for age; 2 = Suggestive statements that he/she cries, or feels like crying, more frequently than peers.; 3 = Cries more often than peers, occasionally without clear precipitant.; 4; 5 = Cries or feels like crying frequently (several times a week). Admits to crying without knowing the reason why.; 6; 7 = Cries nearly everyday.
cdrs15_bIntegerRecommendedDepressed facial affect: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS15_B is missing then CDRS15_B = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Facial expression and voice animated during the interview. No sign of depressed affect; 2 = Mild suppression of affect. Some loss of spontaneity.; 3 = Overall loss of spontaneity. Looks unhappy during parts of the interview (e.g., sullen face, lowered eyes, lack of animation in face). Is capable of smiling, however, and does not avoid eye contact when discussing nonthreatening areas.; 4; 5 = Moderate restriction of affect throughout most of the interview. Has longer and frequent periods of looking distinctly unhappy. Nothing seems to enliven him/her.; 6; 7 = Severe restriction of affect. Looks distinctly sad and withdrawn. Minimal verbal interaction throughout the interview. Cries or may appear tearful.
cdrs16_bIntegerRecommendedListless speech: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS16_B is missing then CDRS16_B = round to integer (5*median of re-scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::51 = Quality of speech seems situationally sensitive without any noteworthy deviations.; 2 = Slowed tempo, monotone, or overly soft speech.; 3 = Slowed tempo with many pauses where he/she appears to drift. Hesitations include sighing. Voice qualities are distinctly monotonic and unanimated and convey a sense of distress and psychic discomfort.; 4; 5 = Extreme sense of psychic distress exhibited in voice or by a profound sense of hollowness or emptiness. Has difficulty conducting the interview.
cdrs17_bIntegerRecommendedHypoactivity: Best Description (Imputed Version). Imputation Rule: if less than 4 of CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU then perform the following calculations: Since there are differing number of levels for each question, rescale all of the questions in the preceding paragraph by dividing each value by the number of options for the question, e.g., CDRS1BU/7 for Best Description question 1. If CDRS17_B is missing then CDRS17_B = round to integer (7*median of re-scaled (CDRS1BU, CDRS2BU, CDRS3BU, CDRS4BU, CDRS5BU, CDRS6BU, CDRS7BU, CDRS8BU, CDRS9BU, CDRS10BU, CDRS11BU, CDRS12BU, CDRS13BU, CDRS14BU, CDRS15BU, CDRS16BU, CDRS17BU))1::71 = Bodily movements are animated. (Note that a hyperactive, agitated child is not distinguished here from what would be seen as normal nondistracting behavior; hyperactivity should be noted).; 2; 3 = Bodily movements appear somewhat restricted and/or slowed.; 4; 5 = Definite restriction in bodily movements and an overall sense of motor retardation.; 6; 7 = Severe sense of motor retardation with catatonic-like qualities.
cdrs4s1IntegerRecommendedSupplemental Information for Sleep Disturbance: Upon first going to bed1;01 = Yes; 0=No
cdrs4s2IntegerRecommendedSupplemental Information for Sleep Disturbance: In the middle of the night1;01 = Yes; 0=No
cdrs4s3IntegerRecommendedSupplemental Information for Sleep Disturbance: Early in the morning1;01 = Yes; 0=No
cdrs5sIntegerRecommendedSupplemental Information for Appetite Disturbance: Type of appetite disturbance1::31 = Increased appetite 2 = Decreased appetite; 3=Both Increased and Decreasedcdch_appet_a, cdpr_appet_a
cdrs_r_bIntegerRecommendedCDRS-R Raw Summary Score (based on Best Description answers) using imputed values17::113Items included in score: CDRS1_B, CDRS2_B, CDRS3_B, CDRS4_B, CDRS5_B, CDRS6_B, CDRS7_B, CDRS8_B, CDRS9_B, CDRS10_B, CDRS11_B, CDRS12_B, CDRS13_B, CDRS14_B, CDRS15_B, CDRS16_B, CDRS17_B
cdrsb45IntegerRecommendedCDRS-R Raw Summary Score (based on Best Description answers) greater than or equal to 45 using imputed values0;10 = < 45 ; 1 = >=45
cdrs_14bIntegerRecommendedCDRS-R 14 question Raw Summary Score (based on Best Description answers) using imputed values derived for QA purposes only.14::94Items included in score: CDRS1_B, CDRS2_B, CDRS3_B, CDRS4_B, CDRS5_B, CDRS6_B, CDRS7_B, CDRS8_B, CDRS9_B, CDRS10_B, CDRS11_B, CDRS12_B, CDRS13_B, CDRS14_B
cdrs_14aIntegerRecommendedCDRS-R 14 question Raw Summary Score using imputed values (based on Adolescent answers).14::94Items included in score: CDRS1_A, CDRS2_A, CDRS3_A, CDRS4_A, CDRS5_A, CDRS6_A, CDRS7_A, CDRS8_A, CDRS9_A, CDRS10_A, CDRS11_A, CDRS12_A, CDRS13_A, CDRS14_A
cdrs_14pIntegerRecommendedCDRS-R 14 question Raw Summary Score using imputed values (based on Parent answers).14::94Items included in score: CDRS1_P, CDRS2_P, CDRS3_P, CDRS4_P, CDRS5_P, CDRS6_P, CDRS7_P, CDRS8_P, CDRS9_P, CDRS10_P, CDRS11_P, CDRS12_P, CDRS13_P, CDRS14_P
cdrs_r_aIntegerRecommendedCDRS-R Raw Summary Score using imputed values (based on Adolescent answers)17::113Items included in score: CDRS1_A, CDRS2_A, CDRS3_A, CDRS4_A, CDRS5_A, CDRS6_A, CDRS7_A, CDRS8_A, CDRS9_A, CDRS10_A, CDRS11_A, CDRS12_A, CDRS13_A, CDRS14_A, CDRS15_B, CDRS16_B, CDRS17_B
t_cdrs_aIntegerRecommendedT Score for CDRS-R Raw Score using imputed values (Adolescent) using average T score when the T score is not clear30::85
t_cdrs_bIntegerRecommendedT Score for CDRS-R Raw Score using imputed values (Best Description) using average T score when the T score is not clear30::85
daysrzIntegerRecommendeddays since randomizationntime
nltimeFloatRecommendedNatural log of days from Time 0 to assessment date (used for modeling)
cdrspritFloatRecommendedPredicted CDRS total scores from Gate 1 through Stage 1 based on random coefficient regression model results 4 arm ITT Population
cdrsprocFloatRecommendedPredicted CDRS total scores Gate 1 through Stage 1 based on random coefficient regression model results 4 arm Observed Cases Population
cdrspit3FloatRecommendedPredicted CDRS total scores from Gate 1 through Stage 1 based on random coefficient regression model results 3 arm ITT Population
respond_detail_oth_specString255RecommendedRespondent detailsinformnt
cdrsprit_st3FloatRecommendedPredicted CDRS total scores from Gate 1 through Stage 3 based on random coefficient regression model results 4 arm ITT Population
cdrsprit_st4FloatRecommendedPredicted CDRS total scores from Gate 1 through Stage 4 based on random coefficient regression model results 4 arm ITT Population
cdrspit3_st3FloatRecommendedPredicted CDRS total scores from Gate 1 through Stage 3 based on random coefficient regression model results 3 arm ITT Population
cdrspit3_st4FloatRecommendedPredicted CDRS total scores from Gate 1 through Stage 4 based on random coefficient regression model results 3 arm ITT Population
cdrsproc_st3FloatRecommendedPredicted CDRS total scores Gate 1 through Stage 3 based on random coefficient regression model results 4 arm Observed Cases Population
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesite_no, site_x
trt_grpString10RecommendedTreatment Group Assignment1;1AO;1CT;2;31=Group 1 first 8 weeks; 1AO=Group 1 8 week add on; 1CT=Group 1 8 week cross taper; 2=Group 2; 3=Group 3
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baselinebsldays
etypeString10RecommendedRating PeriodBSL;WK1;WK2;WK3;WK4;WK5;WK6;WK7;WK8;WK9;WK10;WK11;WK12;WK13;WK14;WK15;WK16BSL=Baseline; WK1-WK16=Weeks 1-16
cdrsrawsumIntegerRecommendedCDRS-R Raw summary scoreSum of ratings from above 17 items
cdrstscoreFloatRecommendedCDRS-R T-scoreDerived from table
cdch_depraffcIntegerRecommendedDepressed Facial Affect1::71-2=no apperent difficulties; 3-4=clinically significant difficulties; 5-7=severe clinically significant difficultiescdpr_depraffc
cdch_speechIntegerRecommendedTempo Of Speech1::51-2=no apperent difficulties; 3=clinically significant difficulties; 4-5=severe clinically significant difficultiescdpr_speech
cdch_hypoactIntegerRecommendedHypoactivity1::71-2=no apperent difficulties; 3-4=clinically significant difficulties; 5-7=severe clinically significant difficultiescdpr_hypoact
cdch_sleep_aIntegerRecommendedSleep Disorder timing: Upon first going to bed0;10=None; 1=Appliescdpr_sleep_a
cdch_sleep_bIntegerRecommendedSleep Disorder timing: In the middle of the night0;10=None; 1=Appliescdpr_sleep_b
cdch_sleep_cIntegerRecommendedSleep Disorder timing: Early in the morning0;10=None; 1=Appliescdpr_sleep_c
cdch_coment01String300RecommendedComment Impaired school workcdpr_coment01
cdch_coment02String300RecommendedComment Capacity to have funcdpr_coment02
cdch_coment03String300RecommendedComment Social Withdrawalcdpr_coment03
cdch_coment04String300RecommendedComment Sleep disordercdpr_coment04
cdch_coment05String300RecommendedComment Appetite disordercdpr_coment05
cdch_coment06String300RecommendedComment Excessive Fatigue Appetite disorder typecdpr_coment06
cdch_coment07String300RecommendedComment Physical Complaintscdpr_coment07
cdch_coment08String300RecommendedComment Irritabilitycdpr_coment08
cdch_coment09String300RecommendedComment Guiltcdpr_coment09
cdch_coment10String300RecommendedComment Self Esteemcdpr_coment10
cdch_coment11String300RecommendedComment Depressed Feelingscdpr_coment11
cdch_coment12String300RecommendedComment Morbid Ideationcdpr_coment12
cdch_coment13String300RecommendedComment Suicidal Ideationcdpr_coment13
cdch_coment14String300RecommendedComment Weepingcdpr_coment14
cdch_coment15String300RecommendedComment Depressed Affectcdpr_coment15
cdch_coment16String300RecommendedComment Tempo Of Speechcdpr_coment16
cdch_coment17String300RecommendedComment Hypoactivitycdpr_coment17
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visitinterval
studyString100RecommendedStudystudyid
version_formString100RecommendedForm used
completedIntegerRecommendedChecks if completed0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=Yes, lost
visitdayIntegerRecommendedday of visit
trtgroupString2RecommendedTreatment GroupN1;N2;R1;R2;R3N1=Non-Responder Entering Fluvoxamine; N2=Non-Responder Entering Fluoxetine; R1=Maintenance; R2=Responder Entering Fluvoxamine; R3=Responder Entering Fluoxetine
cdrsr4sIntegerRecommendedIncreased or Decreased1::3;-91 = Upon first going to bed; 2 = In the middle of the night; 3 = Early in the morning; -9 = incomplete
cdrsrtotp1IntegerRecommendedsum cdrsr1-cdrsr6-9 = incomplete
cdrsrtotp2IntegerRecommendedsum cdrsr7-cdrsr14-9 = incomplete
cdrsrtotp3IntegerRecommendedsum cdrsr15-cdrsr17-9 = incomplete
cdrsrtotIntegerRecommendedsum cdrsr1-cdrsr17-9 = incomplete
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
cgitherIntegerRecommendedRole of Therapist Completing Clinical Global Impressions0::20 = IE (Independent Evaluator);1 = PT (Pharmacotherapist);2 = CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapist)
bainaIntegerRecommendedNumber of valid answers
totalb13IntegerRecommendedTotal Score items excluding #13999 = missing
nasb13IntegerRecommendedNumber of valid answers given excluding #13
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