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Couple Satisfaction Index

csi

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Couple Satisfaction Index (CSI: Funk & Rogge, 2007). 32-item self-report measure of satisfaction with a marital relationship

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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 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
csi_1IntegerRecommendedPlease indicate the degree of happiness, all things considered, of your relationship0::60=extremely unhappy; 1=fairly unhappy; 2=a little unhappy; 3=a little happy; 4=fairly happy; 5=extremely happy; 6 =perfect
csi_2IntegerRecommendedAmount of time spent together0::55=Always agree; 4=almost always agree; 3= occasionally disagree; 2= frequently disagree; 1=almost always disagree; 0 =always disagree
csi_3IntegerRecommendedMaking major decisions0::55=Always agree; 4=almost always agree; 3= occasionally disagree; 2= frequently disagree; 1=almost always disagree; 0 =always disagree
csi_4IntegerRecommendedDemonstrations of affection0::55=Always agree; 4=almost always agree; 3= occasionally disagree; 2= frequently disagree; 1=almost always disagree; 0 =always disagree
csi_5IntegerRecommendedIn general, how often do you think that things between you and your partner are going well?0::55=All the time; 4= most of the time; 3= more often that not; 2=occasionally; 1= rarely; =-never
csi_6IntegerRecommendedHow often do you wish you hadn't gotten into this relationship0::55=All the time; 4= most of the time; 3= more often that not; 2=occasionally; 1= rarely; =-never
csi_7IntegerRecommendedI still feel a strong connection with my partner0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_8IntegerRecommendedIf I had my life to live over, I would marry (or live with/date) the same person0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_9IntegerRecommendedOur relationship is strong0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_10IntegerRecommendedI sometimes wonder if there is someone else out there for me0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_11IntegerRecommendedMy relationship with my partner makes me happy0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_12IntegerRecommendedI have a warm and comfortable relationship with my partner0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_13IntegerRecommendedI can't imagine ending my relationship with my partner0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_14IntegerRecommendedI feel that I can confide in my partner about virtually anything0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_15IntegerRecommendedI have had second thoughts about this relationship recently0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_16IntegerRecommendedFor me, my partner is the perfect romantic partner0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_17IntegerRecommendedI really feel like part of a team with my partner0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_18IntegerRecommendedI cannot imagine another person making me as happy as my partner does0::50=Not at all true; 1= a little true; 2=somewhat true; 3 = mostly true; 4=almost completely true; 5 completely true
csi_19IntegerRecommendedHow rewarding is your relationship with your partner?0::50=Not at all; 1= a little; 2=somewhat; 3 = mostly; 4=almost completely; 5 completely
csi_20IntegerRecommendedHow well does your partner meet your needs?0::50=Not at all; 1= a little; 2=somewhat; 3 = mostly; 4=almost completely; 5 completely
csi_21IntegerRecommendedTo what extent has your relationship met your original expectations?0::50=Not at all; 1= a little; 2=somewhat; 3 = mostly; 4=almost completely; 5 completely
csi_22IntegerRecommendedIn general, how satisfied are you with your relationship?0::50=Not at all; 1= a little; 2=somewhat; 3 = mostly; 4=almost completely; 5 completely
csi_23IntegerRecommendedHow good is your relationship compared to most?0::50= worse than all others (extremely bad) - 5 better than all others (extremely good)
csi_24IntegerRecommendedDo you enjoy your partner's company?0::50=Never; 1=less than once month; 2=once or twice a month; 3=once or twice a week; 4-once a day; 5=more often
csi_25IntegerRecommendedHow often do you and your partner have fun together?0::50=Never; 1=less than once month; 2=once or twice a month; 3=once or twice a week; 4-once a day; 5=more often
csi_26IntegerRecommendedHow you feel about your relationship. 10::55=interesting - 0=boring
csi_27IntegerRecommendedHow you feel about your relationship. 20::50=bad - 5=good
csi_28IntegerRecommendedHow you feel about your relationship. 30::55=full - 0=empty
csi_29IntegerRecommendedHow you feel about your relationship. 40::50=lonely - 5=friendly
csi_30IntegerRecommendedHow you feel about your relationship. 50::55=sturdly - 0=fragile
csi_31IntegerRecommendedHow you feel about your relationship. 60::50=discouraging - 5=hopeful
csi_32IntegerRecommendedHow you feel about your relationship. 70::55=enjoyable - 0=miserable
csi_scoreIntegerRequiredCSI total score0::160; 999999=NA
phaseIntegerRecommendedPhase9 =follow up
visdayIntegerRecommendedNumber of days from study baseline to date of visitdate
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesiteid
norelatIntegerRecommendedNo marriage/serious relationship0;10=No;1=Yes
rlgoodIntegerRecommendedWe have a good relationship1::71 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Neither Agree or Disagree;5 = Agree;6 = Strongly Agree;7 = Very Strongly Agree
rlstablIntegerRecommendedMy relationship with my partner is very stable1::71 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Neither Agree or Disagree;5 = Agree;6 = Strongly Agree;7 = Very Strongly Agree
rlstrongIntegerRecommendedMy relationship with my partner is strong1::71 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Neither Agree or Disagree;5 = Agree;6 = Strongly Agree;7 = Very Strongly Agree
rlhappyIntegerRecommendedMy relationship with my partner makes me happy1::71 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Neither Agree or Disagree;5 = Agree;6 = Strongly Agree;7 = Very Strongly Agree
teamIntegerRecommendedI really feel like part of the team with my partner1::71 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Neither Agree or Disagree;5 = Agree;6 = Strongly Agree;7 = Very Strongly Agree
hapinessIntegerRecommendedAll things considered, what degree of happiness best describes your relationship?1::101 = Unhappy;5 = Happy;10 = Perfectly Happy
qmitotscoreIntegerRecommended
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
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