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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 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
cmf_symp1_depressiona_1FloatRecommendedDepressed mood most of the day, nearly every day during the same 2 week period0::20=No symptoms, not depressed; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any dysphoria; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms most of the day for >=10/14 days, depressed, dysphoric mood; 1.5=Marked symptoms ; 2=Severe symptom most of the day for >=10/14 days, constant, unremitting intense dysphoria
cmf_symp2_depressionb_2FloatRecommendedMarkedly diminished interest or pleasure in all or almost all activities most of the day, nearly every day during the same 2 week period-2::00 = No symptoms, enjoys activities as usual; -0.25 = Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any decreased interest; -0.5 Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; -1=Moderate symptoms most of the day for >=10/14 days, loss of interest or enjoyment in most things, disinterest, decreased motivation but able to enjoy some activities under favorable conditions; -1.5=Marked symptoms; -2=Severe symptoms most of the day for >=10/14 days, much less interested, emotionally constricted, can't cry, no response to favorable stimuli
cmf_symp3_depression_3FloatRecommendedSignificant weight loss when not dieting or weight gain or decrease or increase in appetite nearly every day during the same 2 week period-2::20=No symptoms, normal appetite, weight; +/-0.25 = Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, mild or rare increase/decrease appetite; ; +/-0.5 Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; +/-1=Moderate symptoms for >=10/14 days, increased consumption, craving food, seeks snacks in addition to usual meals/reduced consumption about 25%, needs encouragement to eat; +/-1.5=Marked symptoms; +/-2=Severe symptoms for >=10/14 days, weight gain/loss > 5lbs in 2 weeks, increase/decrease 50% of normal consumption
cmf_symp4_depression_4FloatRecommendedInsomnia or hypersomnia nearly every day during the same 2 week period-2::20=No symptoms, sleeping normally every night; +/-0.25 = Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any sleep disturbance; +/-0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; +/-1=Moderate symptoms for >=10/14 days, >=1 hr/d deviation from normal duration; -1.5=Marked symptoms; +/-2=Severe symptoms for >=10/14 days, sleep increase/decrease of 50% from normal duration
cmf_symp5_depression_5aFloatRecommendedPsychomotor agitation nearly every day during the same 2 week period0::20=No symptoms, no evidence of motor agitation; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any restlessness, fidgeting, purposeless movement, pacing; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=10/14 days, difficulty remaining still or purposeless movement observed by others; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=10/14 days, pacing, unable to sit still when necessary
cmf_symp6_depression_5bFloatRecommendedPsychomotor retardation nearly every day during the same 2 week period0::20=No symptoms, no evidence of motor, speech, or cognitive slowing; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any subjective slowing of thoughts, speech, or movement or rare objctive evidence of retardation; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=10/14 days, slowness of thought or movement observable by others, increased speech latency; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=10/14 days, impedes function significantly, apparent on interview
cmf_symp7_depression_6FloatRecommendedFatigue or loss of energy nearly every day during the same 2 week period-2::00=No symptoms, usual energy level; -0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, carries out all activities, ocassionally tired, some tasks are harder, more drained than usual; -0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; -1=Moderate symptoms for >=10/14 days, interferes with some activities at work, home, socially, not due to a lack of motivation; -1.5=Marked symptoms; -2=Severe symptoms for >=10/14 days, lethargic, stays in bed
cmf_symp8_depression_7aFloatRecommendedFeelings of excessive or inappropriate guilt nearly every day during the same 2 week period0::20=No symptoms, no excessive self-blame or guilty preoccupation; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any mild, rare self-deprecatory thoughts; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=10/14 days, self-depracatory thoughts not limited to inability to function due to illness, guilt or ruminations over past errors/sinful deeds; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=10/14 days most of the day, self-deprecatory thoughts not limited to inability to function due to illness, guilt or rumination over past errors/sinful deeds
cmf_symp9_depression_7bFloatRecommendedFeelings of worthlessness nearly every day during the same 2 week period-2::00=No symptoms, normal self-esteem/self-confidence; -0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any felt mildly down on self, lacking self-confidence; -0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; -1=Moderate symptoms for >=10/14 days, feels inferior to most others, stops work or social activities due to expectation of failure; -1.5=Marked symptoms; -2=Severe symptoms for >=10/14 days, worthlessness, delusional
cmf_symp10_depression_8FloatRecommendedDiminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness, nearly every day during the same 2 week period-2::00=No symptoms, normal concentration; -0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, rare or limited to unpleasant, very difficult tasks; -0.5=Mild symptom, clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; -1=Moderate symptoms for >=10/14 day, difficult to read or collect thoughts in a conversation, unable to function in role at home/work; -1.5=Marked symptoms; -2=Severe symptoms for >=10/14 days, clear cognitive impairment during casual interaction
cmf_symp11_depression_9FloatRecommendedRecurrent thoughts of death, recurrent suicidal ideation without a specific plan, or a suicide attempt or a specific plan for committing suicide0::20=No symptoms, no suicial ideation; 0.25=Questionable or slight symptoms, rare, fleeting (< 1 minute) thoughts life is not worth living (LNWL) or passive SI (thoughts of death without plan/action/urge to act); 0.5=Mild symptoms, several days fleeting thoughts LNWL, passive SI, or active SI (suicidal thoughts with plan but without action/urge to act) , several days of persistent periods (>= 15 minutes) passive SI; 1=Moderate symptoms, thoughts LNWL most of the day for >10/14 days, persistent periods passive SI for >10/14 days, several days brief period (1-15 minutes) active SI; 1.5=Marked symptoms, persistent periods active SI on > 1 day; 2=Severe symptoms, active SI most of the day for >=10/14 days , any active SI with urges to harm self or self-destructive behavior
cmf_symp12_maniaa_1FloatRecommendedDistinct period of elevated or expansive mood during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no mood elevation or expansiveness; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any elevation/expansiveness not clearly related to events; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=3/7 days, feeling so good, high, excited or optomistic people thought not normal self, abnormally persistently elevated, expansive, euphoric, excessively cheerful, high, "on top of the world" ; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=3/7 days, clearly elated, exalted expressions, marked impairment, psychotic features such as belief in divine powers, hospitalized
cmf_symp13_maniab_2FloatRecommendedDistinct period of irritable mood during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no irritability; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any irritability not clearly related to events; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=3/7 days, clearly abnormal irritability with behavioral manifestations, moderate to severe impairment of functioning; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=3/7 days, marked impairment, psychotic features such as paranoia, hospitalized
cmf_symp14_mania_3FloatRecommendedInflated self-esteem or grandiosity during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no increase in self-esteem; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, some exaggerated sense of abilities; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=4/7 days, clearly inflated estimate of capabilities, actual performance may be increased but assessment excessively positive ; 1.5=Marked symptom; 2=Severe symptoms for >=4/7 days, grossly excessive ideas of worth, abilities, delusional
cmf_symp15_mania_4FloatRecommendedDecreased need for sleep during the same 1 week period-2::00=No symptom, usual need for sleep; -0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any mild decrease, no impact on function; -0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; -1=Moderate symptoms for >= 4/7 days, sleep reduced >=1.5 hrs without impact on next day function; -1.5=Marked symptoms; -2=Severe symptoms for >= 4/7 days, sleep reduced by > 5hrs from usual or sleeping < 2 hrs/day
cmf_symp16_mania_5FloatRecommendedMore talkative than usual or pressure to keep talking during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, normal rate and quantity of speech; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, others note talkative, not out of character/bothersome; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=4/7 days, others complain about excessive talking, uncharacteristically cutting others off, pressured speech (described or observed), conversation seeking, communication reveals more than intended; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=4/7 days, hard for others to get a word in, virtually incessant talking
cmf_symp17_mania_6FloatRecommendedFlight of ideas or subjective experience that thoughts are racing during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no racing thoughts; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any mild fast thinking; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=4/7 days, ideas race, come tumbling out, rapid train of thoughts; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=4/7 days, speech cannot keep up with pressured thoughts
cmf_symp18_mania_7FloatRecommendedDistractibility during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no evidence of distractibility; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, generally able to maintain focus; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=4/7 days, decreased ability to complete tasks due to distractibility, able to complete tasks but requires great effort; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=4/7 days, obvious in most conversations, can't stay on topic to complete most sentences/thoughts
cmf_symp19_maniac_8aFloatRecommendedIncrease in goal directed activity during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no increase in goal directed behavior; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, initiated one or more new projects; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=3/7 days, multiple creative, self-improvement, home projects without external requirements, new projects require commitment of > 8hr/wk or > 5% of income; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=3/7 days, work efffort > 10 hrs/day or require work after 9pm
cmf_symp20_maniac_8bFloatRecommendedIncrease in psychomotor agitation during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no evidence of motor agitation; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, restless, fidgets; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=3/7 days, difficulty remaining still or purposeless movement observed by others; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=3/7 days, pacing, unable to sit still when necessary
cmf_symp21_maniac_8cFloatRecommendedIncreased energy during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no abnormally increased energy; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, slightly more energetic; 0.5=Mild symptoms, little change in activity level but less fatigued than usual; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=3/7 days, hyper and not their normal self, so hyper got into trouble or observed manic behavior, unusual behavior but didn't get into trouble due to not observed, somewhat more active than usual with little or no fatigue; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=3/7 days, much more active than usual, unusually active all day long with little or no fatigue
cmf_symp22_mania_9FloatRecommendedExcessive involvement in pleasurable activities that have a high potential for painful consequences during the same 1 week period0::20=No symptoms, no risk taking; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, any mild risk taking, increased pleasure seeking; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for >=4/7 days, exhibits behavior others would recognize as foolish,risky,excessive, gambling, sex, investments, reckless driving lead to negative consequences, definietely hazardous behavior leads to adverse effects social, sexual, financial, outside of normal risk tolerance; 1.5=Marked symptoms; 2=Severe symptoms for >=4/7 days, extremely hazardous, life-threatening physical, catastrophic financial or social
cmf_symp23_anxietyFloatRecommendedAbnormally anxious during the same 1-2 week period0::20=No symptoms; 0.25=Questionable, slight, or rare symptoms, keyed up tense, restless; 0.5=Mild symptoms clearly present but subthreshold for DSM; 1=Moderate symptoms for ? 4/7 days, keyed up or tense, unusually restless, difficulty concentrating due to worries, feels something awful may happen, feel might lose control (2-3 symptoms); 1.5=Marked symptoms, (4-5 symptoms); 2=Severe symptoms for ? 4/7 days, severely keyed up or tense, unusually restless, difficulty concentrating due to worries, feel something awful may happen, feel might lose control ( 4-5 symptoms + motor agitation)
cmf_csIntegerRecommendedClinical status1::81=Recovered (2 moderate symptoms, 8 weeks); 2=Recovering (2 moderate symptoms, 8 weeks); 3=Prodromal (3 moderate symptoms after recovered); 4=Continued symptomatic (3 moderate symptoms without recovered); 5=Hypomania; 6=Mania; 7=Depression; 8=Mixed
cmf_psrFloatRecommendedPsychiatric status rating1::6Asymptomatic: 1=Remission (no mild or moderate symptoms); 1.5=Mild Symptoms (? 1 mild but no moderate symptoms); Subsyndromal Symptoms: 2=Residual Symptoms (? 2 moderate symptoms, minimal impairment); 3=Moderate Symptoms (? 3 moderate symptoms, moderate impairment); 4=Marked Symptoms (not definite criteria but major symptoms or major impairment); Syndromal Symptoms: 5=Definite Episode Criteria (without psychotic symptoms or extreme impairment); 6=Definite Episode Criteria Severe (with psychotic symptoms or extreme impairment)
cmf_relIntegerRecommendedClinical and psychiatric status rating reliability1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor
suic_ideationIntegerRecommendedHave you had any thoughts of wanting to die or kill yourself?0::50=None; 1=Wish to be dead; 2=Suicidal thoughts without method; 3=Suicidal thoughts with method; 4=Suicidal intent without specific plan; 5=Suicidal intent with specific plan and intentsuicide_ideation
suicide_attemptIntegerRecommendedHave you made any attempts to harm or kill yourself?0::70=None; 1=Unlikely damage; 2=Unlikely death; 3=Likely death; 4=Minor damage; 5=Moderate damage; 6=Moderately severe damage; 7=Severe damage
suicide_relIntegerRecommendedSuicidality rating reliability1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor
psychotic_delusionsIntegerRecommendedPsychotic delusional symptoms status0::10=False; 1=True
psychotic_hallucinationsIntegerRecommendedPsychotic hallucinatory symptoms status0::10=False; 1=True
psychotic_relIntegerRecommendedPsychosis reliability1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor
sub_caffeineFloatRecommendedHave you been drinking coffee or other caffeinated beverages?Cups of caffeine consumed per day: 1 cup = 6 oz coffee = 2.5 colas = 1/2 energy shot
sub_nicotineFloatRecommendedHave you been smoking cigarettes, cigars, a pipe, or chewing tobacco?Packs of cigarettes smoked per day: 1 pack = 20 cigarettes, 1 cigarette = 1 gram tobacco, 1 large cigar = 4 grams, 1 medium cigar = 2 grams, 1 small cigar = 1.5 grams, 1 pipe bowl = 2.5 grams, 1 can snuff = 30-40 grams, 1 pouch chewing tobacco = 70-80 grams
sub_alcohol_weekFloatRecommendedHave you been drinking alcohol? How many drinks per week?Alcoholic drinks consumed per week: 1 drink = 12 oz beer = 5 oz wine = 1.5 oz liquor
sub_alcohol_heavyFloatRecommendedHave you been drinking alcohol? How often have you had 5/4 (men/women) or more drinks per day?Number of heavy drinking episodes per week: for men, heavy drinking episode = 5 or more drinks per day; for women, heaving drinking episode = 4 or more drinks per day
sub_cannabisFloatRecommendedHave you been smoking marijuana or eating any products containing cannabis?Cannabis use times per week
sub_rx_stimulantFloatRecommendedHave you been using prescription drugs without a prescription or for reasons or in doses other than prescribed? For example, prescription stimulants like Ritalin, Adderall.Prescription stimulant misuse times per week
sub_rx_opioidFloatRecommendedHave you been using prescription drugs without a prescription or for reasons or in doses other than prescribed? For example, prescription opioids like Hydrocodone, Vicodin, OxyContin, Opana.Prescription opioid misuse times per week
sub_rx_anxiolyticFloatRecommendedHave you been using prescription drugs without a prescription or for reasons or in doses other than prescribed? For example, prescription anxiolytics or sleeping pills like Klonopin, Valium, Xanax.Prescription anxiolytic or sleeping pill misuse times per week
sub_cocaineFloatRecommendedHave you been using illegal drugs? For example, cocaine (coke, crack).Cocaine use times per week
sub_amphetamineFloatRecommendedHave you been using illegal drugs? For example, amphetmaines like speed, ice, molly, ectasy.Amphetmaine use times per week
sub_cathinoneFloatRecommendedHave you been using illegal drugs? For example, cathinones (bath salts).Cathinone use times per week
sub_hallucinogenFloatRecommendedHave you been using illegal drugs? For example, hallucinogens like LSD, mushrooms.Hallucinogen use times per week
sub_opioidFloatRecommendedHave you been using illegal drugs? For example, opioids like heroin, opium.Opioid use times per week
sub_pcpFloatRecommendedHave you been using illegal drugs? For example, PCP (angel dust).PCP use times per week
sub_ketamineFloatRecommendedHave you been using illegal drugs? For example, ketamine (special K).Ketamine (special K) use times per week
sub_relIntegerRecommendedSubstance use rating reliability1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor
evts_statIntegerRecommendedHave you experienced any major life events, either postive or negative, that might have impacted you?0::10=No;1=Yes
evts_workIntegerRecommendedAny change in your work situation? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_educationIntegerRecommendedAny changes in school or educational efforts? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_financeIntegerRecommendedAny changes in finances? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_healthIntegerRecommendedHave you experienced any major physical illness, injury, or accident? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_bereavementIntegerRecommendedHave you experienced the death or loss of a close friend or relative? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_housingIntegerRecommendedHave you had any changes in your housing situation? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_legalIntegerRecommendedHave you had any legal problems? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_familyIntegerRecommendedHave you had any major changes in your family situation? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_socialIntegerRecommendedHave you had any major changes in your relationships with your friends or other supports? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_relationalIntegerRecommendedHave you had any major changes in your dating, partner, or marital relationships? To what exent did it effect you?0::50=None; 1=Not at all; 2=A little bit; 3=Somewhat; 4=Quite a bit; 5=Very much so
evts_relIntegerRecommendedLife events rating reliability1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor
mi_bmi_statFloatRecommendedBMI in kg/msq
mi_mensesIntegerRecommendedMenses status0::10=False; 1=True
mi_relIntegerRecommendedMedical information rating reliability1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor
mht_psych_attFloatRecommendedFrequency of attending psychiatrist visitsTimes per week
mht_psych_missFloatRecommendedFrequency of missing psychiatrist visitsTimes per week
mht_ther_attFloatRecommendedFrequency of attending therapist visitsTimes per week
mht_ther_missFloatRecommendedFrequency of missing therapist visitsTimes per week
mht_supportIntegerRecommendedSupport group (e.g. DBSA, NAMI)0=No;1=Yes
mht_groupIntegerRecommendedGroup therapy0=No;1=Yes
mht_lightIntegerRecommendedLight therapy0=No;1=Yes
mht_ectIntegerRecommendedElectroconsulsive therapy0=No;1=Yes
mht_iopIntegerRecommendedIntensive outpatient treatment0=No;1=Yes
mht_residentialIntegerRecommendedResidential treatment0=No;1=Yes
mht_erIntegerRecommendedEmergency room visit0=No;1=Yes
mht_hospitalizationIntegerRecommendedHospitalization0=No;1=Yes
mht_relIntegerRecommendedMental health treatement rating reliability1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor
meds_type1IntegerRecommendedMedication 1 type1::191 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication_nameString255RecommendedName of medicationmeds_name1
meds_atcc1String500RecommendedMedication 1 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication1_dosageString50RecommendedFirst medication dosagemeds_dose1
meds_ddd1FloatRecommendedMedication 1 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence1FloatRecommendedMedication 1 percent adherence0::100
meds_type2IntegerRecommendedMedication 2 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication2_nameString100RecommendedName second medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;meds_name2
meds_atcc2String500RecommendedMedication 2 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication2_dosageString50RecommendedSecond medication dosagemeds_dose2
meds_ddd2FloatRecommendedMedication 2 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence2FloatRecommendedMedication 2 percent adherence0::100
meds_type3IntegerRecommendedMedication 3 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication3_nameString150RecommendedName third medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;meds_name3
meds_atcc3String500RecommendedMedication 3 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication3_dosageString50RecommendedThird medication dosagemeds_dose3
meds_ddd3FloatRecommendedMedication 3 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence3FloatRecommendedMedication 3 percent adherence0::100
meds_type4IntegerRecommendedMedication 4 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication4_nameString100RecommendedName fourth medication that the participant has taken999= Legitimately skipped;meds_name4
meds_atcc4String500RecommendedMedication 4 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication4_dosageString50RecommendedFourth medication dosagemeds_dose4
meds_ddd4FloatRecommendedMedication 4 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence4FloatRecommendedMedication 4 percent adherence0::100
meds_type5IntegerRecommendedMedication 5 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication5_nameString100RecommendedName fifth medication that the participant has takenmeds_name5
meds_atcc5String500RecommendedMedication 5 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication5_dosageString50RecommendedFifth medication dosagemeds_dose5
meds_ddd5FloatRecommendedMedication 5 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence5FloatRecommendedMedication 5 percent adherence0::100
meds_type6IntegerRecommendedMedication 6 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication6_nameString100RecommendedName sixth medication that the participant has takenmeds_name6
meds_atcc6String500RecommendedMedication 6 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication6_dosageString50RecommendedSixth medication dosagemeds_dose6
meds_ddd6FloatRecommendedMedication 6 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence6FloatRecommendedMedication 6 percent adherence0::100
meds_type7IntegerRecommendedMedication 7 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication7_nameString100RecommendedName seventh medication that the participant has takenmeds_name7
meds_atcc7String500RecommendedMedication 7 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication7_dosageString50RecommendedSeventh medication dosagemeds_dose7
meds_ddd7FloatRecommendedMedication 7 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence7FloatRecommendedMedication 7 percent adherence0::100
meds_type8IntegerRecommendedMedication 8 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication8_nameString100RecommendedName eighth medication that the participant has takenmeds_name8
meds_atcc8String500RecommendedMedication 8 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication8_dosageString50RecommendedEighth medication dosagemeds_dose8
meds_ddd8FloatRecommendedMedication 8 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence8FloatRecommendedMedication 8 percent adherence0::100
meds_type9IntegerRecommendedMedication 9 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication9_nameString100RecommendedName ninth medication that the participant has takenmeds_name9
meds_atcc9String500RecommendedMedication 9 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication9_dosageString50RecommendedNinth medication dosagemeds_dose9
meds_ddd9FloatRecommendedMedication 9 ATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence9FloatRecommendedMedication 9 percent adherence0::100
meds_type10IntegerRecommendedMedication 10 type1::201 = Mood Stabilizer, 2 = Antipsychotic-Atypical, 3 = Antipsychotic, 4 = Antidepressant-SSRI, 5 = Antidepressant-SNRI, 6 = Antidepressant, 7 = Antidepressant-NSMRI, 8 = Antidepressant-NSMOI, 9 = Antidepressant-MOAI, 10 = Antidepressant-MOBI, 11 = Anxiolytic, 12 = Anxiolytic-Benzo, 13 = Sedative-BenzoRelated, 14 = Sedative-Melatonin, 15 = Sedative-Benzo, 16 = Hormone, 17 = Antihypertensive, 18 = Stimulant, 19 = Supplement, 20 = Other
medication10_nameString100RecommendedName tenth medication that the participant has takenmeds_name10
meds_atcc10String500RecommendedMedication 10 Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical (ATC) code
medication10_dosageString50RecommendedTenth medication dosagemeds_dose10
meds_ddd10FloatRecommendedMedication 10cATC defined daily dose in milligrams
meds_adherence10FloatRecommendedMedication 10 percent adherence0::100
meds_relIntegerRecommendedMedications reliability1::51=Very good; 2=Good; 3=Fair; 4=Poor; 5=Very poor
subject_descriptionString4,000RecommendedSubject related information (e.g the affection, phenotype, disease information, etc.).
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Site
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
days_baselineIntegerRecommendedDays since baseline
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