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Co-Rumination Questionnaire

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
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 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.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
corumq_1IntegerRecommendedWe spend most of our time together talking about problems that my friend or I have.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_2IntegerRecommendedIf one of us has a problem, we will talk about the problem rather than talking about something else or doing something else.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_3IntegerRecommendedAfter my friend tells me about a problem, I always try to get my friend to talk more about it later.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_4IntegerRecommendedWhen I have a problem, my friend always tries really hard to keep me talking about it.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_5IntegerRecommendedWhen one of us has a problem, we talk to each other about it for a long time.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_6IntegerRecommendedWhen we see each other, if one of us has a problem, we will talk about the problem even if we had planned to do something else together.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_7IntegerRecommendedWhen my friend has a problem, I always try to get my friend to tell me every detail about what happened.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_8IntegerRecommendedAfter I've told my friend about a problem, my friend always tries to get me to talk more about it later.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_9IntegerRecommendedWe talk about problems that my friend or I are having almost every time we see each other.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_10IntegerRecommendedIf one of us has a problem, we will spend our time together talking about it, no matter what else we could do instead.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_11IntegerRecommendedWhen my friend has a problem, I always try really hard to keep my friend talking about it.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_12IntegerRecommendedWhen I have a problem, my friend always tries to get me to tell every detail about what happened.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_13IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we will keep talking even after we both know all of the details about what happened.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_14IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we talk for a long time trying to figure out all of the different reasons why the problem might have happened.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_15IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we try to figure out every one of the bad things that might happen because of the problem.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_16IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we spend a lot of time trying to figure out parts of the problem that we can't understand.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_17IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we talk a lot about how bad the person with the problem feels.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_18IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we'll talk about every part of the problem over and over.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_19IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we talk a lot about the problem in order to understand why it happened.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_20IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we talk a lot about all of the different bad things that might happen because of the problem.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_21IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we talk a lot about parts of the problem that don't make sense to us.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_22IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we talk for a long time about how upset is has made one of us with the problem.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_23IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we usually talk about that problem every day even if nothing new has happened.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_24IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we talk about all of the reasons why the problem might have happened.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_25IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we spend a lot of time talking about what bad things are going to happen because of the problem.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_26IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we try to figure out everything about the problem, even if there are parts that we may never understand.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
corumq_27IntegerRecommendedWhen we talk about a problem that one of us has we spend a long time talking about how sad or mad the person with the problem feels.1 :: 51 = Not At All True; 2 = A Little True; 3 = Somewhat True; 4 = Mostly True; 5 = Really True
crq_rehIntegerRecommendedCRQ Rehashing subscale score
crq_mulIntegerRecommendedCRQ Mulling subscale score
crq_encIntegerRecommendedCRQ Encouraging Problem Talk subscale score
crq_totIntegerRecommendedCRQ total score
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