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Kiddie-Sads ODD

ksads_odd

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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_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.
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
ksads_odd_temper_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Loses Temper Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_temper_1b, k2sads_odd_temper_1c, k2sads_odd_temper_1p, ksads_odd_temper_1c, ksads_odd_temper_1p
ksads_odd_argue_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Argues with Adults Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_argue_1b, k2sads_odd_argue_1c, k2sads_odd_argue_1p, ksads_odd_argue_1c, ksads_odd_argue_1p
ksads_odd_defiant_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Disobeys Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_defiant_1b, k2sads_odd_defiant_1c, k2sads_odd_defiant_1p, ksads_odd_defiant_1c, ksads_odd_defiant_1p
ksads_odd_annoyoth_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Annoys Others on Purpose Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_annoyoth_1b, k2sads_odd_annoyoth_1c, k2sads_odd_annoyoth_1p, ksads_odd_annoyoth_1c, ksads_odd_annoyoth_1p
ksads_odd_blame_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Blames Others Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_blame_1b, k2sads_odd_blame_1c, k2sads_odd_blame_1p, ksads_odd_blame_1c, ksads_odd_blame_1p
ksads_odd_annoy_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Easily Annoyed Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_annoy_1b, k2sads_odd_annoy_1c, k2sads_odd_annoy_1p, ksads_odd_annoy_1c, ksads_odd_annoy_1p
ksads_odd_angry_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Angry or Resentful Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_angry_1b, k2sads_odd_angry_1c, k2sads_odd_angry_1p, ksads_odd_angry_1c, ksads_odd_angry_1p
ksads_odd_spite_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Spiteful or Vindictive Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_spite_1b, k2sads_odd_spite_1c, k2sads_odd_spite_1p, ksads_odd_spite_1c, ksads_odd_spite_1p
ksads_odd_30_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Not due to Other Disorder or Substance Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_30_1b, k2sads_odd_30_1c, k2sads_odd_30_1p, ksads_odd_30_1c, ksads_odd_30_1p
ksads_odd_imp_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Clinically Significant Distress or Impairment Current Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_imp_1b, k2sads_odd_imp_1c, k2sads_odd_imp_1p, ksads_odd_imp_1c, ksads_odd_imp_1p
ksads_odd_total_1bIntegerRecommendedODD Total Symptoms Endorsed Current Bestk2sads_odd_total_1b, k2sads_odd_total_1c, k2sads_odd_total_1p, ksads_odd_total_1c, ksads_odd_total_1p
ksads_dx_odd_6moIntegerRecommendedODD Diagnosis Criteria Met Current (last 6 months)0;1;-99;88;770= No ; 1= Yes ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_dx_odd_6mo
ksads_dx_odd_currentIntegerRecommendedODD Diagnosis Criteria Met Current (now)0;1;-99;88;770= No ; 1= Yes ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_dx_odd_current
ksads_dx_odnos_currentIntegerRecommendedODD NOS Diagnosis Criteria Met Current (now)0;1;-99;88;770= No ; 1= Yes ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_dx_odnos_current
ksads_dx_odnos_6moIntegerRecommendedODD NOS Diagnosis Criteria Met Current (last 6 months)0;1;-99;88;770= No ; 1= Yes ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_dx_odnos_6mo
ksads_odd_temper_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Loses Temper Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_temper_2b, k2sads_odd_temper_2c, k2sads_odd_temper_2p, ksads_odd_temper_2c, ksads_odd_temper_2p
ksads_odd_argue_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Argues with Adults Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_argue_2b, k2sads_odd_argue_2c, k2sads_odd_argue_2p, ksads_odd_argue_2c, ksads_odd_argue_2p
ksads_odd_defiant_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Disobeys Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_defiant_2b, k2sads_odd_defiant_2c, k2sads_odd_defiant_2p, ksads_odd_defiant_2c, ksads_odd_defiant_2p
ksads_odd_annoyoth_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Annoys Others on Purpose Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_annoyoth_2b, k2sads_odd_annoyoth_2c, k2sads_odd_annoyoth_2p, ksads_odd_annoyoth_2c, ksads_odd_annoyoth_2p
ksads_odd_blame_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Blames Others Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_blame_2b, k2sads_odd_blame_2c, k2sads_odd_blame_2p, ksads_odd_blame_2c, ksads_odd_blame_2p
ksads_odd_annoy_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Easily Annoyed Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_annoy_2b, k2sads_odd_annoy_2c, k2sads_odd_annoy_2p, ksads_odd_annoy_2c, ksads_odd_annoy_2p
ksads_odd_angry_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Angry or Resentful Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_angry_2b, k2sads_odd_angry_2c, k2sads_odd_angry_2p, ksads_odd_angry_2c, ksads_odd_angry_2p
ksads_odd_spite_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Spiteful or Vindictive Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_spite_2b, k2sads_odd_spite_2c, k2sads_odd_spite_2p, ksads_odd_spite_2c, ksads_odd_spite_2p
ksads_odd_30_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Not due to Other Disorder or Substance Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_30_2b, k2sads_odd_30_2c, k2sads_odd_30_2p, ksads_odd_30_2c, ksads_odd_30_2p
ksads_odd_imp_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Clinically Significant Distress or Impairment Past Best1::3;-99;77;881= Not present ; 2= Sub-threshold ; 3= Present ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_odd_imp_2b, k2sads_odd_imp_2c, k2sads_odd_imp_2p, ksads_odd_imp_2c, ksads_odd_imp_2p
ksads_odd_total_2bIntegerRecommendedODD Total Symptoms Endorsed Past Bestk2sads_odd_total_2b, k2sads_odd_total_2c, k2sads_odd_total_2p, ksads_odd_total_2c, ksads_odd_total_2p
age_onsIntegerRecommendedage of onsetk2sads_odd_age, ksads_odd_age
ksads_dx_odd_pastIntegerRecommendedODD Diagnosis Criteria Met Past0;1;-99;88;770= No ; 1= Yes ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_dx_odd_past
ksads_dx_odnos_pastIntegerRecommendedODD NOS Diagnosis Criteria Met Past0;1;-99;88;770= No ; 1= Yes ;-99=N/A ; 88= Missing ; 77= Refusedk2sads_dx_odnos_past
version_formString100RecommendedForm used
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
s4_adhd_impairment_socialIntegerRecommendedsocial impairment with peers.0 :: 20 = No information; 1 = Not present; 2 = Present
s4_adhd_impairment_familyIntegerRecommendedimpairment with family.0 :: 20 = No information; 1 = Not present; 2 = Present
s4_adhd_impairment_schoolIntegerRecommendedimpairment with school0 :: 20 = No information; 1 = Not present; 2 = Present
respondent_other_specifyString50RecommendedRespondent: Other (specify)
basc_t136IntegerRecommendedUses foul language1::4; 999991=Never; 2=Sometimes; 3=Often; 4=Almost always
od7pceIntegerRecommendedSymptoms duration is 6 months or more0;10= No ; 1= Yes
od9cceIntegerRecommendedEvidence of Precipitant0;10= No ; 1= Yes
od10sceIntegerRecommendedEvidence of Oppositional Defiant Disorder DSM-III-R0;10= No ; 1= Yes
od11sceIntegerRecommendedEvidence of Oppositional Defiant Disorder DSM-IV0;10= No ; 1= Yes
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