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Moods and Feelings 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/projectpid
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
mfqc1_1IntegerRecommendedChild: I felt miserable or unhappy Parent: She/he felt miserable or unhappy.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq01, mfqp1_1
mfqc1_2IntegerRecommendedChild: I didn't enjoy anything at all Parent: S/he didn't enjoy anything at all.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq02, mfqp1_2
mfqc1_3IntegerRecommendedChild: I was less hungry than usual Parent: S/he was less hungry than usual.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq03, mfqp1_3
mfqc1_4IntegerRecommendedChild: I ate more than usual Parent: S/he ate more than usual.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq04, mfqp1_4
mfqc1_5IntegerRecommendedChild: I felt so tired I just sat around and did nothing Parent: S/he felt so tired s/he just sat around and did nothing.S/he was moving and walking more slowly than usual.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq05, mfqp1_5
mfqc1_6IntegerRecommendedChild: I was moving and walking more slowly than usual Parent: S/he was moving and walking more slowly than usual.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq06, mfqp1_6
mfqc2_1IntegerRecommendedChild: I was very restless Parent: S/he was very restless.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq07, mfqc2_7, mfqp2_1, mfqp2_7
mfqc2_2IntegerRecommendedChild: I felt I was no good anymore Parent: S/he felt s/he was no good anymore.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq08, mfqc2_8, mfqp2_2, mfqp2_8
mfqc2_3IntegerRecommendedChild: I sometimes blamed myself for things that were not my fault. Parent: S/he blamed her/himself for things that weren't his/her fault.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq09, mfqc2_9, mfqp2_3, mfqp2_9
mfqc2_4IntegerRecommendedChild: It was hard for me to make up my mind. Parent: It was hard for her/him to make up her/his mind.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq10, mfqc2_10, mfqp2_10, mfqp2_4
mfqc2_5IntegerRecommendedChild: I felt grumpy and cross with my parents. Parent: S/he felt grumpy and cross with you.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq11, mfqc2_11, mfqp2_11, mfqp2_5
mfqc2_6IntegerRecommendedChild: I felt like talking less than usual. Parent: S/he felt like talking less than usual.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq12, mfqc2_12, mfqp2_12, mfqp2_6
mfqc3_1IntegerRecommendedChild: I was talking more slowly than usual. Parent: S/he was talking more slowly than usual.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq13, mfqc3_13, mfqp3_1, mfqp3_13
mfqc3_2IntegerRecommendedChild: I cried a lot. Parent: S/he cried a lot.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq14, mfqc3_14, mfqp3_14, mfqp3_2
mfqc3_3IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought there was nothing good for me in the future. Parent: S/he thought there was nothing good for her/him in the future.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq15, mfqc3_15, mfqp3_15, mfqp3_3
mfqc3_4IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought that life wasn't worth living. Parent: S/he thought that life wasn't worth living.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq16, mfqc3_16, mfqp3_16, mfqp3_4
mfqc3_5IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought about death or dying. Parent: S/he thought about death or dying.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq17, mfqc3_17, mfqp3_17, mfqp3_5
mfqc3_6IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought my family would be better off without me. Parent: S/he thought his/her family would be better off without her/him.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq18, mfqc3_18, mfqp3_18, mfqp3_6
mfqc4_1IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought about killing myself. Parent: S/he though about kilingl her/himself.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq19, mfqc4_19, mfqp4_1, mfqp4_19
mfqc4_2IntegerRecommendedChild: I didn't want to see my friends. Parent: S/he didn't want to see her/his friends.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq20, mfqc4_20, mfqp4_2, mfqp4_20
mfqc4_3IntegerRecommendedChild: I found it hard to think properly or concentrate. Parent: S/he found it hard to think properly or concentrate.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq21, mfqc4_21, mfqp4_21, mfqp4_3
mfqc4_4IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought bad things would happen to me. Parent: S/he thought about bad things would happen to her/him.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq22, mfqc4_22, mfqp4_22, mfqp4_4
mfqc4_5IntegerRecommendedChild: I hated myself. Parent: S/he hated him/herself.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq23, mfqc4_23, mfqp4_23, mfqp4_5
mfqc4_6IntegerRecommendedChild: I felt I was a bad person. Parent: S/he felt s/he was a bad person.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq24, mfqc4_24, mfqp4_24, mfqp4_6
mfqc5_1IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought I looked ugly. Parent: S/he thought s/he looked ugly.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq25, mfqc5_25, mfqp5_1, mfqp5_25
mfqc5_2IntegerRecommendedChild: I was worried about aches and pains. Parent: S/he worried about aches and pains.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq26, mfqc5_26, mfqp5_2, mfqp5_26
mfqc5_3IntegerRecommendedChild: I felt lonely. Parent: S/he felt lonley.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq27, mfqc5_27, mfqp5_27, mfqp5_3
mfqc5_4IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought nobody really loved me. Parent: S/he thought nobody really loved her/him.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq28, mfqc5_28, mfqp5_28, mfqp5_4
mfqc5_5IntegerRecommendedChild: I didn't have any fun at school. Parent: S/he didn't have any fun at school.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq29, mfqc5_29, mfqp5_29, mfqp5_5
mfqc6_1IntegerRecommendedChild: I thought I could never be as good as other kids. Parent: S/he thought s/he could never be as good as other kids.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq30, mfqc6_30, mfqp6_1, mfqp6_30
mfqc6_2IntegerRecommendedChild: I did everything wrong. Parent: S/he felt s/he did everything wrong.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq31, mfqc6_31, mfqp6_2, mfqp6_31
mfqc6_3IntegerRecommendedChild: I didn't sleep as well as I usually sleep. Parent: S/he didn't sleep as well as s/he usually sleeps.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq32, mfqc6_32, mfqp6_3, mfqp6_32
mfqc6_4IntegerRecommendedChild: I slept a lot more than usual. Parent: S/he slept a lot more than usual.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq33, mfqc6_33, mfqp6_33, mfqp6_4
mfqc6_5IntegerRecommendedChild: I was not as happy as usual even when praised or rewarded. Parent: S/he wasn't as happy as usual, even when you praised or rewarded her/him.1::3;-99;77;881= Not True; 2=Sometimes; 3=True ; -99= N/A ; 77= Refused ; 88= Missingmfq34, mfqc6_34, mfqp6_34, mfqp6_5
mfqtotIntegerRecommendedMFQ Total Score
respondentString20RecommendedRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
whomfq
respond_detailIntegerRecommendedRespondent detail1::8;9991 = Mother; 2 = Father; 3 = Other relative or custodial adult; 4 = Teacher or caregiver; 5 = Other specialist; 6 = Other; 7 = Child; 8= Spouse; 999 = Not availablenfmfq
respond_detail_oth_specString255RecommendedRespondent detailsnfomfq
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visit
visdayIntegerRecommendedNumber of days from study baseline to date of visit
imputationIntegerRecommendedIndicator noting imputed data set number1::20
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