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Family Adaptability and Cohesion Evaluation Scales II

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
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.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baseline
faces1IntegerRecommendedFamily members are supportive of each other during difficult times.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces2IntegerRecommendedIn our family, it is easy for everyone to express his/her opinion.1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces3IntegerRecommendedIt is easier to discuss problems with people outside the family than with other family members1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces4IntegerRecommendedEach family member has input regarding major family decisions1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces5IntegerRecommendedOur family gathers together in the same room1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces6IntegerRecommendedChildren have a say in their discipline1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces7IntegerRecommendedOur family does things together1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces8IntegerRecommendedFamily members discuss problems and feel good about the solutions1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces9IntegerRecommendedIn our family, everyone goes his/her own way1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces10IntegerRecommendedWe shift household responsibilities from person to person1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces11IntegerRecommendedFamily members know each other's close friends1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces12IntegerRecommendedIt is hard to know what the rules are in our family1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces13IntegerRecommendedFamily members consult other family members on personal decisions1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces14IntegerRecommendedFamily members say what they want1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces15IntegerRecommendedWe have difficulty thinking of things to do as a family1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces16IntegerRecommendedIn solving problems, the children's suggestions are followed1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces17IntegerRecommendedFamily members feel very close to each other1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces18IntegerRecommendedDiscipline is fair in our family1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces19IntegerRecommendedFamily members feel closer to people outside the family than to other family members1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces20IntegerRecommendedOur family tries new ways of dealing with problems1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces21IntegerRecommendedFamily members go along with what the family decides to do1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces22IntegerRecommendedIn our family, everyone shares responsibilities1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces23IntegerRecommendedFamily members like to spend their free time with each other1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces24IntegerRecommendedIt is difficult to get a rule changed in our family1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces25IntegerRecommendedFamily members avoid each other at home1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces26IntegerRecommendedWhen problems arise, we compromise1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces27IntegerRecommendedWe approve of each other's friends1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces28IntegerRecommendedFamily members are afraid to say what is on their minds1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces29IntegerRecommendedFamily members pair up rather than do things as a total family1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
faces30IntegerRecommendedFamily members share interests and hobbies with each other1::51=Almost Never; 2=Once in a While; 3=Sometimes; 4=Frequently; 5=Almost Always
face_adpIntegerRecommendedFamily Adaptability Scale
face_cohIntegerRecommendedFamily Cohesion Scale
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