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Life Skills Profile

lsp39

01

Life Skills Profile. Black Dog Institute

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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
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
group_trIntegerRecommendedtreatment or control group1::31=neurocognitive rehab; 2=Control therapy; 3=control no treatment group
slfcarIntegerRecommendedLife skills self-care score: sum of scores for items 10,12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 23, 24, 26, 30
nonturIntegerRecommendedlife skills assassment non-turbulence score. sum of Q's 5,6,25,27,28,29,32,34,35,36,37&38.
socconIntegerRecommendedlife skills assessment social contact scrore. sum of Q's 3,4,20,21,22&39.
commuIntegerRecommendedlife skills assessment communication score. sum of Q's 1,2,7,8,9&11.
responIntegerRecommendedlife skills assessment responsibility score. sum of scores for Q's 17,18,19,31&33.
totallifeIntegerRecommendedlife skills assessment total score.
lsp_1IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally have any difficulty with initiating and responding to conversation1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_2IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally intrude or burst in on others conversation (e.g. interrupts you when you are talking)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_3IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally withdraw from social contact1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_4IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally show warmth to others?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_5IntegerRecommendedIs this person generally angry or prickly towards others?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_6IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally take offence readily1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_7IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally make eye contact with others when in conversation?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_8IntegerRecommendedIs it generally difficult to understand this person because of the way he or she speaks (e.g. jumbled, garbled or disordered)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_9IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally talk about odd or strange ideas?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_10IntegerRecommendedIs this person generally well groomed (e.g., neatly dressed, hair combed)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_11IntegerRecommendedIs this persons appearance (facial appearance, gestures) generally appropriate to his or her surroundings?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_12IntegerRecommendedDoes this person wash himself or herself without reminding?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_13IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally have an offensive smell (e.g. due to body, breath or clothes)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_14IntegerRecommendedDoes this person wear clean clothes generally, or ensure they are cleaned if dirty?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_15IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally neglect his or her physical health?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_16IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally maintain an adequate diet?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_17IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally look after and take her or his own prescribed medication (or attend for prescribed injections on time) without reminding?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_18IntegerRecommendedIs this person willing to take psychiatric medication when prescribed by a doctor?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_19IntegerRecommendedDoes this person co-operate with health services (e.g. doctors and/or other health workers)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_20IntegerRecommendedIs this person generally inactive (e.g. spends most of the time sitting or standing around doing nothing)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_21IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally have definite interests (e.g. hobbies, sports, activities) in which he or she is involved regularly?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_22IntegerRecommendedDoes this person attend any social organisation (e.g. church, club or interest group but excluding psychiatric therapy groups)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_23IntegerRecommendedCan this person generally prepare (if needed) her or his own food/meals?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_24IntegerRecommendedCan this person generally budget (if needed) to live within his or her means?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_25IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally have problems (e.g. friction, avoidance) living with others in the household?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_26IntegerRecommendedWhat sort of work is this person generally capable of (even if unemployed, retired or doing unpaid domestic duties)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_27IntegerRecommendedDoes this person behave recklessly (e.g. ignoring traffic when crossing the road)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_28IntegerRecommendedDoes this person destroy property?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_29IntegerRecommendedDoes this person behave offensively (includes sexual behaviour)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_30IntegerRecommendedDoes this person have habits or behaviours that most people find unsociable (e.g. spitting, leaving lighted cigarette butts around, messing up the toilet, messy eating)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_31IntegerRecommendedDoes this person lose personal property?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_32IntegerRecommendedDoes this person invade others space (rooms, personal belongings)?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_33IntegerRecommendedDoes this person take things which are not his or hers?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_34IntegerRecommendedIs this person violent to others?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_35IntegerRecommendedIs this person violent to him or her self?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_36IntegerRecommendedDoes this person get into trouble with the police?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_37IntegerRecommendedDoes this person abuse alcohol or drugs?1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_38IntegerRecommendedDoes this person behave irresponsibly1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
lsp_39IntegerRecommendedDoes this person generally make and/or keep up friendships1::41=Never; 2=Rarely; 3=Usually; 4=Always
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