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Eysenck Scale for Impulsiveness, Venturesomeness and Empathy

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*nimhid
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectptid
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired fieldtestdate
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.age
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visitvisitnum
eysenck1IntegerRecommended1. Would you enjoy water skiing?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck2IntegerRecommended2. Usually do you prefer to stick to brands you know are reliable, to trying new ones on the chance of finding something better?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck3IntegerRecommended3. Would you feel sorry for a lonely stranger?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck4IntegerRecommended4. Do you quite enjoy taking risks?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck5IntegerRecommended5. Do you often get emotionally involved in with your friends' problems0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck6IntegerRecommended6. Would you enjoy parachute jumping?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck7IntegerRecommended7. Do you often buy things on impulse?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck8IntegerRecommended8. Do unhappy people who are sorry for themselves irritate you?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck9IntegerRecommended9. Do you generally do and say things without stopping to think?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck10IntegerRecommended10. Are you inclined to get nervous when others around you seem to be nervous?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck11IntegerRecommended11. Do you often get into a jam because you do things without thinking?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck12IntegerRecommended12. Do you think hitch-hiking is too dangerous a way to travel?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck13IntegerRecommended13. Do you find it silly for people to cry out of happiness?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck14IntegerRecommended14. Do you like diving off the highborard?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck15IntegerRecommended15. Do people you are with have a strong influence on your moods?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck16IntegerRecommended16. Are you an impulsive person?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck17IntegerRecommended17. Do you welcome new and exciting experiences and sensations, even if they are a little frightening and unconventional?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck18IntegerRecommended18. Does it affect you very much when one of you friends seems upset?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck19IntegerRecommended19. Do you usually think carefully before doing anything?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck20IntegerRecommended20. Would you like to learn to fly an aeroplane?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck21IntegerRecommended21. Do you ever get deeply involved with the feeling of a character in a film, play or novel?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck22IntegerRecommended22. Do you often do things on the spur of the moment0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck23IntegerRecommended23. Do you get very upset when you see someone cry?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck24IntegerRecommended24. Do you sometimes find someone else's laughter catching?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck25IntegerRecommended25. Do you mostly speak without thinking things out?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck26IntegerRecommended26. Do you often get involved in things you later wish you could get out of?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck27IntegerRecommended27. Do you get so 'carried away' by new and exciting ideas, that you never think of possible snags?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck28IntegerRecommended28. Do you find it hard to understand people who risk their necks climbing mountains?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck29IntegerRecommended29. Can you make decisions without worrying about other people's feelings?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck30IntegerRecommended30. Do you sometimes like doing things that are a bit frightening?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck31IntegerRecommended31. Do you need to use a lot of self-control to keep out of trouble?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck32IntegerRecommended32. Do you become more irritated than sympathetic when you see someone cry?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck33IntegerRecommended33. Would you agree that almost everything enjoyable is illegal or immoral?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck34IntegerRecommended34. Generally do you prefer to enter cold sea water gradually, to diving or jumping straight in?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck35IntegerRecommended35. Are you often surprised at people's reactions to what you do or say?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck36IntegerRecommended36. Would you enjoy the sensation of skiing very fast down a high mountain slope?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck37IntegerRecommended37. Do you like watching people open presents?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck38IntegerRecommended38. Do you think an evening out is more successful if it is unplanned or arranged at the last moment?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck39IntegerRecommended39. Would you like to go scuba diving?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck40IntegerRecommended40. Would you find it very hard to break bad news to someone?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck41IntegerRecommended41. Would you enjoy fast driving?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck42IntegerRecommended42. Do you usually work quickly, without bothering to check?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck43IntegerRecommended43. Do you often change your interests?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck44IntegerRecommended44. Before making up your mind, do you consider all the advantages and disadvantages?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck45IntegerRecommended45. Can you get very interested in your friends' problems?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck46IntegerRecommended46. Would you like to go pot-holing?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck47IntegerRecommended47. Would you be put off a job involving quite a bit of danger?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck48IntegerRecommended48. Do you prefer to 'sleep on it' before making decisions?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck49IntegerRecommended49. When people shout at you, do you shout back?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck50IntegerRecommended50. Do you feel sorry for very shy people?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck51IntegerRecommended51. Are you happy when you are with a cheerful group and sad when the others are glum?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck52IntegerRecommended52. Do you usually make up your mind quickly?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck53IntegerRecommended53. Can you imagine what it must be like to be very lonely?0;11=True; 0=False
eysenck54IntegerRecommended54. Does it worry you when others are worrying and panicky?0;11=True; 0=False
scoreiIntegerRecommendedImpulsiveness Summary Score
scorevIntegerRecommendedVenturesomeness Summary Score
scoreemIntegerRecommendedEmpathy Summary Scorescoree
jun_eysenck2IntegerRecommendedDo you sometimes get so restless that you cannot sit in a chair long?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck3IntegerRecommendedDo you often long for excitement?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck7IntegerRecommendedWould you like to be a pop star?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck9IntegerRecommendedDo you save regularly?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck11IntegerRecommendedDo you think that people are too bothered about the feelings of animals?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck13IntegerRecommendedWould you prefer an exciting job involving travel and adventure to a more safe secure one?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck16IntegerRecommendedWould you like to run an adventure playground?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck19IntegerRecommendedWould you enjoy gambling?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck31IntegerRecommendedWhen the odds are against you, do you still usually think it worth taking a chance?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck33IntegerRecommendedDo you sometimes break rules on the spur of the moment?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck34IntegerRecommendedDo you go very carefully when you are in unusual situations90;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck35IntegerRecommendedDoes it make you laugh when you see others in your group laughing?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck37IntegerRecommendedAt a fairground, would you prefer to play darts and see sideshows to going on the big dipper and the dodgem cars?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck41IntegerRecommendedWhen a friend starts talking about his or her problems, do you try to change the subject?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck45IntegerRecommendedDb you get bored more easily than most people, doing the same old things90;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck46IntegerRecommendedWould you like to travel to exciting places?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck47IntegerRecommendedCan you understand why some people get upset so easily?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck52IntegerRecommendedWould life with no danger in it be too dull for you?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck53IntegerRecommendedDo you feel more annoyed than sorry for someone who is crying?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck55IntegerRecommendedDo you prefer getting into a swimming pool slowly to diving straight in?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck57IntegerRecommendedDo you get very annoyed if someone keeps you waiting?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck63IntegerRecommendedDo you get very restless if you have to stay around home for any length of time?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck64IntegerRecommendedDo you prefer quiet holidays to exciting adventurous ones?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck65IntegerRecommendedCan you imagine the sadness someone would feel if their pet suddenly died?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck66IntegerRecommendedAre you very keen on sport?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck67IntegerRecommendedWhen you watch a favourite TV program, can you feel with the hero or heroine, when they are sad, happy or angry?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck68IntegerRecommendedDo you like a lot of ketchup and pickles with your food?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck70IntegerRecommendedWould deep sea diving appeal to you?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck71IntegerRecommendedDo you think it is stupid to think animals have the same sort of feelings as we have?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck72IntegerRecommendedDo you sometimes put down the first answer that comes into your head, during a test and forget to check it later?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck73IntegerRecommendedDo you find it hard to give advice to your friends when they ask for it?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck75IntegerRecommendedDo you feel very sorry for children who get bullied a lot?0;11=True; 0=False
jun_eysenck76IntegerRecommendedWould or do you enjoy going to discos?0;11=True; 0=False
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