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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
its48IntegerRecommendedITS 48) I feel trapped by my responsibilities as this student's teacher1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its49IntegerRecommendedITS 49) I feel that this student negatively affects my ability to enjoy my life outside of school1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its50IntegerRecommendedITS 50) Nothing I do seems to help with this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its51IntegerRecommendedITS 51) I feel that this student adversely affects my ability to enjoy teaching1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its52IntegerRecommendedITS 52) This student rarely does things for me that make me feel good1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its53IntegerRecommendedITS 53) I feel that this student does not like me and does not want to be close to me1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its54IntegerRecommendedITS 54) When I expend energy for this student, I get the feeling that my efforts are not appreciated very much1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its55IntegerRecommendedITS 55) I do not feel as close to or as warmly about this student as I would like1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its56IntegerRecommendedITS 56) This student does things that bother me a great deal1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its57IntegerRecommendedITS 57) This student prevents me from doing what I would like to do with my whole class1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its58IntegerRecommendedITS 58) I feel embarrassed by this student's behavior when I am public1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its59IntegerRecommendedITS 59) Having this student in my class is frustrating1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its60IntegerRecommendedITS 60) Interacting with this student's parents is frustrating1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its61IntegerRecommendedITS 61) I feel that I should be in better control of this student than I am1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its62IntegerRecommendedITS 62) This student makes my school day less enjoyable than I would like1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its63IntegerRecommendedITS 63) I feel that I need more help with this student than I am being provided1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its64IntegerRecommendedITS 64) I have the feeling that I cannot handle this student very well1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its65IntegerRecommendedITS 65) When it comes to this student, I feel that I am not being a very good teacher1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its66IntegerRecommendedITS 66) I feel embarrassed by this student's lack of progress in my class1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its67IntegerRecommendedITS 67) I have doubts about my ability to handle being this student's teacher1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its68IntegerRecommendedITS 68) I am exhausted by the energy it takes to monitor and manage this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its69IntegerRecommendedITS 69) Interacting with this student makes me question my decision to be a teacher1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its70IntegerRecommendedITS 70) I worry that this student will adversely affect the good reputation I have achieved as a teacher1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its71IntegerRecommendedITS 71) I feel that this student would be more successful in my classroom if I were provided with an aide1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its72IntegerRecommendedITS 72) I find myself giving up more time to meet this student's needs than most others in my class1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its73IntegerRecommendedITS 73) Having this student in my class increases the problems I have with other students1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its74IntegerRecommendedITS 74) I feel that I am not doing as well as other teachers with this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its75IntegerRecommendedITS 75) I am intolerant of the challenges this student presents1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its76IntegerRecommendedITS 76) When I am having a problem with student, I do not feel that I can count on the prinicipal (or assistant principal) supporting me1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its77IntegerRecommendedITS 77) I feel frustrated about the way I act and feel toward this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its78IntegerRecommendedITS 78) I wish I had someone to turn for guidance in dealing with this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its79IntegerRecommendedITS 79) It drains my energy to constantly seek and create new ways to teach this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its80IntegerRecommendedITS 80) I feel that I have received much less support/help with this student than I expected1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its81IntegerRecommendedITS 81) I do not feel that I am handling this student as well as other teachers would1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its82IntegerRecommendedITS 82) I feel frustrated that this student is not being successful in my classroom1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its83IntegerRecommendedITS 83) I do not enjoy teaching this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its84IntegerRecommendedITS 84) I feel embarrassed by this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its85IntegerRecommendedITS 85) This student's parents call me to tell me they are unhappy about something I've done with this student1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its86IntegerRecommendedITS 86) I feel harassed by this student's parents1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its87IntegerRecommendedITS 87) This student's parents don't seem concerned about their child's behavior at school1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its88IntegerRecommendedITS 88) I feel this student comes from an unsupportive home situation1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its89IntegerRecommendedITS 89) I am unable to agree with this student's parents about how to best handle the student's problem behavior at school1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
its90IntegerRecommendedITS 90) This student takes my attention away from other students in my class1::5;888;9991=never distressing; 2=rarely distressing; 3=sometimes distressing; 4=often distressing; 5=very distressing; 888=not applicable; 999=missing
itscomptsupprtIntegerRecommendedITS-Sense of Competency/ Need for Support (raw score)888=not applicable; 999=missing
itssatisfteachIntegerRecommendedITS-Loss of Satisfaction From Teaching (raw score)888=not applicable; 999=missing
itsteachprocessIntegerRecommendedITS-Disruption of the Teaching Process (raw score)888=not applicable; 999=missing
itsworkparentsIntegerRecommendedITS-Frustration Working With Parents (raw score)888=not applicable; 999=missing
itstotalteachstressIntegerRequiredINDEX OF TEACHING STRESS (total) (raw score)888=not applicable; 999=missing
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