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Children's Rejection Sensitivity Questionnaire

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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/projectpatid
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
crsq_01IntegerRecommendedHow NERVOUS would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not the kid will show up?1::61=not nervous ::: 6= very very nervous
crsq_02IntegerRecommendedHow MAD would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not the kid will show up?1::61=not mad ::: 6 = very very mad
crsq_03IntegerRecommendedDo you think the kid will show up to give you the money?1::61 = YES !!! ::: 6 = NO!!!
crsq_04IntegerRecommendedHow NERVOUS would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not those kids were badmouthing you?1::61=not nervous ::: 6= very very nervous
crsq_05IntegerRecommendedHow MAD would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not those kids were badmouthing you?1::61=not mad ::: 6 = very very mad
crsq_06IntegerRecommendedDo you think they were saying bad things about you?1::61 = YES !!! ::: 6 = NO!!!
crsq_07IntegerRecommendedHow NERVOUS would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not your friend will want to talk to you and listen to your problem.1::61=not nervous ::: 6= very very nervous
crsq_08IntegerRecommendedHow MAD would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not your friend will want to talk to you and listen to your problem.1::61=not mad ::: 6 = very very mad
crsq_09IntegerRecommendedDo you think s/he will want to talk to you and listen to your problem?1::61 = YES !!! ::: 6 = NO!!!
crsq_10IntegerRecommendedHow NERVOUS would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not s/he will want to talk to you?1::61=not nervous ::: 6= very very nervous
crsq_11IntegerRecommendedHow MAD would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not s/he will want to talk to you?1::61=not mad ::: 6 = very very mad
crsq_12IntegerRecommendedDo you think s/he will want to talk to you?1::61 = YES !!! ::: 6 = NO!!!
crsq_13IntegerRecommendedHow NERVOUS would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not those kids will want to stop and help you?1::61=not nervous ::: 6= very very nervous
crsq_14IntegerRecommendedHow MAD would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not those kids will want to stop and help you?1::61=not mad ::: 6 = very very mad
crsq_15IntegerRecommendedDo you think they will offer to help you?1::61 = YES !!! ::: 6 = NO!!!
crsq_16IntegerRecommendedHow NERVOUS would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not they will choose you?1::61=not nervous ::: 6= very very nervous
crsq_17IntegerRecommendedHow MAD would you feel, RIGHT THEN, about whether or not they will choose you?1::61=not mad ::: 6 = very very mad
crsq_18IntegerRecommendedDo you think kids in you class will choose you for their group?1::61 = YES !!! ::: 6 = NO!!!
crsq_19IntegerRecommendedNext time I saw that kid, I would say or do something mean to her/him.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_20IntegerRecommendedAfter that, I would try to avoid that kid so I don't get treated like that again.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_21IntegerRecommendedI would feel like the kid would have talked to someone else, but not to someone like me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_22IntegerRecommendedI would feel hurt that the kid wouldn't talk to me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_23IntegerRecommendedI would feel like the kid doesn't like me because s/he didn't want to talk to me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_24IntegerRecommendedI would feel sad because that kid left me to walk home alone.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_25IntegerRecommendedI would feel so embarrassed and uncomfortable I couldn't stand it.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_26IntegerRecommendedI would feel mad at that kid because s/he should have talked to me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_27IntegerRecommendedI would feel like the kid would rather talk to someone else than to me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_28IntegerRecommendedI would feel like hitting that kid.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_29IntegerRecommendedNext time I saw that kid, I would say or do things to get her/him to like me more.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_30IntegerRecommendedI would remember that kid, and find a way to get back at her/him.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_31IntegerRecommendedAfter that, I would stay away from that kid because you just can't trust her/him.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_32IntegerRecommendedI would feel like it was probably my own fault that the kid wouldn't talk to me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_33IntegerRecommendedAfter that, I would try to do things to fit in and be the kind of person that kid likes to hang out with.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_34IntegerRecommendedI would feel like I don't really like that kid because s/he should be nicer to me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_35IntegerRecommendedI would feel like that kid doesn't care about me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_36IntegerRecommendedNext time I saw that kid, I would feel so uncomfortable that I would try to make sure s/he didn't see me1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_37IntegerRecommendedI would feel like that kid would never want to talk to me, so what's the point of even trying.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_38IntegerRecommendedI would keep thinking about it later, over and over (thinking about why that kid didn't talk to me).1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_39IntegerRecommendedI would feel like no one ever wants to talk to me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_40IntegerRecommendedI would feel like changing some things about myself so that kid will like me more.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_41IntegerRecommendedI would feel mad at those kids because they should have stayed to help me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_42IntegerRecommendedI would feel so embarrassed and uncomfortable I couldn't stand it.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_43IntegerRecommendedI would feel like they ignored me even though they knew I really needed help.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_44IntegerRecommendedI would feel like hitting those kids.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_45IntegerRecommendedNext time I saw those kids, I would say or do things to try to get them to like me more.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_46IntegerRecommendedI would keep thinking about it later, over and over (thinking about why they didn't help me.)1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_47IntegerRecommendedAfter that, I would stay away from those kids because you just can't trust them.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_48IntegerRecommendedI would feel like it was probably my own fault that they didn't stop and help.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_49IntegerRecommendedAfter that, I would try to do things to fit in better with those kids so they would be nicer to me1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_50IntegerRecommendedI would feel sad because they left me alone without helping me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_51IntegerRecommendedI would remember their faces, and next time I see them, I'll find away to get back at them.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_52IntegerRecommendedI would feel like no one pays me attention when I really need it.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_53IntegerRecommendedI would feel like changing some things about myself so that they'll like me more.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_54IntegerRecommendedI would feel like I don't really like those kids because they always act that way.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_55IntegerRecommendedNext time I saw either of those kids, I would say or do something mean to her/him.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_56IntegerRecommendedAfter that, I would try to avoid those kids so I don't get treated like that again.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_57IntegerRecommendedI would feel like they would have stopped for someone else, but not for someone like me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_58IntegerRecommendedI would feel like those kids don't like me because they ignored me on purpose.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_59IntegerRecommendedI would feel hurt that those kids wouldn't stop to help me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_60IntegerRecommendedI would feel like they don't care about me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_61IntegerRecommendedNext time I saw those kids, I would feel so uncomfortable that I would try to make sure they didn't see me.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_62IntegerRecommendedI would feel like they'd never help me, so what's the point of even asking.1::31 = very true, 2 = sort of true, 3 = not true
crsq_anxerFloatRequiredAnxious Expectations of Rejection. Score
crsq_angerFloatRequiredAngry Expectations of Rejection. Score
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