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Children's Inventory of Anger

chia

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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.
gradeString50RecommendedCurrent Grade
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
raceString30RecommendedRace of study subjectAmerican Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hawaiian or Pacific Islander; Black or African American; White; More than one race; Unknown or not reported
ethnicityString30RecommendedEthnicity of participant
Hispanic or Latino; Not Hispanic or Latino; Unknown
chia_1IntegerRecommended1. Your mother calls you to dinner in the middle of your favorite TV show.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_2IntegerRecommended2. Your bike has a flat tire.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_3IntegerRecommended3. Your brother or sister or friend ignores you.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_4IntegerRecommended4. You clean up your room and what to go out to play. Your mom says you have to clean some more.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_5IntegerRecommended5. You have to do a job that your brother or sister was supposed to do.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_6IntegerRecommended6. You want to go somewhere with a friend. Your dad says "No" for no reason.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_7IntegerRecommended7. The teacher's pet gets to do all the fun jobs in class.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_8IntegerRecommended8. In a game, someone on the other side tries to cheat.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_9IntegerRecommended9. Someone bumps your desk on purpose and you mess up your work.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_10IntegerRecommended10. You are playing a game and someone on the other side tries to punch you.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_11IntegerRecommended11. Someone spits at you.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_12IntegerRecommended12. You get a piece of pie at lunch and someone knocks it out of your hand.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_13IntegerRecommended13. Somebody calls you a "chicken".1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_14IntegerRecommended14. You want to show someone a new trick on your bike and you can't do it.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_15IntegerRecommended15. You put all your change in the soda machine. It takes your money, but you don't get a drink.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_16IntegerRecommended16. A teacher gives you a lot of homework on the weekend.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_17IntegerRecommended17. Someone says that you are not old enough to do something.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_18IntegerRecommended18. Someone turns the TV to another channel when you are watching a show.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_19IntegerRecommended19. Your brother or sister says "No" when you ask for something.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_20IntegerRecommended20. Your friends are playing a game and they won't let you play.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_21IntegerRecommended21. Somebody says "I told you so" after something goes wrong.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_22IntegerRecommended22. Your mom or dad slaps you.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_23IntegerRecommended23. Someone puts gum on your seat on the bus and you sit on it.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_24IntegerRecommended24. You bump into a stranger on the bus. He says he will beat you up if you get near him again.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_25IntegerRecommended25. Someone cuts in front of you in line.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_26IntegerRecommended26. You brought your favorite candy bar in your lunch. When you go to eat it, it's melted.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_27IntegerRecommended27. Your mom won't buy your favorite cereal.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_28IntegerRecommended28. On your bike, you come to a steep hill. You have to get off the bike and walk it all the way up the hill.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_29IntegerRecommended29. Your mom says she does not want you to play with one of your friends.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_30IntegerRecommended30. Your dad yells at you in front of other people.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_31IntegerRecommended31. You don't have any homework, but your mom makes you study anyway.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_32IntegerRecommended32. You do something special for a friend and he or she won't do anything for you.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_33IntegerRecommended33. Your friends pick you last to be on a team.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_34IntegerRecommended34. Your friend gets what he or she wants for Christmas, but you don't.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_35IntegerRecommended35. Two bigger kids come and take your basketball and play "Keep Away" with it.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_36IntegerRecommended36. Somebody punches you.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_37IntegerRecommended37. Someone tries to trip you on purpose.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_38IntegerRecommended38. You have to do your homework and your brother or sister gets to watch TV.1::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_39IntegerRecommended39. You have to go to bed at 9:30 and your friends get to stay up until 10:30 or 11:001::4; 9991=I don't care; 2=that bothers me; 3=I'm really mad; 4=I can't stand that
chia_frust_scoreIntegerRequiredFrustration raw score
chia_frust_tscoreIntegerRequiredFrustration T score
chia_physical_scoreIntegerRequiredPhysical Aggression raw score
chia_physical_tscoreIntegerRequiredPhysical Aggression T score
chia_peer_scoreIntegerRequiredPeer Relationships raw score
chia_peer_tscoreIntegerRequiredPeer Relationships T score
chia_authority_scoreIntegerRequiredAuthority Relations raw score
chia_authority_tscoreIntegerRequiredAuthority Relations T score
chia_totalscoreIntegerRequiredChIA total raw score
chia_tscoreIntegerRequiredChIA total T score
chia_incIntegerRecommendedINC Raw Score
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