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PROMIS Self- and Proxy-Reported Health

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Emotional Distress and Pediatric: Anger, Anxiety, Depression

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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
version_formString100RequiredForm usedformid
pp_anger_1IntegerRecommendedP. I was irritated more than people knew/C. I felt mad0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredpc_ang_1
pp_anger_2IntegerRecommendedP. I felt angry/C. I felt upset0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredpc_ang_2
pp_anger_3IntegerRecommendedP. I felt like I was ready to explode/C. I felt fed up0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredpc_ang_3
pp_anger_4IntegerRecommendedP. I was grouchy/C. I was so angry I felt like throwing something0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredpc_ang_4
pp_anger_5IntegerRecommendedP. I felt annoyed/C. I was so angry I felt like yelling at somebody0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredpc_ang_5
pc_ang_6IntegerRecommendedC. When I got mad I stayed mad0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answered
pp_anger_total_scoreIntegerRecommendedAnger LORIS Total0::24pc_ang_total
anger_rawIntegerRecommendedAnger NIH Total0::25
anger_tscoreIntegerRecommendedAnger NIH T-scorepc_ang_tscore
pp_anxiety_1IntegerRecommendedP. I felt fearful/C. I thought about scary things0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredanxiety_1, pc_anx_5
pp_anxiety_2IntegerRecommendedP. I found it hard to focus on anything other than my anxiety/C. I felt scared0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredanxiety_2, pc_anx_2
pp_anxiety_3IntegerRecommendedP. My worries overwhelmed me/C. I felt worried0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredanxiety_3, pc_anx_3
pp_anxiety_4IntegerRecommendedP. I felt uneasy/C. I felt like something awful might happen0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredanxiety_4, pc_anx_4
pp_anxiety_5IntegerRecommendedP./C. I felt nervous0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredanxiety_5, pc_anx_1
pp_anxiety_6IntegerRecommendedP. I felt like I needed help for my anxiety/C. I was afraid that I would make mistakes0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredanxiety_6, pc_anx_6
pc_anx_7IntegerRecommendedC. I worried about what could happen to me0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredanxiety_7
pc_anx_8IntegerRecommendedC. I worried when I went to bed at night0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answeredanxiety_8
pp_anxiety_total_scoreIntegerRecommendedAnxiety LORIS Total0::32pc_anx_total
anxiety_rawIntegerRecommendedAnxiety NIH Total0::30anxiety_score
anxiety_tscoreIntegerRecommendedAnxiety NIH T-scoreanxiety_conversion_score, pc_anx_tscore
pp_depression_1IntegerRecommendedP. /C. I felt worthless0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answereddepression_1, pc_dep_1
pp_depression_2IntegerRecommendedP. /C. I felt helpless0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answereddepression_2, pc_dep_2
pp_depression_3IntegerRecommendedP. /C. I felt depressed0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answereddepression_3, pc_dep_3
pp_depression_4IntegerRecommendedP. /C. I felt hopeless0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answereddepression_4, pc_dep_4
pp_depression_5IntegerRecommendedP. /C. I felt like a failure0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answereddepression_5, pc_dep_5
pp_depression_6IntegerRecommendedP. /C. I felt unhappy0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answereddepression_6, pc_dep_6
pp_depression_7IntegerRecommendedP. /C. I felt that I had nothing to look forward to0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answereddepression_7, pc_dep_7
pp_depression_8IntegerRecommendedP. /C. I felt that nothing could cheer me up0::4; 9990= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always; 999= Not Answereddepression_8, pc_dep_8
pp_depression_total_scoreIntegerRecommendedDepression LORIS Total0::32pc_dep_total
depression_rawIntegerRecommendedDepression NIH Total0::40depression_score
depression_tscoreIntegerRecommendedDepression NIH T-scoredepression_conversion_score, pc_depression_tscore
respondIntegerRecommendedRespondent1::4;9991 = Parent; 2 = Teacher; 3=Self; 4= Other; 999 = Not available
respondent_other_specifyString50RecommendedRespondent: Other (specify)
visitString50RecommendedVisit nameCharacter description of each type of visittpid
depression_9IntegerRecommendedHave you had thoughts that you would be better off dead or of hurting yourself in some way
pain_1IntegerRecommendedHow much did pain interfere with your day-to-day activities?0::40= Never; 1= Rarely; 2= Sometimes; 3= Often; 4= Always
pain_2IntegerRecommendedHow much did pain interfere with work around the home?0::40= Not at all; 1= A little bit; 2= Somewhat; 3= Quite a bit; 4= Very Much
pain_3IntegerRecommendedHow much did pain interfere with your ability to participate in social activities?0::40= Not at all; 1= A little bit; 2= Somewhat; 3= Quite a bit; 4= Very Much
pain_4IntegerRecommendedHow much did pain interfere with your enjoyment of life?0::40= Not at all; 1= A little bit; 2= Somewhat; 3= Quite a bit; 4= Very Much
pain_5IntegerRecommendedHow much did pain interfere with the things you usually do for fun?0::40= Not at all; 1= A little bit; 2= Somewhat; 3= Quite a bit; 4= Very Much
pain_6IntegerRecommendedHow much did pain interfere with your enjoyment of social activities?0::40= Not at all; 1= A little bit; 2= Somewhat; 3= Quite a bit; 4= Very Much
pain_7IntegerRecommendedHow much did pain interfere with your household chores?0::40= Not at all; 1= A little bit; 2= Somewhat; 3= Quite a bit; 4= Very Much
pain_8IntegerRecommendedHow much did pain interfere with your family life?0::40= Not at all; 1= A little bit; 2= Somewhat; 3= Quite a bit; 4= Very Much
pain_scoreIntegerRecommendedPain NIH total0::40= Not at all; 1= A little bit; 2= Somewhat; 3= Quite a bit; 4= Very Much
pain_rateIntegerRecommendedHow would you rate your pain on average?
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