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Early Adolescent Home Inventory

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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/project
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.asiagemos
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
home1_1IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Seemed to answer questions honestly1::5;-99;77;881= Very inaccurate ; 2= Somewhat inaccurate; 3= Neither ; 4= Somewhat accurate ; 5= Very accurate; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_1
home1_2IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Seemed uncomfortable or threatened by some questions.1::5;-99;77;881= Very inaccurate ; 2= Somewhat inaccurate; 3= Neither ; 4= Somewhat accurate ; 5= Very accurate; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_2
home1_3IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Was friendly and pleasant to his/her parents.1::5;-99;77;881= Very inaccurate ; 2= Somewhat inaccurate; 3= Neither ; 4= Somewhat accurate ; 5= Very accurate; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_3
home1_4IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Seemed satisfied with his/her homelife.1::5;-99;77;881= Very inaccurate ; 2= Somewhat inaccurate; 3= Neither ; 4= Somewhat accurate ; 5= Very accurate; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_4
home1_5IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Seemed aloof, distant, or unattached to parents.1::5;-99;77;881= Very inaccurate ; 2= Somewhat inaccurate; 3= Neither ; 4= Somewhat accurate ; 5= Very accurate; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_5
home1_6IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Seemed to be well supervised by his/ her parents.1::5;-99;77;881= Very inaccurate ; 2= Somewhat inaccurate; 3= Neither ; 4= Somewhat accurate ; 5= Very accurate; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_6
home1_7IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Seemed to be well-disciplined by his/her parents.1::5;-99;77;881= Very inaccurate ; 2= Somewhat inaccurate; 3= Neither ; 4= Somewhat accurate ; 5= Very accurate; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_7
home1_8IntegerRecommendedThe target child: How would you describe this child's social skills? (e.g. ability to relate to people, to sustain relationships, to get along in the world?)1::5;-99;77;881= Very weak ; 2= below average ; 3= average ; 4= above average ; 5= exceptional ;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_8
home1_9IntegerRecommendedThe target child: How would you describe this child's general social attitude?1::5;-99;77;881= very conforming ; 2= somewhat conforming ; 3= neither ; 4= somewhat deviant ; 5= very deviant ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_9
home1_10IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Is it likely that this child will be doing things later in life that will get him/her into trouble with the police?0::5;-99;77;881= very likely ; 2= somewhat likely ;3= 50/50 ; 4= somewhat unlikely ; 5= very unlikely ; 0= don't know ;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_10
home1_11IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Did this child give any indication of being afraid of his/her parents?1::3;-99;77;881= yes, very frightened ; 2= yes, a little frightened ; 3= no indication or neutral ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_11
home1_12IntegerRecommendedThe target child: How much did you like this child?1::5;-99;88;771= Disliked very much ; 2= Disliked somewhat ; 3= Neutral ; 4= Liked somewhat ; 5= Liked very much ;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_12
home1_13IntegerRecommendedThe target child: To what extent were you able to develop a rapport with this child?1::5;-99;77;881= Not at all ; 2= Not much ; 3= Neutral ; 4= Somewhat ; 5= Very much ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_13
home1_14IntegerRecommendedThe target child: What is your general impression of child?s appearance?1::5;-99;77;881= Very unattractive ; 2= Somewhat unattractive ; 3= Plain/neutral ; 4= Somewhat attractive ; 5= Very attractive ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_14
home1_15IntegerRecommendedThe target child: How would you describe this child's body weight?1::5;-99;77;881= Very underweight ; 2= Somewhat under ; 3= Appropriate ; 4= Somewhat over ; 5= Very overweight ;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_15
home1_16IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Appeared to be calm1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_16
home1_17IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Youth appeared to readily understand the interviewer's questions.1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_17
home1_18IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Speech was distinct, clear and audible.1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_18
home1_19IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Initiated verbal exchanges with visitor, asked questions, made spontaneous comments.1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_19
home1_20IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Did the youth display positive emotions during the visit? (i.e. youth seems happy, smiles, or laughs)1::5;-99;77;881= none ;2= one or two brief displays of positive emotion ;3= three or more brief displays of positive emotion ; 4= 1-2 intense, heightened or prolonged displays ;5 = 3 or more intense, heightened or prolonged displays ;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_20
home1_21IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Did the youth display negative emotions during the visit? (Negative emotion is when the youth seems unhappy, cries, or gets angry with the parent or interviewer)1::5;-99;77;881= 3 or more intense, heightened or prolonged displays; 2= 1-2 intense, heightened or prolonged displays ; 3= three or more brief displays of positive emotion ;4 = one or two brief displays of positive emotion; 5= None ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_21
home1_21aIntegerRecommendedThe target child: Type of emotional display1;2;-99;77;881= sad, down, depressed ; 2= angry, irritable ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_21a
home1_22IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Youth's understanding of the questions was1::4;-99;77;881= Poor ; 2= Acceptable ; 3= Good ; 4= Excellent ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_22
home1_23IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Youth's ability to articulate answers was:1::4;-99;77;881= Poor ; 2= Acceptable ; 3= Good ; 4= Excellent ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_23
home1_24IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Youth's cooperation throughout most of the interview was:1::4;-99;77;881= Very uncooperative ; 2= somewhat uncooperative ; 3= somewhat cooperative ; 4= Very cooperative ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_24
home1_25IntegerRecommendedThe target child: Youth's attention to the interviewer was:1::4;-99;77;881= Poor ; 2= Acceptable ; 3= Good ; 4= Excellent ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_25
home1_26aIntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Suspicious?0::2;-1;-99;77;880= No ; 1= Somewhat ; 2= Very ; -1= Can't Tell ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_26a
home1_26bIntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Uncommunicative?0::2;-1;-99;77;880= No ; 1= Somewhat ; 2= Very ; -1= Can't Tell ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_26b
home1_26cIntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Anxious/nervous?0::2;-1;-99;77;880= No ; 1= Somewhat ; 2= Very ; -1= Can't Tell ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_26c
home1_26dIntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Hostile?0::2;-1;-99;77;880= No ; 1= Somewhat ; 2= Very ; -1= Can't Tell ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_26d
home1_26eIntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: To be on drugs?0::2;-1;-99;77;880= No ; 1= Somewhat ; 2= Very ; -1= Can't Tell ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_26e
home1_27IntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Face:1;3;5;-99;77;881= lack of facial hair, rounded face, no acne ; 3= lack of facial hair, jaw and forehead more pronounced, no acne ; 5= any facial hair (note upper lip), jaw and forehead pronounced, any acne ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_27
home1_28IntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Body Proportion:1;3;5;77;88;-991= well proportioned but childlike (look esp at limbs), lack of definition in physique (shoulders, shape of torso); 3= disproportioned body, especially limbs, lack of definition; 5= slightly disproportioned but beginnings of muscular development and body definition ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_28
home1_29IntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Coordination:1::5;-99;77;881= coordinated with childlike stride and posture; 3= gawky, uncoordinated, limbs seem out of place, awkward movements and posture ; 5= adult posture, gait, better coordinated ;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_29
home1_30IntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Voice:1;3;5;-99;77;881= high-pitched, childlike ; 3= voice beginning to change ; 5= deep adult ;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_30
home1_31IntegerRecommendedDid youth appear: Global Rating:1::5;-99;77;881= prepubertal ; 2= early pubertal ; 3= midpubertal ; 4= advanced pubertal ; 5= postpubertal ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_31
home1_32IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Was anyone else present during the interview?1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_32
home1_33IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Who else was present?1::5;-99;77;881= Mother ; 2= Father ; 3= Non-parent caregiver ; 4= Other family ; 5= Friends ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_33
home1_34IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent freely express ideas (may not be complex, but is fluent?)1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_34
home1_35IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent ask questions, show curiosity about study or visitors?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_35
home1_36IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent initiate interchanges, make spontaneous comments?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_36
home1_37IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent at least attempt to be warm and friendly?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_37
home1_38IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent appear to answer questions truthfully?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_38
home1_39IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Were the statements or answers brief or cursory?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_39
home1_40IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent express overt hostility or annoyance toward the child?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_40
home1_41IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent speak to the child with a positive tone?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_41
home1_42IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent express a positive attitude when speaking about the child?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_42
home1_43IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent initiate positive physical contact with the child?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_43
home1_44IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent shout at the child?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_44
home1_45IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent seem in good control of the target child?1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_45
home1_46IntegerRecommendedPrimary Caregiver Did the parent initiate negative physical contact with the child? (swat, spank, etc.)1::4;-99;77;881= Never or almost never ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_46
home1_47IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Verbally answered the youth's questions1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_47
home1_48IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Appeared to be calm1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_48
home1_49IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Voice conveyed positive feelings when speaking of or to the youth.1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_49
home1_50IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Shouted at the youth during visit.1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_50
home1_51IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Hit or slapped the youth during visit.1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_51
home1_52IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Used some term/endearment/diminutive for the youth's name when talking about him/her at least twice during visit.1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_52
home1_53IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Expressed overt annoyance with or hostility toward the youth (example: complained, described as bad, said won't listen, etc.)1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_53
home1_54IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Scolded, derogated or criticized the youth more than once during visit.1;2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_54
home1_55IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: How prepared was the family for the visit?1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_55
home1_56IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: How open and receptive were family members to the visitor?1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_56
home1_57IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Did the target child seem neglected?1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_57
home1_58IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Was the family member sad, down or depressed? (primary caregiver)1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_58
home1_59IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Was the family member sad, down or depressed? (alternative caregiver)1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_59
home1_60IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This person seems to have an inappropriate relationship with the target child (e.g., parent dependent on child, ignored or condoned major behavior problems)1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_60
home1_61IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This person seemed to enjoy parenting1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_61
home1_62IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This person seemed generally accepting of the target child1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_62
home1_63IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This person seemed socially skilled (e.g., able to relate to people, to sustain support networks (friends) and to generally get along with others)1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_63
home1_64IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This person seemed to have a conforming rather than a deviant social attitude1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_64
home1_65IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This parent seemed antisocial (involved in behavior that might lead to arrest)1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_65
home1_66IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This parent supervises the child carefully (knows where and what the child is up to)1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_66
home1_67IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This parent disciplines the child appropriately1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_67
home1_68IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This parent has good family problem solving skills1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_68
home1_69IntegerRecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: This parent positively reinforces the child1::5;-99;88;771= Not at all ; 2= Hardly or a little ; 3= Somewhat ; 4= Mostly or quite a bit ; 5= Very much; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_69
home1_70String800RecommendedThe parent/primary caregiver: Did anything unusual occur?home2_70
home1_71IntegerRecommendedHome environment appears safe and free of obvious hazards.1::4;-99;77;881= Not at all true ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_71
home1_72IntegerRecommendedPhysical environment allows free movement (is not too cramped/restricted)1::4;-99;77;881= Not at all true ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_72
home1_73IntegerRecommendedBasic hygiene appears to be observed.1::4;-99;77;881= Not at all true ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_73
home1_74IntegerRecommendedHouse is somewhat tidy (some effort to pick things up)1::4;-99;77;881= Not at all true ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_74
home1_75IntegerRecommendedHouse is uncomfortably dirty1::4;-99;77;881= Not at all true ; 2= Hardly true ; 3= Somewhat true ; 4= Very true ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_75
home1_76aIntegerRecommendedDoes the environment immediately outside the home (yard, patio, entryway or porch and stairs) have any of the following Unlit entrance or stairway1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_76a
home1_76bIntegerRecommendedDoes the environment immediately outside the home (yard, patio, entryway or porch and stairs) have any of the following Broken steps1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_76b
home1_76cIntegerRecommendedDoes the environment immediately outside the home (yard, patio, entryway or porch and stairs) have any of the following Broken glass or broken toys1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_76c
home1_76dIntegerRecommendedDoes the environment immediately outside the home (yard, patio, entryway or porch and stairs) have any of the following Large ditches1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_76d
home1_76eIntegerRecommendedDoes the environment immediately outside the home (yard, patio, entryway or porch and stairs) have any of the following Alcohol or drug paraphernalia1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_76e
home1_76fIntegerRecommendedDoes the environment immediately outside the home (yard, patio, entryway or porch and stairs) have any of the following Strewn garbage/litter1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_76f
home1_77aIntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Peeling paint, needs paint job1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_77a
home1_77bIntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Crumbling or damaged walls1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_77b
home1_77cIntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Broken or cracked windows1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_77c
home1_78IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? How would you best describe the home or building?1::7;-2;-99;77;881= An apartment building ; 2= One family (detached) home ; 3= Two family home, duplex ; 4= Mobile home, trailer ; 5= Row house, town house ; 6= Three or more unit apartment complexes ;7= Other ; -2, -2 Not observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_78
home1_78aString150RecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Describe 'Other'home2_78a
home1_79IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? How would you rate the condition of the street in front of the respondent's home?1::4;-2;-99;77;881= Very good: recent resurfacing, smooth ; 2= Moderate:evidence street kept in good repair ; 3= Fair:minor repairs needed, but not rough surface ; 4= Poor:potholes and other evidence of neglect ; -2, -2 Not observed; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_79
home1_80IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Do the interior common areas of the building (examples: entrance, foyer, hallways) contain open cracks or holes in walls or ceiling?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_80
home1_81IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Do the interior common areas of the building (examples: entrance, foyer, hallways) contain holes in floor?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_81
home1_82IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Do the interior common areas of the building (examples: entrance, foyer, hallways) contain broken plaster or peeling paint over one square foot?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_82
home1_83IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Do the interior common areas of the building (examples: entrance, foyer, hallways) contain exposed wires?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_83
home1_84IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Were there any broken windows or cracked windowpanes?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_84
home1_85IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Was the wiring in the apartment or house exposed?1::3;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; 3= No electrical wiring ; -2, -2 Not observed; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_85
home1_86IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Did the housing unit contain open cracks or holes in the walls or ceiling?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_86
home1_87IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Did the housing unit contain holes in the floor?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_87
home1_88IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Did the housing unit contain broken plaster or peeling paint over 1 square foot or more?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_88
home1_89IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Was the inside of the home dark?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_89
home1_90IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Was the inside of the home crowded?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_90
home1_91IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Were all visible rooms of the house/apartment noticeably cluttered?1::4;-2;-99;77;881= Almost none ; 2= Yes, but not a lot ; 3= Yes quite a bit ; 4= Yes, almost everywhere ; -2= -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_91
home1_92IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Were all visible rooms of the house/apartment dirty or not reasonably cleaned?1::4;-2;-99;77;881= Almost none ; 2= Yes, but not a lot ; 3= Yes quite a bit ; 4= Yes, almost everywhere ; -2= -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_92
home1_93IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Was the environment inside the home unsafe for young children?1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2=Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_93
home1_94String15RecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Please check all hazardous conditions you observed1::11;-2;-99;77;881= Frayed electrical wires ; 2= Mice or rats ; 3= Broken glass ;4= Poisonous substances within reach of children ; 5= Falling plaster ; 6= Broken stairs ; 7= Peeling paint ; 8= Cleaning materials left out ; 9= Flames and heath within reach of young children; 10=0 Weapons (guns or knives) within reach of children ; 11=1 Other (specify) ; -2, -2 Not observed ;-99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_94
home1_94aString150RecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Describe 'Other'home2_94a
home1_95IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Did you observe any youth's artwork or photographs of household children on display in the home (examples: artwork or photos on the refrigerator or on walls)1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_95
home1_96IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Was the house or apartment overly noisy from noise in the house? (examples: television, shouts of children, radio)1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_96
home1_97IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Was the house or apartment overly noisy from noise outside the house? (examples: train, cars, people, music)1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_97
home1_98IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? Were there obvious signs of recent alcohol or non-prescription drug consumption inside the home? (examples: drug paraphernalia, beer cans, liquor bottles)1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_98
home1_99IntegerRecommendedDoes the exterior of the building have any of the following? At least 10 books were present and visible in the household.1;2;-2;-99;77;881= Yes ; 2= No ; -2, -2 Not Observed ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missinghome2_99
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