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Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale

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Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*guid_r03
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectsid_r03
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.childage_r03
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldlvdate_r03
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalechildgender_r03
ders_awarenessIntegerRequiredSubtest Score: Awareness
ders_clarityIntegerRequiredSubtest Score: Clarity
ders_goalsIntegerRequiredSubtest Score: Goals
ders_impulseIntegerRequiredSubtest Score: Impulse
ders_nonacceptanceIntegerRequiredSubtest Score: Nonacceptance
ders_strategiesIntegerRequiredSubtest Score: Strategies
ders_totalIntegerRequiredDERS Total score
ders1IntegerRecommended1. I am clear about my feelings.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders01_r03
ders2IntegerRecommended2. I pay attention to how I feel.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders02_r03
ders3IntegerRecommended3. I experience my emotions as overwhelming and out of control.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders03_r03
ders4IntegerRecommended4. I have no idea how I am feeling.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders04_r03
ders5IntegerRecommended5. I have difficulty making sense out of my feelings.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders05_r03
ders6IntegerRecommended6. I am attentive to my feelings.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders06_r03
ders7IntegerRecommended7. I know exactly how I am feeling.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders07_r03
ders8IntegerRecommended8. I care about what I am feeling.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders08_r03
ders9IntegerRecommended9. I am confused about how I feel.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders09_r03
ders10IntegerRecommended10. When I'm upset, I acknowledge my emotions.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders10_r03
ders11IntegerRecommended11. When I'm upset, I become angry with myself for feeling that way.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders11_r03
ders12IntegerRecommended12. When I'm upset, I become embarrassed for feeling that way.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders12_r03
ders13IntegerRecommended13. When I'm upset, I have difficulty getting work done.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders13_r03
ders14IntegerRecommended14. When I'm upset, I become out of control.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders14_r03
ders15IntegerRecommended15. When I'm upset, I believe that I will remain that way for a long time.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders15_r03
ders16IntegerRecommended16. When I'm upset, I believe that I'll end up feeling very depressed.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders16_r03
ders17IntegerRecommended17. When I'm upset, I believe that my feelings are valid and important.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders17_r03
ders18IntegerRecommended18. When I'm upset, I have difficulty focusing on other things.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders18_r03
ders19IntegerRecommended19. When I'm upset, I feel out of control.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders19_r03
ders20IntegerRecommended20. When I'm upset, I can still get things done.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders20_r03
ders21IntegerRecommended21. When I'm upset, I feel ashamed with myself for feeling that way.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders21_r03
ders22IntegerRecommended22. When I'm upset, I know that I can find a way to eventually feel better.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders22_r03
ders23IntegerRecommended23. When I'm upset, I feel like I am weak.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders23_r03
ders24IntegerRecommended24. When I'm upset, I feel like I can remain in control of my behaviors.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders24_r03
ders25IntegerRecommended25. When I'm upset, I feel guilty for feeling that way.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders25_r03
ders26IntegerRecommended26. When I'm upset, I have difficulty concentrating.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders26_r03
ders27IntegerRecommended27. When I'm upset, I have difficulty controlling my behaviors.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders27_r03
ders28IntegerRecommended28. When I'm upset, I believe that there is nothing I can do to make myself feel better.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders28_r03
ders29IntegerRecommended29. When I'm upset, I become irritated with myself for feeling that way.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders29_r03
ders30IntegerRecommended30. When I'm upset, I start to feel very bad about myself.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders30_r03
ders31IntegerRecommended31. When I'm upset, I believe that wallowing in it is all I can do.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders31_r03
ders32IntegerRecommended32. When I'm upset, I lose control over my behaviors.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders32_r03
ders33IntegerRecommended33. When I'm upset, I have difficulty thinking about anything else.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders33_r03
ders34IntegerRecommended34. When I'm upset, I take time to figure out what I'm really feeling.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders34_r03
ders35IntegerRecommended35. When I'm upset, it takes me a long time to feel better.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders35_r03
ders36IntegerRecommended36. When I'm upset, my emotions feel overwhelming.1::51 = Never;2 = Sometimes;3 = Half;4 = Most;5 = Alwaysders36_r03
der2IntegerRecommendedI feel at ease with my emotions.1::51= Almost Always 2= Most of the Time; 3= About Half the Time; 4= Sometime; 5= Almost Never
der36IntegerRecommendedWhen I'm upset, I know there are things I can do to manage my emotions.1::51= Almost Always 2= Most of the Time; 3= About Half the Time; 4= Sometime; 5= Almost Never
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