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Chronic Life Stress Form

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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 fieldgenetic_test_date
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.draw_age_months, v1_ls_chron_age
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
sas_sr_7bIntegerRecommendedF. Are you living with your spouse or have you been living with a partner in an intimate relationship?0::20=No; 1=Yes; 2=otherv1_ls_chron_ir
chron_ir_other_describeString20RecommendedIntimate relationship - other - describev1_ls_chron_ir_other_describe
chron_ir_objIntegerRecommendedIntimate relationship objective score1::51= exceptional intimate relationship/if not in relationship, frequent dating and excellent potential for future; 2 =stable, positive relationship/if not in relationship, some dating, partner appropriate, or satisfied being single; 3=some significant relationship problems/some dating, parter inappropriate/not dating, not satisfied being single; 4=deteriorating relationship or severe problems/some dating, unable to find good prospect/ not dating, desires relationship; 5=abusive, inability to trust, lack of communication, not reciprocal/not dating, desires relationship, prospects poorv1_ls_chron_ir_obj
chron_ir_subjIntegerRecommendedIntimate relationship subjective score1::51= exceptional intimate relationship/if not in relationship, frequent dating and excellent potential for future; 2 =stable, positive relationship/if not in relationship, some dating, partner appropriate, or satisfied being single; 3=some significant relationship problems/some dating, parter inappropriate/not dating, not satisfied being single; 4=deteriorating relationship or severe problems/some dating, unable to find good prospect/ not dating, desires relationship; 5=abusive, inability to trust, lack of communication, not reciprocal/not dating, desires relationship, prospects poorv1_ls_chron_ir_subj
chron_cf_objIntegerRecommendedClose friendships objective score1::51=exceptionally high quality, close, confiding friendship; 2=good quality, close, confiding friendship; 3=close, confiding, friendship - unstable at times; moderately close friendship - fairly stable and nonconflictual; 4=poor quality friendship; moderately close friendship - sometimes unstable or conflictual; 5=absence of close, confiding friendship.v1_ls_chron_cf_obj
chron_cf_subjIntegerRecommendedClose friendships subjective score1::51=exceptionally high quality, close, confiding friendship; 2=good quality, close, confiding friendship; 3=close, confiding, friendship - unstable at times; moderately close friendship - fairly stable and nonconflictual; 4=poor quality friendship; moderately close friendship - sometimes unstable or conflictual; 5=absence of close, confiding friendship.v1_ls_chron_cf_subj
chron_sl_objIntegerRecommendedSocial life objective score1::51=exceptional social life with many good friends, frequent social activities, no conflict; 2=good social life with some close friends, average number of social activities, no significant problems; 3=average popularity but some conflicts with peers or difficulty making/keeping friends; 4=serious social problems - somewhat isolated, some acquaintances, but lacks stable friendships; 5=severe social problems with no friends, totally isolated, rejected by peers.v1_ls_chron_sl_obj
chron_sl_subjIntegerRecommendedSocial life subjective score1::51=exceptional social life with many good friends, frequent social activities, no conflict; 2=good social life with some close friends, average number of social activities, no significant problems; 3=average popularity but some conflicts with peers or difficulty making/keeping friends; 4=serious social problems - somewhat isolated, some acquaintances, but lacks stable friendships; 5=severe social problems with no friends, totally isolated, rejected by peers.v1_ls_chron_sl_subj
chron_fr_objIntegerRecommendedFamily relationships objective score1::51=exceptional quality relationship with all family members, good conflict resolution; 2=good quality relationship with at least some members, good conflict resolution; 3=medium quality relationship, but some problems with 1 parent, other family members to turn to for support; 4=poor quality relationship with parents or othres, significant porblems, other family members to turn to for support; 5=poor quality relationship with family, significant problems, no other family members to turn to for supportv1_ls_chron_fr_obj
chron_fr_subjIntegerRecommendedFamily relationships subjective score1::51=exceptional quality relationship with all family members, good conflict resolution; 2=good quality relationship with at least some members, good conflict resolution; 3=medium quality relationship, but some problems with 1 parent, other family members to turn to for support; 4=poor quality relationship with parents or othres, significant porblems, other family members to turn to for support; 5=poor quality relationship with family, significant problems, no other family members to turn to for supportv1_ls_chron_fr_subj
chron_rc_objIntegerRecommendedRelationships with children objective score1::51=exceptional relatinoship; child has unusual capacity for intimacy with parent; 2=very good relationship; some minor, normal conflict resolved quickly; 3=good basis to relationship, but lacking on some quality factors; more than typical conflict; 4=poor parent-child relationship, lacking on most quality factors; significant conflict; potential for abuse or separation but family intact; 5=very poor relationship; unresolved major conflicts or abuse; child separated from family due to significant family problemsv1_ls_chron_rc_obj
chron_rc_subjIntegerRecommendedRelationships with children subjective score1::51=exceptional relatinoship; child has unusual capacity for intimacy with parent; 2=very good relationship; some minor, normal conflict resolved quickly; 3=good basis to relationship, but lacking on some quality factors; more than typical conflict; 4=poor parent-child relationship, lacking on most quality factors; significant conflict; potential for abuse or separation but family intact; 5=very poor relationship; unresolved major conflicts or abuse; child separated from family due to significant family problemsv1_ls_chron_rc_subj
chron_w_objIntegerRecommendedWork objective score1::51= exceptionally satisfying job/not working, but satisfied with other activities and roles, has options if wants job; 2=stable job, good conditions, feels appreciated/not working, but satisfied, good prospects; 3=significant problems in 1-2 areas/not working, actively looking, limited skills/not seeking, problem in current role; 4=severe problems in 3-4 areas, threat of job loss/not working, 2 or more negative features, few steps to resolve problems; 5=chronic instability, unable to hold down job/not working, impaired, overwhelmed/ not functional in nonworking rolev1_ls_chron_w_obj
chron_w_subjIntegerRecommendedWork subjective score1::51= exceptionally satisfying job/not working, but satisfied with other activities and roles, has options if wants job; 2=stable job, good conditions, feels appreciated/not working, but satisfied, good prospects; 3=significant problems in 1-2 areas/not working, actively looking, limited skills/not seeking, problem in current role; 4=severe problems in 3-4 areas, threat of job loss/not working, 2 or more negative features, few steps to resolve problems; 5=chronic instability, unable to hold down job/not working, impaired, overwhelmed/ not functional in nonworking rolev1_ls_chron_w_subj
chron_f_objIntegerRecommendedFinances objective score1::51=more than enough money for everything needed and wanted; 2=comfortable economically; 3=enough money but requires careful planning and budgeting to make ends meet; 4=meager conditions, but no physical hardships (eg food); 5=hardships, poverty, lack housing, food, healthcarev1_ls_chron_f_obj
chron_f_subjIntegerRecommendedFinances subjective score1::51=more than enough money for everything needed and wanted; 2=comfortable economically; 3=enough money but requires careful planning and budgeting to make ends meet; 4=meager conditions, but no physical hardships (eg food); 5=hardships, poverty, lack housing, food, healthcarev1_ls_chron_f_subj
chron_hs_objIntegerRecommendedHealth (Self) objective score1::51=exceptionally good health, excellent physical shape; 2=mild, typical problems that only sometimes require professional treatment; 3=significant chronic, but not life threatening, mild impairment in jobs or activities; no long hospitalization; 4=significant potentially life threatening illness or condition requiring ongoing although not continuous treatment; 5=severe, life threatening, chronic disease/condition; needs constant care and treatment; severely disabled/impairedv1_ls_chron_hs_obj
chron_hs_subjIntegerRecommendedHealth (Self) subjective score1::51=exceptionally good health, excellent physical shape; 2=mild, typical problems that only sometimes require professional treatment; 3=significant chronic, but not life threatening, mild impairment in jobs or activities; no long hospitalization; 4=significant potentially life threatening illness or condition requiring ongoing although not continuous treatment; 5=severe, life threatening, chronic disease/condition; needs constant care and treatment; severely disabled/impairedv1_ls_chron_hs_subj
chron_hcfm_objIntegerRecommendedHealth (Close Family Members) objective score1::51=exeptional among all close relatives; 2=generally good health among close relatives; mild/typical problems; problem with distant relative, interferes minimally; 3=significant health problem in close family member, not life threatening; some care-taking responsibility; 4=severe, life threatening and chronic disease in immediate family; much care-taking responsibility; 5=terminal condition in close family member; much care-taking responsibilityv1_ls_chron_hcfm_obj
chron_hcfm_subjIntegerRecommendedHealth (Close Family Members) subjective score1::51=exeptional among all close relatives; 2=generally good health among close relatives; mild/typical problems; problem with distant relative, interferes minimally; 3=significant health problem in close family member, not life threatening; some care-taking responsibility; 4=severe, life threatening and chronic disease in immediate family; much care-taking responsibility; 5=terminal condition in close family member; much care-taking responsibilityv1_ls_chron_hcfm_subj
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