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Measure of Parental Style

mops

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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
siteString100RecommendedSiteStudy Sitesiteid
visdayIntegerRecommendedNumber of days from study baseline to date of visitdate
weekFloatRecommendedWeek in level/study99=week 10-week 14
phaseIntegerRecommendedPhase9 =follow up
nodadIntegerRecommendedFather not present or no memories/experiences from which to assess the statements0;10=Unchecked;1=Checked
mops_f1IntegerRecommendedFather overprotective of me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf1
mops_f2IntegerRecommendedVerbally abusive Father0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf2
mops_f3IntegerRecommendedOver-controlling Father0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf3
mops_f4IntegerRecommendedFather-made me feel guilty0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf4
mops_f5IntegerRecommendedFather ignored me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf5
mops_f6IntegerRecommendedFather-Critical of me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf6
mops_f7IntegerRecommendedFather-unpredictable towards me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf7
mops_f8IntegerRecommendedUncaring Father0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf8
mops_f9IntegerRecommendedFather-physically violent or abusive of me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf9
mops_f10IntegerRecommendedRejecting Father0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf10
mops_f11IntegerRecommendedFather-left me on my own a lot0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf11
mops_f12IntegerRecommendedFather would forget about me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf12
mops_f13IntegerRecommendedUninterested Father0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf13
mops_f14IntegerRecommendedFather made me feel in danger0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf14
mops_f15IntegerRecommendedFather made me feel unsafe0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedf15
nomomIntegerRecommendedMother not present or no memories/experiences from which to assess the statements0;10=Unchecked;1=Checked
mops_m1IntegerRecommendedMother overprotective of me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm1
mops_m2IntegerRecommendedVerbally abusive Mother0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm2
mops_m3IntegerRecommendedOver-controlling Mother0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm3
mops_m4IntegerRecommendedMother-made me feel guilty0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm4
mops_m5IntegerRecommendedMother ignored me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm5
mops_m6IntegerRecommendedMother-Critical of me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm6
mops_m7IntegerRecommendedMother-unpredictable towards me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm7
mops_m8IntegerRecommendedUncaring Mother0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm8
mops_m9IntegerRecommendedMother-physically violent or abusive of me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm9
mops_m10IntegerRecommendedRejecting Mother0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm10
mops_m11IntegerRecommendedMother-left me on my own a lot0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm11
mops_m12IntegerRecommendedMother would forget about me0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm12
mops_m13IntegerRecommendedUninterested Mother0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm13
mops_m14IntegerRecommendedMother made me feel in danger0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm14
mops_m15IntegerRecommendedMother made me feel unsafe0::3;-70 = Not true at all;1 = Slightly true;2 = Moderately true;3 = Extremely true;-7=Refusedm15
mops_touchIntegerRecommendedSomeone tried to touch me in a sexual way, or tried tomake me touch them.1::51= Never True;2 = Rarely True;3 = Sometimes True;4 = Often True;5 = Very Often Truetouch
mops_threatIntegerRecommendedSomeone threatened to hurt me or tell lies about meunless I did something sexual with them.1::51= Never True;2 = Rarely True;3 = Sometimes True;4 = Often True;5 = Very Often Truethreat
mops_watchIntegerRecommendedSomeone tried to make me do sexual things or watch sexual things.1::51= Never True;2 = Rarely True;3 = Sometimes True;4 = Often True;5 = Very Often Truewatch
mops_molestIntegerRecommendedSomeone molested me.1::51= Never True;2 = Rarely True;3 = Sometimes True;4 = Often True;5 = Very Often Truemolest
mops_abusedIntegerRecommendedI believe that I was sexually abused.1::51= Never True;2 = Rarely True;3 = Sometimes True;4 = Often True;5 = Very Often Trueabused
mf_ocIntegerRecommendedMOPS paternal overcontrol
mf_abuseIntegerRecommendedMOPS paternal abuse
mf_indffIntegerRecommendedMOPS paternal indifference
mm_ocIntegerRecommendedMOPS maternal overcontrol
mm_abuseIntegerRecommendedMOPS maternal abuse
mm_indffIntegerRecommendedMOPS maternal indifference
msex_abuseIntegerRecommendedMOPS sexual abuse score
touch1IntegerRecommendedTOUCH -10::4
threat1IntegerRecommendedTHREAT -10::4
watch1IntegerRecommendedWATCH -10::4
mopsmoleIntegerRecommendedMOLEST -10::4
mopssaIntegerRecommendedABUSED -10::4
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