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Expectancy Rating Questionnaire (ERQ)

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Expectancy Rating Questionnaire

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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/projectcbcl_sss_id, id, patid, pid, record_id, sid_r03
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldcbcl_sss_date, lvdate_r03, txevaluation_date
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.cbcl_sss_age, childage_r03
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Femalecbcl_sss_gender, childgender_r03
comments_miscString4,000RecommendedMiscellaneous comments on study, interview, methodology relevant to this form data
erq_p_1IntegerRecommendedHow logical does this treatment seem to you?1::9; -99; 88; 771 = Not at all logical; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5= Somewhat logical; 6= 6; 7= 7; 8= 8; 9= Very logical; -99= NA; 88 = Missing; 77= Refused;ERQ_PARENT1, ceq_1, ceq_logical, txevaluation_1
erq_p_2IntegerRecommendedAt this point, how successfully do you think this course will be in raising the quality of your /your child functioning1::9; -99; 88; 771= Not at all useful; 2= 2; 3= 3; 4= 4; 5= Somewhat useful; 6= 6; 7= 7; 8= 8; 9= Very useful; -99= NA; 88 = Missing; 77 =Refused;ERQ_PARENT2, ceq_useful, txevaluation_2
erq_p_3IntegerRecommendedHow confident would you be in recommending this treatment to a friend who has a similar problem?1::9; -99; 88; 771 = Not at all confident; 2 = 2; 3 = 3; 4 = 4; 5= Somewhat confident; 6= 6; 7= 7; 8= 8; 9= Very confident; -99= NA; 88 = Missing; 77= Refused;ERQ_PARENT3, ceq_4, ceq_confident, txevaluation_3
erq_p_4IntegerRecommendedHow successful do you think this treatment will be in decreasing other (non-anxiety related) problems your child has?1::9; -99; 88; 771 = not at all ; 2,3,4 ; 5 = somewhat ; 6,7,8; 9 = very muchERQ_PARENT4, cred1
erq_p_5IntegerRecommendedBy the end of the course, how much improvement in your/your child functioning do you think will occur1::9; -99; 88; 770= 0%; 1= 10%;2= 20%; 3= 30%; 4= 40%; 5= 50%; 6= 60%; 7= 70%; 8= 80%; 9= 90%; 10= 100%; -99 =NA; 88 =Missing; 77 = Refused;ERQ_PARENT5, ceq_improvementthink, cred2
erq_selfeIntegerRecommendedHow likely is it you will be able to do what is necessary to make anxiety treatment successful?0::80 = Not at all; 2 = Possibly; 4 = 50/50; 6 = Very likely; 8 = Certainly;selfefficacy_expectancy
erq_outcIntegerRecommendedHow likely is it that your anxiety can be successfully treated0::80 = Not at all; 2 = Possibly; 4 = 50/50; 6 = Very likely; 8 = Certainly;outcome_expectancy
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Siteasite
clinicidIntegerRecommendedClinic IDaclinic
ran002IntegerRecommendedWas the subject randomized?0::3; -90=No; 1=Yes; -9=unknown; 2=No meds; 3=No community carerand
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baselinelos_mini
cred3IntegerRecommendedAt this point, how much do you really feel that treatment will help you to reduce your symptoms?1::91=not at all useful::9=very confidentceq_3, ceq_reduce
cred4IntegerRecommendedBy the end of the treatment period, how much improvement in your symptoms do you really feel will occur?0::100=0%; 1=10%; 2=20%; 3=30%; 4=40%; 5=50%; 6=60%; 7=70%; 8=80%; 9=90%; 10=100%ceq_10, ceq_5, ceq_improvement_feel
txevaluation_4IntegerRecommended4. How important do you think it is that we make this treatment available to others who experience bipolar disorder?1::91=Not at all important; 9=Very important
txevaluation_5IntegerRecommended5. How successful do you believe this treatment would be in decreasing other problems involving tension, anxiety, insomnia, etc.?1::91=Not at all successful; 9=Very successful
oat1IntegerRecommendedHow sensible does this type of treatment seem to you?1 :: 71=Not at all; 2; 3; 4=Somewhat; 5; 6; 7=Extremely
oat2IntegerRecommendedHow confident are you that this treatment will help decrease your depression?1 :: 71=Not at all; 2; 3; 4=Somewhat; 5; 6; 7=Extremely
oat3IntegerRecommendedHow confident would you be to recommend this treatment to a friend who had problems with depression?1 :: 71=Not at all; 2; 3; 4=Somewhat; 5; 6; 7=Extremely
ceq_2IntegerRecommendedHow acceptable does the therapy offered to you seem to treat sleep symptoms?
1::9; -99
On a likert: 1 = not at all acceptable; 2,3,4 ; 5 = somewhat acceptable; 6,7,8; 9 = very acceptable; -99 = missing, omitted or unreadable
ceq_5bIntegerRecommendedHow much did you follow the therapy procedures and recommendations?
0::10; -99; 88; 77
0= 0%; 1= 10%;2= 20%; 3= 30%; 4= 40%; 5= 50%; 6= 60%; 7= 70%; 8= 80%; 9= 90%; 10= 100%; -99 =NA; 88 =Missing; 77 = Refused;
ceq_6IntegerRecommendedDo you consider that you still suffer from depression?
1::9; -99
On a likert: 1 = not at all ; 2,3,4 ; 5 = somewhat ; 6,7,8; 9 = very much; -99 = missing, omitted or unreadable
ceq_7IntegerRecommendedDo you think that you would need an additional treatment for depression?
1::9; -99
On a likert: 1 = not at all ; 2,3,4 ; 5 = somewhat ; 6,7,8; 9 = very much; -99 = missing, omitted or unreadable
ceq_8IntegerRecommendedHow satisfied are you with the treatment you received?
1::9; -99
On a likert: 1 = not at all satisfied; 2,3,4 ; 5 = somewhat satisfied; 6,7,8; 9 = very satisfied; -99 = missing, omitted or unreadable
ceq_9IntegerRecommendedHow would you rate the relationship between you and your therapist?
1::9; -99
On a likert: 1 = not very good; 2,3,4 ; 5 = somewhat good; 6,7,8; 9 = very good; -99 = missing, omitted or unreadable
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