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Children Sleep Habit

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Children Sleep Habit 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/projectid
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fielddate
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
respondentString20RecommendedRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
sleep_btString50RecommendedChild's bedtimecsh_time_01
sleep_1IntegerRecommended1. Same bedtime1::3;-93 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 1 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_01, ssr_4
sleep_2IntegerRecommended2. Asleep in 20 min1::3;-93 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 1 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_03, ssr_8
sleep_3IntegerRecommended3. Asleep alone1::3;-93 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 1 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_02, ssr_6
sleep_4IntegerRecommended4. Asleep in parent/sibling bed1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_09, ssr_7
sleep_5IntegerRecommended5. Asleep with rocking movements1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_6IntegerRecommended6. Needs special object1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_7IntegerRecommended7. Needs parent in room1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_11
sleep_8IntegerRecommended8. Ready at bedtime1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuessr_11
sleep_9IntegerRecommended9. Resists going to bed1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_10IntegerRecommended10. Struggles at bedtime1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_10, ssr_9
sleep_11IntegerRecommended11. Afraid of the dark1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_14, ssr_13
sleep_12IntegerRecommended12. Afraid of sleeping alone1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_12, ssr_14
sleep_13IntegerRecommended13. Mother in house1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_14IntegerRecommended14. Father in house1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_15IntegerRecommended15. Usual sleep per day (total minutes)
sleep_16IntegerRecommended16. Sleeps too little1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_13, ssr_16
sleep_17IntegerRecommended17. Sleeps too much1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuessr_17
sleep_18IntegerRecommended18. Sleeps right amount1::3;-93 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 1 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_04
sleep_19IntegerRecommended19. Same amount each day1::3;-93 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 1 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_05
sleep_20IntegerRecommended20. Wets bed at night1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_22
sleep_21IntegerRecommended21. Talks during sleep1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_19
sleep_22IntegerRecommended22. Restless and moves1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_20
sleep_23IntegerRecommended23. Sleepwalks1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_21
sleep_24IntegerRecommended24. Moves to another's bed at night1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_16
sleep_25IntegerRecommended25. Body pains during sleep1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_26IntegerRecommended26. Grinds teeth1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_23
sleep_27IntegerRecommended27. Seems to stop breathing1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_27
sleep_28IntegerRecommended28. Snores loudly1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_26
sleep_29IntegerRecommended29. Trouble away from home1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_15
sleep_30IntegerRecommended30. Complains about problems sleeping1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_31IntegerRecommended31. Awakens screaming, sweating, and inconsolable1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_25
sleep_32IntegerRecommended32. Awakens by frightening dream1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_24
sleep_33IntegerRecommended33. Naps during the day1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_34IntegerRecommended34. Wakes during the night1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_17
sleep_35IntegerRecommended35. Wakes more than once1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_18
sleep_36IntegerRecommended36. Returns to sleep1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_37IntegerRecommended37. Minutes a night waking lastscsh_18_time
sleep_38_aIntegerRecommended38a. Briefly comforts1;2;-91 = Yes; 2 = No; -9 = Missing value
sleep_38_bIntegerRecommended38b. Reads story1;2;-91 = Yes; 2 = No; -9 = Missing value
sleep_38_cIntegerRecommended38c. Stays with child1;2;-91 = Yes; 2 = No; -9 = Missing value
sleep_38_dIntegerRecommended38d. Stays awake with child1;2;-91 = Yes; 2 = No; -9 = Missing value
sleep_38_eIntegerRecommended38e. Sleeps with child1;2;-91 = Yes; 2 = No; -9 = Missing value
sleep_38_fIntegerRecommended38f. Brings child to parent's bed1;2;-91 = Yes; 2 = No; -9 = Missing value
sleep_38_gIntegerRecommended38g. Other1;2;-91 = Yes; 2 = No; -9 = Missing value
sleep_38_g_desString250Recommended38g. Other description
sleep_39String50Recommended39. Waking time
sleep_40IntegerRecommended40. Wakes up by him/herself1::3;-93 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 1 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_06
sleep_41IntegerRecommended41. Wakes with alarm1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_42IntegerRecommended42. Wakes in negative mood1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_29
sleep_43IntegerRecommended43. Adult or sibling wakes up1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_30
sleep_44IntegerRecommended44. Difficulty getting out of bed1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_31
sleep_45IntegerRecommended45. Takes a long time to become alert1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_32
sleep_46IntegerRecommended46. Wakes up early1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_47IntegerRecommended47. Suddenly falls asleep1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing value
sleep_48IntegerRecommended48. Seems tired1::3;-91 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely; -9 = Missing valuecsh_33
sleep_49IntegerRecommended49. Dressing1;2;-91 = Very sleepy; 2 = Falls asleep; -9 = Missing value
sleep_50IntegerRecommended50. Playing alone1;2;-91 = Very sleepy; 2 = Falls asleep; -9 = Missing value
sleep_51IntegerRecommended51. Playing with others1;2;-91 = Very sleepy; 2 = Falls asleep; -9 = Missing value
sleep_52IntegerRecommended52. Watching TV1;2;-91 = Very sleepy; 2 = Falls asleep; -9 = Missing value
sleep_53IntegerRecommended53. Riding in the car1;2;-91 = Very sleepy; 2 = Falls asleep; -9 = Missing value
sleep_54IntegerRecommended54. Eating meals1;2;-91 = Very sleepy; 2 = Falls asleep; -9 = Missing value
sleep_55IntegerRecommended55. Getting dressed1;2;-91 = Very sleepy; 2 = Falls asleep; -9 = Missing value
sleep_56IntegerRecommended56. Going to the bathroom1;2;-91 = Very sleepy; 2 = Falls asleep; -9 = Missing value
sleep_57String250Recommended57. Describes routines or difficulties associated with sleep
phenotypeString200RequiredPhenotype/diagnosis for the subject
cshq34IntegerRecommendedChild snorts and/or gasps during sleep1::31= Usually; 2= Sometimes; 3= Rarelycsh_28
csh_time_02String25RecommendedChild usual wake time?
csh_time_03String25RecommendedUsual amount of sleep each night (no naps)?
csh_time_04String25RecommendedUsual amount of sleep each day (naps)
csh_01_bIntegerRecommendedChild goes to bed at the same time at night. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_02_bIntegerRecommendedChild falls asleep alone in own bed. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_03_bIntegerRecommendedChild falls asleep within 20 minutes after going to bed. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_04_bIntegerRecommendedChild sleeps the right amount. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_05_bIntegerRecommendedChild sleeps about the same amount each day. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_06_bIntegerRecommendedChild wakes up by him/herself. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_07IntegerRecommendedWatching TV0::30=Not sleepy; 1=very sleepy; 3=falls asleep
csh_08IntegerRecommendedRiding in a car0::30=Not sleepy; 1=very sleepy; 3=falls asleep
csh_09_bIntegerRecommendedChild falls asleep in parent or sibling bed. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_10_bIntegerRecommendedChild struggles at bedtime (cries, refuses to stay in bed, etc.). Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_11_bIntegerRecommendedChild needs parent in the room to fall asleep. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_12_bIntegerRecommendedChild is afraid of sleeping alone. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_13_bIntegerRecommendedChild sleeps too little. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_14_bIntegerRecommendedChild is afraid of sleeping in the dark. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_15_bIntegerRecommendedChild has trouble sleeping away from home. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_16_bIntegerRecommendedChild moves to someone else�s bed during the night (parent, sibling, etc.). Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_17_bIntegerRecommendedChild awakens once during the night. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_18_bIntegerRecommendedChild awakens more than once during the night.Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_19_bIntegerRecommendedChild talks during sleep. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_20_bIntegerRecommendedChild is restless and moves a lot during sleep. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_21_bIntegerRecommendedChild sleepwalks during the night. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_22_bIntegerRecommendedChild wets the bed at night. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_23_bIntegerRecommendedChild grind teeth during sleep. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_24_bIntegerRecommendedChild awakens alarmed by a frightening dream. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_25_bIntegerRecommendedChild awakens during night screaming, sweating, and inconsolable. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_26_bIntegerRecommendedChild snores loudly. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_27_bIntegerRecommendedChild seems to stop breathing during sleep. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_28_bIntegerRecommendedChild snorts and/or gasps during sleep. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_29_bIntegerRecommendedChild wakes up in a negative mood. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_30_bIntegerRecommendedAdults or siblings wake up child. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_31_bIntegerRecommendedChild has difficulty getting out of bed in the morning. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_32_bIntegerRecommendedChild takes a long time to become alert in the morning. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
csh_33_bIntegerRecommendedChild seems tired in the morning. Is it a problem?0;1; 30=No; 1=Yes; 3=NA
child_sleep1String50RecommendedWho in your family sets the rules about when you go to bed?Examples Mom; Dad; You; Otherssr_1b
child_sleep2IntegerRecommendedDo you think you have trouble sleeping?0;10=No; 1=Yesssr_2
child_sleep3IntegerRecommendedDo you like to go to sleep?0;10=No; 1=Yesssr_3
ssr_5IntegerRecommendedDo you fall asleep in the same bed every night?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_10IntegerRecommendedIs it hard for you to go to bed?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_12IntegerRecommendedDo you have a special thing (doll, blanket, etc.) you bring to bed?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_15IntegerRecommendedDo you stay up late when your parents think you are asleep?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_18IntegerRecommendedDo you wake up at night when your parents think you're asleep?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_19IntegerRecommendedDo you have trouble falling back asleep if you wake up during the night?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_20IntegerRecommendedDo you have nightmares?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_21IntegerRecommendedDoes pain wake you up at night?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_21bString50RecommendedWhere is the pain that wakes you up at night?
ssr_22IntegerRecommendedDo you sometimes go to someone's bed during the night?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_22bString50RecommendedIf yes, whose bed do you go to during the night?
ssr_23IntegerRecommendedDo you have trouble waking up in the morning?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_24IntegerRecommendedDo you feel sleepy during the day?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_25IntegerRecommendedDo you take naps during the day?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
ssr_26IntegerRecommendedDo you feel rested after a night's sleep?1 :: 31 = Usually; 2 = Sometimes; 3 = Rarely
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