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Peds - FIGS Family History Int. Genetic Studies Yr1

peds_figs_yr1

01

Pediatric MRI - Family History Interview for Genetics Studies (FIGS) for Year 1 as defined by the Pediatric MRI Project

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotesAliases
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*Unique_ID
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/projectSubject_ID
timepoint_labelString5RequiredTimepoint/visit label
age_days_dov_to_dobIntegerRecommendedAge in days at Visit (DoV-DoB), same as age of scan if obtainedAge_Days_Date_of_Visit_to_DOB
age_days_doa_to_dobIntegerRecommendedAge in days obtained by subtracting the date of birth from the date of testFIGS_Y1_Age_Days_DOA_to_DOB
admin_statusString20RecommendedInstrument administration statusComplete;Partial;Not Administered;Not ApplicableFIGS_Y1_Administration_Status
respondentString20RecommendedRespondent
Mother;Father;Both; Child; Other; Parent
FIGS_Y1_Respondent
respondent_otherString50RecommendedFIGS Y1: Respondent other than mother or fatherFIGS_Y1_Respondent_Other
adhd_combined_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder - combined type (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_ADHD_Combined_Diagnosis
adhd_hyperactive_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder - hyperactive/impulsive type (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_ADHD_Hyperactive_Diagnosis
adhd_inattentive_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder - inattentive type (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_ADHD_Inattentive_Diagnosis
alcohol_abuse_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Alcohol abuse disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Alcohol_Abuse_Diagnosis
alcohol_dependence_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Alcohol dependence disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Alcohol_Dependence_Diagnosis
antisocial_prsnlty_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y3: Antisocial personality disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_AntiSocial_Personality_Diagnosis
chronic_depression_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Chronic major depressive disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Chronic_Depression_Diagnosis
drug_abuse_sub1_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Drug substance abuse - first reported substance (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Drug_Abuse_Substance1_Diagnosis
drug_abuse_sub2_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Drug substance abuse - second reported substance (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Drug_Abuse_Substance2_Diagnosis
drug_abuse_sub3_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Drug substance abuse - third reported substance (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Drug_Abuse_Substance3_Diagnosis
drug_abuse_sub4_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Drug substance abuse - fourth reported substance (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Drug_Abuse_Substance4_Diagnosis
drug_abuse_sub5_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Drug substance abuse - fifth reported substance (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Drug_Abuse_Substance5_Diagnosis
drug_abuse_sub6_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Drug substance abuse - sixth reported substance (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Drug_Abuse_Substance6_Diagnosis
major_depression_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Major depressive disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Major_Depression_Diagnosis
mania_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Bipolar disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Mania_Diagnosis
nicotine_dependence_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Nicotine dependence (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Nicotine_Dependence_Diagnosis
ocd_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Obsessive compulsive disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_OCD_Diagnosis
paranoid_personality_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Paranoid personality disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Paranoid_Personality_Diagnosis
pdd_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y3: Pervasive developmental disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Pervasive_Developmental_Disorder_Diagnosis
psychotic_depression_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Major depressive disorder with psychosis (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Psychotic_Depression_Diagnosis
psychotic_mania_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Bipolar disorder with psychosis (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Psychotic_Mania_Diagnosis
recurrent_depression_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Recurrent major depressive disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Recurrent_Depression_Diagnosis
schizoid_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Schizoid personality disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Schizoid_Diagnosis
schizophrenia_diagnosisString10RecommendedSchizophrenia (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;Y; NKN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives; NK=not knownFIGS_Y1_Schizophrenia_Diagnosis
schizotypal_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Schizotypal personality disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Schizotypal_Diagnosis
tic_motor_chronic_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Chronic motor tic disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Tic_Motor_Chronic_Diagnosis
tic_motor_transient_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Transient motor tic disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Tic_Motor_Transient_Diagnosis
tic_vocal_chronic_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Chronic vocal tic disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Tic_Vocal_Chronic_Diagnosis
tic_vocal_transient_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Transient vocal tic disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Tic_Vocal_Transient_Diagnosis
tourettes_diagnosisString10RecommendedFIGS Y1: Tourette's disorder (N=no diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y=positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relatives)N;YN = No diagnosis for any first degree relative; Y = Positive lifetime diagnosis for one or more first degree relativesFIGS_Y1_Tourettes_Diagnosis
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