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Child's Sleep Habits Questionnaire (CSHQ)

cshq

01

Child's Sleep Habits Questionnaire (CSHQ) Preschool & School Age. Behaviors when not on any sleep medicines.

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
week_sleeptimeIntegerRecommendedDuring the week what time does the Child usually go to sleep?0 :: 230 to 23 hour time
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.
week_wakeuptimeIntegerRecommendedDuring the week what time does the Child usually wake up?0 :: 230 to 23 hour time
weekend_sleeptimeIntegerRecommendedDuring the weekend what time does the Child usually go to sleep?0 :: 230 to 23 hour time
weekend_wakeuptimeIntegerRecommendedDuring the weekend what time does the Child usually wake up?0 :: 230 to 23 hour time
gotobedsametimeatnightIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child go to bed at the same time at night?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
gotobedsametime_problemString6RecommendedIs "go to bed time" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
fallasleepin20minIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child fall asleep within 20 minutes?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
fallasleeptime_problemString6RecommendedIs "fall a sleep time" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
fallasleepaloneinownbedIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child fall asleep alone in own bed?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
sleepinownbed_problemString6RecommendedIs "sleep along in own bed" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
sleepinparentsiblingbedIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child fall asleep in parent's or sibling's bed?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
sleepinparentsiblingbed_probString6RecommendedIs "sleep in parent's bed" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
needaparentpresenceIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child need a parent in the room to fall asleep?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
needaparentpresence_problemString6RecommendedIs "need a parent presence" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
struggleatbedtimeIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child struggle at bedtime (cries, refuses to stay in bed, etc.)?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
struggleatbedtime_problemString6RecommendedIs "struggle at bedtime" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
afraidofsleepingindarkIntegerRecommendedHow often is the Child afraid of sleeping in the dark?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
afraidofsleepingindark_problemString6RecommendedIs "afraid of sleeping in dark" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
afraidofsleepaloneIntegerRecommendedHow often is the Child afraid of sleeping alone?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
afraidofsleepalone_problemString6RecommendedIs "afraid of sleeping a alone" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
amountsleepadayIntegerRecommendedUsual amount of sleep each day (combining night time & naps)2 :: 20In hours
sleeptoolittleIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child sleep too little?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
sleeptoolittle_problemString6RecommendedIs "sleep too little" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
sleeprightamountIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child sleep the right amount?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
sleeprightamount_problemString6RecommendedIs "sleep the right amount" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
sleepsameamountIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child sleep about the same amount each day?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
sleepsameamount_problemString6RecommendedIs "sleep the same amount" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
wetbednightIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child wet the bed at night?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
wetbednight_problemString6RecommendedIs "Wet the bed at night" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
talkinsleepIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child talk during sleep?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
talkinsleep_problemString6RecommendedIs "talk during sleep" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
restlessinsleepIntegerRecommendedHow often is the Child restless and moves a lot during sleep?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
restlessinsleep_problemString6RecommendedIs "restless during sleep" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
sleepwalkinnightIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child sleepwalk during the night?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
sleepwalkinnight_problemString6RecommendedIs "sleepwalk during night" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
movetootherbedIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child moves to someone else's bed in the night ?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
movetootherbed_problemString6RecommendedIs "move to someone else's bed" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
grindteethinsleepIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child grinds teeth during sleep?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
grindteethinsleep_problemString6RecommendedIs "grind teeth during sleep" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
snoreloudIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child snore loudly?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
snoreloud_problemString6RecommendedIs "snore loudly" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
stopbreathinsleepIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child seem to stop breathing during sleep?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
stopbreathinsleep_problemString6RecommendedIs "stop breathing during sleep" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
snortgaspinsleepIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child snort and/or gasp during sleep?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
snortgaspinsleep_problemString6RecommendedIs "gasp during sleep" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
troublesleepawayhomeIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child have trouble sleeping away from home?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
troublesleepawayhome_problemString6RecommendedIs "trouble sleeping away from home" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
awakeninconsolableIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child awaken during the night screaming, sweating, & inconsolable?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
awakeninconsolable_problemString6RecommendedIs "awaken inconsolable" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
awakenbydreamIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child awaken alarmed by a frightening dream?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
awakenbydream_problemString6RecommendedIs "awaken by dream" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
awakenonceIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child awaken once during the night?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
awakenonce_problemString6RecommendedIs "awaken once" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
awakenmorethanonceIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child awaken more than once during the night?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
awakenmorethanonce_problemString6RecommendedIs "awaken more than once" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
minswakinglastIntegerRecommendedNumber of minutes waking usually last during the night0 :: 650 to 60 minutes; >60 minutes
wakeselfIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child wake up by him/herself?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
wakeself_problemString6RecommendedIs "wake up by self" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
wakebadmodeIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child wake up in negative mood?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
wakebadmode_problemString6RecommendedIs "wake up in bad mode" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
wakebyothersIntegerRecommendedHow often do the adults or siblings wake up the Child?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
wakebyothers_problemString6RecommendedIs "wake up by others" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
difficultgetoutbedIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child have difficulty getting out of bed in the morning?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
difficultgetoutbed_problemString6RecommendedIs "trouble getting out of bed" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
takelongbealertIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child take a long time to become alert in morning?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
takelongbealert_problemString6RecommendedIs "take long time to be alert" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
tiredwakeinmorningIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child seem tired when wakes in the morning?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
tiredwakeinmorning_problemString6RecommendedIs "wake tired" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
tiredduringdayIntegerRecommendedHow often does the Child seem tired during the day?1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
tiredduringday_problemString6RecommendedIs "tired during the day" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
sleepwatchtvIntegerRecommendedHas the Child appeared very sleepy or fallen asleep during watching TV?1;2;3;41 = Not sleepy; 2 = Very sleepy; 3 = Falls asleep; 4 = Not applicable
sleepincarIntegerRecommendedHas the Child appeared very sleepy or fallen asleep during riding in car?1;2;3;41 = Not sleepy; 2 = Very sleepy; 3 = Falls asleep; 4 = Not applicable
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
childtiredIntegerRecommendedChild seems tired1;2;31 = Rarely (0-1 days per week); 2 = Sometimes (2-4 days per week); 3 = Usually (5-7 days per week)
childtired_problemString6RecommendedIs "Child seems tired" a problem?TRUE;FALSE
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