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Home Situations Questionnaire

hsq

01

Defined by Dr Sukhodolsky lab at Yale Child Study Center

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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 fieldinterviewyear
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
respondentString20RequiredRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
respondent_other_specifyString50RecommendedRespondent: Other (specify)
hsq_1IntegerRecommended1. While playing alone0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_2IntegerRecommended2. While playing with other children0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_3IntegerRecommended3. At mealtimes0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_4IntegerRecommended4. Getting dressed0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_5IntegerRecommended5. Washing and bathing0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_6IntegerRecommended6. While you are on the telephone0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_7IntegerRecommended7. While child is watching television0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_8IntegerRecommended8. When visitors are in your home0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_9IntegerRecommended9. When you are visiting someone's home0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_10IntegerRecommended10. In public places (restaurants, stores)0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_11IntegerRecommended11. When father (other caregiver) is home0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_12IntegerRecommended12. When asked to do chores0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_13IntegerRecommended13. When asked to do homework0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_14IntegerRecommended14. At bedtime0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_15IntegerRecommended15. While in the car0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_16IntegerRecommended16. When with a babysitter0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_17IntegerRecommended17. Getting up in the morning0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_18IntegerRecommended18. Response to household rules (e.g., caring for toys or personal possessions)0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_19IntegerRecommended19. Getting ready to go to school0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_20IntegerRecommended20. When going to and from school, including behavior in bus or car0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_21IntegerRecommended21. When asked to move from one activity to another0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_22IntegerRecommended22. When there is an unexpected change in a daily routine0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_23IntegerRecommended23. Attending a large group event (e.g., party, sports event)0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_24IntegerRecommended24. When repetitive behavior is interrupted0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_25IntegerRecommended25. When taken to a necessary appointment (e.g., doctor, dentist, barber)0::9; 9990=no, 1=mild; 2=mild; 3=mild; 4=moderate; 5=moderate; 6=moderate; 7=severe; 8=severe; 9=severe
hsq_situations_totalIntegerRequiredSum of problem settings0::25; 999sum of items 1-25
hsq_severity_totalIntegerRequiredSum of severity scores0::225; 999
hsq_severity_meanFloatRequiredMean of severity scores0::9; 999total severity score divided by 25
daysrzIntegerRecommendeddays since randomization
visnumFloatRecommendedNumeric Visit Number-1.5 = Pre-Screening; -1 = Screening; 0 = Baseline; ## = Visit ## (from 1 to 10); Whole numbers = standard monthly visits; #.001 - #.009 = Unscheduled; #.1 = End of Phase 1; #.2 = End of Phase 2; #.3 = End of Phase 3; #.4 = End of Open Choice Phase; #.5 = End of Study; #.6 = Genetic Analysis; 1000=all visits
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
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