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Kennerley Blues 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/projectstepid
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
daysconsIntegerRecommendeddays since consent
tearIntegerRecommendedtearful feelings0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
tearchIntegerRecommendedfeeling tearful1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
mtenseIntegerRecommendedmentally tense0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
mtensechIntegerRecommendedfeeling mentally tense1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
aconcIntegerRecommendedable to concentrate0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
aconcchIntegerRecommendedfeeling able to concentrate1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
spiritIntegerRecommendedlow spirited0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
spiritchIntegerRecommendedfeeling low spirited1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
elatedIntegerRecommendedelated feelings0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
elatedchIntegerRecommendedfeeling elated1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
helpIntegerRecommendedhelpless0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
helpchIntegerRecommendedfeeling helpless1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
sfeelIntegerRecommendeddifficult to show your feeling0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
sfeelchIntegerRecommendedfeeling difficult to show feel1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
alertIntegerRecommendedalert feelings0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
alertchIntegerRecommendedfeeling alert1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
muddleIntegerRecommendedforgetful muddled0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
muddlechIntegerRecommendedfeeling forgetful muddled1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
anxsIntegerRecommendedanxious feelings0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
anxschIntegerRecommendedfeeling anxious1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
wishIntegerRecommendedwishing you were alone0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
wishchIntegerRecommendedfeeling wishing you were alone1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
mrelaxIntegerRecommendedmentally relaxed0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
mrelaxchIntegerRecommendedfeeling mentally relaxed1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
broodIntegerRecommendedbrooding on things0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
broodchIntegerRecommendedfeeling brooding on things1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
fsorryIntegerRecommendedfeeling sorry for yourself0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
fsorrychIntegerRecommendedfeeling sorry1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
fnumbIntegerRecommendednumb without feelings0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
fnumbchIntegerRecommendedfeeling emotionally numb1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
deprIntegerRecommendeddepressed0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
deprchIntegerRecommendedfeeling depressed1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
oemotIntegerRecommendedover emotional0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
oemotchIntegerRecommendedfeeling over emotional1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
happychIntegerRecommendedfeeling happy1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
confIntegerRecommendedconfident0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
confchIntegerRecommendedfeeling confident1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
chspirIntegerRecommendedchangeable in your spirits0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
chspirchIntegerRecommendedfeeling changeable in spirits1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
ftiredIntegerRecommendedtired0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
ftiredchIntegerRecommendedfeeling tired1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
irritIntegerRecommendedirritability0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
irritchIntegerRecommendedfeeling irritable1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
cryIntegerRecommendedcrying being able to stop0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
crychIntegerRecommendedfeeling no stop crying1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
livelyIntegerRecommendedlively0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
livelychIntegerRecommendedfeeling lively1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
osensIntegerRecommendedover sensitive0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
osenschIntegerRecommendedfeeling over sensitive1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
upmoodIntegerRecommendedup and down in your mood0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
upmoodchIntegerRecommendedfeeling up down in your mood1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
rlessIntegerRecommendedrestless feelings0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
rlesschIntegerRecommendedfeeling restless1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
calmIntegerRecommendedcalm tranquil0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refused
calmchIntegerRecommendedfeeling calm tranquil1::5;-71=Much less than usual; 2=Less than usual; 3=No different; 4=More than usual; 5=Much more than usual; -7=Refused
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesite_id, siteid
happyfIntegerRecommendedhappy feelings0;1;-70=No; 1=Yes; -7=Refusedhappy
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  • Description: A basic description
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