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Children's Mania Rating Scale

cmrs

01

Defined by Dr Sukhodolsky lab at Yale Child Study Center

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldinterviewyear
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
respondentString20RequiredRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
respondent_other_specifyString50RecommendedRespondent: Other (specify)
cmrs_1IntegerRecommended1. Have periods of feeling super happy for hours or days at a time, extremely wound up and excited, such as feeling "on top of the world0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_2IntegerRecommended2. Feel irritable, cranky, or mad for hours or days at a time.0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_3IntegerRecommended3. Think that he or she can be anything or do anything (e.g., leader, best basket ball player, rap singer, millionaire, princess) beyond what is usual for that age0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_4IntegerRecommended4. Believe that he or she has unrealistic abilities or powers that are unusual, and may try to act upon them, which causes trouble0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_5IntegerRecommended5. Need less sleep than usual; yet does not feel tired the next day0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_6IntegerRecommended6. Have periods of too much energy0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_7IntegerRecommended7. Have periods when she or he talks too much or too loud or talks a mile-a-minute0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_8IntegerRecommended8. Have periods of racing thoughts that his or her mind cannot slow down, and it seems that your child's mouth cannot keep up with his or her mind0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_9IntegerRecommended9. Talk so fast that he or she jumps from topic to topic0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_10IntegerRecommended10. Rush around doing things nonstop0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_11IntegerRecommended11. Have trouble staying on track and is easily drawn to what is happening around him or her0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_12IntegerRecommended12. Do many more things than usual, or is unusually productive or highly creative0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_13IntegerRecommended13. Behave in a sexually inappropriate way (e.g., talks dirty, exposing, playing with private parts, masturbating, making sex phone calls, humping on dogs, playing sex games, touches others sexually)0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_14IntegerRecommended14. Go and talk to strangers inappropriately, is more socially outgoing than usual0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_15IntegerRecommended15. Do things that are unusual for him or her that are foolish or risky (e.g., jumping off heights, ordering CDs with your credit cards, giving things away)0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_16IntegerRecommended16. Have rage attacks, intense and prolonged temper tantrums0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_17IntegerRecommended17. Crack jokes or pun more than usual, laugh loud, or act silly in a way that is out of the ordinary0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_18IntegerRecommended18. Experience rapid mood swings0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_19IntegerRecommended19. Have any suspicious or strange thoughts0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_20IntegerRecommended20. Hear voices that nobody else can hear0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_21IntegerRecommended21. See things that nobody else can see0::3; 9990=never/rarely; 1=sometimes; 2=often; 3=very often
cmrs_totalscoreIntegerRequiredCMRS total score0::63; 999sum of items 1-21
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