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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, newid
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
dema9IntegerRecommendedDid you earn a high school diploma or GED?0;10=No; 1=Yeses1a
es1a_spIntegerRecommendedSpecify High school diploma or GED1;21 = High school diploma;2 = GED
es1bIntegerRecommendedDo you have College degree0;10=No; 1=Yes (specify)
es1b_spIntegerRecommendedSpecify College degree1::51 = Associates;2 = Bachelors;3 = Masters;4 = PhD;5 = Doctor of Medicine
es1cIntegerRecommendedDo you have Certificate of technical training0;10=No; 1=Yes (specify)
es1c_spIntegerRecommendedSpecify Certificate of technical training1::71 = Automotive;2 = Electrical;3 = Plumbing;4 = Construction;5 = Computer Technology;6 = Beauty / Hairstyling / Cosmetology;7 = Other (Specify)
es1dIntegerRecommendedDo you have any other type of certificate0;10=No; 1=Yes (specify)
es2IntegerRecommendedAre you now in school or attending any classes0;10=No; 1=Yes
es3aIntegerRecommendedSchool to obtain High school diploma or GED0;10=No; 1=Yes (specify)
es3a_spIntegerRecommendedSpecify High school diploma or GED1;21 = High school diploma;2 = GED
es3bIntegerRecommendedSchool to obtain College degree0;10=No; 1=Yes (specify)
es3b_spIntegerRecommendedSpecify College degree1::51 = Associates;2 = Bachelors;3 = Masters;4 = PhD;5 = Doctor of Medicine
es3cIntegerRecommendedSchool to obtain Certificate of technical training0;10=No; 1=Yes
es3c_spIntegerRecommendedSpecify Certificate of technical training1::71 = Automotive;2 = Electrical;3 = Plumbing;4 = Construction;5 = Computer Technology;6 = Beauty / Hairstyling / Cosmetology;7 = Other
es3dIntegerRecommendedSchool to obtain any other type of certificate0;10=No; 1=Yes
es5IntegerRecommendedWhich of the following best describe where you are now in your program? Would you say1::41 = Just started (for example your first semester or quarter or month or two);2 = Early (not yet half way done);3 = Late (over half way done);4 = Nearly finished (within a semester or quarter or month or two)
es6IntegerRecommendedWhich of these statements describe how well your performance has been in this program1::41 = I am doing very well.;2 = I am doing okay.;3 = I am not doing well.;4 =I am doing poorly.
es7aIntegerRecommendedAre you currently involved in Sports0;10=No; 1=Yes
es7bIntegerRecommendedAre you currently involved in Clubs0;10=No; 1=Yes
sni_11IntegerRecommendedAre you currently involved in regular volunteer work0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo1IntegerRecommendedHave you had a job since the last interview0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo2IntegerRecommendedHave you filled out a job application or spoken with a prospective employer since the last interview0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo3IntegerRecommendedHow many jobs have you had since the last interview
eo4IntegerRecommendedAre you currently working at a job or business for pay0;10=No; 1=Yeswi6a
mw_j1aString250RecommendedJob 1 nameeo5_sp_recode, wi4
eo8_sp_recodeString100RecommendedJob duties
eo8a_sp_recodeString100RecommendedJob employerwi6e
eo8b_sp_recodeString100Recommendedjob category
eomonthsstartIntegerRecommendedMonths Since Baseline for Job Startwi5_months
eomonthsendIntegerRecommendedMonths Since Baseline for Job Endwi6_months
eo7aIntegerRecommendedMonths Since Baseline for Job End - currently working11=Currently working
eo8a1IntegerRecommendedName of org/company you work/ed for - casual labor/self-employed0;11=Casual labor/self-employed; 0=nowi6d1
eo9FloatRecommendedWhat is/was your hourly wagewi7
eo10IntegerRecommendedWho writes/wrote your paycheck or pays/paid your wages1::3;911 = The employer;2 = A mental health or rehabilitation agency;3 = Casual labor/self-employed;91 = Someone elsewi8
eo11IntegerRecommendedAny person who supervises/supervised your work an employee of a mental health or rehabilitation agency0;1;30 = No;1 = Yes; 3 = Casual labor/self-employedwi9
eo12IntegerRecommendedJob reserved only for people who get services from a mental health or rehabilitation agency0;10=No; 1=Yeswi10
eo13IntegerRecommendedJob could have been taken by anybody who applied for it and was qualified including someone who does not have a disability0;1;30 = No;1 = Yes; 3 = Casual labor/self-employedwi11
eo14IntegerRecommendedDoes/Did this job have a time limit to it? Is/Was it only temporary?0;1;30 = No;1 = Yes; 3 = Casual labor/self-employedwi12
eo15IntegerRecommendedDescribe what is meant by being time limited. Is/Was this a seasonal jobor a transitional job of some kind1::31 = Seasonal job;2 = Transitional job;3 = Other job (specify)wi13
wi13_spString100Recommended{Is/Was} this a seasonal jobor a transitional job of some kind (specify)
eo16IntegerRecommendedWas this your main job since the last interview?0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo17IntegerRecommendedDid anyone help you get this job?0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo18IntegerRecommendedWho helped you? Was it1::31 = Someone from The Connection Program;2 = Someone from another vocational program;3 = Someone else
eo19IntegerRecommendedHow many hours per day do/did you usually workwi15
eo20IntegerRecommendedHow many days per week do/did you usually workwi16
eo21IntegerRecommendedHow many weeks per month do/did you usually workwi17
eo22FloatRecommendedAbout how much do/did you earn at this jobwi19
eo22_unIntegerRecommendedAbout how much do/did you earn at this job - unitof time10::17;9110 = Every hour;11 = Every day;12 = Every week;13 = Every two weeks;14 = Twice a month;15 = Every month;16 = Every quarter;17 = Every year;91 = Otherwi19_un
eo23IntegerRecommendedIs that before or after taxes and other deductions are taken out1;21 = Before taxes; 2 = After taxeswi20
eo24aIntegerRecommendedAre/Were the following benefits available to you at your job-medical insurance0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo24bIntegerRecommendedAre/Were the following benefits available to you at your job-vacation leave0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo24cIntegerRecommendedAre/Were the following benefits available to you at your job-sick leave0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo24dIntegerRecommendedAre/Were the following benefits available to you at your job-any other benefits0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo25aIntegerRecommendedI feel good about this job1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25bIntegerRecommendedThis job is worthwhile1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25cIntegerRecommendedThe working conditions are good1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25dIntegerRecommendedI have a fairly good chance for promotion in this job1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25eIntegerRecommendedThis is a dead-end job1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25fIntegerRecommendedMy co-workers help me to like this job more1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25gIntegerRecommendedI am happy with the amount this job pays1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25hIntegerRecommendedThe vacation time and other benefits on this job are okay1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25iIntegerRecommendedI need more money than this job pays1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25jIntegerRecommendedThis job does not provide the medical coverage I need1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25kIntegerRecommendedMy supervisor is fair1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25lIntegerRecommendedMy supervisor is hard to please1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25mIntegerRecommendedMy supervisor praises me when I do my job well1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25nIntegerRecommendedMy supervisor is difficult to get along with1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25oIntegerRecommendedMy supervisor recognizes my efforts1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25pIntegerRecommendedMy co-workers are easy to get along with1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25qIntegerRecommendedMy co-workers are lazy1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25rIntegerRecommendedMy co-workers are unpleasant1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25sIntegerRecommendedMy co-workers don't like me1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25tIntegerRecommendedI want to quit this job1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25uIntegerRecommendedI often feel tense on the job1::4; 8;91 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree; 8 = Not Applicable; 9 = Missing
eo25vIntegerRecommendedI don't know what's expected of me on this job1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo25wIntegerRecommendedI feel physically worn out at the end of the day1::41 = Strongly Agree;2 = Somewhat Agree;3 = Somewhat Disagree;4 = Strongly Disagree
eo26IntegerRecommendedWhat was the main reason this job ended1::61 = Quit;2 = Fired; 3 = Laid off;4 = Time limited job such as seasonal or temporary job; 5 = Reassigned to another job;6 = Other
eo27aIntegerRecommendedWhat could have made this a better job experience for you-A more flexible schedule0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo27bIntegerRecommendedWhat could have made this a better job experience for you-Additional supports from mental health or vocational staff0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo27cIntegerRecommendedWhat could have made this a better job experience for you-Changes in work space or work setting0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo27dIntegerRecommendedWhat could have made this a better job experience for you-More time off0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo27eIntegerRecommendedWhat could have made this a better job experience for you-Anything else0;10=No; 1=Yes
eo28IntegerRecommendedWould you like to have a different paying job now in the community0;10=No; 1=Yes
meaneo25FloatRecommendedMean of - How you felt about your job EO25A EO25W
jobIntegerRecommendedJob number sequenceof jobs in past 6 months
jobseqIntegerRecommendedJob number sequenceof jobs in past 2 years
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baselineeodays, whdays
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visittimept
ewps_4IntegerRecommendedI am self-employed.0;10 = No;1 = Yeswi14
empcurIntegerRecommendedCurrently employed0;1; -99; 77; 880 = No; 1 = Yes; -99= N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedwi3
wi18IntegerRecommendedHow many months per year {do/did} you usually work at this job
surfq3IntegerRecommendedDuring the past month, have you done any kind of volunteer work (such as working at a hospital or a school)?0;10 = No; 1 = Yeswi21
wi6bIntegerRecommendedCurrently working second job0;10 = No;1 = Yes
wi22IntegerRecommendedWhich of following best describes your current work status1::8;911 = Have a job but currently not at work (for instance on a leave of absence or suspended);2 = Looking for work;3 = Keeping house or caregiving;4 = Going to school;5 = Doing volunteer work;6 = In vocational training;7 = Retired;8 = Unable to work;91 = Something else
wi1IntegerRecommendedHave you ever worked at a job or business for pay0;10 = No;1 = Yes
wi2IntegerRecommendedHave you worked at a job or business for pay in the past 2 years0;10 = No;1 = Yes
grades_1IntegerRecommendedBest grade1 :: 14; -991 = A+ (97 or higher); 2 = A (93-96); 3 =A- (90-92); 4 =B+ (87-89); 5 =B (83-89); 6 =B-(80-82); 7 =C+ (77-79); 8 =C(73-76); 9 =C-(70-72); 10 =D+(67-69); 11 =D(63-66); 12 =D-(60-62); 13 =(59 or less); -99 (I prefer not to answer)
grades_2IntegerRecommendedAverage Grade1 :: 14; -991 = A+ (97 or higher); 2 = A (93-96); 3 =A- (90-92); 4 =B+ (87-89); 5 =B (83-89); 6 =B-(80-82); 7 =C+ (77-79); 8 =C(73-76); 9 =C-(70-72); 10 =D+(67-69); 11 =D(63-66); 12 =D-(60-62); 13 =(59 or less); -99 (I prefer not to answer)
grades_3IntegerRecommendedWorst Grade1 :: 14; -991 = A+ (97 or higher); 2 = A (93-96); 3 =A- (90-92); 4 =B+ (87-89); 5 =B (83-89); 6 =B-(80-82); 7 =C+ (77-79); 8 =C(73-76); 9 =C-(70-72); 10 =D+(67-69); 11 =D(63-66); 12 =D-(60-62); 13 =(59 or less); -99 (I prefer not to answer)
grades_4IntegerRecommendedHow confident are you that best/ average/ worst grades are accurate?1 :: 4; -991 =Not Sure; 2 =Somewhat Confident; 3 =Pretty Confident; 4 =Very Confident; -99 = I prefer not to answer
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