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Insight and Treatment Attitudes Questionnaire

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Insight and Treatment Attitudes Questionnaire

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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/projectCATIEID, id
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
visitidIntegerRecommendedMetaTrial Visit IDSystem variable: unique code for each type of visit -use to merge files
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
truncvisIntegerRecommendedTruncated Visit NumberCreated variable: provides a numeric visit number for all visits, including unscheduled and end of phase
phase_ctString20RecommendedCurrent Phase. Phase patient was in at the time of the assessment Phase 4 refers to the follow-up phase.Pre-Rand; Phase 1/1A; Phase 2; Phase 3; Phase 4; Phase 1B; Open-Choice Phase; Screening; Phase 1
visdayIntegerRecommendedNumber of days from study baseline to date of visit
itaq01IntegerRecommendedHave you at any time had mental (nerve, worry) problems that were different from most other people's?0::20=The patient states that no problems existed and that treatment was completely unnecessary, or gives nonsensical answers; 1=The patient acknowledges only anxiety, sleep disturbances, arguing, or being upset, and elieves that treatment may not have been necessary; or states that he/she went along with treatment because important others felt he/she was ill and should be treated; 2=The patient acknowledges the presence of delusional beliefs, hallucinatory experiences or disorganized thoughts, and views these as serious problems which required substantial intervention
itaq02IntegerRecommendedHave you at any time needed treatment (hospitalization or outpatient care) for mental problems?0::20=The patient states that no problems existed and that treatment was completely unnecessary, or gives nonsensical answers; 1=The patient acknowledges only anxiety, sleep disturbances, arguing, or being upset, and elieves that treatment may not have been necessary; or states that he/she went along with treatment because important others felt he/she was ill and should be treated; 2=The patient acknowledges the presence of delusional beliefs, hallucinatory experiences or disorganized thoughts, and views these as serious problems which required substantial intervention
itaq03IntegerRecommendedDo you now have mental (nerve, worry) problems?0::20=The patient believes there never were any problems, there are no problems now, and there is certainly no need for treatment; 1= The patient states that all problems which had been present are now completely gone, and that there is no more need for concern. He or she is unclear as to why treatment is continuing but willing to go along if told to do so by his/her family or physician; 2=The patient acknowledges that some psychopathology is still present, or if symptoms have cleared, that the illness has been controlled but not completely cured. He or she views recovery as the happy result of successful treatment.
itaq04IntegerRecommendedDo you now need treatment (hospitalization or outpatient care) for mental problems?0::20 = The patient believes there never were any problems, there are no problems now, and there is certainly no need for treatment; 1= The patient states that all problems which had been present are now completely gone, and that there is no more need for concern. He or she is unclear as to why treatment is continuing but willing to go along if told to do so by his/her family or physician; 2=The patient acknowledges that some psychopathology is still present, or if symptoms have cleared, that the illness has been controlled but not completely cured. He or she views recovery as the happy result of successful treatment.
itaq05IntegerRecommendedIs it possible that in the future you may have mental (nerve, worry) problems?0::20=The patient assures us that there will be no mental problems in his/her future, and that maintenance treatment is completely unnecessary; 1=The patient is unsure about the possibility of relapse or the need for maintenance treatment, but will participate if told to do so by his/her family or physician; 2=The patient is aware that schizophrenia is a chronic illness, like diabetes or hypertension, and that maintenance treatment, including attendance at outpatient follow-up appointments is required to prevent relapse
itaq06IntegerRecommendedWill you in the future need continued treatment (outpatient care or, possibly, hospitalization) for mental problems?0::20=The patient assures us that there will be no mental problems in his/her future, and that maintenance treatment is completely unnecessary; 1=The patient is unsure about the possibility of relapse or the need for maintenance treatment, but will participate if told to do so by his/her family or physician; 2=The patient is aware that schizophrenia is a chronic illness, like diabetes or hypertension, and that maintenance treatment, including attendance at outpatient follow-up appointments is required to prevent relapse
itaq07IntegerRecommendedHave you at any time needed to take medications for mental problems (nerves or worry)?0::20 =The patient believes that medications have not been indicated, and certainly are not required in the future; 1= The patient states that medications were helpful in relieving anxieties, improving sleep, or diminishing irritability. He/she is unsure as to whether medications will be required on a regular basis in the future; 2=The patient views antipsychotic medications as having favorable therapeutic effects in alleviating delusions, hallucinations, or disorganized thoughts, and states that continued treatment will be required to prevent a recurrence of these symptoms.
itaq08IntegerRecommendedDo you now need to take medications for mental problems?0::20 =The patient believes that medications have not been indicated, and certainly are not required in the future; 1= The patient states that medications were helpful in relieving anxieties, improving sleep, or diminishing irritability. He/she is unsure as to whether medications will be required on a regular basis in the future; 2=The patient views antipsychotic medications as having favorable therapeutic effects in alleviating delusions, hallucinations, or disorganized thoughts, and states that continued treatment will be required to prevent a recurrence of these symptoms.
itaq09IntegerRecommendedWill you in the future need to take medications for mental problems?0::20 =The patient believes that medications have not been indicated, and certainly are not required in the future; 1= The patient states that medications were helpful in relieving anxieties, improving sleep, or diminishing irritability. He/she is unsure as to whether medications will be required on a regular basis in the future; 2=The patient views antipsychotic medications as having favorable therapeutic effects in alleviating delusions, hallucinations, or disorganized thoughts, and states that continued treatment will be required to prevent a recurrence of these symptoms.
itaq10IntegerRecommendedWill you take the medications?0::20 = The patient states that the medications are unnecessary and do no good, and that he/she will not take them; 1= The patient states that he/she probably will take medications after discharge because they help him/her to sleep or because his/her family or physician tell him/her to; 2=The patient states that he/she will take medications after discharge because he/she has a chronic psychiatric illness that the medication controls (or prevents relapse).
itaq11IntegerRecommendedDo the medications do you any good?0::20 = The patient states that the medications are unnecessary and do no good, and that he/she will not take them; 1= The patient states that he/she probably will take medications after discharge because they help him/her to sleep or because his/her family or physician tell him/her to; 2=The patient states that he/she will take medications after discharge because he/she has a chronic psychiatric illness that the medication controls (or prevents relapse).
itaq_tsIntegerRecommendedITAQ Total Score20% missing data rule applied: Sum of ITAQ01-ITAQ11
phaseIntegerRecommendedPhase9 =follow up
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baselinedate
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesiteid
substancIntegerRecommendedAn imbalance of certain substances in my brain is the cause of my problem1::6;9;9991 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Agree;5 = Strongly Agree;6 = Very Strongly Agree; 9=Unknown; 999=Skipped
attitudeIntegerRecommendedPessimistic attitudes about many things are a cause of my problems1::6;9;9991 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Agree;5 = Strongly Agree;6 = Very Strongly Agree; 9=Unknown; 999=Skipped
stressIntegerRecommendedStressful or painful things that have happened are a cause of my problems.1::6;9;9991 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Agree;5 = Strongly Agree;6 = Very Strongly Agree; 9=Unknown; 999=Skipped
blueIntegerRecommendedThe cause of my problems comes from "out of the blue1::6;9;9991 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Agree;5 = Strongly Agree;6 = Very Strongly Agree; 9=Unknown; 999=Skipped
illness_emoIntegerRecommendedAn illness which affects me emotionally instead of physically is a caue of my problems1::6;9;9991 = Very Strongly Disagree;2 = Strongly Disagree;3 = Disagree;4 = Agree;5 = Strongly Agree;6 = Very Strongly Agree; 9=Unknown; 999=Skipped
treatmtIntegerRecommendedDo you have a preference for which treatment you receive in this study?1::3;9991 = Medication only;2 = Combined medication and psychotherapy;3 = No preference ; 999=Skipped
preferIntegerRecommendedTreatment: Strength of preference1::4;9;9991 = No preference;2 = Mild;3 = Moderate;4 = Very strong ;9= Unknown; 999=Skipped
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
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