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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_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
moods_sr_q1IntegerRecommended1. ... you felt frustrated and defeated although you couldn't think of any reason for this?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q2IntegerRecommended2. ... you felt very nostalgic?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q3IntegerRecommended3. ... you felt very lonely?<br><i>Without any real loss of friends or loved ones.</i>0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q4IntegerRecommended4. ... you were serious, introverted or gloomy?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q5IntegerRecommended5. ... you felt very bored?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q6IntegerRecommended6. ... you were deeply annoyed with everything?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q7IntegerRecommended7. ... the littlest thing could make you sad?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q8IntegerRecommended8. ... you completely lost your capcity to laugh, have fun, enjoy your life?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q9IntegerRecommended9. ... you found it unusually hard to take rejections, particularly those involving friendships or romantic relationships?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q10IntegerRecommended10. ... you felt persistently sad or empty, blue, or down in the dumps?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q11IntegerRecommended11. ... you found yourself crying very easily?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q12IntegerRecommended12. ... you were constantly complaining?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q13IntegerRecommended13. ... you felt purposeless, as if everything had lost its significance?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q14IntegerRecommended14. ... you lost interest in how you looked?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q15IntegerRecommended15. ... nothing you put on looked or felt right?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q16IntegerRecommended16. ... your mood became depressed when you had some sort of medical problem such as the flu or a cold?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q17IntegerRecommended17. ... your mood became depressed when you took medications (that are not prescribed to change one's mood), such as antibiotics, contraceptives, or steroids?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never taken such medications.
moods_sr_q18IntegerRecommended18. ... your mood became depressed when you took medications (that are not prescribed to change one's mood), such as antibiotics, contraceptives, or steroids?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never taken such medications.
moods_sr_q19IntegerRecommended19. ... your mood became depressed within a month of stopping any of these substances?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never taken such medications.
moods_sr_q20IntegerRecommended20. ... your mood became depressed as a result of using alcohol, sleeping pills, anti-anxiety drugs, nicotine, caffeine, stimulants or similar substances even though you took them in order to feel better?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never taken such medications.
moods_sr_q21IntegerRecommended21. ... you lost interest and pleasure in your social life and you preffered spending most of your time alone, withdrawing from your family and friends?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q22IntegerRecommended22. ... you lost interest in making new friends or you found it difficult to make new friends?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q23IntegerRecommended23. ... you lost interest in your romantic life?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q24IntegerRecommended24. Are you the kind of person who always had a very limited romantic life?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q25IntegerRecommended25. ... you lost interest in your hobbies or in playing games or sports?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q26IntegerRecommended26. ... you felt indifferent about everything (either positive or negative) that happened to you or your family0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q27IntegerRecommended27. ... you lost interest or pleasure in all or almost all the things you usually enjoyed?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q28IntegerRecommended28. If you answered YES to any one of the questions from 1 to 27, were you ever seriously impaired, worried, or troubled by what was happening to you?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I did not answer YES to any of the above questions
moods_sr_q29IntegerRecommended29. ... you felt persistently good or high?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q30IntegerRecommended30. ... you (or others) found that your sense of humor and irony were very acute?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q31IntegerRecommended31. ... even the smallest thing could make you very enthusiastic?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q32IntegerRecommended32. ... you liked to make puns or plays on words?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q33IntegerRecommended33. ... you liked to make a lot of jokes (even ones that might have been inappropriate or out of place)?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q34IntegerRecommended34. ... you were intrusive, insulting, or tactless, or others thought that you were?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q35IntegerRecommended35. ... you found it very pleasurable and easy to buy things, even things you didn't need?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q36IntegerRecommended36. ... you gave lots of presents, even when you really couldn't afford them?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q37IntegerRecommended37. ... you were arm, extroverted and sociable and it was very easy to introduce yourself to others or to make new friends?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q38IntegerRecommended38. ... you were the kind of person to whom others were attracted because of your confidence, enthusiasm and energy?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q39IntegerRecommended39. ... you did a lot of entertaining, either at home or in restaurants?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q40IntegerRecommended40. ... you enjoyed being the center of attention or were particularly seductive or flirtatious, as if you were playing a role?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q41IntegerRecommended41. ... you had a particularly intense romantic life?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q42IntegerRecommended42. Are you the kind of person who has always had an intense romantic life?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q43IntegerRecommended43. ... you wore clothing or a hairstyle that was dramatic, extravagant, very high fashion or very unusual?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q44IntegerRecommended44. ... you were full of plans or got involved in many projects, jumping from one activity to another?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q45IntegerRecommended45. ... you had difficulty saying "no" to business or social opportunities, even when you knew you did not have time for them?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q46_aIntegerRecommendedyou frequently (that is, more frequently than is common for your friends or acquaintances) changed a) your job?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q46_bIntegerRecommendedyou frequently (that is, more frequently than is common for your friends or acquaintances) changed b) your place of residence0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q46_cIntegerRecommendedyou frequently (that is, more frequently than is common for your friends or acquaintances) changed c) your friends?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q46_dIntegerRecommendedyou frequently (that is, more frequently than is common for your friends or acquaintances) changed d) your favorite sports or hobbies0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q46IntegerRecommendedThis question is to verify that you are paying attention. Did you answer any of the preceding four questions (46a-d) "Yes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q47IntegerRecommended47. ... you found it very pleasurable and exciting to get involved in dangerous, risky, challenging or emotionally intense activites?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q48IntegerRecommended48. ... you tended to do the opposite of what people wanted you to do or to play the devil's advocate?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q49IntegerRecommended49. ... your mood changed rapidly from happy to sad and back again?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q50IntegerRecommended50. ... you felt like crying and laughing at the same time?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q51_aIntegerRecommendeda) even the smallest thing could make you very irritable?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q51_bIntegerRecommendedb) you found that you were particularly critical or sarcastic?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q51_cIntegerRecommendedc) you had great difficulty seeing others' points of view?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q51_dIntegerRecommendedd) you were unusually argumentative or showed unusual hostility?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q51IntegerRecommendedThis question is to verify that you are paying attention. Did you answer any of the preceding four questions (51a-d) "Yes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q52_aIntegerRecommendeda) you felt that you really need to even the score?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q52_bIntegerRecommendedb) you found yourself shouting at people or starting arguments or fights even over minor matters?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q52IntegerRecommendedThis question is to verify that you are paying attention. Did you answer any of the preceding two questions (52a and 52b) "Yes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q53IntegerRecommended53. ... your mood became irritable or elevated when you had a medical problem such as the flu or a cold?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q54IntegerRecommended54. ... your mood became irritable or elevated when you took medications (that are not prescribed to change one's mood), such as antibiotics, contraceptives, or steroids?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never taken such medications.
moods_sr_q55IntegerRecommended55. ... your mood became irritable or elevated when you were abusing (and clearly in relation to) alcohol, sedatives, hypnotics, anxiolytics, other substances, or within a month of withdrawal?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never taken such subtances.
moods_sr_q56IntegerRecommended56. ... your mood became even more irritable or elevated when you increased your use of alcohol, edatives, nicotine, caffeine, stimulants and similar substances and you were already irritable or high?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never taken such subtances.
moods_sr_q57IntegerRecommended57. If you answered YES to any of the questions from 29 to 56, were you ever seriously impaired, worried or troubled by what was happening to you?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I did not answer YES to any of the above questions
moods_sr_q58IntegerRecommended58. ... you had difficulty starting to do anything?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q59IntegerRecommended59. ... you felt physically "slowed down," as if every moment was in slow motion?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q60IntegerRecommended60. ... your speech or thinking seemed slowed down?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q61IntegerRecommended61. ... you experienced time as passing very slowly, hanging heavy?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q62IntegerRecommended62. ... you felt passive, sluggish, and failed to take care of your usual commitments and responsibilties?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q63IntegerRecommended63. ... you had a lot of trouble getting out of bed in the morning?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q64IntegerRecommended64. ... you had difficulty taking care of yourself (for example, you showered less, wore the same clothes, did not put on make-up or shave)?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q65IntegerRecommended65. ... you felt fatigued, weak, or tired as though the smallest task (for instance, washing your face or filling the sugar bowl) was an effort and required a great deal of energy?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q66IntegerRecommended66. ... even though you had no energy, you found it difficult to sit still or to lie down, or you needed to pace the room or to be constantly in motion?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q67IntegerRecommended67. If you answered YES to any of the questions from 58 to 66, were you ever seriously impaired,worried or troubled by what was happening to you?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I did not answer YES to any of the above questions
moods_sr_q68IntegerRecommended68. ... you felt an irresistible urge to communicate by phone calls, letters, emails or faxes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q69IntegerRecommended69. ... you felt a strong desire to reconnect with people you hadn't seen or spoken with for a long time?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q70IntegerRecommended70. ... you were overly talkative, spoke rapidly and loudly, or were difficult to interrupt or had little regard for others' wishes to speak?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q71IntegerRecommended71. ... you were so noisy that others complained (for instance, you kept your radio or television very loud)?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q72IntegerRecommended72. ... you felt that your ideas came and went unusually easily, as if your thoughts were racing?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q73IntegerRecommended73. ... you had so many thoughts and ideas all at once that you found it difficult to express them?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q74IntegerRecommended74. ... you found your interst shifting frequently from one thing to another and were easily distracted so that, for example, it was hard to finish a newspaper or magazine article or to watch a television program from beginning to end?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q75IntegerRecommended75. ... you spent a lot of time on social, political or religious causes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q76IntegerRecommended76. ... you were very assertive?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q77IntegerRecommended77. ... you felt vigorous, much livelier than usual and full of energy?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q78IntegerRecommended78. ... you were very impatient?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q79IntegerRecommended79. ... you were constantly active and had the pleasant sensation of never getting tired and your energy was so high that it exhausted or irritated others?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q80IntegerRecommended80. If you answered YES to any of the questions 68 to 79, were you ever seriously impaired, worried or troubled by what was happening to you?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I did not answer YES to any of the above questions
moods_sr_q81IntegerRecommended81. ... you were hypercritical or skeptical about all the things that people ordinarily value in life?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q82IntegerRecommended82. ... you were preoccupied with yourself and your own problems, thoughts and feelings?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q83IntegerRecommended83. ... you felt very vulnerable, or you were constantly afraid of doing something wrong?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q84IntegerRecommended84. ... you were disappointed in yourself, you felt useless, as if you were without any talent and you couyldn't do anything right?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q85IntegerRecommended85. ... you felt as if your body were diseased or somehow transformed?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q86IntegerRecommended86. ... you were very preoccupied with money even though you didn't have any real financial problems?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q87IntegerRecommended87. ... you felt a strong need to take refuge in religion or prayer?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q88IntegerRecommended88. ... you had problems with your emory such as finding the right word or remembering things that should have been easy to remember? <i>Note: Not due to medications or a physical illness.0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q89IntegerRecommended89. ... your housework, child care or your performance at school, work, sports or hobbies deteriorated? <i>Note: Not due to medications or a physical illness.0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q90IntegerRecommended90. ... you had difficulty making even minor decisions (such as what clothes to wear, what household task to do first)? <i>Note: Not due to medications or a physical illness.0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q91IntegerRecommended91. ... you had a lot of trouble thinking or concentrating, such as trouble taking part in a discussion, reading, writing, doing math, following a television program, newspaper or magazine article? <i>Note: Not due to medications or a physical illness.0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q92IntegerRecommended92. ... you felt mentally dull or confused? <i>Note: Not due to medications or a physical illness.0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q93_aIntegerRecommendeda) you thought you should be blamed even for problems that others were experiencing?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q93_bIntegerRecommendedb) you felt you couldn't possibly do enough for your family, employer, co-workers, etc?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q93_cIntegerRecommendedc) you thought a lot about things in the past that you wished you had done differently?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q93_dIntegerRecommendedd) you thought you should be punished for all the wrong things you had done?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q93IntegerRecommendedThis question is to verify that you are paying attention. Did you answer any of the preceding four questions (93a-d) "Yes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q94IntegerRecommended94. ... you felt as if others were causing all of your problems?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q95_aIntegerRecommendeda) you thought that everybody accused and hated you?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q95_bIntegerRecommendedb) you felt as if everybody was looking at you?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q95_cIntegerRecommendedc) you thought you were being persecuted or that you were wanted by the police?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q95IntegerRecommendedThis question is to verify that you are paying attention. Did you answer any of the preceding three questions (95a-c) "Yes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q96IntegerRecommended96. ... you felt as if everyone was talking about you?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q97IntegerRecommended97. ... you heard voices speaking against you, or voices that were hostile to you or swore at you?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q98IntegerRecommended98. If you heard voices, did you hear those voices clearly?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I did not hear voices.
moods_sr_q99IntegerRecommended99. ... you thought there was nothing you could do to change the way things were going or you saw the future as very bleak?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q100IntegerRecommended100. ... you felt as if you would like to run away from your current life, for example, by getting on the highway and driving away or just getting on a bus or a plane with no destination in mind?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q101IntegerRecommended101. ... you used sleep as an escape?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q102IntegerRecommended102. ... you thought that life was not worth living?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q103IntegerRecommended103. ... you hoped that you would not wake up in the morning, or that you would die in an accident or from something like a heart attack or a stroke?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q104IntegerRecommended104. ... you wanted to die or hurt yourself?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q105IntegerRecommended105. ... If you felt that you wanted to die, did you have a specific plan to hurt or kill yourself?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I never wanted to die.
moods_sr_q106IntegerRecommended106. Did you actually try to kill yourself?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q107IntegerRecommended107. If you tried to kill yourself, did you require medical attention?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I never tried to kill myself.
moods_sr_q108IntegerRecommended108. If you answered YES to any of the questions from 81 to 107, were you ever seriously impaired, worried or troubled by what was happening to you?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I did not answer YES to any of the above questions
moods_sr_q109IntegerRecommended109. ... you (or others) thought you were very artistic and creative?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q110IntegerRecommended110. ... you had bursts of inspiration or creativity (for instance, rapidly and easily wrote prose or poetry or composed music, painted,sculpted, or did other crafts)?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q111IntegerRecommended111. ... you were particularly sensitive to the forms and harmony in nature?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q112IntegerRecommended112. ... you were overly curious and interested in everything and everybody?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q113IntegerRecommended113. ... your housework, child care or your performance at school, work, sports or hobbies improved a lot?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q114IntegerRecommended114. ... you felt really good about how you looked?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q115IntegerRecommended115. ... you felt you were mentally very sharp, brilliant and clever?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q116IntegerRecommended116. ... you felt self-assured, charismatic or tended to assume a leadership role?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q117IntegerRecommended117. ... you felt you were always right, incapable of making mistakes and indifferent to criticism?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q118IntegerRecommended118. ... you thought that you could make medicisions for others because you knew their thoughts, intentions, or wishes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q119IntegerRecommended119. ... you felt unappreciated because others did not understand or share your optimistic or imaginative ideas?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q120IntegerRecommended120. ... you had unusually high self-esteem, feelings of superiority or unrealistic ideas that you had amazing abilties, talents, knowledge or powers?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q121IntegerRecommended121. ... you felt particularly strong and invulnerable, resistant to illnesses and accidents?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q122IntegerRecommended122. ... you were unusually spiritual or mystical?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q123IntegerRecommended123. ... you felt you had direct access to the truth, could see the grand scheme of things, understand the meaning of existence?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q124IntegerRecommended124. ... you heard voices that inspired or praised you?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q125IntegerRecommended125. ... you were (or other people judged you to be) irresponsible?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q126IntegerRecommended126. ... you made very important decisions (such as selling or buying a house or car, or changing jobs) extremely rapidly?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q127_aIntegerRecommendedyou did things such as: a) spending too much money?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q127_bIntegerRecommendedyou did things such as: b) driving recklessly or speeding?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q127_cIntegerRecommendedyou did things such as: c) making foolish business decisions?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q127IntegerRecommendedThis question is to verify that you are paying attention. Did you answer any of the preceding three questions (127a-c) "Yes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q128IntegerRecommended128. ... you tended to ignore everyday rules and social etiquette or engaged in illegal activities?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q129IntegerRecommended129. ... you had mystical experiences or visions?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q130IntegerRecommended130. ... you felt like you had ESP?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q131IntegerRecommended131. If you answered YES to any of the questions from 109 to 130, were you ever seriously impaired,worried or troubled by what was happening to you?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I did not answer YES to any of the above questions
moods_sr_q132IntegerRecommended132. ... it was difficult (that is, more difficult than is common for your friends or acquaintances) for you to work or be productive in the early morning?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q133IntegerRecommended133. ... it was difficult (that is, more difficult than is common for your friends or acquaintances) for you to work or be productive in the evening or night?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q134IntegerRecommended134. ... you became irritable or had difficulty functioning if your daily routine was disrupted (for istance, if you had to get up, eat or work at a time that wasn't usual for you?)0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q135IntegerRecommended135. ... you found that your mood, energy, interest and efficiency improved if you were in a regular routine?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I did not answer YES to any of the above questions
moods_sr_q136IntegerRecommended136. ... if for some reason, you get much less sleep than is normal for you, you found that you actually had more energy rather than less the next day? <i>Note: Do not count travel across time zones in response to this question</i>.0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q137_aIntegerRecommendedAre you the kind of person whose mood, energy and physical well-being change a) in a dependable way in response to the waether (for example, when it is sunny, rainy, humid or cold)?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q137_bIntegerRecommendedAre you the kind of person whose mood, energy and physical well-being change b) in a specific season of the year or with the change of seasons?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q137_cIntegerRecommendedAre you the kind of person whose mood, energy and physical well-being change c) when you travel across more than 4 time zones?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never traveled across more than 4 time zones.
moods_sr_q137_dIntegerRecommendedAre you the kind of person whose mood, energy and physical well-being change d) over the course of your menstrual cycle?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never had mentsrual cycles.
moods_sr_q137IntegerRecommendedThis question is to verify that you are paying attention. Did you answer any of the preceding four questions (137a-d) "Yes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q138IntegerRecommended138. ... you felt sleepy all the time? <i>Note: Not due to work schedules.</i>0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q139IntegerRecommended139. ... you repeatedly had difficulty falling asleep? <i>Note: Not due to work schedules.</i>0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q140IntegerRecommended140. ... you repeatedly woke up in the middle of the night and had difficulty falling asleep again?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q141IntegerRecommended141. ... you repeatedly woke up much earlier than you wanted to, and were unable to go back to sleep? <i>Note: Not due to work schedules.</i>0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q142IntegerRecommended142. ... you needed much more sleep than usual either at night or during the day? <i>Note: Not due to work schedules.</i>0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q143IntegerRecommended143. ... you went for days without sleeping or with much less sleep than usual but didn't feel tired?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q144IntegerRecommended144. Do you have a lot of difficulty sleeping before or after stimulating physical, social, or professional activities (such as a vacation or a trip, or starting a new school year or a new work assignment)?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q145IntegerRecommended145. Does the quality of your sleep or your need for sleep increase in a particular season of the year or during the change of seasons?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q146IntegerRecommended146. Does the quality of your sleep or your need for sleep increase when you travel across at least 4 time zones?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never traveled across more than 4 time zones.
moods_sr_q147IntegerRecommended147. Does the quality of your sleep or your need for sleep decrease when you travel across at least 4 time zones?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= , I have never traveled across more than 4 time zones.
moods_sr_q148IntegerRecommended148. Does the quality of your sleep or your need for sleep increase over the course of the menstrual cycle?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never had mentsrual cycles.
moods_sr_q149IntegerRecommended149. Does the quality of your sleep or your need for sleep decrease over the course of the menstrual cycle?0;1;90= No; 1= Yes; 9= I have never had mentsrual cycles.
moods_sr_q150IntegerRecommended150. ... there was no food that appealed to you or tasted good o you?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q151IntegerRecommended151. ... you constantly craved sweets or carbohydrates?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q152IntegerRecommended152. ... your appetite or weight increased?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q153IntegerRecommended153. ... your appetite or weight decreased?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q154IntegerRecommended154. ...you were less sexually active than is typical for you?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q155IntegerRecommended155. ... you had difficulty becoming sexually aroused?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q156IntegerRecommended156. ... you had difficulty achieving orgasm?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q157IntegerRecommended157. ... you were more interested in sex?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q158IntegerRecommended158. ... you frequently changed sexual partners?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q159_aIntegerRecommendedyou repeatedly had distressing physical symptoms, for instance: a) frequent headaches?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q159_bIntegerRecommendedyou repeatedly had distressing physical symptoms, for instance: b) your mouth felt dry?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q159_cIntegerRecommendedyou repeatedly had distressing physical symptoms, for instance: c) you were constipated?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q159_dIntegerRecommendedyou repeatedly had distressing physical symptoms, for instance: d) you had nausea or other stomach or bowel problems?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q159IntegerRecommendedThis question is to verify that you are paying attention. Did you answer any of the preceding four questions (159a-d) "Yes?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q160IntegerRecommended160. ... you were more sensitive or less sensitive than usual to heat, cold or pain?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_q161IntegerRecommended161. If you answered YES to any of the questions from 132 to 160, were you ever seriously impaired, worried or troubled by what was happening to you?0::10= No; 1= Yes
moods_sr_depfIntegerRecommendedF1 = Depressive Mood(mean([moods_sr_q1],[moods_sr_q2],[moods_sr_q3],[moods_sr_q4],[moods_sr_q5],[moods_sr_q6],[moods_sr_q7],[moods_sr_q8],[moods_sr_q9],[moods_sr_q10],[moods_sr_q11],[moods_sr_q12],[moods_sr_q13],[moods_sr_q14],[moods_sr_q15],[moods_sr_q21],[moods_sr_q22],[moods_sr_q23],[moods_sr_q25],[moods_sr_q26],[moods_sr_q27],[moods_sr_q84]))*22
moods_sr_psy_retfIntegerRecommendedF2 = Psychomotor Retardation(mean([moods_sr_q58],[moods_sr_q59],[moods_sr_q60],[moods_sr_q61],[moods_sr_q62],[moods_sr_q63],[moods_sr_q64],[moods_sr_q65],[moods_sr_q89],[moods_sr_q90],[moods_sr_q91],[moods_sr_q92],[moods_sr_q101],[moods_sr_q132]))*14
moods_sr_suicidfIntegerRecommendedF3 = Suicidality(mean([moods_sr_q102],[moods_sr_q103],[moods_sr_q104],[moods_sr_q105],[moods_sr_q106],[moods_sr_q107]))*6
moods_sr_drugfIntegerRecommendedF4 = Drug Illness-Related Depression(mean([moods_sr_q16],[moods_sr_q17],[moods_sr_q18],[moods_sr_q19],[moods_sr_q20]))*5
moods_sr_psy_sympfIntegerRecommendedF5 = Psychotic Symptoms(mean([moods_sr_q83],[moods_sr_q93],[moods_sr_q94],[moods_sr_q95],[moods_sr_q96],[moods_sr_q97]))*6
moods_sr_neur_sympfIntegerRecommendedF6 = Nurovegetative Symptoms(mean([moods_sr_q138],[moods_sr_q139],[moods_sr_q140],[moods_sr_q141],[moods_sr_q142],[moods_sr_q151],[moods_sr_q152],[moods_sr_q153],[moods_sr_q154],[moods_sr_q155]))*10
moods_sr_psy_actfIntegerRecommendedF7 = Psychomotor Activation(mean([moods_sr_q68],[moods_sr_q69],[moods_sr_q70],[moods_sr_q71],[moods_sr_q72],[moods_sr_q73],[moods_sr_q74],[moods_sr_q76],[moods_sr_q77],[moods_sr_q78],[moods_sr_q79],[moods_sr_q125],[moods_sr_q136],[moods_sr_q143]))*14
moods_sr_createfIntegerRecommendedF8 = Creativity(mean([moods_sr_q44],[moods_sr_q75],[moods_sr_q109],[moods_sr_q110],[moods_sr_q111],[moods_sr_q112],[moods_sr_q113],[moods_sr_q114],[moods_sr_q115],[moods_sr_q116]))*10
moods_sr_mix_instfIntegerRecommendedF9 = Mixed Instability(mean([moods_sr_q46],[moods_sr_q47],(if([moods_sr_q55]=1,1,0)),(if([moods_sr_q56]=1,1,0)),[moods_sr_q126],[moods_sr_q128],[moods_sr_q157],[moods_sr_q158]))*8
moods_sr_socialfIntegerRecommendedF10 = Sociability / Extraversion(mean([moods_sr_q37],[moods_sr_q38],[moods_sr_q39],[moods_sr_q40],[moods_sr_q41],[moods_sr_q42],[moods_sr_q43]))*7
moods_sr_spiritfIntegerRecommendedF11 = Spirituality / Mysticism(mean([moods_sr_q120],[moods_sr_q121],[moods_sr_q122],[moods_sr_q123],[moods_sr_q124],[moods_sr_q129],[moods_sr_q130]))*7
moods_sr_mix_irrfIntegerRecommendedF12 = Mixed Irritability(mean([moods_sr_q49],[moods_sr_q50],[moods_sr_q51],[moods_sr_q53],(if([moods_sr_q54]=1,1,0)),[moods_sr_q134],[moods_sr_q160]))*7
moods_sr_inflatfIntegerRecommendedF13 = Inflated Self-Esteem(mean([moods_sr_q34],[moods_sr_q48],[moods_sr_q52],[moods_sr_q117],[moods_sr_q118],[moods_sr_q119]))*6
moods_sr_euphorfIntegerRecommendedF14 = Euphoria(mean([moods_sr_q29],[moods_sr_q30],[moods_sr_q31],[moods_sr_q32],[moods_sr_q33]))*5
moods_sr_wastefIntegerRecommendedF15 = Wastefulness / Recklessness(mean([moods_sr_q35],[moods_sr_q36],[moods_sr_q45],[moods_sr_q127]))*4
moods_sr_mood_depIntegerRecommendedMood depressive score(mean([moods_sr_q1],[moods_sr_q2],[moods_sr_q3],[moods_sr_q4],[moods_sr_q5],[moods_sr_q6],[moods_sr_q7],[moods_sr_q8],[moods_sr_q9],[moods_sr_q10],[moods_sr_q11],[moods_sr_q12],[moods_sr_q13],[moods_sr_q14],[moods_sr_q15],[moods_sr_q16],[moods_sr_q17],[moods_sr_q18],[moods_sr_q19],[moods_sr_q20],[moods_sr_q21],[moods_sr_q22],[moods_sr_q23],[moods_sr_q24],[moods_sr_q25],[moods_sr_q26],[moods_sr_q27]))*27
moods_sr_mood_manIntegerRecommendedMood manic score(mean([moods_sr_q29],[moods_sr_q30],[moods_sr_q31],[moods_sr_q32],[moods_sr_q33],[moods_sr_q34],[moods_sr_q35],[moods_sr_q36],[moods_sr_q37],[moods_sr_q38],[moods_sr_q39],[moods_sr_q40],[moods_sr_q41],[moods_sr_q42],[moods_sr_q43],[moods_sr_q44],[moods_sr_q45],[moods_sr_q46],[moods_sr_q47],[moods_sr_q48],[moods_sr_q49],[moods_sr_q50],[moods_sr_q51],[moods_sr_q52],[moods_sr_q53],[moods_sr_q54],[moods_sr_q55],[moods_sr_q56]))*28
moods_sr_mood_enerdepIntegerRecommendedEnergy depressive score(mean([moods_sr_q58],[moods_sr_q59],[moods_sr_q60],[moods_sr_q61],[moods_sr_q62],[moods_sr_q63],[moods_sr_q64],[moods_sr_q65],[moods_sr_q66]))*9
moods_sr_mood_enermanIntegerRecommendedEnergy manic score(mean([moods_sr_q68],[moods_sr_q69],[moods_sr_q70],[moods_sr_q71],[moods_sr_q72],[moods_sr_q73],[moods_sr_q74],[moods_sr_q75],[moods_sr_q76],[moods_sr_q77],[moods_sr_q78],[moods_sr_q79]))*12
moods_sr_mood_cogdepIntegerRecommendedCognition depressive score(mean([moods_sr_q81],[moods_sr_q82],[moods_sr_q83],[moods_sr_q84],[moods_sr_q85],[moods_sr_q86],[moods_sr_q87],[moods_sr_q88],[moods_sr_q89],[moods_sr_q90],[moods_sr_q91],[moods_sr_q92],[moods_sr_q93],[moods_sr_q94],[moods_sr_q95],[moods_sr_q96],[moods_sr_q97],[moods_sr_q98],[moods_sr_q99],[moods_sr_q100],[moods_sr_q101],[moods_sr_q102],[moods_sr_q103],[moods_sr_q104],[moods_sr_q105],[moods_sr_q106],[moods_sr_q107]))*27
moods_sr_mood_cogmanIntegerRecommendedCognition manic score(mean([moods_sr_q109],[moods_sr_q110],[moods_sr_q111],[moods_sr_q112],[moods_sr_q113],[moods_sr_q114],[moods_sr_q115],[moods_sr_q116],[moods_sr_q117],[moods_sr_q118],[moods_sr_q119],[moods_sr_q120],[moods_sr_q121],[moods_sr_q122],[moods_sr_q123],[moods_sr_q124],[moods_sr_q125],[moods_sr_q126],[moods_sr_q127],[moods_sr_q128],[moods_sr_q129],[moods_sr_q130]))*22
moods_sr_mood_rhythmIntegerRecommendedRhytmicity score(mean([moods_sr_q132],[moods_sr_q133],[moods_sr_q134],[moods_sr_q135],[moods_sr_q136],[moods_sr_q137],[moods_sr_q138],[moods_sr_q139],[moods_sr_q140],[moods_sr_q141],[moods_sr_q142],[moods_sr_q143],[moods_sr_q144],[moods_sr_q145],[moods_sr_q146],[moods_sr_q147],[moods_sr_q148],[moods_sr_q149],[moods_sr_q150],[moods_sr_q151],[moods_sr_q152],[moods_sr_q153],[moods_sr_q154],[moods_sr_q155],[moods_sr_q156],[moods_sr_q157],[moods_sr_q158],[moods_sr_q159],[moods_sr_q160]))*29
moods_sr_mood_totalIntegerRecommendedMOODS total score(mean([moods_sr_q1],[moods_sr_q2],[moods_sr_q3],[moods_sr_q4],[moods_sr_q5],[moods_sr_q6],[moods_sr_q7],[moods_sr_q8],[moods_sr_q9],[moods_sr_q10],[moods_sr_q11],[moods_sr_q12],[moods_sr_q13],[moods_sr_q14],[moods_sr_q15],[moods_sr_q16],[moods_sr_q17],[moods_sr_q18],[moods_sr_q19],[moods_sr_q20],[moods_sr_q21],[moods_sr_q22],[moods_sr_q23],[moods_sr_q24],[moods_sr_q25],[moods_sr_q26],[moods_sr_q27],[moods_sr_q29],[moods_sr_q30],[moods_sr_q31],[moods_sr_q32],[moods_sr_q33],[moods_sr_q34],[moods_sr_q35],[moods_sr_q36],[moods_sr_q37],[moods_sr_q38],[moods_sr_q39],[moods_sr_q40],[moods_sr_q41],[moods_sr_q42],[moods_sr_q43],[moods_sr_q44],[moods_sr_q45],[moods_sr_q46],[moods_sr_q47],[moods_sr_q48],[moods_sr_q49],[moods_sr_q50],[moods_sr_q51],[moods_sr_q52],[moods_sr_q53],[moods_sr_q54],[moods_sr_q55],[moods_sr_q56],[moods_sr_q58],[moods_sr_q59],[moods_sr_q60],[moods_sr_q61],[moods_sr_q62],[moods_sr_q63],[moods_sr_q64],[moods_sr_q65],[moods_sr_q66],[moods_sr_q68],[moods_sr_q69],[moods_sr_q70],[moods_sr_q71],[moods_sr_q72],[moods_sr_q73],[moods_sr_q74],[moods_sr_q75],[moods_sr_q76],[moods_sr_q77],[moods_sr_q78],[moods_sr_q79],[moods_sr_q81],[moods_sr_q82],[moods_sr_q83],[moods_sr_q84],[moods_sr_q85],[moods_sr_q86],[moods_sr_q87],[moods_sr_q88],[moods_sr_q89],[moods_sr_q90],[moods_sr_q91],[moods_sr_q92],[moods_sr_q93],[moods_sr_q94],[moods_sr_q95],[moods_sr_q96],[moods_sr_q97],[moods_sr_q98],[moods_sr_q99],[moods_sr_q100],[moods_sr_q101],[moods_sr_q102],[moods_sr_q103],[moods_sr_q104],[moods_sr_q105],[moods_sr_q106],[moods_sr_q107],[moods_sr_q109],[moods_sr_q110],[moods_sr_q111],[moods_sr_q112],[moods_sr_q113],[moods_sr_q114],[moods_sr_q115],[moods_sr_q116],[moods_sr_q117],[moods_sr_q118],[moods_sr_q119],[moods_sr_q120],[moods_sr_q121],[moods_sr_q122],[moods_sr_q123],[moods_sr_q124],[moods_sr_q125],[moods_sr_q126],[moods_sr_q127],[moods_sr_q128],[moods_sr_q129],[moods_sr_q130],[moods_sr_q132],[moods_sr_q133],[moods_sr_q134],[moods_sr_q135],[moods_sr_q136],[moods_sr_q137],[moods_sr_q138],[moods_sr_q139],[moods_sr_q140],[moods_sr_q141],[moods_sr_q142],[moods_sr_q143],[moods_sr_q144],[moods_sr_q145],[moods_sr_q146],[moods_sr_q147],[moods_sr_q148],[moods_sr_q149],[moods_sr_q150],[moods_sr_q151],[moods_sr_q152],[moods_sr_q153],[moods_sr_q154],[moods_sr_q155],[moods_sr_q156],[moods_sr_q157],[moods_sr_q158],[moods_sr_q159],[moods_sr_q160]))*154
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